The Man In The Arena - Theodore Roosevelt - Citizenship In A Republic 03
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The Man in the Arena - Theodore Roosevelt - Citizenship in a Republic 03
Literary Posters and Art Prints by Studio Grafiikka
The Man in the Arena is the most notable and often quoted passage from Theodore Roosevelt's 1910 speech at the Sorbonne, Paris. The passage is taken from the speech titled "Citizenship in a Republic". The speech pays tribute to people who are heavily involved in a situation that demands valour, skill and tenacity, people who stay courageous and brave in the face of challenging situations, and people who dare greatly and achieve greatness. It urges one to be on the frontlines and do things that matter rather than being critic, on the sidelines. One of the most inspirational speeches in American history, the Man in the Arena, is presented here in a beautiful typographic design, available as canvas print, metal print, art print and framed posters and prints.
This is an art print from Studio Grafiikka’s collection of literary posters. Designed in a minimal style, the posters in this series feature quotes from classic literature, famous poems or the musings of some of the most admired literary figures in history. There are quotes on love, life, nature, beauty and some very motivational words of wisdom as well. These quote prints could be ideal gifts for book lovers and poetry lovers and a beautiful wall decor element in your living room, library, office or study room.
They go well in modern, urban interiors as much as they do with traditional, cottage chic or bohemian styled interior spaces.
May 1st, 2020
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