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She'll Go To Pieces - Deep Blue Something

... at least waste some time And I've got nothing to gain by it And we all may shackle together by this She'll go to pieces When she hears that I told you But I'm coming unglued So I told you the deal ...

A Streetcar Named Desire [Scene 2] - Tennessee Williams

... I'm swindled too. And I don't like to be swindled. STELLA: There's plenty of time to ask her questions later but if you do now she'll go to pieces again. I don't understand what happened to Belle Reve but you don't know ...

A Streetcar Named Desire (Scene Two) - Tennessee Williams

... I'm swindled too. And I don't like to be swindled. STELLA: There's plenty of time to ask her questions later but if you do now she'll go to pieces again. I don't understand what happened to Belle Reve but you don't know ...

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The Return of the Native (Chap. 1.5) - Thomas Hardy

... ?' 'I've won?well, I've won?a gown-piece,' says she, her colours coming up in a moment. 'Tis a smock for a crown, I thought; and so it turned out. Ay, when I think what she'll say to me now without a mossel of red in ...

The Man Who Would Be King - Rudyard Kipling

... nonsense of that kind,' says Dan. 'I don't want to interfere with your customs, but I'll take my own wife. 'The girl's a little bit afraid,' says the priest. 'She thinks she's going to die, and they are a-heartening of her up ...

Assignment #3: The Great Gatsby - Chapter 1 - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

Babylon Revisited - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... 's sick," Lincoln answered shortly. "I know this thing isn't altogether your fault, but I can't have her go to pieces about it. I'm afraid we'll have to let it slide for six months; I can't take the chance of working her up ...

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

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

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Winter Dreams - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... of sorry for her." "Why?" Something in Dexter was alert, receptive, at once. "Oh, Lud Simms has gone to pieces in a way. I don't mean he ill-uses her, but he drinks and runs around " "Doesn't she run around?" "No. Stays ...

Slaughterhouse-Five (Chapter 2) - Kurt Vonnegut

... put his ear right next to her papery lips. She evidently had something very important to say. 'How ...?' she began, and she stopped. She was too tired. She hoped that she wouldn?t have to say the rest of the sentence ...

Brave New World (Chapter 8) - Aldous Huxley

... -T" and "Bye Baby Banting, soon you'll need decanting." Her voice got fainter and fainter ?                       There was a loud noise, and he woke with a start. A man was saying something to Linda, and Linda was laughing. She had pulled the blanket up ...

All Prologue - ​The Wire

... worked with a bunch of Russian girls last year for about three months. GREGGS: Think she'll talk to me? SHARDENE: Only if I ask her. NATHAN: Thank you, Detective, nothing further. PHELAN: Anything more ...

“The Custom-House” (Introductory to the Scarlet Letter) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... Salem was a port by itself; not scorned, as she is now, by her own merchants and ship-owners, who permit her wharves to crumble to ruin while their ventures go to swell, needlessly and imperceptibly, the mighty flood of commerce ...

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Chap. 31) - Mark Twain

... over, and at last we made up our minds they was going to break into somebody's house or store, or was going into the counterfeit-money business, or something. So then we was pretty scared, and made up an agreement ...

The Mysterious Stranger and Other Stories (Chap. 8) - Mark Twain

... somewhere, and as she was a little uneasy I told Nikolaus to never mind about his father's orders?go and look her up.... Why, how white you two do look! I do believe you are sick. Sit down; I'll fetch something. That cake ...

Wuthering Heights (Chap. 32) - Emily Brontë

... : I?ve done my ironing. Are you ready to go?? ?It is not eight o?clock!? she answered, rising unwillingly. ?Hareton, I?ll leave this book upon the chimney-piece, and I?ll bring some more to-morrow.? ?Ony books that yah leave, I shall ...

Where Will You Go When Your Skin Cannot Contain You? - William Gay

... different about her. The grain of her skin, but especially the eyes. Something desperate hiding there in the dark shadows and trying to peer out. She already looked like somebody sliding off the face of the world. I don?t have a thing ...

First Love - Samuel Beckett

... , like a dog into its basket. I?ll leave you the lamp, she said, but I begged her to take it with her. And suppose you need something in the night, she said. She was going to start quibbling again, I could feel it ...

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter I)” (Section 1) - Dr. Jeremy Dean

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter I)” (Section 2) - Dr. Jeremy Dean

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

The Darling (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... in the evening, going over his lessons, she looked at him with deep tenderness and pity as she murmured to herself: "You pretty pet! . . . my precious! . . . Such a fair little thing, and so clever." "'An island is a piece of land which ...

The Glass Menagerie (Scene 6) - Tennessee Williams

... show you something. I'm going to make a spectacular appearance I LAURA: What is it, Mother? AMANDA: Possess your soul in patience ? you will see ! Something I've resurrected from that old trunk! Styles haven't changed so terribly much after all. [She parts the ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter I)” Period 6 - Mr. Cora

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter I)” Period 7 - Mr. Cora

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

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

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

The Last of the Starks - Game of Thrones

... fire. TYRION: So she's going to stay here with you? JAIME: She's sworn to protect the Stark girls, so... Say something snide. TYRION: I'm happy. I'm happy that you're happy. I'm happy that you'll finally have to climb for it. They ...

The Pointy End - Game of Thrones

... ? Maester Luwin: This is a royal command, My Lord. If you should refuse to obey... Robb Stark: I won't refuse. His Grace summons me to King's Landing, I'll go to King's Landing. But not alone. Call the banners. Maester Luwin: All of ...

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

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

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

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

A Secret Sorrow - Karen van der Zee

... up the stairs, taking deep breaths to calm her shattered nerves. Kai hadn?t wasted any time checking up on her. She didn?t care what he was telling Chuck, but she wasn?t going to stand there listening to a one-sided conversation ...

Passing (Part 1: Encounter) - Nella Larsen

... ?" So great was her astonishment that she had started to rise. "No, no, don't get up," Clare Kendry commanded, and sat down herself. "You've simply got to stay and talk. We'll have something more. Tea ? Fancy meeting you ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter I)” - MrsPruett

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

We Aren't Really Supposed To Talk To Bears - Ben Brooks

... star stuff in it for humans. I ate a piece of bread with marmalade on it and sat in the garden. The sun started to come up. The sky went grey and then blue and there were ropes of cloud in it ...

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The Travelling Companion - Hans Christian Andersen

... stately. But the princess was very pale, and had a coal-black dress on, as if she were going to a funeral. 'Of what have I thought?' she asked John. And he immediately untied the handkerchief, and was himself quite frightened when he ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter I)” - HDMelton

... . ?Can?t you talk about crops or something?? I meant nothing in particular by this remark, but it was taken up in an unexpected way. ?Civilization?s going to pieces,? broke out Tom violently. ?I?ve gotten to be a terrible pessimist about things. Have ...

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD - The Misfits Play

... 's dead Well I got something to say I raped your mother today And it doesn't matter much to me As long as she spread Sweet lovely death I am waiting for your breath Come sweet death, one last caress Go Sweet lovely death ...

Shugah Shorty - Organized Konfusion Play

... 't hump, I bone I ain't playin I'm a man who likes a treat Message feet of the independent Queen To throw up some heat Shit girl I can fix you something to eat Prepare a five course meal while I'm makin the beat Already got two things in ...

Billy The Mountain - Dweezil Zappa Play

... , a hundred feet more "Aaaah, help me Lord Jesus" You see, it only goes to show you And it'll show you once again that A mountain is something you don't wanna fuck with You don't wanna fuck with Don't fuck around ...

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10,000 Bars - Lil Wayne

... be fuckin? with me and see something My Sqad ride, I bet we be up on the street to heat somethin? We peace nothing cousin, this here is war and we battle Big guns with deep barrels, bullets leap and leap ...

Unheard Audio 2Pac & Jim Belushi Interview On The Set Of ‘Gang Related' 8 27 96 - 2Pac

... find. The hell we left off last night. Jim: Yeah, we have to go some really deep places. Really hard places emotionally and it?s hard to let go of it you know. Male Interviewer: [Inaudible Question] Jim: Oh there is ...

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