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  • I made many pleasant acquaintances with whom I played chess and whist; wrote letters to all my foreign friends, ready to mail on landing; read the "Egotist," by George Meredith, and Ibsen's plays as translated by my friend Frances Lord.

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  • Throw away possibilities like 'The Egotist' and 'The Salesman' which are born from bitter resentment and will fade over time as we forget the debacle that was the summer of 2010.

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  • You have questioned a being classed Egotist, a species who would like to keep the universe under lock and key, and let nothing be done without their permission.

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  • Egotist: a person more interested in himself than in me.

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  • Even if he doesn't keep all the moolah, even if some dodo court gives her a cut, he still comes out ahead by not having said, "I do," to the Runaway Egotist.

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  • FSF reports to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; begins his novel “The Romantic Egotist” there.

    A Life in Letters

  • It is in no sense a revision of the ill-fated Romantic Egotist but it contains some of the former material improved and worked over and bears a strong family resemblance besides.

    A Life in Letters

  • Egotist: A person . . . more interested in himself than in me.

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  • It had done so to the Hero Marshal, the Hero Egotist.

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  • If the Almighty had been conceived of as a Despot or an Egotist, he would have been expected to resort at once to revengeful violence in the presence of such insults as those of the persecutors of the Son of God.

    Understanding the Scriptures

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