William Shedd - From the Criticism category:
- Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers, 1895...
The piecemeal criticism which, like the fly, scans only the edge of a plinth in the great edifice upon which it crawls, disappears under a criticism that is all-comprehending and all-surveying. (William Shedd)
William Shedd - From the Discipline category:
There is just now a great clamor and demand for 'culture' but it is not so much culture that is needed as discipline. (William Shedd)
William Shedd - From the Risk category:
A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for. (William Shedd)