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But the eighteenth century, on the whole, loathed melancholy.
– George Saintsbury
Reality in our century is not something to be faced.
– Graham Greene
Polygraphs have sparked a fierce debate for at least a century.
– Bill Dedman
I’ve studied the lives of the 20th century’s great businessmen and concluded self-confidence was instrumental in all their success.
– Alex Spanos
The real passion of the twentieth century is servitude.
– Albert Camus
The poetry from the eighteenth century was prose; the prose from the seventeenth century was poetry.
– David Hare
Widespread caffeine use explains a lot about the twentieth century.
– Greg Egan
The universities of the 21st century are going to be the smokestacks of the century.
– Gordon Gee
At the turn of the century theatre does not have to be prescriptive.
– Edward Bond
The spirt of 1916 is as relevant and inspiring today as it was a century ago.
– Martin McGuinness
Any team can have a bad century.
– Jack Brickhouse
Towards the end of the eighteenth century the industrial-financial revolution began.
– Ralph Adams Cram
Ragtime was a fanfare for the 20th century.
– Russell Lynes
Stanley Kubrick is one of the geniuses of this century.
– Roberto Benigni
It was not till toward the end of the thirteenth century that the prose romances began to appear.
– Thomas Bulfinch