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Somerset Maugham Award
... The Somerset Maugham Award is a British literary prize given each May by the Society of Authors ... The prize was instituted in 1947 by William Somerset Maugham and thus bears his name the award is to be spent on foreign travel ...
List Of Tales Of The Unexpected Episodes - Series Nine
... Smythe), Matthew Jones (Man on the Phone) The Colonel's Lady 8 ... January 1988 Somerset Maugham Denis Cannan Barry Davis Eve Hamilton-Peregrine has written a successful book of poetry ... James Wishart), Thorley Walters (Harry Gold) The Verger 22 ... January 1988 Denis Cannan Somerset Maugham Rodney Bennett The Dobsons have been serving their Parish Church for years, but when a ... (Milly Dobson) The Facts of Life 29 ... January 1988 Somerset Maugham Noella Smith John Gorrie Nicholas is a keen amateur fencer but is held back by his inexperience ...
Grace Kelly - Screen Credits - Television Appearances and Filmography
... season 1 episode 18 Hugh Franklin, Anna Lee, Grace Kelly, Mary Stuart host Jonathan Blake Somerset Maugham TV Theatre (CBS) November 15 season 1 ... Somerset Maugham host W ... Somerset Maugham Danger (CBS) December 19 "The Sergeant and the Doll" season 1 episode 13 Laura Weber, Grace Kelly, James Westerfield host Richard Stark The ...
Aleister Crowley - Legacy and Influence - Popular Culture
... Somerset Maugham used him as the model for the character in his novel The Magician, published in 1908 ... Crowley was flattered by Maugham's fictionalised depiction of himself, stating that "he had done more than justice to the qualities of which I was proud.. ... Simon Callow as Oliver Haddo, the name taken from the Magician-villain character in the Somerset Maugham book "The Magician", who was in turn inspired by Maugham's meeting with Crowley He also appeared ...

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    At a dinner party one should eat wisely but not too well, and talk well but not too wisely.
    —W. Somerset Maugham (1874–1966)

    It is well known that Beauty does not look with a good grace on the timid advances of Humour.
    —W. Somerset Maugham (1874–1965)

    Hypocrisy is the most difficult and nerve-racking vice that any man can pursue; it needs an unceasing vigilance and a rare detachment of spirit. It cannot, like adultery or gluttony, be practised at spare moments; it is a whole-time job.
    —W. Somerset Maugham (1874–1966)