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The Children's Toys - Dead Can Dance

... children's toys lay scattered in bits The result of the game which ended in pain Now society should have stayed arise Harmony unveils ail Part of our stations never us fail Harmony unveils ail Harmony unveils ...

Cymbeline Act 4 Scene 2 - William Shakespeare

... in the cave; We'll come to you after hunting. ARVIRAGUS [To IMOGEN]Brother, stay here Are we not brothers? IMOGEN So man and man should be; But clay and clay differs in dignity, Whose dust is both alike. I am ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 56) - Thomas Hardy

... played the part of mentor to me many times, and I don't see why you should fear to do it now."         "It is nothing that you have done, this time. The top and tail o't is this?that I am sniffing about here ...

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Tess of the d'Urbervilles, a Pure Woman (Chap. 40) - Thomas Hardy

... , "Which way are you going home, Izz?" "I have no home at Talbothays Dairy now, sir," she said. "Why is that?" Izz looked down. "It was so dismal there that I left! I am staying out this way." She pointed in a contrary direction ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 1.3) - Thomas Hardy

... comes to anything that's born at new moon. A bad job for thee, Christian, that you should have showed your nose then of all days in the month." "I suppose the moon was terrible ...

Chapter 20: The Seventies: Under Control? - Howard Zinn

... was no indication that anyone on the Committee challenged this idea?that what was done should have been done, but by another method. Thus, in 1974-1975, the system was acting to ...

Chapter 2: Drawing the Color Line - Howard Zinn

... in 1736: We have already at least 10,000 men of these descendants of Ham, fit to bear arms, and these numbers increase every day, as well by birth as by importation. And in case there should arise a man of ...

On the Genealogy of Morals, Second Essay - Friedrich Nietzsche

... . It would not be impossible to imagine a society with a consciousness of its own power which allowed itself the most privileged luxury which it can have?letting its criminals go without punishment. ?Why should I really bother about my parasites?? it could ...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 1.38) - Michel de Montaigne

... caress only to strangle us, like those thieves the Egyptians called Philistae; if the headache should come before drunkenness, we should have a care of drinking too much; but pleasure, to deceive us, marches before and conceals her ...

Cooper v. Aaron - The Supreme Court of the United States

... looseviolence and defiance employed and encouraged by those upon whom the duty of law observance should have the strongest claimnor by submitting to it under whatever guise employed. Only the constructive use ...

DeFunis v. Odegaard - The Supreme Court of the United States

... l) any other indicators that serve the objective stated above. .....6. Because certain ethnic groups in our society *347 have historically been limited in their access to the legal profession and because the resulting underrepresentation ...

DeShaney v. Winnebago County Dept. of Social Servs. - The Supreme Court of the United States

... protect him against a risk of violence at his father's hands of which they knew or should have known. The District Court granted summary judgment for respondents. The Court of Appeals for the ...

House v. Bell - The Supreme Court of the United States

... process such a claim? in this case.? Id., at 768. Four dissenting judges argued the court should have reached the merits, rather than certifying questions to the state court; these judges asserted that ...

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INS v. Chadha - The Supreme Court of the United States

... Assembly in his native Virginia had not been prevented from assuming judicial power, and " `[t]hey have accordingly in many instances decided rights which should have been left to judiciary controversy.' "[3] The Federalist No. 48, supra, at 336 (emphasis in original ...

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

... , 1978. The hearing opened, apparently at the judge's instance, with a discussion of whether Ms. Lassiter should have more time in which to find legal assistance. *22 Since the court concluded that she " ...

Roe v. Wade - The Supreme Court of the United States

... reasons for which a physician and his pregnant patient might decide that she should have an abortion in the early stages of pregnancy. Courts sustaining state laws have held that the State's determinations to protect health or prenatal life are dominant ...

Schlup v. Delo - The Supreme Court of the United States

... of proof represents an attempt to instruct the factfinder concerning the degree of confidence our society thinks he should have in the correctness of factual conclusions for a particular type of adjudication." In re Winship, 397 U. S., ...

Wainwright v. Sykes - The Supreme Court of the United States

... first contends that any discussion as to the effect that noncompliance with a state procedural rule should have on the availability of federal habeas is quite unnecessary because in his view Florida did ...

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World-Wide Volkswagen Corp. v. Woodson - The Supreme Court of the United States

... for the consequences of their actions and that in our society most actions have consequences affecting many States. When an action in fact causes injury in another State, the actor should be prepared to answer for it there unless defending ...

Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer - The Supreme Court of the United States

... compelled to do so. On this basis it is argued that equity's extraordinary injunctive relief should have been denied because (a) seizure of the companies' properties did not inflict irreparable damages, [343 U.S. 579, ...

Typee (Chap. 26) - Herman Melville

... burden. But so it is. They have been literally broken into the traces, and are harnessed to the vehicles of their spiritual instructors like so many dumb brutes! . . . . . . . Lest the slightest misconception should arise from anything thrown out in this ...

On The Sufferings of The World - Arthur Schopenhauer

... misery that, were it not repugnant to the Christian religion, I should venture to affirm that if evil spirits exist at all, they have posed into human form and are now atoning for their crimes.[4] And true Christianity?using the word ...

Phaedrus (Full Text) - Plato

... fancying that every one is leagued against him. Wherefore also he debars his beloved from society; he will not have you intimate with the wealthy, lest they should exceed him in wealth, or with men of education, lest they ...

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The Republic (Book 8) - Plato

... all, man and State alike, tyranny and the tyrant; these we have now to consider. Quite true, he said. Say then, my friend, in what manner does tyranny arise? --that it has a democratic origin is evident. Clearly. And does not ...

Politics (Book. 7) - Aristotle

... want of subsistence. As to common meals, there is a general agreement that a well ordered city should have them; and we will hereafter explain what are our own reasons for taking this view. ...

A Tale of a Tub (Chap. 9) - Jonathan Swift

... to receive your penny, and immediately upon receipt withdraws to his former occupations. Now is it not amazing to think the society of Warwick Lane {136} should have no more concern for the recovery of so useful a member, who, if ...

Man the Reformer - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... , and begins to prophesy!' It cannot be wondered at, that this general inquest into abuses should arise in the bosom of society, when one considers the practical impediments that stand in the way of virtuous young men. ...

New England Reformers - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... with languages, his body with inoffensive and comely manners. So have we cunningly hid the tragedy of limitation and inner death we cannot avert. Is it strange that society should be devoured by a secret melancholy, which breaks through all its ...

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Plato; Or, The Philosopher - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... impatience of miles when we are in a hurry; but it is still best that a mile should have seventeen hundred and sixty yards. The great-eyed Plato proportioned the lights and shades after ...

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

... impatience of miles when we are in a hurry; but it is still best that a mile should have seventeen hundred and sixty yards. The great-eyed Plato proportioned the lights and shades after ...

Heart of Darkness (Section I) - Joseph Conrad

... every 'agent' in the station, he was heard to say, 'Men who come out here should have no entrails.' He sealed the utterance with that smile of his, as though it had ...

Heart of Darkness (Section II) - Joseph Conrad

... be out of it. We must help them to stay in that beautiful world of their own, lest ours gets worse. Oh, she had to be out of it. You should have heard the disinterred body of Mr. Kurtz saying ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 11) - Joseph Conrad

... of forgetfulness stimulated Mrs Verloc?s intelligence. She began to perceive certain consequences which would have surprised Mr Verloc. There was no need for her now to stay there, in that kitchen, in that house, with that man?since the boy ...

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My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 24) - Frederick Douglass

... speeches in Great Britain were wholly extemporaneous, and I may not always have been so guarded in my expressions, as I otherwise should have been. I was ten years younger then than now, and only seven years from slavery. I cannot give the reader ...

What the Black Man Wants - Frederick Douglass

... . It would do me no great violence. Mingling with the mass, I should partake of the strength of the mass; I should be supported by the mass, and I should have the same incentives to endeavor with the mass of my fellow-men ...

Wuthering Heights (Chap. 17) - Emily Brontë

... at once. ??What is ther to do, now? what is ther to do, now?? ??There?s this to do,? thundered Heathcliff, ?that your master?s mad; and should he last another month, I?ll have him to an asylum. And how the devil ...

Wuthering Heights (Chap. 21) - Emily Brontë

... the dead villain could rise from his grave to abuse me for his offspring?s wrongs, I should have the fun of seeing the said offspring fight him back again, indignant that he ...

Life with Albertine(Chap. 1.2) - Marcel Proust

... : ?Why did you not stare at her?? And yet I knew quite well, or at least I should have known, if I had not chosen to believe Albertine?s assertions rather than all the trivialities contained ...

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Mademoiselle De Forcheville(Chap. 2) - Marcel Proust

... which there was more charm than suffering. And indeed I was quite well aware now that before I forgot her altogether, before I reached the initial stage of indifference, I should have, like a traveller who returns by the same route to his starting-point ...

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

... thee. As soon as this letter shall fall into thy hands, do thou arise without stay and delay and apply thyself to that we would have of thee with all diligence and beware with all wariness of transgressing her commandment ...

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