The New York Times Quotes

Top 3 wise famous quotes and sayings by The New York Times

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The New York Times quotes: Mr. Lehrer's muse is not fettered by such inhibiting factors as taste. Mr. Lehrer's muse is not fettered by such inhibiting factors as taste.
The New York Times quotes: [about Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises] His characters are as shallow as the saucers in which they stack their daily emotions. [about Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises] His characters are as shallow as the saucers in which they stack their daily emotions.
The New York Times quotes: wreck but Trot Nixon's fair ball nestled in his glove. wreck but Trot Nixon's fair ball nestled in his glove.