who, as Arnold relates, "with equanimity surveys
Lustre of goodness, strife of passion, sloth
Of ignorance, not angry if they are,
Not wishful when they are not ... who sits
A sojourner and stranger in their midst
Unruffled, standing off, saying—serene—
When troubles break, 'These be the Qualities!'"
|Around the World in Eighty Days||Phileas Fogg||Verne|
|A Gentleman in Moscow||Alexander Rostov||Towles|
|Knight Without Armour||Ainsely Fothergill||Hilton|
|Leave it to Psmith||Ronald Psmith||Wodehouse|
|A Man in Full||Conrad Hensley||Wolfe|
See also Descriptive book titles that obviate the need to read the book.
/misc | Aug 26, 2020
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