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By John Bartlett

First released in 1855, BARTLETT'S standard QUOTATIONS has been thoroughly up-to-date and revised for the 17th version through Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Justin Kaplan. This seventeenth version, lower than Kaplan's correct path, comprises over 20,000 quotations, representing 2,500 authors, ninety of whom are new to BARTLETT'S. New comers comprise invoice Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Tony Kushner, Tammy Wynette, Margaret Atwood, Mary Oliver, Maya Angelou, Frank O'Hara, Martin Amis, Kingsley Amis, mom Teresa, Jacques Cousteau, Rudolph Giuliani, Alfred Hitchcock, L. M. Montgomery, Eric Ambler, Jerry Seinfeld, J.K. Rowling, Katharine Graham, and Emma Goldman. With quotations awarded in chronological order, within the well-known BARTLETT'S culture, BARTLETT'S provides the reader an enormous landscape of the area, from the traditional Egyptians to the most recent motion picture, from the inspirational and the attractive to the sardonic and the downright humorous.

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Pseudonym of William Sydney Porter], 1862–1910 Henry, Patrick, 1736–1799 1st PASS PAGES 674 836 832 458 837 460 571 630 753 410 833 628 834 376 416 740 390 805 442 760 812 770 527 126 333 431 754 594 162 127 139 825 295 626 352 Heraclitus, c. 540–c. C. Herbert, Sir Alan Patrick, 1890–1971 Herbert, George, 1593–1633 NOTE 60, 61, 83, 86, 107, 111, 126, 144, 148, 149, 160 Herbert, Zbigniew, 1924–1998 Herman, Henry, 1832–1894 Herodotus, c. 485–c. C. NOTE 250 Herr, Michael, 1940– Herrick, Robert, 1591–1674 NOTE 102, 110, 206 Herriman, George [Joseph], 1880–1944 Hersey, John, 1914–1993 Herzen, Alexander Ivanovich, 1812–1870 Hesiod, c.

D.? Longworth, Alice [Lee] Roosevelt, 1884–1980 Loos, Anita, 1893–1981 Lorca, Federico García. See García Lorca Louis XIV, 1638–1715 Louis XVIII, 1755–1824 Louis, Joe [Joseph Louis Borrow], 1914–1981 Love Songs of the New Kingdom, c. C. D. C. NOTE 54 Lumière, Auguste, 1862–1954 Luther, Martin, 1483–1546 Luxemburg, Rosa, 1870–1919 Lycurgus, fl. C. NOTE 71 Lydgate, John, c. 1370–c. 1451 NOTE 127 Lyell, Sir Charles, 1797–1875 Lyly, John, c. 1554–1606 NOTE 79, 86, 88, 90, 146, 148, 149, 160 Lynd, Helen Merrell, 1896–1982 Lynd, Robert S[taughton], 1892–1970 Lyte, Henry Francis, 1793–1847 Lyttelton, George, Lord, 1709–1773 Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton, Baron.

61–c. D. 46–120 NOTE 84, 92, 103, 104, 108, 224 Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809–1849 NOTE 478 Poem of the Cid, 12th century Poincaré, Jules Henri, 1854–1912 Polanyi, Michael, 1891–1976 Polybius, c. 200–c. C. C. Ponting, Herbert George, 1871–1935 Pope, Alexander, 1688–1744 NOTE 52, 86, 155, 160, 162, 165, 167, 202, 266, 283, 285, 311 Poquelin, Jean Baptiste. See Molière 1st PASS PAGES 356 654 647 821 303 381 323 678 441 614 827 76 86 108 114 117 584 111 477 126 603 732 88 297 337 91 657 308 Porter, Cole [Albert], 1891–1964 Porter, Horace, 1837–1921 Porter, William Sydney.

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