"So vast is Art, so narrow human wit." Cubist artist (who is being arrested for espionage by local constable). "My dear man, have you no aesthetic sense? Can't you see that this picture is an emotional impression of the inherent gladness of Spring?" Constable. "Stow it, Clarence! D'yer think I don't know a bloomin' plan when I sees one?"
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