Class

  • The kind of people who, in every conceivable activity, even if it is only getting on a bus, are automatically elbowed away from the heart of things.


    Class

  • Really if the lower orders do not set us a good example, what on earth is the use for them?


    Class, Social Class

  • There are those who think that Britain is a class-ridden society and those who think it does not matter either way as long as you know your place in the setup.


    Class, Social Class

  • Class distinctions do not die; they merely learn new ways of expressing themselves.


    Class

  • Do you know, Tony, I am so glad I don’t belong to your class… the upper-middle class, who see everybody’s point of view but have no view of their own.


    Class, Social Class

  • A middle class is the first thing any society creates and the last thing it can do without.


    Class, Social Class

  • Class is the most difficult subject for American writers to deal with and the most difficult for the English to avoid.


    Class

  • Class consciousness is never learnt theoretically, it is a knot in the stomach that forms at some infernal dinner party.


    Class

  • Each decade we shiftily declare we have buried class; each decade the coffin stays empty.


    Class

  • You know you’re working class when your TV is bigger than your bookcase.


    Class