Eventually all things are known. And few matter.
The public is always relieved to find that once the chief officers of state are elected they do not sincerely want change.
Half of the American people have never read a newspaper. Half never voted for President. One hopes it is the same half.
Each youth betrays considerable anxiety about the wedding night ahead.
Capote I truly loathed. The way you might loathe an animal. A filthy animal that has found its way into the house.
Even a child could see the division between what the Galileans [i.e., Christians] say they believe and what, in fact, they do believe, as demonstrated by their actions. A religion of brotherhood and mildness which daily murders those who disagree with its doctrines can only be thought hypocrite, or worse.