F. Scott Fitzgerald about beauty (“The Beautiful and Damned”, 1922) - There's no beauty without poignancy and there's no poignancy without the feeling that it's going, men, names, books, houses—bound for dust—mortal
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There's no beauty without poignancy and there's no poignancy without the feeling that it's going, men, names, books, houses—bound for dust—mortal
 F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and Damned (1922). copy citation

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