Fitz Hugh Ludlow





Fitz Hugh Ludlow

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born
in New York City, The United States
September 11, 1836

died
September 12, 1870

gender
male

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Fitz Hugh Ludlow, sometimes seen as “Fitzhugh Ludlow,” was an American author, journalist, and explorer; best-known for his autobiographical book The Hasheesh Eater (1857).

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The Hasheesh Eater: Being P...
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“In absolute incommunicableness it stood apart, a thought, a system of thought which as yet had no symbol in spoken language”
Fitz Hugh Ludlow, The Hasheesh Eater: Being Passages from the Life of a Pythagorean

“There is reason to fear that men love better to investigate how muslins, hay-rakes, and, above all and inclusive of all, money may be made, than how their own minds are constructed”
Fitz Hugh Ludlow, The Hasheesh Eater: Being Passages from the Life of a Pythagorean

“There are a thousand ways in which his neighbours can evaporate the essence which is all in all to him, while they at the same time give to his scenery ponderable value which to them is worth far more”
Fitz Hugh Ludlow, The Hasheesh Eater: Being Passages from the Life of a Pythagorean