Here Today : Gone Tomorrow
Hair of the dog : Phrases
Fleeting; lacking premanence.
His novel attracted a great deal of attention but quickly went out of print - here today and gone tomorrow.
This phrase originally alluded to the briefness of the human lifespan, and was first recorded in John Calvin's Life and Conversion of a Christian Man (1549): This proverb that man is here today and gone tomorrow.
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