The only thing that made life worth living was the thought of Walter Savage Landor
, from whose IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS she had promised to read at frequent intervals during the day.
's remark that to those who have the greatest power of loving, love is a secondary affair, would not have recommended Landor
Concerning it Landor
inquires "whether it is not to be referred to some purer state of sensation and existence."
(1778-1830), a romantically dogmatic but sympathetically appreciative critic; Thomas de Quincey (1785-1859), a capricious and voluminous author, master of a poetic prose style, best known for his 'Confessions of an English Opium-Eater'; Walter Savage Landor
(1775-1864), the best nineteenth century English representative, both in prose and in lyric verse, of the pure classical spirit, though his own temperament was violently romantic; Thomas Love Peacock (1785-1866), author of some delightful satirical and humorous novels, of which 'Maid Marian' anticipated 'Ivanhoe'; and Miss Mary Russell Mitford (1787-1855), among whose charming prose sketches of country life 'Our Village' is best and best-known.
Dur Hospitality appointed Landor
, an American branding consultant to lead the relaunch of Makarem.
Police put a cordon up at the junction between Bedford Road Landor
A salvage yard, three car part firms and a cafe lost a huge amount of trade after a lorry smashed into a bridge in Landor
Street, in Bordesley Green, in January.
BA planes wore the design, officially known as Landor
, during the 1980s and 90s, and for many passengers it remains "the" British Airways look.
This announcement follows Office Depot's March 2018 announcement of WPP's (NYSE: WPP) Y&R-led Office Depot Partnership, featuring VML, Landor
and MediaCom, as the brand's new marketing partner.
One of these early travelers was Arnold Henry Savage Landor
, an English writer and artist, who visited the capital in 1891.