My Favorite Quotes
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 George H. Lewes - “To imagine - to form an image - we must have the numerous relations of things present to the mind, and see the objects in their actual order.”
 George H. Lewes - “The superiority of one mind over another depends on the rapidity with which experiences are thus organised.”
 George H. Lewes - “The public can only be really moved by what is genuine.”
 George H. Lewes - “The delusions of self-love cannot be prevented, but intellectual misconceptions as to the means of achieving success may be corrected.”
 George H. Lewes - “Speak for yourself and from yourself, or be silent.”
 George H. Lewes - “Sincerity is not only effective and honourable, it is also much less difficult than is commonly supposed.”
 George H. Lewes - “Science is not addressed to poets.”
 George H. Lewes - “Philosophy and Art both render the invisible visible by imagination.”
 George H. Lewes - “Originality is independence, not rebellion it is sincerity, not antagonism.”
 George H. Lewes - “No man was ever eloquent by trying to be eloquent, but only by being so.”
 George H. Lewes - “Language, after all, is only the use of symbols, and Art also can only affect us through symbols.”
 George H. Lewes - “Insincerity is always weakness sincerity even in error is strength.”
 George H. Lewes - “Insight is the first condition of Art.”
 George H. Lewes - “Imagination is not the exclusive appanage of artists, but belongs in varying degrees to all men.”
 George H. Lewes - “Genius is rarely able to give any account of its own processes.”
 George H. Lewes - “Books have become our dearest companions, yielding exquisite delights and inspiring lofty aims.”
 George H. Lewes - “All great authors are seers.”
 George H. Lewes - “A man may be variously accomplished, and yet be a feeble poet.”
 George H. Lewes - “In complex trains of thought signs are indispensable.”
 George H. Lewes - “Sincerity is moral truth.”
 George H. Lewes - “Books minister to our knowledge, to our guidance, and to our delight, by their truth, their uprightness, and their art.”
 George H. Lewes - “It is not enough that a man has clearness of Vision, and reliance on Sincerity, he must also have the art of Expression, or he will remain obscure.”
 George H. Lewes - “Good writers are of necessity rare.”
 George H. Lewes - “Ordinary men live among marvels and feel no wonder, grow familiar with objects and learn nothing new about them.”
 George H. Lewes - “The object of Literature is to instruct, to animate, or to amuse.”

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