Somehow history had not gone according to plan.

"At this point Eton has:

For Thee, who mindful &c: as above.

If chance that e'er some pensive Spirit more,
By sympathetic Musings here delay'd,
With vain, tho' kind, Enquiry shall explore
Thy once-loved Haunt, this long-deserted Shade.
The first of these lines refers back to the second of the rejected stanzas (see n). These two repetitive stanzas, which G[ray]. was to compress into one, are close to T. Warton, Pleasures of Melancholy 17-21, where Contemplation is invoked as follows: 'O lead me, queen sublime, to solemn glooms / Congenial with my soul; to cheerless shades, / To ruin's seats, to twilight cells and bow'rs, / Where thoughtful melancholy loves to muse, / Her fav'rite midnight haunts.'"

For the Works Cited format for a play, see .

However, this ode has some significant differences to the other odes that he has written.

~Adlai Stevenson, quoted in Ronald D.

~Olin Miller (1893–1981)


In writing, working hard means either sticking with something and revising it until it's done, no matter how excruciating, or setting it aside for a few years until you've matured enough to do the revising.

PhilosophyDaniel Drolet, reporting on (via ), quotes Jeff Noonan,

The students who learned the math abstractly did well with figuring out the rules of the game. Those who had learned through examples using measuring cups or tennis balls performed little better than might be expected if they were simply guessing. Students who were presented the abstract symbols after the concrete examples did better than those who learned only through cups or balls, but not as well as those who learned only the abstract symbols.

~Norman Mailer, quoted in , 1967The best time for planning a book is while you're doing the dishes.
~Etty Hillesum, quoted in  by Karol JackowskiAs a writer, I have mistaken how to use words.

"Mitford quotes a line from [...]" J. Bradshaw, 1903 [1st ed. 1891].

In this essay, the student does an excellent comparison of when Clemens' concept works and when it doesn't. It works, "When revolutionaries break diplomatic rules by engaging in acts of terrorism ...." It doesn't work in chess, because "brilliant innovations in chess have nothing to do with ignorance," and the student gives specific examples of rook pawn openings or using the queen in opening positions.

But noteven Churchill could have got away with it if he had quoted anything muchbetter than this.

Quoting Sonnets In An Essay - Pretzel Festival

Although not innate, expertise takes time to develop. In general, it takes "takes approximately a decade of heavy labor to master any field." Thus, although it doesn't take much to learn how to move the pieces in chess, becoming a grandmaster of strategy, however, takes at least a decade of intense practice. Similarly, although it doesn't take much to learn a few basic grammar rules and a small vocabulary, becoming fluent in another language--that is, acquiring the "grandmaster status" of a native speaker--takes at least 10 years of intense practice, too.

Agnes,” but perhaps none of Keats’ other works devote such great effort to showcase this idea.

Style guides (like MLA) tell us more about quoting poetry, ..

"At this point Eton has:

For Thee, who mindful &c: as above.

If chance that e'er some pensive Spirit more,
By sympathetic Musings here delay'd,
With vain, tho' kind, Enquiry shall explore
Thy once-loved Haunt, this long-deserted Shade.
The first of these lines refers back to the second of the rejected stanzas (see n). These two repetitive stanzas, which G[ray]. was to compress into one, are close to T. Warton, Pleasures of Melancholy 17-21, where Contemplation is invoked as follows: 'O lead me, queen sublime, to solemn glooms / Congenial with my soul; to cheerless shades, / To ruin's seats, to twilight cells and bow'rs, / Where thoughtful melancholy loves to muse, / Her fav'rite midnight haunts.'"