unearths some literary gems.
From "The Diary of Death," by Marten Cumberland:
"Time turns our most outlandish paradoxes into truisms." [I guess that's sort of like Hegel's dialectic?]
Lady Goombridge's resolute voice boomed out, and dispersed the [other voices] as a motor-horn scatters a flock of roadside chickens.
"The night is such a wonderful time to dream [said Silk], but one should never sleep whilst one dreams. How we waste those wonderful hours of silence and moonlight in vulgar sleep!"
Adam Steele laughed loudly.
"Silk wants a 'Moonlight Saving Bill,'" he suggested.