James Payn Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by James Payn

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James Payn quotes: And what holds good of verse holds infinitely better in respect to prose. And what holds good of verse holds infinitely better in respect to prose.
James Payn quotes: Nature of course is the best guide in the matter of choosing a pursuit. Nature of course is the best guide in the matter of choosing a pursuit.
James Payn quotes: In England, literary pretence is more universal than elsewhere from our method of education. In England, literary pretence is more universal than elsewhere from our method of education.
James Payn quotes: Nor, in our own country, must we fail to take notice of the establishment of School Boards. Nor, in our own country, must we fail to take notice of the establishment of School Boards.
James Payn quotes: For my part, I do not much believe in the predilections of boyhood. For my part, I do not much believe in the predilections of boyhood.
James Payn quotes: One forgives the critic - perhaps - but never the good-natured friend. One forgives the critic - perhaps - but never the good-natured friend.