Aye, there have been generations of Sir Johns among you, and if knighthood were hereditary, like a baronetcy, as it practically was in old times, when men were knighted from father to son, you would be Sir John now.
Now, sir, begging your pardon; we met last market-day on this road about this time, and I said "Good night," and you made reply 'GOOD NIGHT, SIR JOHN,' as now.
Who be you, then, John Durbeyfield, to order me about and call me 'boy?
Sir John d'Urberville--that's who I am," continued the prostrate man.
Gilman, the President of Johns
Hopkins University, who had been made chairman of the judges of award in connection with the Atlanta Exposition:--
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Johns as possible, and that when we were forced to take to the water I should continue in the same direction.
John Alvarez, my first officer, is twenty years my senior.
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If you thought the mysteries of the great duogram "JM" (that is, Janet Malcolm versus Joe McGinnis, Jeffrey MacDonald, and all the way back to Jeffrey Masson) were fascinating, you might want to try "JJ" - that is, Jill Johnston versus Jasper Johns
and, in a snit of noncompliance, a bit of vice versa.
The new Jasper Johns
exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art is both a rewarding and challenging show.
One question is foremost on both their minds: How will the work Johns
has realized since his 1977 retrospective at New York's Whitney Museum of American Art stack up, in the context of his broader oeuvre?