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★ Eulogy

Eulogy: see Epitaph & Funeral & Death & Compliment

The Carpenters: Close to You TV - Frederick Engels - John Howard - The Guardian - Nelson Mandela - Fitz-Greene Halleck - Ben Jonson - Henry Louis Gates - Leo Strasberg - Ronald Reagan - Charles Spencer - Citizen Kane 1941 - Heinrich Himmler - Voltaire - Alan Bleasdale TV - Killing Eve TV -      

 

 

97,792.  She is very much alive in our minds and in our hearts.  (Music & Pop Music & Singer & Eulogy)  The Carpenters, Close to You *****  Richard’s eulogy

 

97,793.  My sister happened to be one of the finest female singers who ever lived … The world misses her.  (Music & Pop Music & Singer & Eulogy)  ibid.  Richard

 

 

2,080.  Marx discovered the law of development of human history: the simple fact, hitherto concealed by an overgrowth of ideology, that mankind must first of all eat and drink, have shelter and clothing, before it can pursue politics, science, religion and art; and that therefore the production of the immediate material means of life and consequently the degree of economic development ... form the foundation upon which the forms of government, the legal conceptions, the art and even the religious ideas of the people concerned have been evolved ... instead of vice versa as had hitherto been the case.  (Life's Like That & Eulogy & Compliment)  Frederick Engels, graveside tribute to Karl Marx

 

 

33,716.  Ronald Reagan in my view was the greatest of post-World War II American presidents.  (Reagan & Eulogy)  John Howard, Australian prime minister 

 

 

41,080.  He somehow embodied a symbolic British reaction to the whirlpool of the modern world, endlessly perplexed by the dizzying and incoherent pattern of events but doing his courteous best to ensure that resentment never showed.  (Compliment & Eulogies)  The Guardian, obituary leading article re John le Mesurier

 

 

41,081.  He knew when to compromise.  Yet he never compromised his principles.  He was a militant.  Yet a militant who knew how to plan, assess concrete situations and emerge with rational solutions to problems.  (Compliment & Eulogies)  Nelson Mandela’s eulogy for Joe Slovo 15 January 1995

 

 

41,101.  Green be the turf above thee,

Friend of my better days!

None knew thee but to love thee,

Nor named thee but to praise.  (Compliment & Eulogy)  Fitz-Greene Halleck, On the Death of Joseph Rodman Drake 1820

 

 

41,103.  Farewell, thou child of my right hand, and joy;

My sin was too much hope of thee, lov’d boy.

Seven years thou’wert lent to me, and I thee pay,

Exacted by thy fate, on the just day.

O, could I lose all father now!  For why

Will man lament the state he should envy?

To have so soon ’scap’d world’s and flesh’s rage,

And, if no other misery, yet age?

Rest in soft peace, and, ask’d, say here doth lie

Ben Jonson his best piece of poetry.

For whose sake, henceforth, all his vows be such,

As what he loves may never like too much.  (Eulogy & Compliment)  Ben Jonson, On My First Son

 

 

41,133.  Mama and I would go to a funeral and she’d stand up to read the dead person’s eulogy.  She made the ignorant and ugly sound like scholars and movie stars, turned the mean and evil into saints and angels.  She knew what people had meant to be in their hearts, not what the world had forced them to become.  She knew the ways in which working too hard for paltry wages could turn you mean and cold, could kill the thing that made you laugh.  Henry Louis Gates junior

 

 

41,134.  The dream of her talent, which she had nurtured as a child, was not a mirage.  Leo Strasberg, of Marilyn Monroe

 

 

41,135.  I know it is hard to understand, but sometimes painful things like this happen.  It’s all part of the process of exploration and discovery.  It’s all part of taking a chance and expanding man’s horizons.  The future doesn’t belong to the fainthearted; it belongs to the brave.  The Challenger crew was pulling us into the future, and we’ll continue to follow them.  Ronald Reagan

 

 

41,136.  Diana was the very essence of compassion, of duty, of style, of beauty.  All over the world she was a symbol of selfless humanity.  (Eulogy & Diana)  Charles Spencer, of Diana

 

 

44,973.  Legendary was Xanadu where Kubla Khan decreed his stately pleasure dome.  Today, almost as legendary is Florida's Xanadu, world’s largest private pleasure ground.  Here, on the deserts of the Gulf Coast, a private mountain was commissioned and successfully built.  One hundred thousand trees, twenty thousand tons of marble are the ingredients of Xanadu's mountain.  Contents of Xanadu's palace: paintings, pictures, statues, the very stones of many another palace – a collection of everything so big it can never be catalogued or appraised, enough for ten museums – the loot of the world. Xanadu’s livestock: the fowl of the air, the fish of the sea, the beast of the field and jungle.  Two of each, the biggest private zoo since Noah.  Like the pharaohs, Xanadu’s landlord leaves many stones to mark his grave.  Since the pyramids, Xanadu is the costliest monument a man has built to himself.  Here in Xanadu last week, Xanadu’s landlord was laid to rest, a potent figure of our century, America's Kubla Khan – Charles Foster Kane.  (Newspaper & Eulogy)  Citizen Kane 1941 starring Orson Welles & Joseph Cotten & Everett Sloane & Dorothy Comingore & Agnes Moorehead & Ruth Warrick & Ray Collins & William Alland & Paul Stewart & Philip van Zandt et al, director Orson Welles, newsreel

 

 

82,736.  Whatever actions he took he carried them out as a National Socialist and an SS man, from the very bottom of his heart and through his blood, he carried out felt and understood Adolf Hitlers world vision.  (Nazi & Eulogy)  Heinrich Himmler, funeral eulogy

 

 

87,566.  Satire lies about literary men while they live and eulogy lies about them when they die.  (Satire & Eulogy)  Voltaire

 

 

92,167.  We’re all here today not to send George to a better place or a Judgment Day or to worry about our own going but to remember his life.  And curse the fact that he’s not here.  He was a good man.  He was the best man I ever knew.  (Unemployment Eulogy)  Alan Bleasdale, Boys From the Black Stuff: George’s Last Ride, Chrissie stands up in church

 

 

121,692.  Eve: Oh, God, no!

 

Frank: … loud man.  He was a good man.  Patient.  Hard working.  A man who had time for everybody.  

 

Eve: No he didn’t.  (Spy & Eulogy & Assassin)  Killing Eve s1e4: Sorry Baby