As a divine child yourself, you will enjoy the little ones in my school."
But at all events, this couple were very decently contented, and enjoyed as pleasant a summer tour as any pair that left England that year.
But now, just when K. needed to apply all his thoughts to his work, when he was still rising and already posed a threat to the deputy-director, when every hour passed so quickly and he wanted to enjoy the brief evenings and nights as a young man, this was the time he had to start working out these documents.
When they had departed, the unfortunate youngest brother repaired to his unhappy mother, and expressed his wishes to enjoy, like the elder princes, the pleasures of the field. "
It is a long while since I, like all other young scholars, enjoyed with all the sapient laboriousness of a fastidious philologist the work of the incomparable Strauss.
It was only of late years that she had had leisure enough in her life to go into society; and as society she did not enjoy it.
But he enjoys it like a boy, Mrs. Kirke says, and takes it so good-naturedly that they all like him in spite of his foreign ways.
Enjoy your last day as an agent, you asshole.”
Our trio enjoyed a six o'clock supper as guests of Babasaheb Deshmukh.
The case is not different with Shakespeare, that marvelous Spanish-Moorish-Saxon synthesis of taste, over whom an ancient Athenian of the circle of AEschylus would have half-killed himself with laughter or irritation: but we--accept precisely this wild motleyness, this medley of the most delicate, the most coarse, and the most artificial, with a secret confidence and cordiality; we enjoy it as a refinement of art reserved expressly for us, and allow ourselves to be as little disturbed by the repulsive fumes and the proximity of the English populace in which Shakespeare's art and taste lives, as perhaps on the Chiaja of Naples, where, with all our senses awake, we go our way, enchanted and voluntarily, in spite of the drain-odour of the lower quarters of the town.
Realist saboteurs do not, as a rule, enjoy long careers.
Yet he continued to fear, and he stood on guard, expectant of unguessed evil, alternately suffering and enjoying as one feeling or the other came uppermost and swayed him.
That's what I'll do, and not stand haggling over trifles, but wash my hands at once of the whole business, and enjoy my rents like a duke, and let things go their own way."
They try not to see that they all enjoy theirprivileges as a result of the same fact which forces the peasantswho have tended the forest, and who are in the direct need of itfor fuel, to give it up to a rich landowner who has taken no partin caring for its growth and has no need of it whatever—the fact,that is, that if they don’t give it up they will be flogged orkilled.
Many enjoy `parody' religions such as Discordianism and the Church of the SubGenius.
I daresay that Nietzsche, had he been alive, would have got a lot of satisfaction out of the execration thus heaped upon him, not only because, being a vain fellow, he enjoyed execration as a tribute to his general singularity, and hence to his superiority, but also and more importantly because, being no mean psychologist, he would have recognized the disconcerting doubts underlying it.