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Nostromo (Chap. 1.8) - Joseph Conrad

... , appreciative buzz of voices that followed the speech, General Montero raised a pair of heavy, drooping eyelids and rolled his eyes with a sort of uneasy dullness from face to face. The military backwoods hero of the party, though secretly impressed by ...

Representative Men: Seven Lectures (Chap. 2) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... gone by, and he remains unapproached! A chief structure of human wit, like Karnac, or the mediaeval cathedrals, or the Etrurian remains, it requires all the breadth of human faculty to know it. I think it is truliest seen, when seen with ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... , she now made use of that salvation to destroy the other vessel, if possible. Renewing the chase in the direction in which the stranger had disappeared, sight was caught of him the following morning. Upon being descried he hoisted American ...

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Discourses on the First Decade of Titus Livius (Chap. 3.6) - Niccolò Machiavelli

... or showed any sign of fear. All these dangers, therefore, which attend the contrivance of a plot, must be passed through before you come to its execution; or if you would escape them, you must observe the following precautions: Your first ...

Nostromo (Chap. 2.5) - Joseph Conrad

... unrealizable on this earth. She coloured invisibly, with a warmth against which the breeze from the sierra seemed to have lost its cooling power in the sudden melting of the snows. His whisper could not have carried so far, though there ...

Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter XI. Customs Connected with the Calendar - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... lands under the Cathedral Church of York, were bound by their tenure to bring a live lamb into the church at high mass. It appears to have been a popular day in times past; and is mentioned in the following dialogue in ...

Names of People (Chapter 1) - Marcel Proust

... . Thus Mme. de Guermantes shewed in her dresses the same anxiety to follow the fashions as if, believing herself to have become simply a woman like all the rest, she had aspired to that elegance in her attire in which other ...

Nostromo (Chap. 1.6) - Joseph Conrad

... discourage their perseverance. But in the end, during the long turmoil of pronunciamentos that followed the death of the famous Guzman Bento, the native miners, incited to revolt by the emissaries sent out from the capital, had risen upon their ...

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Batman (1989) Final Draft - Batman

... they slip away to FOLLOW THEM. ANGLE ON BRUCE He watches them. Especially the beauteous Vicki. EXT. AXIS CHEMICAL CO. - ESTABLISHING - NIGHT A NEON SIGN reads: "AXIS CHEMICAL. THE FUTURE IS NOW." From the SIGN we PAN TO a METAL SLUICE GATE ...

Madame Swann at Home (Chapter 1) - Marcel Proust

... exact names, which it was easy to confuse with others of the same kind, opened a drawer and shewed the securities themselves to the Ambassador. The sight of them enchanted me. They were ornamented with cathedral spires and allegorical figures, like ...

The Polish Rider - Ben Lerner

... see her weighing the best chance she had to recover her paintings against the prospect of asking the police to harass an immigrant driver who was just following the rules. (Somehow, it occurred to me only now to wonder whether ...

King Arthur: Book 2 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... , lengthening up the land, The deep gorge stretches to a night of pine, Veer the white wings; and there the slackened hand Guides the tired steed; deeplier the shades decline; Dulled with each step into the darker gloom Follows the ocean ...

Marmion - Canto Sixth - The Battle - Sir Walter Scott

... I will not see it lost! Fitz-Eustace, you with Lady Clare May bid your beads, and patter prayer,- I gallop to the host.? And to the fray he rode amain, 825 Follow?d by all the archer train. The fiery youth, with ...

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

... that was artificial and without value, that bore no relation to the truth, whose mysterious and foreordained ways I should thus have been declining to follow    But when I arrived at the Champs-Elysées,?and, as at first sight it appeared, was ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.4) - Joseph Conrad

... peace and war; had been allowed to attend his master in prison; had, on the fatal morning, followed the firing squad; and, peeping from behind one of the cypresses growing along the wall of the Franciscan Convent, had seen, with ...

Typee (Chap. 12) - Herman Melville

... with its contents I was obliged again to submit to the officious intervention of my indefatigable servitor. Various other dishes followed, the chief manifesting the most hospitable importunity in pressing us to partake, and to remove all bashfulness on our part ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 42: The Whiteness of the Whale) - Herman Melville

... thoughts of long lacquered mild afternoons on the waves, followed by the gaudiest and yet sleepiest of sunsets? Or, to choose a wholly unsubstantial instance, purely addressed to the fancy, why, in reading the old fairy tales of Central Europe, does ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 53) - Mark Twain

... altar dedicated to the Roman soldier who was of the military guard that attended at the Crucifixion to keep order, and who?when the vail of the Temple was rent in the awful darkness that followed; when the rock of ...

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Natural History of the Intellect (Chapter 2) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... aim at, all history is symptomatic, and only a good omen. And the practical rules of literature ought to follow from these views, namely, that all writing is by the grace of God; that none but a writer should write; that he ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 7) - Richard F. Burton

... . At last one day which was a Friday, I sallied forth to solace myself taking with me somewhat of coin. I went first to a cathedral-mosque, called the Mosque of Mansur, where the Friday service was held, and when we had made an ...

The Sandman - E.T.A. Hoffmann

... recognise this strange hostile operation as such, and calmly to follow the path which belongs to our inclination and calling, then will the dark power fail in its attempt to gain a power, that shall be a reflection of ourselves. Lothaire adds ...

Combray [Chapter 2] - Marcel Proust

... ridge of housetops; or again, when one had to go in and ask for news of Mme. Sazerat, one's eyes followed the line where it ran low again beyond the farther, descending slope, and one knew that it would be ...

Life of Saint Pelagia the Harlot - The Deacon James

... highest heaven and was lost to my sight. When the holy man of God, bishop Nonnus, had recounted his dream, he took me with him and brought me to the cathedral with the rest of the bishops and there we ...

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Is Google Making Us Stupid? - Nicholas Carr

... feel scripted, as if they?re following the steps of an algorithm. In the world of 2001, people have become so machinelike that the most human character turns out to be a machine. That?s the essence of Kubrick?s dark prophecy: as ...

Nicholas Carr's “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” - LeslieLCC

... feel scripted, as if they?re following the steps of an algorithm. In the world of 2001, people have become so machinelike that the most human character turns out to be a machine. That?s the essence of Kubrick?s dark prophecy: as ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.3) - Joseph Conrad

... dark and empty from end to end. The houses of the vast Plaza were lost in the night. High up, like a star, there was a small gleam in one of the towers of the cathedral; and the equestrian statue gleamed pale ...

The Deacon James's “Life of Saint Pelagia the Harlot” - Kyle Smith

... highest heaven and was lost to my sight. When the holy man of God, bishop Nonnus, had recounted his dream, he took me with him and brought me to the cathedral with the rest of the bishops and there we ...

Main Street (Chapter XVII) - Sinclair Lewis

... ; a dream of sitting in a Brussels cafe and going afterward to a tiny gay theater under a cathedral wall. The advertisement in the Minneapolis paper leaped from the page to her eyes: The Cosmos School of Music, Oratory, and Dramatic Art announces a program ...

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Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter XX. Human Body - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... , Can neither call it perfect day or night." It occurs in the song at the end of "Love's Labour's Lost":? "And Dick the shepherd blows his nails." "To bite the thumb" at a person implied an insult; hence in "Romeo and ...

Arthur's Knights - Part Second - Anonymous

... her busy glittering train, And soon a bright pavilion rose upon the arid plain; A dainty banquet sparkled there beneath the purple shade, And then the ladye saw me, and a sign to me she made; A strange enchantment filled my soul -- I whispered in ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 16: The Ship) - Herman Melville

... -worshipped flag-stone in Canterbury Cathedral where Becket bled. But to all these her old antiquities, were added new and marvellous features, pertaining to the wild business that for more than half a century she had followed. Old Captain Peleg, many ...

The Prince and The Pauper (Chap. 32) - Mark Twain

... Tom Canty, in a panic, "wait!?think! Do not give up!?the cause is not lost! Nor shall be, neither! List to what I say?follow every word?I am going to bring that morning back again, every hap just as it happened ...

King Arthur: Book 11 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... , solemn with his hundred years, Stood the arch hierarch of the Cymrian seers. XII. ?Dost thou remember,? said the Sage, ?that hour When, seeking signs to Glory?s distant way, Thou heard?st the night-bird in her leafy bower, Singing ...

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Money on the Dresser - Wais P

... will resume Cathedral to the congregation Wais the P, wassup man Welcome to this motherfuckin to this ism nation Church (Chorus) Top notch hoes get the most not the lesser Money on the money on the money on the dresser Top ...

All Prologue - ​The Wire

... nothing, and in this country, supermarkets are cathedrals. I worry for you, buddy. JOE: How your peoples, dog? SERGE: Same, good. JOE: You talk to the man about that other thing, right? Because I can get behind that business in a big way ...

SCP-2188 - The SCP Foundation

... have been spending quite some time doing this before we left even, because the road became more and more crowded the closer we came to the Cathedral. I knew that Pablo had arranged some sort of exhibition in Florida, and I still ...

Jude the Obscure (Chap. 3.1) - Thomas Hardy

... omen that numerous blocks of stone were lying about, which signified that the cathedral was undergoing restoration or repair to a considerable extent. It seemed to him, full of the superstitions of his beliefs, that this was an exercise of forethought ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.5) - Joseph Conrad

... Sulaco. Sulaco was the land of future prosperity, the chosen land of material progress, the only province in the Republic of interest to European capitalists. Pedrito Montero, following the example of the Duc de Morny, meant to have his share ...

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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Chap. 31) - Mark Twain

... over-descriptive names, such as "The Drawing-Room," "The Cathedral," "Aladdin's Palace," and so on. Presently the hide-and-seek frolicking began, and Tom and Becky engaged in it with zeal until the exertion began to grow a trifle wearisome; then ...

Carmen - Ch. 2 - Prosper Merimee

... -nothing fellows banded themselves together, and bribed the bell-ringer at the cathedral to ring the Angelus some twenty minutes before the proper hour. Though it was still broad daylight, the nymphs of the Guadalquivir never hesitated, and putting far ...

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