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Logan Pearsall Smith

Logan Pearsall Smith (18 October 1865 – 2 March 1946) was an American-born essayist and critic.

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    The notion of making money by popular work, and then retiring to do good work, is the most familiar of all the devil’s traps for artists.
    Logan Pearsall Smith (1865–1946)

    If we shake hands with icy fingers, it is because we’ve burnt them so hatefully before.
    Logan Pearsall Smith (1865–1946)

    What pursuit is more elegant than that of collecting the ignominies of our nature and transfixing them for show, each on the bright pin of a polished phrase?
    —Logan Pearsall Smith (1865–1946)

    ... there is a place in the United States for the Negro. They are real American citizens, and at home. They have fought and bled and died, like men, to make this country what it is. And if they have got to suffer and die, and be lynched, and tortured, and burned at the stake, I say they are at home.
    —Amanda Berry Smith (1837–1915)

    The test of a vocation is the love of the drudgery it involves.
    —Logan Pearsall Smith (1865–1946)