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Overture - Marcel Proust

... to induce my father to consent to speak to Swann, not of his wife, but of his daughter, whom he worshipped, and for whose sake it was understood that he had ultimately made his unfortunate marriage. "You need only say ...

The History Of The SCP Foundation - The SCP Foundation

... ? There are quite a few SCPs that say stuff like "approximately 57.23545445 cm". There's no need to go down to nanometers when you're writing an executive summary. It could probably even be reduced to a single significant digit. In most ...

Areopagitica - John Milton

... , notwithstanding sometimes controverted among the Primitive Doctors, but with great odds on that side which affirm'd it both lawfull and profitable, as was then evidently perceiv'd, when Julian the Apostat, and suttlest enemy to our faith, made a decree forbidding Christians ...

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Under Western Eyes (Chap. 4) - Joseph Conrad

... into universal happiness, my boy. I will give you universal happiness, you silly, hypnotized ghoul, you! And what about my own happiness, eh? Haven't I got any right to it, just because I can think for myself?..." And again, but with a different mental ...

Chapter 21: Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consensus - Howard Zinn

... abroad: If you had a strong president, a strong secretary of defense they could temporarily go to Congress and say, "We're only going to build what we need.. .. And if the Russians build twice as many, tough." But it would be ...

Mademoiselle De Forcheville(Chap. 2) - Marcel Proust

... , was grumbling: ?If that isn?t a tragedy, a boy one saw brought into the world. I didn?t see him when his mother bore him, to be sure. But when I first knew him, to say the most, it wasn?t five years since he was ...

Colasterion - John Milton

... , it offends him that rankest should signify ought but his own smell; who that knows English would not understand mee, when I say a rank Serving-man, a rank petti-fogger, to mean a meer Serving-man, a meer and arrant petti-fogger, who lately ...

You Can't Hate the Roots of a Tree and Not Hate That Tree - Malcolm X

... it to be, or I want it to be, or we want it to be, but because the conditions that created these explosions in 1963 are still here; the conditions that created explosions in '64 are still here. You can't say ...

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Madame Swann at Home (Chapter 1) - Marcel Proust

... time, disappointed that the pleasure for which I had so longed had been no greater, but at the same time I felt the need to prolong it, not to depart for ever, when I left the theatre, from this strange life of the ...

Overture [Chapter 1] - Marcel Proust

... to induce my father to consent to speak to Swann, not of his wife, but of his daughter, whom he worshipped, and for whose sake it was understood that he had ultimately made his unfortunate marriage.    "You need only say ...

After the Bombing / Speech at Ford Auditorium - Malcolm X

... it to be, or I want it to be, or we want it to be, but because the conditions that created these explosions in 1963 are still here; the conditions that created explosions in '64 are still here. You can't say ...

Life of Milton - Samuel Johnson

... late," he fixed upon Paradise Lost; a design so comprehensive that it could be justified only by success. He had once designed to celebrate King Arthur, as he hints in his verses to Mansus; but "Arthur was reserved," says Fenton, "to ...

The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... interrupt your lunch,? he said. ?But I need money pretty bad, and I was wondering what you were going to do with your old car.? ?How do you like this one?? inquired Tom. ?I bought it last week.? ?It?s a nice yellow one,? said ...

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The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII - zapFV) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... interrupt your lunch,? he said. ?But I need money pretty bad, and I was wondering what you were going to do with your old car.? ?How do you like this one?? inquired Tom. ?I bought it last week.? ?It?s a nice yellow one,? said ...

Place-Names: The Name (Chapter 4) - Marcel Proust

... took it, turned it about until it shone with a ray of gold, fondled it, paid its ransom, but at once handed me her captive, saying: "Take it; it is for you, I give it to you, keep it to remind yourself ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII)” - Sarah Redmond

... interrupt your lunch,? he said. ?But I need money pretty bad, and I was wondering what you were going to do with your old car.? ?How do you like this one?? inquired Tom. ?I bought it last week.? ?It?s a nice yellow one,? said ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII)” - CDube

... interrupt your lunch,? he said. ?But I need money pretty bad, and I was wondering what you were going to do with your old car.? ?How do you like this one?? inquired Tom. ?I bought it last week.? ?It?s a nice yellow one,? said ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII)” (2) - CDube

... interrupt your lunch,? he said. ?But I need money pretty bad, and I was wondering what you were going to do with your old car.? ?How do you like this one?? inquired Tom. ?I bought it last week.? ?It?s a nice yellow one,? said ...

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Absalom, Absalom! (Chapter VI) - William Faulkner

... who dont know you, you can be whatever you will. I will make it all right; I will talk to?to ?? What do you call her?? And he had gone too far now, but it was too late to stop; he sat ...

The Sorrows of Young Werther (Book I) - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

... and contented mortal, but a poor historian. An angel! Nonsense! Everybody so describes his mistress; and yet I find it impossible to tell you how perfect she is, or why she is so perfect: suffice it to say she has captivated all ...

Names of People (Chapter 1) - Marcel Proust

... corridor. And even then he makes out I don?t come quick enough; you?d need to hear the bell ring before he has pulled it, and if you?re a minute late, away he flies into the most towering rage. Alas, poor Combray ...

Chapter 11 - The Tale of Nur al-Din and His So Badr al-Din Hasan - Richard F. Burton

... outer cloth of his skullcap and wound his light turban round it. And he fell to weeping over his father and at parting with him, and he but a boy. Then Nur al-Din lapsed into a swoon, the forerunner of death ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 2) - Joseph Conrad

... enliven your oratory at socialistic congresses. But this room is no place for it. It would be infinitely safer for you to follow carefully what I am saying. As you are being called upon to furnish facts instead of cock-and ...

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Wuthering Heights (Chap. 17) - Emily Brontë

... the corner of your apron: I?m certain you?ll need it.? ?Not Mr. Heathcliff, surely?? I exclaimed. ?What! would you have tears for him?? said the doctor. ?No, Heathcliff?s a tough young fellow: he looks blooming to-day. I?ve just seen him. He ...

Silicon Valley (Transcript) - American Experience (PBS)

... to build the equipment that you needed to make these transistors. It was a whole, brand new world that nobody had been there before. Jay Last, Fairchild Semiconductor: We had the basic technology, but all of the details we had to ...

Chapter 13: Minister Malcolm X - Malcolm X

... the black man. "Well, there is such a religion. It's called Islam. Let me spell it for you, I-s-l-a-m! Islam! But I'm going to tell you about Islam a little later. First, we need to understand some things about this Christianity before we can ...

Chapter 14: Black Muslims - Malcolm X

... judo! It's all right, it's fine -- until black men teach it! Even little grammar school classes, little girls, are taught to defend themselves -- " "How many of you are in your organization, Mr. Malcolm X? Right Reverend Bishop T. Chickenwing says you have ...

Chapter 15: Self Help in Hard Times - Howard Zinn

... an hour the first year). But it was enough to dull the edge of resentment. Housing was built for only a small percentage of the people who needed it. "A modest, even parsimonious, beginning," Paul Conkin says (F.D.R. and the Origins of the ...

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Batman (1989) Final Draft - Batman

... in there. BRUCE Oh... not really. VICKI Come on, say what you're thinking. BRUCE I was just thinking how beautiful you looked on that horse... and that... it's kinda nice to have someone here who notices things. She finds herself ...

House of the Seven Gables (Chap. 1) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... consideration of them, an hour may have passed away without his noticing it. But he will be ill-pleased, I judge, if you suffer him to neglect the courtesy due to one of our chief rulers, and who may be said ...

Pilot - The West Wing

... . SAM I don't know what to say to them. CATHY You're supposed to tell them about the building and its history. Do you need anything? SAM I need someone to tell me about the building and its history. CATHY Just fake ...

The Sieve and the Sand - Ray Bradbury

... . I'll say my say, too, in the next few hours. And you'll take it in. And you'll try to judge them and make your decision as to which way to jump, or fall. But I want it to be ...

MERCYCTE // The House on Mango Street - Sandra Cisneros

... jump rope a little quicker. She has no imagination. You need them to dance, says Lucy.. If you don't get them you may turn into a man. Nenny believes this and she believes it. She is this way because of her age ...

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The Phantom Rickshaw - Rudyard Kipling

... your behalf if you fall sick or into serious trouble. Heatherlegh, the Doctor, kept, in addition to his regular practice, a hospital on his private account?an arrangement of loose boxes for Incurables, his friend called it?but it was really ...

Lassiter v. Dept of Social Services - The Supreme Court of the United States

... , protection." Stanley v. Illinois, 405 U. S. 645, 651. Here the State has sought not simply to infringe upon that interest, but to end it. If the State prevails, it will have worked a unique kind of deprivation. Cf. May v. Anderson, 345 U. S. 528, 533 ...

Satyricon (Part One) - Gaius Petronius

... grease. Give me, with your favour Leave to say, 'twas you first lost the good grace of speaking; for With light idle gingles of words to make sport ye have brought it to This, That the substance of oratory is ...

The Conduct of Life (Chap. 4) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... and fire,?which parents will allow the boy without hesitation at Cambridge, but do not think needful at home. We say solitude, to mark the character of the tone of thought; but if it can be shared between two or ...

Nostromo (Chap. 1.8) - Joseph Conrad

... Captain Mitchell used to say? "It was history?history, sir! And that fellow of mine, Nostromo, you know, was right in it. Absolutely making history, sir." But this event, creditable to Nostromo, was to lead immediately to another, which could ...

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Light in August (Chapter 16) - William Faulkner

... .? ?Or maybe you mean a drummer, a agent, a salesman,? Byron says. ?It?s a poor thing. I know that. You dont need to tell me.? ?But I am not clairvoyant, like you. You seem to know already what I could tell you, yet you will not tell ...

A Living Chattel (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... your dinner! I stayed there from the end of May, but now I have given it up. . . . It was cold there, and?well, the doctor advised me to go to the Crimea. . . ." "Are you ill, then?" inquired Groholsky. "Oh, well. . . . There always ...

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