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And then they attack you and want to burn you. And then they build monuments to you. Typically, a successful social movement is based on a proposition extolled as a truth. For example, the Gandhian movement was based on the assertion that India should be an independent nation. These propositions face opposition and a harsh reception. QI believes that the saying under analysis fits into a large and evolving family of statements about the multi-stage difficulties obstructing new ideas and truths.

Here is one possible translation into English: To truth only a brief celebration of victory is allowed between the two long periods during which it is condemned as paradoxical, or disparaged as trivial. The archaeologist William Boyd Dawkins presented a groundbreaking scientific paper in that mentioned three stages before acceptance.

He credited the tripartite description to the prominent Swiss-American biologist Louis Agassiz: The above remark is traced through time in a separate website entry located here. The ascription to Schopenhauer is not well supported, but this expression is an intriguing precursor to the saying under analysis: Every problem passes through three stages on the way to acceptance: First, it appears laughable; second, it is fought against; third, it is considered self-evident.

In an article by Earl B. It has been said that any new idea must pass through three stages. First, it is ridiculed; second, it is subject to argument: The safety idea has reached the final stage.

The strongly matching quotation by Nicholas Klein from shown below can be aligned with the statement immediately above:. Ridicule matches laughter; argument matches attack; and acceptance matches building monuments.

Similarly, the target quotation given by the questioner can also be aligned with the statement. Ridicule matches laughter; argument matches attack; and acceptance matches winning. Thus, the expression was an interesting precursor. Indeed, the statement fits within the family associated with Arthur Schopenhauer and Louis Agassiz.

He mentioned stages of ridicule, repression, and respect. It will be admitted that non-co-operation has passed the stage of ridicule.

Whether it will now be met by repression or respect remains to be seen. Opinion has already been expressed in these columns that ridicule is an approved and civilized method of opposition. The viceregal ridicule though expressed in unnecessarily impolite terms was not open to exception.

But the testing time has now arrived. In a civilized country when ridicule fails to kill a movement it begins to command respect.

Beck credited the French writer Jean Cocteau with an instance: Julian squirms a bit self-consciously, a bit proudly, as he lists the national magazines that are clamoring to have him and his wife on their covers. Cocteau expressed it best. Then, they abuse you. Then, they heap you with honors. Or make you into a statue. This was the first linkage to Gandhi known to QI: Gandhi once observed that every movement goes through four stages: First they ignore you; then they abuse you; then they crack down on you and then you win.

I am only here to back up his moral character. December 17 - John G. Published in Mark Twain Speaking , pp. A text closer to the event is in Elmira Daily Advertiser , rpt. Jerome and Herbert A. There were sandwiches, wurst, pretzels, beer, ale, Scotch, and a great deal of talk, Mark Twain acting as a sort of chairman at the head of the table. By dawn only seven remained. A note scrawled on the letter by Mark Twain, evidently one of the stayers, says that the Chicago Press Club was founded that night about seven in the morning.

November 14 - Breakfast for Mark Twain, Chicago, Illinois - Speech - text not available According to Paul Fatout, the menu, MTP, says that this breakfast was tendered "By a few Chicago journalists," that the time was 12 noon, and that the bill of fare was: November 30 - Decorative Art Society, home of Mrs.

Samuel Colt, Hartford, Connecticut - Reading - text not available. Clemens "after successfully disposing of a number of articles in Booth J. Judge Sherman Adams spoke in German; Mr. Woods spoke in English; and "the principal speaker of the evening was Mark Twain, who made a capital speech in German, interspersed with American, which was received with great favor, eliciting frequent demonstrations of approval.

In the Courant article of December 11, , p. Clemens, in a few complimentary words, as one whose wit was without bitterness and whose much quoted paragraphs had a manly and honest ring. Gibson, Belknap Press, , p. Bush, Steve Courtney, and Peter Messent, , p. February 28 - West Point, New York. Readings - "Tar Baby" - text not available. It was established by Lawrence Barrett, the name suggested by Laurence Hutton to symbolize practitioners of kindred arts who made up the membership.

Mark Twain attended as the guest of Hutton in Cable Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. April 4 - Supper for George W. Cable, Hartford Club, Hartford, Connecticut - Speech - text not available Of this late party Cable remarked upon an "abundance of innocent fun.

There were a hundred good things said that I suppose I'll never remember. Cable See George W. June 7 - Decorative Art Society, home of Mrs. The principals, Miss Hamersley and Mr. Prentice, were roundly applauded, and when Mark Twain came on the stage as a character in the scene, plaudits rang from one end of the enormous hall to the other. This scene alone was enough to compensate one for the expense of the entire evening's entertainment. This date is in question. Twain read and delivered passages from numerous works including Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Also see B.

Scott Holmes's website " Promoting Huck Finn: Also see Steve Railton's website at the University of Virginia for more details on this tour.

Under the management of James B. Pond, the following cities were included on the tour: Sellers in a New Role," "Col. Arthur was in attendance. Mark Twain and his manager James B. Pond were guests of the Rochester Elks Lodge. Under the management of Ozias Pond, brother of James B. Under the management again of James B. See Guy Cardwell's Twins of Genius , p. March 21 - Teachers' Association, Steinway Hall, New York City Content of the speech was reported as "Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer's brilliant achievement," and the story about "the man who was blown up and 'docked' by the Mean Man's Company that employed him for the time he neglected his work while navigating space.

As reported by the World next day he explained: November 19 - White House, Washington, D. The president promised to stress the subject in his next message to Congress. See a possibly better text in American Bookmaker , 2 Feb. July 21 - Reformatory, Elmira, New York. For a first-hand account see The Summary , 4 25 July - the inhouse weekly. Stanley Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. April 30 - U. Clemens first took occassion to pay a worthy tribute to Mr.

Twichell's personal beauty, and said that no crown ever graced a head as kingly as the prohibiton gray locks of the esteemed president. February 27 - Historical Class, Hartford, Connecticut. Grover Cleveland was in attendance. The readers were introduced by E. According to the Hartford Daily Courant of March 19, , p. The Courant printed quotes from Twain's speech and reported that he told the story of how he escaped fighting a duel.

I had intended to have my wife here for the moral support which her presence in the audience would give me, but she, too, is snowed up. So you see my circumstances are even more pathetic than Mr. Cleveland were in attendance. Boyesen, and Thomas Knox.

In Mark Twain's Autobiography, 2: Having been invited to the White House, he finally got there too late to see President and Mrs. Cleveland who had left for a dinner engagement. The speech was also reported in the Philadelphia Inquirer , March 24, , p. Mark Twain told the "Moses who? Charles Dudley Warner, T. George Tucker which Clemens said reminded him "so strongly" of Twichell.

Also on the program was Richard Malcolm Johnston, to whom Mark Twain gave all the receipts for the evening. The speech was reported in the Baltimore Sun , in an article titled, "Readings by Authors," January 18, , Supplement, page 1. January 21 - Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts. February 2 - Ladies' Literary Association, Prof. Cabell's resident on Massachusetts Ave. The speech was in honor of Twain's friend Dr.

A lengthy quote from the speech is online at: An unidentified clipping, MTP, described Mark Twain as "a frowsy-headed, round-shouldered man, as gray as a rat, yet still vigorous in spite of his years," who "tottered on to the platform" followed by "two ambiguous-looking orphans in dress suits and goldbowed spectacles.

His Own Life Story , pp. Pond hired a stenographer to take down Twain's speech. April 1 - Home of Mrs. Elizabeth Hamersley, Hartford, Connecticut.

III , p. The Banquet," 10 October, p. Dinner Speech - text not available Moorfield Storey , lawyer and publicist, was a leader of the Mugwumps who opposed Blaine in , and a prominent spokesman of the Anti-Imperialist League, which was opposed to American meddling in the Philippines. October 9 - Roger A. I feel deeply grateful to my fellow classmates for the compliment they have done me, the more so because I feel I have never deserved such treatment. I will reveal a secret to you. I have an ambition: I would be a professor of telling anecdotes.

This art is not a very high one, but it is a very useful one. One class of anecdotes is that which contains only words. You begin almost as you please and talk and talk until your allotted time and close when you get ready. I will illustrate this by a story of an Irish and Scotch christening.

His daughter, Susy, was a student at Bryn Mawr at the time. When her father, who had promised her that he would not tell the story of the "Golden Arm," forgot himself and told it, she became much upset and rushed out in tears. See Susy and Mark Twain , ed. Edith Colgate Salsbury Clemens and Mark Twain Hall, Berlin, Germany - Readings - text not available. July 14 - S. Lahn , at sea - Readings - text not available In a mock trial, Mark Twain was accused and convicted of unscientific lying.

Sentenced to read three hours from his books, he did so, aloud. The Times article written by William Henry Bishop reported: The speech included the watermelon story. The function was presided over by President Berri. Guests were Samuel L.

Clemens, Colonel John A. Also Critic , 4 Nov. The Hartford Daily Courant , November 11, , p. The New York Times , November 12, also published a version of the speech. November 20 - According to Paul Fatout: He was an affable, unpretentious, generous man fond of music and the theater. The dinner, given by the Players Club, had somewhat the flavor of miners' fare: Mark Twain, who arrived about midnight, described the guests as gray-haired veterans of the Pacific Coast, with whom he swapped yarns about old times.

He said he did his full share of the talking until about 1: Martin and the Etchings" This party occurred at a house near the Players Club.

Some thirty musical ladies and gentlemen were there, also a Hungarian band. After a midnight supper, there was dancing until 4: At Reid's studio the party included: The party went on until 4 A. He wrote a number of popular farces of which the most successful was A Trip to Chinatown Also see Le Temps , April 7, p. May 18 - London, dinner for officers for United States naval cruiser Chicago hosted by Poultney Bigelow - speech - text not available.

Reported in New Haven Register , May 18, , p. Datelined London, May A Georgia lawyer who drank too much, he converted to Methodism , and became a famous exhorter of the damnation-and-brimestone variety. He denounced profanity as well as liquor, often so heatedly that his own language became spectacularly profane. Letter dated August 22 refers to the affair as "last Monday. Mark Twain wrote this speech but never delivered it because the steamship St.

Paul failed to launch during the official ceremonies and the luncheon and celebratory speeches were postponed. Louis Republic , November 10, , p. July 15, - July 15, - World Speaking Tour: Also see Steve Railton's website at the University of Virginia for more details on the North American portion of the tour including map, letters, and reviews. The North America portion of the world tour was under the management of James B. Pond and included the following cities:.

Newell was published in the Los Angeles Times , October which reported: While here he and Mrs. Clemens and their daughter Claire were entertained by their old-time friends Mrs. Judge Turner and Mrs. Frank Allyn, the wife and daughter of the late George Turner, Chief Justice of Nevada during the great mining days, who made his first overland trip in a stage coach with Mr. Clemens, then a young man of Before a small company, invited in informally to meet them, Mr.

Twain gave similar versions of the story in a speech known as "Morals and Memory. His plan is the best I have ever encountered. It gives the irresponsibles an opportunity to be heard before the guest of the evening is called upon. As a rule the man who is the guest of honor is introduced as the first speaker, and the more he is lauded, the more difficult it is for him to speak.

Every compliment ties his tongue. The second half of the world tour was under the management of Robert Sparrow Smythe and his son Carlyle Greenwood Smythe and included the following cities:. Mark Twain had an enthusiastic reception. Mark Twain in Australasia , p. He had tried himself to introduce improvements in his own way, but not always with success, but he would like to state that honest civic governments were really the rule in America. There was always a fly in the amber, but which was the particular amber the fly got into was the question; anyway it was the fly that got the amber into discredit.

Murphy, American consul] knew all about the trees, and described everything about the country. He did not care whether the information was correct or not, for all he wanted was information and plenty of it. Mark Twain was also present and echoed the statement that talk of war between blood relations was absurd.

Samuel Campbell, dinner chairman, said that he prescribed Mark Twain's books as a tonic for convalescing patients. Campbell summarizes Mark Twain's speech: He then proceeded to give some of his experiences Then he turned his attention particularly to my relationship to him--how soothed he was to hear that he had been so helpful to me in my profession--curing my patients by means of his writing.

I was no doubt an honest man, but had it ever occurred to me that I was using his brains to acquire wealth, position, credit. It was surely evident to the simplest intelligence that I owed him something and he would be glad to receive a cheque from me before he left Durban. It was the overthrow of a party, not of England, and it was the curse of party loyalty which brought about our war.

And so he continued, going deep into the recesses of history, touching upon the psychology of nationality; and all relieved by that lightness of touch and sense of humour which made him one of the most famous men of our day Chapin, pp. Text online at HathiTrust Digital Library.

A Biography, Volume 3 , p. It just happened so. I don't prefer that attitude. Still, it has one advantage--it is only a talk, it doesn't take the form of a speech I advised them at considerable length to stay where they were--they would get used to it and like it presently; if they got out they would only get in again somewhere else, by the look of their countenances; and I promised to go and see the President and do what I could to get him to double their jail terms.

It is not good German, but the intention is good--better than the clothes it wears. Summer - Private Dinner. However, Wiggins' dating is incompatible with the place she gives. A Family Memoir of the Gilded Age , p. My collection of fourteen-syllable German words is still incomplete. But I have just added to that collection a jewel--a valuable jewel. I found it in a telegram from Linz, and it contains ninety-five letters: See Literary World Boston , 30 July 8, , p.

Taylor's speech was devoted to an interesting account of his own visit to the United States a few years earlier. Mark Twain retaliated by mercilessly chaffing the chairman on the compliments he might have paid him but didn't.

Special appreciation to Leslie Myrick of the Mark Twain Project at Berkeley for recovering this information from The Eagle , Volumes , , at google books online.

July 5 - Campbell-Bannerman Dinner. Probably London, England - Dinner Speech - text not available Henry Campbell-Bannerman was a British parliamentarian of long standing, a leader of the Liberal party who had held posts in the War Office and the Admiralty, and who became prime minister in Called to London to manage the Times , he reorganized the foreign department, instituted the Times book club and Times Literary Supplement , published the Times Atlas , and republished the ninth edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.

May 9 - St. Speech Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. Hopkinson Smith, the Reverend Dr. Mackay, John Fox, Jr. The chairman was Hamilton W. He and Mark Twain sat within a simulated pilot house, from the corners of which descended streamers of colored lights. Hanging moss, oranges and gourds decorated the walls, and there were catfish in glass tanks. Mark Twain found in these adornments the principal themes for his speech, described as "reminiscent and constantly delightful.

A photo of Clemens at the dinner is online at: December 6 - St. January 7 - Home of Henry H. March 23 - Benjamin B. March 29 - Pascal Institute Branch of the New York Tribune Sunshine Society, Boys Debate, New York City - Speech - text not available The New York Tribune of April 1, reported, "He said that in one of the experiences of his life he had become aware of the fact that he had done something that he ought to be sorry for, but could not determine just which detail of the occurrence was most deserving of his penitence.

So it became necessary to call in an arbiter, a dispassionate judge, to decide the matter. In relating the story which set forth his iniquitous act and its consequent psychological effects, up to the climatic judgment of the arbiter, there was not a moment devoid of mirth to the listeners. Courtesy of Leslie Myrick. Mark Twain told the story of the tight shoes that refused to go on, then said, according to the Times , April 8, Reported in San Francisco Call , April 29, , p. November 16 - Joseph H.

November 30 - St. Joe Jefferson to introduce him and lavishly praise the Players Club, he Mark Twain to respond by negating the praise with uncomplimentary remarks about the club.

He didn't have a brand new speech, so he read his story "Message to the Director General," published recently. He was introduced as jester and philosopher, and replied that he wished he could collect salaries for all the different things he had been called. This is probably the speech that Helen Keller, with some fusing of details, recalls in Midstream: My Later Life , pp.

The group met on Saturday. See article in Daily Princetonian , April 21, , p. May 29 - Pilot's Society, St.

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