Gentleman - C.S. Lewis- Mere Christianity

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A gentleman, once it has been spiritualized and refined out of its old coarse, objective sense, means hardly more than a man whom the speaker likes. As a result, gentleman is now a useless word. We had lots of terms of approval already, so it was not needed for that use.

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krissy06k 7 years, 4 months ago
Has grammatical errors, even though this is a direct quote. I don't know if it should be corrected.

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