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Arabian Nights, Vol. 4 (Chap. 21) - Richard F. Burton

... of somewhat I have lost." Quoth Zumurrud, "Here with a table of sand!" So they brought it, and she took the pen and drawing a geomantic scheme, considered it awhile, then raising her head, exclaimed, "Woe to thee, thou loser! How darest ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 4.3) - Richard F. Burton

... who knew the places of the planets, and the wizards and wise ones of the time, and men learned in horoscopes and nativities,[FN#268] and they drew out my birth scheme and said to my father, "Thy son shall ...

The Republic (Book 7: The Allegory of the Cave) - Plato

... other good; he apprehends only a shadow, if anything at all, which is given by opinion and not by science; --dreaming and slumbering in this life, before he is well awake here, he arrives at the world ...

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Chapter 8 - The Third Kalandar's Tale - Richard F. Burton

... astronomers who knew the places of the planets, and the wizards and wise ones of the time, and men learned in horoscopes and nativities, and they drew out my birth scheme and said to my father: "Thy son shall live ...

Life Of Sertorius - Plutarch

... contest of dexterity was found to have the better, both in baffling his enemy's designs and in counter-scheming himself, the fame of him now spread even to Rome itself, as the most expert ...

Apollonius Rhodius's “Argonautica” - Lydia Langerwerf

... had heard a baleful prophecy from his father Helios, that he must avoid the secret treachery and schemes of his own offspring and their crafty mischief. Wherefore he was sending them, as they desired, to the Achaean land ...

Argonautica - Apollonius Rhodius

... had heard a baleful prophecy from his father Helios, that he must avoid the secret treachery and schemes of his own offspring and their crafty mischief. Wherefore he was sending them, as they desired, to the Achaean land ...

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

... to gather from it whatever profit was to be had. After my fellowship of toil and impracticable schemes with the dreamy brethren of Brook Farm; after living for three years within the subtle ...

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Spring 2014 M W Four Quartets - E Sledd

... recurrent image into pre-conscious terrors- To explore the womb, or tomb, or dreams; all these are usual Pastimes and drugs, and features of the press: And always will be, some of them especially When there is distress of nations ...

Spring 2014 T R Four Quartets - E Sledd

... recurrent image into pre-conscious terrors- To explore the womb, or tomb, or dreams; all these are usual Pastimes and drugs, and features of the press: And always will be, some of them especially When there is distress of nations ...

T.S. Eliot's “Four Quartets” - E Sledd

... recurrent image into pre-conscious terrors- To explore the womb, or tomb, or dreams; all these are usual Pastimes and drugs, and features of the press: And always will be, some of them especially When there is distress of nations ...

Idylls of the King - Geraint and Enid - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... My nature's prideful sparkle in the blood Break into furious flame; being repulsed By Yniol and yourself, I schemed and wrought Until I overturned him; then set up (With one main purpose ever at my heart) ...

Life Of Romulus - Plutarch

... Roman history, lived one Tarrutius, his familiar acquaintance, a good philosopher and mathematician, and one, too, that out of curiosity had studied the way of drawing schemes and tables, and was thought to be a proficient in the art; to him Varro ...

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I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings - Chapter 23 - Maya Angelou

... joined the hymn of encouragement. A kindergarten teacher led the small children onto the stage and the buttercups and daisies and bunny rabbits marked time and tried to follow:           ?Stony the road we trod           Bitter the chastening rod           Felt in the ...

Nature (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... boundless time. Geology has initiated us into the secularity of nature, and taught us to disuse our dame-school measures, and exchange our Mosaic and Ptolemaic schemes for her large style. We knew nothing rightly, for want of perspective. Now ...

Nature (Short Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... boundless time. Geology has initiated us into the secularity of nature, and taught us to disuse our dame-school measures, and exchange our Mosaic and Ptolemaic schemes for her large style. We knew nothing rightly, for want of perspective. Now ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 19) - Frederick Douglass

... the progress of our preparations, Sandy, the root man, became troubled. He began to have dreams, and some of them were very distressing. One of these, which happened on a Friday night, was, ...

Thoughts out of Season, Part II (Chap. 2.6) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... the world. He is quite satisfied with the honour of being regarded as a curiosity himself, and never dreams of earning a living by his erudite studies. Twelfthly, the ?savant for amusement.? He loves to ...

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Fire in the Booth (Part 1, 2 & 3) - Akala

... Sit down and every rhyme a soliloquy My agility, timing is Military What scene? get a Guillotine for the Mini-me It seems ya'll fiend for the the mimicry Your team couldn't dream of this synygy That I be when I scheme on ...

Nineteen Eighty-Four (Book 2, Chapter 9) - George Orwell

... Winston broke off for one of his spells of sleep he tried to leave his desk clear of work, and each time that he crawled back, sticky-eyed and aching, it was to find that another shower of paper cylinders ...

Spring - James Thomson (poet)

... God! who, boundless spirit all And unremitting energy, pervades, Adjusts, sustains, and agitates the whole. He ceaseless works alone, and yet alone Seems not to work; with such perfection framed Is this complex, stupendous scheme of things. But, though concealed ...

Marmion - Canto Fifth - The Court - Sir Walter Scott

... did strain, The old man?s tears fell down like rain. To seize the moment Marmion tried, 465 And whisper?d to the King aside: ?Oh! let such tears unwonted plead For respite short from ...

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

... she said:         "For nearly two weeks I have had dreams and presentiments and warnings that death was going to strike what was most precious to me, and day and night and night and day I have groveled in the dirt before Him ...

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

... , which for the first time came to espouse, to maintain, to raise, to rejoice my dream    And there was another day on which she said to me: "You know, you may call ...

Homer's “The Odyssey (Book 4)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... a man servant, Medon, overheard them from outside the outer court as they were laying their schemes within, and went to tell his mistress. As he crossed the threshold of her room Penelope said: " ...

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

... ?Arthur's answers?The Vandal seeks his friend Astutio?Arthur leaves the court?Conference between Astutio and Ludovick?Astutio's profound statesmanship and subtle schemes?The Ambassador from Mercia?His address to Ludovick?The Saxons pursue Arthur?Meanwhile the Cymrian ...

Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume I Chapters III-VI (3-7)” - MsMAPLit

... an ardour that far exceeded moderation; but now that I had finished, the beauty of the dream vanished, and breathless horror and disgust filled my heart. Unable to endure the aspect of the being I had created, I rushed ...

The Conservative - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... himself. This is the penalty of having transcended nature. For the existing world is not a dream, and cannot with impunity be treated as a dream; neither is it a disease; but it is the ground on which you stand, it is ...

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Marmion - Canto Sixth - The Battle - Sir Walter Scott

... his curious eye The memorable field descry; 1130 And shepherd boys repair To seek the water-flag and rush, And rest them by the hazel bush, And plait their garlands fair; Nor dream they sit upon the grave, 1135 That ...

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

... victim of a shadowy hope to remit all self-effort, while awaiting the realization of his dreams. Years and years after their claim had passed out of the public memory, the Pyncheons were accustomed ...

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

... who should enter but the honourable Lady accompanied by her noble husband and their silly, scheming daughter, with her small waist and flat neck; and, with disdainful looks and a haughty air they passed me by. As I heartily detest the whole ...

Combray [Chapter 2] - Marcel Proust

... parts of the panel, but had quite 'gone' at the top, separated in a paler scheme, above the dark trunks, the yellowing upper branches, tanned and half-obliterated by the sharp though sidelong rays of an invisible sun. All these things ...

Homer (Nagy trans.)'s “Scroll 2” - Lydia Langerwerf

... of Atreus, by your own steadfast purpose; [345] lead the Argives on to battle, and leave this handful of men to rot, who scheme, and scheme in vain, to get back to Argos before they have learned whether Zeus be ...

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The Westward-Moving House - J.B. Jackson

... of land served some inscrutable purpose in an overall scheme. He spent much time and thought trying to modify the farm and increase its yield, thus making it impersonal and efficient, and easier to sell to another corn farmer. It ...

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

... comfortable story... reducing 'lessons' of the war to the socially neutral categories of error, ignorance, and cost." The Carter administration clearly was trying to end the disillusionment of the American people after the Vietnam war by following foreign ...

On the Future of our Educational Institutions (Chap. 1) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... the river's arms. This was the place which had become sacred to us through the dreams and plans we had had in common, and to which we intended to withdraw, later in the evening,?nay, to which we should ...

Winter - James Thomson (poet)

... numbers wildly great. Thrice happy, could she fill thy judging ear With bold description and with manly thought! Nor art thou skilled in awful schemes alone, And how to make a mighty people thrive; But equal goodness, sound integrity, A firm, unshaken ...

Idylls of the King - Merlin and Vivien - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... me These?ay, but each of either: ride, and dream The mortal dream that never yet was mine? Ride, ride and dream until ye wake?to me! Then, narrow court and lubber King, farewell! For Lancelot will be gracious to ...

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I and My Chimney - Herman Melville

... cogent a fatality must I have been drawn to my wife! While spicily impatient of present and past, like a glass of ginger-beer she overflows with her schemes; and, with like energy as she puts down her foot, puts down her preserves ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 6.1) - Thucydides

... . But his enemies feared that he would have the army for him if he were tried immediately, and that the people might relent in favour of the man whom they already caressed as ...