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"Even the most piddling life is of momentous consequence to its owner." James Wolcott
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"It seems not to have been written. It is the quintessence of life. It is the basic truth." Brooks Atkinson
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"There is no such thing in anyone's life as an unimportant day." Alexander Woollcott
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"There is one thing that matters -- to set a chime of words tinkling in the minds of a few fastidious people." Logan Pearsall Smith
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"Art can only be truly art by presenting an adequate outward symbol of some fact in the interior life." Margaret Fuller
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"No publication is a staple of life. It's not bread and water. You have to make it noteworthy in people's minds and even in their hands as they're holding it." Timothy White
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"His style has the desperate jauntiness of an orchestra fiddling away for dear life on a sinking ship." Edmund Wilson
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"She was a woman attempting to make some sense of, and get some satisfaction from, a life that seemed to have no more logic than a roulette wheel." Vincent Canby
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"Not a shred of evidence exists in favor of the idea that life is serious." Brendan Gill
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Birth: 1809-02-12 Death: 1865-04-15

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Often known as "Honest Abe," or "the Great Emancipator," Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States. Embroiled in a Civil War for much of his presidency, Lincoln was staunchly opposed to the expansion of slavery. During his administration he also broadly expanded the powers of the presidency, going so far as to personally direct the war effort and forcing the eventual surrender of the Confederacy. His leadership abilities and his political skills have had a lasting impact on U.S. politics and the presidency itself. He not only ended slavery, but brought about Westward …



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