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I and My Chimney - Herman Melville

... , and all his cardinals?yet what is there perfect in this world? Caius Julius Caesar, had he not been so inordinately great, they say that Brutus, Cassius, Antony, and the rest, had been greater. My chimney, were it not so ...

Billy Budd (Chap. 19) - Herman Melville

... Claggart in the matter of the arrested allusion was quickly followed up by this: "You say that there is at least one dangerous man aboard. Name him." "William Budd. A foretopman, Your Honor-" "William Budd," repeated Captain Vere with unfeigned astonishment ...

Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street - Herman Melville

... than truth when I say that, on his own account, he occasioned me uneasiness. If he would but have named a single relative or friend, I would instantly have written, and urged their taking the poor fellow away to some convenient retreat. But ...

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The Piazza Tales (Bartleby) - Herman Melville

... than truth when I say that, on his own account, he occasioned me uneasiness. If he would but have named a single relative or friend, I would instantly have written, and urged their taking the poor fellow away to some convenient retreat. But ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... deceptions and mirages should be met. That Cowley linked his name with this self-transforming and bemocking isle, suggests the possibility that it conveyed to him some meditative image of himself. At least, as is not impossible, if he were ...

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

... be good at sharpening a lance, mend that pen, will ye. My jack-knife here needs the grindstone. That's he; thank ye, Bildad. Now then, my young man, Ishmael's thy name, didn't ye say? Well then, down ye go here, Ishmael ...

The Confidence-Man (Chap. 45) - Herman Melville

... it away, I beg, if only because of the trouble it breeds you."         "No; it's troublesome, but I think I'll keep it.?Stay, now, here's another sign. It says that, if the bill is good, it must have in one corner, mixed ...

The Confidence-Man (Chap. 22) - Herman Melville

... ?a course of five and thirty boys, proves to me that boyhood is a natural state of rascality."         "Save us, save us!"         "Yes, sir, yes. My name is Pitch; I stick to what I say. I speak from fifteen years' experience; five and thirty boys ...

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The Confidence-Man (Chap. 3) - Herman Melville

... , indigence, and houselessness, so cheerily endured, raising mirth in some of that crowd, whose own purses, hearths, hearts, all their possessions, sound limbs included, could not make gay.         "What is your name, old boy?" said a purple-faced drover, putting his ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 99: The Doubloon) - Herman Melville

... , you look, he looks; we look, ye look, they look." "Upon my soul, he's been studying Murray's Grammar! Improving his mind, Poor fellow! But what's that he says now--hist!" "I look, you look, he looks; we look, ye look, they ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 17: The Ramadan) - Herman Melville

... to supper. After sitting a long time listening to the long stories of some sailors who had just come from a plum-pudding voyage, as they called it (that is, a short whaling-voyage in a schooner or brig, confined to the north of ...

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