They are to make such way through it as they can, with egotism for their only trusty instrument.
"Rousseau" by John Morley
But pardon my egotism, and I will proceed with my story about Rice Corner.
"Homestead on the Hillside" by Mary Jane Holmes
But in general her pride, her very egotism and quick temper kept her true.
"The Marriage of William Ashe" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
There are none of the cold particles in it, the hardness and self-ends, which render vanity and egotism hateful.
"The Works of Charles Lamb in Four Volumes, Volume 4" by Charles Lamb
Henceforth, you will no longer live in the selfish egotism of solitude.
"Abbe Mouret's Transgression La Faute De L'abbe Mouret" by Emile Zola
Perhaps it is necessary to have great egotism and selfishness for the arts' development.
"Katrine" by Elinor Macartney Lane
It is the apotheosis of sentimental egotism and social callousness.
"The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)" by John Holland Rose
Nor was there any, from the point of view of her young egotism and inexperience.
"Septimus" by William J. Locke
Now I was fully awake, the enormity of my father's dishonesty and his extreme egotism weighed heavily upon me.
"The Doctor's Dilemma" by Hesba Stretton
The salesman betrayed such egotism that his employer was disgusted.
"Certain Success" by Norval A. Hawkins
Her egotism is so hard and so profound that the very victims whom she sacrifices to ambition seem in her sight justly punished.
"Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Second Series" by John Addington Symonds
Spiritual self-love, the pity that one feels for oneself, may perhaps be called egotism; but nothing could be more opposed to ordinary egoism.
"Tragic Sense Of Life" by Miguel de Unamuno
There is, however, a lower egotism and a higher.
"The Feast of St. Friend" by Arnold Bennett
Education has this useful effect, that it narrows of necessity the circles of one's egotism.
"The New Freedom" by Woodrow Wilson
The egotism of a fool!
"The Daughter of Anderson Crow" by George Barr McCutcheon
In his defiance and egotism he had muddled things in a desperate way.
"The Man Thou Gavest" by Harriet T. Comstock
I never strayed from the deadly taint of some gentle form of egotism.
"An American Idyll" by Cornelia Stratton Parker
It is the only thing that moves us out of our cowardly lethargy of dead-and-alive egotism.
"The Brimming Cup" by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
That is an Englishman's egotism sure enough.
"Miss Caprice" by St. George Rathborne
The older supernaturalism exalts the individualism of the Creator; naturalism the egotism of the creature.
"Preaching and Paganism" by Albert Parker Fitch
Jury Weighs John Edwards's Tale of Self-Admitted Egotism .
The Irredeemably Boring Egotism of Cindy Sherman.
1776 and American Egotism .
There's naked ambition, of course, and egotism, and narcissism.
Drag-rooted performance works that question the egotism of the artist and the role of the audience.
Who Will Be The Next to 'EGOT.
With this past weekend's Grammys, producer Scott Rudin became the latest entertainer to earn the ugly, ineffective title of "EGOT"–having won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony.
Could she be the recipient of an EGOT+.