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Passing (Part 1: Encounter) - Nella Larsen

... Clare laughed, her spark of anger vanished as quickly as it had appeared. "Of course," she declared, "that's what everybody wants, just a little more money, even the people who have it. And I must say I don't blame ...

Passing (Part 3: Finale) - Nella Larsen

... pleasant impenetrable reflection. To Irene, sitting expectantly upright, it was an interminable time before she dragged herself back to the present to say calmly: I'd do what I want to do more than anything else right now. I'd come up here to live ...

Carmen - Ch. 3 - Prosper Merimee

... once, that you and I were to end our lives together. Pshaw! what must be, will be!' and she rattled her castanets, as was her way when she wanted to drive away some worrying thought. "One runs on when one is ...

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Kate Chopin's “The Awakening: Chapters 20-24” - Ms. Nauss

... her stay among her own people for a while; it will do her good." "That's what I want her to do. She won't go to the marriage. She says a wedding is one of the most lamentable spectacles on earth. Nice thing for ...

She Does It Best - God-Des And She Play

... God-des she does it bestIts the G-O-D the D-E-S She does it best Yes God-des she does it best It's the G-O-D it's god-des) I'm not H to the izzle I'm D to the dizzay I called up Macy Grey but she forgot what to ...

Cut Glass Bowl - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... assured her eagerly. "He's brainy, Clarence is. Ideas and enthusiasm, you know. Finds out what he wants and then goes and gets it." Evylyn nodded. She was wondering if the men were still drinking punch back in the dining-room ...

Light in August (Chapter 12) - William Faulkner

... has worn the other out, seen that she was getting nowhere. She sees now that what she wants, needs, is a man. She wants a man by night; what he does by daylight does not matter.? He should have realised then the ...

Names of People (Chapter 1) - Marcel Proust

... pointed to the waiting carriage, as who should say: ?A fine pair, eh!? though what she actually muttered was: ?What an old rattle-trap!? but principally because she knew that he would be bound to answer, putting his hand to his ...

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She Want She Want - Tesla Play

... want she want - still want everything She want all, you bet she want all She want she want - she want anything She want she want - anything and everything She want all, what does she want, she want, she want, she ...

Red Wind - Chapter 2 - Raymond Chandler

... ," I pleaded. "What in hell did you take the apartment down on the floor below for? Just to meet a guy down on the street?" "Stop being silly," she snapped. "I didn't. I lied. It's his apartment." "Joseph Coates'?" She nodded sharply. "Does my ...

Grief And Oblivion (Chap. 1) - Marcel Proust

... what she herself desires; she does not in the least insist upon that freedom upon which, moreover, by offering her every day some fresh pleasure, I should easily succeed in imposing, day by day, a further restriction. No, what Albertine has wanted ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 4) - Richard F. Burton

... morning, without his having won a single game, when he suddenly sprang to his feet. Quoth she, "What wilt thou do, O Masrur?"; and quoth he, "I mean to go to my lodging and fetch ...

Kate Chopin's “The Awakening: Chapters 15-19” - Ms. Nauss

... a glass vase from the table and flung it upon the tiles of the hearth. She wanted to destroy something. The crash and clatter were what she wanted to hear. A maid, alarmed at the din of breaking glass, entered the room ...

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Mauprat - Ch. 6 - George Sand

... ?come!" I seemed as if awakened from a dream, and, I confess, the awakening was not a little painful. "What does this mean?" I asked, as I rose to my feet. "Are you still jesting with me? Do ...

She Rock - Lessie Does

... to hippie I'll tell you again She makes her own style And I like her because She likes to rock She likes to rock She don't follow all the rules She does what she wants Even if it ain't cool I don ...

She Says What She Means - Sloan Play

... she means what she says and she says what she means When she says that I'm mean, does she mean what she says? And she says what she means, and she means what she says And she says what she means ...

Venus and Adonis - William Shakespeare

... thou a woman's son, and canst not feel What 'tis to love? how want of love tormenteth? O, had thy mother borne so hard a mind, She had not brought forth thee, but died unkind. 'What am I, that thou shouldst contemn me this ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 5.2) - Thomas Hardy

... the table and shaded his face with his hand; and the mother looked as if she wondered how a man could want more of what had stung him so deeply. "She was going to Alderworth when you first met her?" "No ...

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

... praise For Arthur, blameless King and stainless man?' She answered with a low and chuckling laugh: 'Man! is he man at all, who knows and winks? Sees what his fair bride is and does, and winks? By which the good King ...

Winter Dreams - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... most direct and unprincipled personality with which he had ever come in contact. Whatever Judy wanted, she went after with the full pressure of her charm. There was no divergence of method, ...

Under Western Eyes (Chap. 2) - Joseph Conrad

... over, later on, while I walked slowly away from the Boulevard des Philosophes, I asked myself critically, what precisely was it that she wanted to know? What I had heard of her history was enough to give me a clue. In the educational establishment ...

Light in August (Chapter 8) - William Faulkner

... him at last, in the dirty apron, speaking past the cigarette: ?What is it? What does he want?? ?He says he owes Bobbie a nickel,? the woman said. ?He wants to give Bobbie a nickel.? Her voice was quiet. The proprietor?s voice ...

The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson (Chap. 8) - Mark Twain

... gaze until the victim of it had become satisfactorily pallid with terror, then he said:         "What does the old rip want with me?"         The petition was meekly repeated.         "Who gave you permission to come and disturb ...

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

... , "Know, O Miriam, that thy father, the King of France, hath written to me anent thee. What sayst thou?" She replied, "O Vicar of Allah on His earth and Executor of the precepts of His prophet ...

Main Street (Chapter XXIV) - Sinclair Lewis

... familiar than a dozen other clerks of the town, but her nerves were heat-scorched. When she asked for codfish, for supper, he grunted, ?What d'you want that darned old dry stuff for?? ?I like it!? ?Punk! Guess the doc can afford ...

Better Days Will Come - Pam Weaver

... men,? said Grace.        ?Oh, Mum,? said Bonnie turning slightly to lift the lid. ?I already know what?s inside. I just wanted to show you, that?s all.?        Grace caught a glimpse of some kind of locket on a chain ...

I Bet She Does - Slaid Cleaves Play

... it in her eyes and besides She told me so Is there anything You want to whisper to her Now that she wants again what once was She says she misses you.â I bet she does I wonât deny that I still think ...

Independent Queen - Drake Play

... lights downtown every night, Never has to think twice, Only does what she likes, What she wants, what she needs, She's my independent queen! What she wants, what she needs, She's my independent queen! Don't forget that fendi purse that ...

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What She Is (Is A Women In Love) - Earl Thomas Conley Play

... only what she wants to And what she has, she thinks is enough And what she does is just look at the good things And what she is, is a woman in love What she sees is only what she wants ...

What She Is (Is Woman In Love) - Earl Thomas Conley Play

... only what she wants to And what she has, she thinks is enough And what she does, is just look at the good things And what she is, is a woman in love What she sees, is only what she wants ...

Jude the Obscure (Chap. 6.3) - Thomas Hardy

... the paving. "Sue!" he whispered. Something white disclosed itself; she had turned up her face. "What?do you want with me here, Jude?" she said almost sharply. "You shouldn't come! I wanted to be alone! Why did you intrude here?" "How ...

The Idiot Boy - William Wordsworth

... , She lifts the knocker, rap, rap, rap, The doctor at the casement shews, His glimmering eyes that peep and doze; And one hand rubs his old night-cap. "Oh Doctor! Doctor! where's my Johnny?" "I'm here, what is't you want with ...

Benaz - Riz Ahmed

... honor Some of them knew her cousin, so they grassed her properly To the family. What Daddy did could pass for horror She lost use of her right eye Eats through a straw Right leg in a plaster at the ...

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Euthydemus - Plato

... which we have very much at heart. Thus I spoke, Crito, and was all attention to what was coming. I wanted to see how they would approach the question, and where they would start in their ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.11) - Joseph Conrad

... . And perhaps she is. I dare say she would make eyes at anybody." Dr. Monygham said nothing of this to Mrs. Gould, the providence of the Viola family, but reverted to what he called "our great Nostromo." "What I wanted to tell ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 11) - Joseph Conrad

... confoundedly hard, he thought to himself. It was all the fault of that damned Heat. What did he want to upset the woman for? But she mustn?t be allowed, for her own good, to carry on so till ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 12) - Joseph Conrad

... chiselled out of a block of black stone. It was impossible to say what she knew, how deep she was involved with policemen and Embassies. But if she wanted to get away, it was not for him to object. He was ...

The Mysterious Stranger and Other Stories (Chap. 5) - Mark Twain

... stood looking at the creature and nodding her head wonderingly, her anger quite forgotten.         "What's come over it?" she said. "Awhile ago it could hardly walk."         "You have not seen a kitten of that breed ...

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

... not feel, she does not know, that she is preparing a poison which will destroy us both; and I drink deeply of the draught which is to prove my destruction. What mean those looks of kindness with which she often?often? no ...

An Artist's Story (Chap. 2) - Anton Chekhov

... and did not in my pictures portray the privations of the peasants, and that, as she fancied, I was indifferent to what she put such faith in. I remember when I was travelling on the banks of Lake Baikal, I met a ...

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