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    Quotations

    William Cory, the schoolmaster-poet, gave his views on the purpose of education in his paper Eton Reform II. "At school you are engaged not...
    The taste for mere size is not merely more vulgar; it is also more backward and barbaric. It is all the difference between Rembrandt...

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    Heraclitus by William Cory

    The schoolmaster-poet William Cory wrote this restrained and moving translation of Callimachus's elegy to his friend Heraclitus. They told me, Heraclitus, they told me you...

    How to stop procrastinating

    Do you need to stop procrastinating NOW? Are you panicking over a looming deadline, but you somehow can't bring yourself to focus and stop checking...

    My business is my baby

    "It's my baby!", the new business owner cries. Of course it is. They are pouring their heart and soul and energy into it. They brought...