William Norman Ewer Quote
As quoted in: The Week-End Book (1924). Cecil Browne responded in 1924: But not so odd / As those who choose / A Jewish God / Yet spurn the Jews.
“Disturbances in society are never more fearful than when those who are stirring up the trouble can use the pretext of religion to mask their true designs.”
Addition aux Pensées philosophiques (1770)
“There is not any memory with less satisfaction than the memory of some temptation we resisted.”
―James Branch Cabell
Jurgen, A Comedy of Justice (1919)
Worstward Ho (1983)
“Love, friendship and respect do not unite people as much as a common hatred for something.”
The Note-books of Anton Tchekhov (1921 edition), translated by Samuel Solomonovitch Koteliansky and Leonard Woolf, p. 13
William Norman Ewer
Bio: William Norman Ewer was a British journalist, remembered mostly now for a few lines of verse. He was known as William or Norman, and by the nickname Trilby. He was prominent writing on foreign affairs for the London Daily Herald. It is now increasingly well established that he spied for the Soviet Union during the 1920s.