Thomas Gold Appleton (31 March 1812 – 17 April 1884), son of merchant Nathan Appleton, was an American writer, an artist, and a patron of the fine arts.
Quoted in Oliver
Wendell Holmes The Autocrat at the Breakfast Table (1858),
ch.6. Although the speaker in Holmes's book is not identified by name,
he is generally identified as Appleton.
Boston man is the east wind made flesh.
Boston, man, east, wind, flesh
Boston is a state of mind.
Boston, state, mind
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