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 The History of Rome. Book III

On an arable estate, according to Cato, the returns of the soil stood as follows in a descending series: 1 - vineyard; 2 - vegetable garden; 3 - osier copse, which yielded a large return in consequence of the culture of the vine; 4 - olive plantation; 5 - meadow yielding hay; 6 - corn fields; 7 - copse; 8 - wood for felling; 9 - oak forest for forage to the cattle; all of which nine elements enter into the scheme of husbandry for Cato's model estates. The higher net return of the culture of the vine as compared with that of corn is attested also by the fact, that under the award pronounced in the arbitration between the city of Genua and the villages tributary to it in 637 the city received a sixth of wine, and a twentieth of grain, as quitrent. 15. III. XII. Spirit of the System. 16. III. XI. As to the Management of the Finances. 17. The industrial importance of the Roman cloth-making is evident from the remarkable part which is played by the fullers in Roman comedy. The profitable nature of the fullers' pits is attested by Cato (ap. Plutarch, Cat 21). 18. III. III

 The Columbia History of the British Novel

These twodimensional figures tend to fall into the two classes mentioned before: one traditional, the other modern. There are the well-meaning but dull citizens and the anarchic but engaging rogues. They often seem to belong different species. Captain Grimes and Paul Pennyfeather of Decline and Fall, for instance, work and socialize together but seem to belong to mutually exclusive moral universes. Grimes is the incorrigible rascal who flouts morals and manners so cheerfully that no one would seriously want to bring him to account. He may be a bisexual bigamist who leaves schoolmastering in Wales for pimping in South America, but these faults cannot be seriously held against a man who so genially confesses, "I can stand most sorts of misfortune, old boy, but I can't stand repression." Grimes goes his way "careless of consequence," slipping society's restraining nets with an ease that is as astonishing as it is comical. He is an untamable life force, disruptive of good manners, but quite beyond moral censure. Paul, on the other hand, lives his life as a divinity student with exemplary moderation (he smokes three ounces of tobacco a week and drinks a pint and a half of beer a day), keeps up with current affairs (he attends meetings at the League of Nations Union where he finds discussions of Polish plebiscites fascinating), and takes an interest in his nation's cultural past (he reads nightly installments of The Forsyte Saga)

 Broca's Brain: The Romance of Science

No amount of money would have sufficed in VictoriaБЂ™s day for the leading scientists in Britain to have simply sat down and invented, let us say, television. Few would argue that the net effect of these inventions was other than positive. I notice that even many young people who are profoundly disenchanted with Western technological civilization, often for good reason, still retain a passionate fondness for certain aspects of high technology-for example, high-fidelity electronic music systems. Some of these inventions have fundamentally changed the character of our global society. Ease of communication has deprovincialized many parts of the world, but cultural diversity has been likewise diminished. The practical advantages of these inventions are recognized in virtually all human societies; it is remarkable how infrequently emerging nations are concerned with the negative effects of high technology (environmental pollution, for example); they have clearly decided that the benefits outweigh the risks. One of LeninБЂ™s aphorisms was that socialism plus electrification equals communism

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