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Johnson, Samuel (1823). The Adventurer. From

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The most comprehensive collection of Samuel Johnson quotations on the web. Over 1,800 quotes from Samuel Johnson (1709-1784), one of the most quoted men of the 18th century.

Johnson, Samuel (1811) Johnson Idler essays. Durell's Edition. New York.

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Linton Kwesi Johnson has been running his own record label, LKJ Records, since 1981. He has worked in journalism and still regularly tours around the world with the Dennis Bovell Dub Band. He is also a Trustee of the George Padmore Institute. In 2003 Johnson was bestowed with an honorary fellowship from his alma mater, Goldsmiths College.

Boswell, James (1787/1992). Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. London: David Campbell.

His entries were helter-skelter but it made since to him and they were to be a great resource to him when he turned to formal writing in his later years.

Burgess, Anthony (1993). The dictionary makers. Wilson Quarterly 17, 104–10.

Humphreys, 1912), and his (London: Nelson, 1908).

("Its short Lives of great men and the admonition 'Do thou likewise,' was a favorite Victorian schoolprize.") In addition to , I happen to have Smiles' (1857), and his (1903).

He met Johnson in 1763 and made yearly visits to London to see him.

books and chapbooks include Penury, River Antes, Commons, DURA, and Under Flag, winner of the Multicultural Publisher’s Exchange Award.
She has received fellowships and honors from the Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Gertrude Stein Awards for Innovative North American Poetry, and the Fund for Poetry. Kim is Professor of English at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York.

Two of his works that might be read with profit are: and .

I picked up Seldes' (Ballantine, 1985) at an airport just before flying off on a vacation; I took notes, and on my return I followed up on the original works, good works, - a sea of good works, over which I have shaped my course.

(For samples of Carlyle's writing see his essay, "" and ".")

is a Bangladeshi poet, essayist and translator whose books include Published in the Streets of Dhaka: Collected Poems, Pariah and Other Poems and, just out, The Triumph of the Snake Goddess. He is professor of English at Dhaka University and the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh.

the conflict and establishing a lasting peace in Europe.

In his work, most likely his most recent and last, , Seldes gives his views as a a reporter who had interviewed a number of the movers and shakers of the early 20th century, including: Trotsky, Einstein, Freud, Lenin, Shaw, Roosevelt, Hover, Tito, and Mussolini (New York: Ballantine, 1987).

in an instant all my dislike vanished.

(Steele never did have the continuing good fortune that Addison had in his career.) Steele ran in to some political difficulty later in his career and the living of a writer in those days (and maybe yet today) was very much dependant on the patronage of the rich and the powerful.