On the Business of Life
- Seeing as God Might See. Robinson, Dave; Groves, Judy // Introducing Bertrand Russell;8/ 1/2002, p90
The article presents quotes from the English mathematician and philosopher Bertrand Russell regarding the ability of philosophy to suggest possibilities of enlarging thoughts.
- Suffering - Not necessary for good life. Russell, Bertrand // Philosophy & Social Action;Jan-Mar2005, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p22
The article presents a quote from Bertrand Russell on the use of anesthetics in childbirth.
- Quiet Moments: September 2010. // Catholic Digest;Sep2010, Vol. 74 Issue 10, p106
The article presents quotes from English playwright William Shakespeare on the value of friends, American journalist Sydney Harris on the virtue of silence in a marriage and American writer Grace Lichtenstein on the need for self discovery.
- QUOTE CODE. McGowan, Kristy // Calliope;Apr2005, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p11
Focuses on the quotes written by dramatist William Shakespeare in his plays.
- "Brush Up Your Shakespeare.". // School Librarian's Workshop;Apr/May2008, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p15
A quiz about quotations found in several books and plays of William Shakespeare is presented.
- The Bard on base. // Christian Science Monitor;7/02/99, Vol. 91 Issue 152, p11
Offers connections between the works of William Shakespeare and baseball. Shakespearian quotes and baseball equivalence.
- Writing. // Columbia Dictionary of Quotations from Shakespeare;1998, p401
The article presents a quotation relating to the term "writing" as expression of Armado's love for the country wench, Jaquenetta in the play "Love's Labor's Lost," by William Shakespeare.
- Words and Deeds. // Columbia Dictionary of Quotations from Shakespeare;1998, p399
The article presents quotations relating to the term "words and deeds" taken from the works by William Shakespeare. In "Othello," Roderigo applied the term in reference to the gap between what lago promises and what he does. The term was used by First Murderer in "Richard III" assuring Richard...
- Wrongdoing (see also Crime, Evil). // Columbia Dictionary of Quotations from Shakespeare;1998, p401
The article presents quotations relating to the term "wrongdoing" taken from the plays by William Shakespeare. Prince Hal in "Henry IV" used the term in reference to his plan to make up for his wasted time. The term was used by King John in "King John" when he claimed that seeing Hubert as his...