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The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 8) - Friedrich Engels

... die a traitor?s and a deserter?s death, have him executed, in default of any public judge and hangman, then by a secret one; like your old Chivalry Fehmgericht and Secret Tribunal, suddenly revived in this strange guise; suddenly rising once more on the ...

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

... she was no longer young. She looked at Charlotte with a smile, then, holding up her finger in a threatening attitude, repeated twice in a very significant tone of voice the name of "Albert." "Who is Albert," said I to Charlotte, " ...

Cormac McCarthy's “The Road (Excerpt)” - MsMAPLit

... air. The grainy air. The taste of it never left your mouth. They stood in the rain like farm animals. Then they went on, holding the tarp over them in the dull drizzle. Their feet were wet and cold and ...

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Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter V. Natural Phenomena - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... ? whose phrase of sorrow Conjures the wandering stars, and makes them stand Like wonder-wounded hearers?" In Tomkis's "Albumazar" (i. 1), they are called "wanderers"? "Your patron Mercury, in his mysterious character Holds all the marks of the other wanderers." According to ...

Manners (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... commandments even have the saucy homage of parody. The forms of politeness universally express benevolence in superlative degrees. What if they are in the mouths of selfish men, and used as means of selfishness? What if the false gentleman almost ...

Nostromo (Chap. 2.5) - Joseph Conrad

... the curtain, with an expression of not quite genuine gravity, like a grown-up person taking part in a game of children. He gazed quietly at the threatening finger. "I have watched your reverence converting General Barrios by a special sermon on the Plaza ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.10) - Joseph Conrad

... abreast of the thwart. He bent his face over it and rubbed hard with his finger. Then he sat down in the stern sheets, passive, with his knees close together and legs aslant. Streaming from head ...

What Is Noble? (IX) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... climate, soil, danger, requirement, toil) there ORIGINATES therefrom an entity that "understands itself"?namely, a nation. In all souls a like number of frequently recurring experiences have gained the upper hand over those occurring more rarely: ...

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The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... cry, "and send Lazarus that he may dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, for I am tormented in this flame." Another feature in these isles is their emphatic uninhabitableness. It is deemed a fit type of ...

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... by a paroxysm of grief. Stunned with the horror of this revelation, John sat there open-mouthed, feeling the nerves of his body twitter like so many sparrows perched upon his spinal column. "Now, I've told you, and I shouldn't have ...

Heart of Darkness (Section I) - Joseph Conrad

... , miles away from the least bit of shade and water. Annoying, you know, to hold your own coat like a parasol over a man's head while he is coming to. I couldn't help asking him once what ...

The Marx Engels Reader ( Chap 1 ) - Robert C. Tucker

... . That is the carnival of philosophy, whether it disguises itself as a dog like the Cynic, in priestly vestments like the Alexandrian, or in fragrant spring array like the Epicurean. It is essential that philosophy should then wear character masks. As ...

The Marx-Engels Reader Chap.I - Robert C. Tucker

... . That is the carnival of philosophy, whether it disguises itself as a dog like the Cynic, in priestly vestments like the Alexandrian, or in fragrant spring array like the Epicurean. It is essential that philosophy should then wear character masks. As ...

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The Marx-Engels Reader(Chapter 1) - Robert C. Tucker

... . That is the carnival of philosophy, whether it disguises itself as a dog like the Cynic, in priestly vestments like the Alexandrian, or in fragrant spring array like the Epicurean. It is essential that philosophy should then wear character masks. As ...

The Marx-Engels Reader (Chapter 1.1) - Robert C. Tucker

... . That is the carnival of philosophy, whether it disguises itself as a dog like the Cynic, in priestly vestments like the Alexandrian, or in fragrant spring array like the Epicurean. It is essential that philosophy should then wear character masks. As ...

The Marx-Engels Reader (Chapter-I) - Robert C. Tucker

... . That is the carnival of philosophy, whether it disguises itself as a dog like the Cynic, in priestly vestments like the Alexandrian, or in fragrant spring array like the Epicurean. It is essential that philosophy should then wear character masks. As ...

The Marx-Engels Reader ( Chap. Uno! ) - Robert C. Tucker

... . That is the carnival of philosophy, whether it disguises itself as a dog like the Cynic, in priestly vestments like the Alexandrian, or in fragrant spring array like the Epicurean. It is essential that philosophy should then wear character masks. As ...

The Marx - Engels Reader (Chater 1) - Robert C. Tucker

... . That is the carnival of philosophy, whether it disguises itself as a dog like the Cynic, in priestly vestments like the Alexandrian, or in fragrant spring array like the Epicurean. It is essential that philosophy should then wear character masks. As ...

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Men In Black script - Sony Pictures

... have my gun [cocks it] when you pry it from my cold, dead fingers! The voice responds, in a voice and cadence remarkably similar to Edgar's. VOICE (O.S.) Your proposal is acceptable. A long, hairy pincer flashes out of the hole, grabs Edgar ...

Paid In Full - Dame Dash

... , yeah. Hey, yo, man. You really don't have to be out here like this, broadcasting all your fuckin' porno shit and takin' your pictures puttin' your guns in the air, man. You drawin' too much motherfuckin' attention. Nigga, that's what ...

Natural History of the Intellect (Chapter 1) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... is the main thing. Most men's minds do not grasp anything. All slips through their fingers, like the paltry brass grooves that in most country houses are used to raise or drop the curtain, but are made to ...

Nostromo (Chap. 1.8) - Joseph Conrad

... pretty?a little uneasy. "No, I will not ask for that. I can see love in your eyes." She laid her hand on his knee. "Why are you trembling like this? From love?" she continued, while the cavernous thundering of the gombo went ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 9) - Joseph Conrad

... been half-witted, but you must have been crazy. What drove you off your head like this?? Mr Verloc, thinking of Mr Vladimir, did not hesitate in the choice of words. ?A Hyperborean swine,? he hissed forcibly. ?A what you might call ...

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Heart of Darkness, Book II - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... , his hands on the spokes, was lifting his knees high, stamping his feet, champing his mouth, like a reined-in horse. Confound him! And we were staggering within ten feet of the bank. I had to ...

Virgil's “The Aeneid (book 6)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... , himself a goddess?s son; nor shall Juno anywhere fail to dog the Trojans, while you, a suppliant in your need, what races, what cities of Italy will you not implore! The cause of all ...

Rikers Report V: Inmate Stories - Preet Bharara

... first officer who had hit him in the ribs said, as reported by ID, ?Oh just because I?m a female that don?t mean nothing cause I can still fuck you up. Next time watch your fucking mouth.? She then hit him and kicked ...

Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter X. Folk Medicine - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... . 1), the "Witches' Mummy" forms one of the ingredients of the boiling cauldron. Webster in "The White Devil" (1857, p. 5), speaks of it:? "Your followers Have swallow?d you like mummia, and, being sick, With such unnatural and horrid physic, Vomit you up ...

Henry David Thoreau's “On the Duty of Civil Disobedience” - HDMelton

... are permitted, and for a long period continue, to rule is not because they are most likely to be in the right, nor because this seems fairest to the minority, but because they are physically ...

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Henry David Thoreau's “On the Duty of Civil Disobedience” (2) - HDMelton

... are permitted, and for a long period continue, to rule is not because they are most likely to be in the right, nor because this seems fairest to the minority, but because they are physically ...

Henry David Thoreau's “On the Duty of Civil Disobedience” (3) - HDMelton

... are permitted, and for a long period continue, to rule is not because they are most likely to be in the right, nor because this seems fairest to the minority, but because they are physically ...

Henry David Thoreau's “On the Duty of Civil Disobedience” (4) - HDMelton

... are permitted, and for a long period continue, to rule is not because they are most likely to be in the right, nor because this seems fairest to the minority, but because they are physically ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 52) - Thomas Hardy

... of what I know of you. Oak, I have learnt a little about your secret: your interest in her is more than that of bailiff for an employer. But you have behaved like a man, and I, as a sort of successful rival?successful partly through ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 53) - Thomas Hardy

... nothing but misery to me! Oh my darling, my darling, why do you keep me in suspense like this?"         He said this to himself, and they all distinctly heard it. Boldwood remained silent ...

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Cape Cod: Chapter 8 (The Highland Light) - Henry David Thoreau

... , as over an upright wall. The sea thus plays with the land holding a sand-bar in its mouth awhile before it swallows it, as a cat plays with a mouse; but the fatal gripe is ...

Alcibiades (Full Text) - Plato

... me take the hand as an illustration; does not a ring belong to the finger, and to the finger only? ALCIBIADES Yes. SOCRATES And the shoe in like manner to the foot? ALCIBIADES Yes. SOCRATES And when we take care of ...

Society and Solitude (Chap. 5) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... fortunes of the man ; who could reconcile your moral character and your natural history ; who could explain your misfortunes, your fevers, your debts, your temperament, your habits of thought, your tastes, and, in every explanation, not sever you from the ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 11) - Joseph Conrad

... through no one?s fault really. A small, tiny fact had done it. It was like slipping on a bit of orange peel in the dark and breaking your leg. Mr Verloc drew a weary breath. He nourished no resentment against his wife. He ...

House of the Seven Gables (Chap. 13) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... not turn. After a further interval, Maule spoke. "Behold your daughter," said he. Mr. Pyncheon came hastily forward. The carpenter was standing erect in front of Alice's chair, and pointing his finger towards the maiden with an expression of triumphant power ...

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Waiting for Godot - Act I - Samuel Beckett

... that case? (he takes the pipe out of his mouth, examines it) ?I'm out? (he relights his pipe) ?in that case? (puff) ?in that case? (puff) ?what happens in that case to your appointment with this . . . Godet . . . Godot . . . Godin . . . anyhow you ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 1) - Richard F. Burton

... she looked at him and saw that he was a black chattel, snub-nosed and wide-mouthed, with nostrils like ewers; whereupon the light in her eyes became night and she asked him, "Who art thou, O Shaykh of the sons ...

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