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CHARLES MORGAN
British novelist and dramatist
(1894 - 1958)
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All enchantments die; only cowards die with them.
      - [Cowardice]

As knowledge increases, wonder deepens.
      - [Knowledge]

What poetical suicides and sublime despair might have been prevented by a timely dose of blue pill, or the offer of a loge aux Italiens!
      - [Suicide]

Since the death of Lord Sparkenbroke, tourists from Chelmouth who would formerly have been content to wander through the corridors of his great house, gazing at its treasures and listening to the mechanical chatter of the guides, have added the church and the churchyard to their pilgrimage, for in the churchyard stands the Sparkenbroke Mound, an open, grassy sepulchre of a type familiar in Wales but rare so far east as Dorset, and through its iron-barred gate Lord Sparkenbroke's coffin may be seen among those of his ancestors.
      - Sparkenbroke (book 1, ch. 1)
        [Books (First Lines)]

On an afternoon of January 1915, a small train dragged itself across the flat Dutch countryside in the neighbourhood of Bodegraven, carrying a group of English officers under guard.
      - The Fountain [Books (First Lines)]


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