Wise and Otherwise
"The world ought never to be cynical again. Horrible as air war is, the heroism and patience with which it has been endured are greater still, and ought to fill us with hope for a just and good peace, at the end of it."—An Irish Correspondent.
" That these broadcasts (Mr. Priestley's) should stop is a national calamity, which may matter more than Dakar."--New Statesman.
"Talking in England is not used for communication: its purpose is to tell whether a man is a gentleman or not."
—American Review of an English Book.