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This is one of the grandest sentences in the history of criticism. It gives endlessly. It should be in every review, article, and book on literature, or, indeed, any other subject. Its author is William Dean Howells.
'For once he has done a certain sort of thing, but if he were to do that sort of thing again, it would be less novel in effect than the sort of thing that other men have always been doing.'
For some reason, violence against cats has long been tolerated in cartoons.
'Zeppelin Attacks the "Fortifications" of Ipswich,' by Sidney Strube, 19 January 1915, in the Daily Express.