- Great books are popular, not pedantic
- quintillion did it for Roman education, selecting, as he said, both ancient and modern classics
- People regard the “classics” as the great has-beens, the great books of other times.
- It is almost unnecessary to add that the great books are the most influential books.
- Great books are always contemporary
- Great books are the most readable. They will not let you down if you try to read them well.
- But the great books are never out molded by the movement of thought or the shifting winds of doctrine and opinion
- They have more ideas per page than most books have in their entirety
- This Bookstore has specially set up an up-market gallery with a good collection of famous Books and excellent works.
- According to Shakespeare's romeo and Juliet, not too much
- This is an unequaled masterpiece.
- The whole thing was a masterpiece of crowd management.
- Art masterpiece extraordinary as if done by the spirits
- The Portrait of a Lady is Henry James' masterpiece.
- The statute is hardly a masterpiece of insightful policymaking or incisive drafting.