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All The King's Men- Chapter 1 - Robert Penn Warren

... white metal squares set on metal rods, with the skull and crossbones on them to mark the spot. For this is the country where the age of internal combustion engine has come into its own. Where every boy is Barney ...

Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter VI. Birds - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... enough to play the fool; And to do that well craves a kind of wit: He must observe their mood on whom he jests, The quality of persons, and the time, And, like the haggard, check at every feather That comes ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 1) - Martin Luther

... .) Paul loses no time in defending himself against the charge that he had thrust himself into the ministry. He says to the Galatians: "My call may seem inferior to you. But those who have come to you are either called ...

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Nostromo (Chap. 2.7) - Joseph Conrad

... be used for Montero's defeat. Nostromo galloped furiously back towards the town. He has been long gone already. This delay gives me time to talk to you. By the time this pocket-book reaches your hands much will have happened ...

Phaedo (Full Text) - Plato

... friend, if this is true, there is great reason to hope that, going whither I go, when I have come to the end of my journey, I shall attain that which has been the pursuit of my life. And therefore I go on my ...

Burning Bright - Ray Bradbury

... from sleep a few minutes ago by the frantic sirening of their living-room walls to come watch the big game, the hunt, the one-man carnival. Would he have time for a speech? As the Hound seized him, in view of ...

The Path of the Law - Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

... help of jurisprudence; next, to discover from history how it has come to be what it is; and finally, so far as you can, to consider the ends which the several rules seek to accomplish, the reasons why those ends ...

E.M. Forster's “The Machine Stops” - Migliacc

... I want you to come. Pay me a visit, so that we can meet face to face, and talk about the hopes that are in my mind." She replied that she could scarcely spare the time for a visit. "The air-ship barely ...

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The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 4.3) - Thucydides

... wheresoever they may have come to act as enemies do. And if any one has taken up with the idea in question for reasons of safety, it is high time for him to change his mind. The party attacked, whose ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 1) - Herodotus

... had been divided by factions, they commanded to be obedient to these men. 30. The Parians then had thus reformed the Milesians; but at the time of which I speak evils began to come to Ionia from these States 17 in ...

King Arthur: Book 5 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... chiefs of the coming Saxons, and enjoins the beacon fires to be lighted?The story returns to Arthur?The dove has not been absent, though unseen?It comes back to Arthur?The priest leads the King through the sepulchral valley ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... has but once been associated with humanity, they still awaken in us some thoughts of sympathy, however sad. Hence, even the Dead Sea, along with whatever other emotions it may at times inspire, does not fail to touch in the ...

Heart of Darkness (Section III) - Joseph Conrad

... her head, as though in an uncontrollable desire to touch the sky, and at the same time the swift shadows darted out on the earth, swept around on the river, gathering the steamer into a shadowy embrace. A formidable silence hung over ...

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Madame Swann at Home (Chapter 1) - Marcel Proust

... two actresses whom I had been for some minutes admiring bore not the least resemblance to her whom I had come to hear. But at the same time all my pleasure had ceased; in vain might I strain towards Berma?s eyes, ears, mind ...

Biographia Literaria (Ch. 12) - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

... fatalists or necessitarians; some of whom had perverted metaphysical reasonings to the denial of the mysteries and indeed of all the peculiar doctrines of Christianity; and others even to the subversion of all distinction between right and wrong. I would request ...

The Ponds - Henry David Thoreau

... ribbed bottom, which was strewed with the wrecks of the forest. Formerly I had come to this pond adventurously, from time to time, in dark summer nights, with a companion, and, making a fire close to the water's edge, which we thought attracted ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.9) - Joseph Conrad

... of access. He imparted his trouble to Nostromo, and concluded? "Do you know what, Capataz? I think that when the time comes and some information must be given, I shall indicate the Great Isabel. That is the best place I can think of ...

Walking (Full Text) - Henry David Thoreau

... his harness behind in the stable. I would say to the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, sometimes,?Go to grass. You have eaten hay long enough. The spring has come with its green crop. The very cows are driven ...

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Nostromo (Chap. 2.5) - Joseph Conrad

... jealousy. But they'll come to an agreement some day?and by the time we've settled our quarrels and become decent and honourable, there'll be nothing left for us. It has always been the same. We are a wonderful ...

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

... , and no other, is my true reason for assuming a personal relation with the public. In accomplishing the main purpose, it has appeared allowable, by a few extra touches, to give a faint representation of a mode of life not heretofore described, together with ...

The Six Enneads - 5 - Plotinus

... either been wholly of its reasoning part or has come from the Intellectual-Principle in the sense that the soul, possessing that principle as immanent to its being, has an inborn desire of intellectual activity and of movement in general ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 8.2) - Thucydides

... at the time that the Four Hundred were conspiring. That part of the Samian population which has been mentioned as rising against the upper class, and as being the democratic party, had now turned round, and yielding to the solicitations ...

The Republic (Book 8) - Plato

... I suspect, is commonly the process. What is the process? When a young man who has been brought up as we were just now describing, in a vulgar and miserly way, has tasted drones' honey and has come to associate with fierce and ...

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King Arthur: Book 11 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... way; The moonlight rested on the domes of gold; No warder peals alarum from the keep, And Death comes mute, as on the realm of Sleep; XL. When, as their ladders touched the ruined wall, And to the van, high ...

Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter XI. Customs Connected with the Calendar - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... Valentine's day, with its many customs, has come down to us from the Romans, but was fathered upon St Valentine in the earlier ages of the Church in order to Christianise it. In France the Valentine was a moveable feast, celebrated ...

Milton: A Poem - William Blake

... instruments of music in the dance. To touch each other & recede: to cross & change & return. These are the Children of Los. Thou seest the Trees on mountains: The wind blows heavy, loud they thunder thro' the darksom sky. Uttering prophecies ...

Heart of Darkness (Section II) - Joseph Conrad

... ; that Kurtz had apparently intended to return himself, the station being by that time bare of goods and stores, but after coming three hundred miles, had suddenly decided to go back, which he started to do alone in a small dugout ...

Life Of Sylla - Plutarch

... shelter; and it so happened he was at this time entertaining a design to betray him. He accordingly invited Sylla to come to him, wishing the seizure and surrender of Jugurtha to be effected rather through him, than directly by himself ...

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From A to Screen - Johanna Drucker

... visual awkwardnesses, for the fattening of the ankles or swelling of the bellies or filled-in counters, the designer has to chisel away bits of the letter at a microscale so that the projected light coming through the film strip negative ...

The History Of The SCP Foundation - The SCP Foundation

... left and right. People are competing for the funniest and most imaginative decoms. And it all comes to a head with Duke till Dawn, the most over the top decom report of all time. And that's when it hits us: we ...

Cratylus (Full Text) - Plato

... Hesiod, I would have gone on and tried more conclusions of the same sort on the remoter ancestors of the Gods,?then I might have seen whether this wisdom, which has come to me all in an instant, I know not whence, will ...

Phaedrus (Full Text) - Plato

... instruction of posterity. But he who, having no touch of the Muses? madness in his soul, comes to the door and thinks that he will get into the temple by the help of art?he, I say, and his poetry are ...

The Conduct of Life (Chap. 8) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... it ought to be, or whether he has a nose at all: whether his legs are straight, or whether his legs are amputated; his deformities will come to be reckoned ornamental, and advantageous on the whole. This is the triumph of ...

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Nostromo (Chap. 1.8) - Joseph Conrad

... Guzman Bento's time?had cleared respectfully out of his house with his three pretty daughters, to make room for the foreign senora and their worships the Caballeros. All he asked Charles Gould (whom he took for a mysterious and official person ...

Venice(Chap. 3) - Marcel Proust

... of her for a moment? It has been the desire of my life.?     ?Then there is no time to lose, Madame, for she will soon have finished her dinner. But how do you come to take such an interest in her ...

Life Of Phocion - Plutarch

... Phocion, also, got the reputation of a good commander. The victory was gained at the time of the Great Mysteries, and Chabrias used to keep the commemoration of it by distributing wine among the Athenians, yearly, on the sixteenth day of ...

The Life of Alexander (Part 1 of 7) - Plutarch

... be destroyed by the Greeks and come to an end. 5 Encouraged by this prophecy, Alexander hastened to clear up the sea-coast as far as Cilicia and Phoenicia. 6 His rapid passage along the coasts of Pamphylia has afforded many historians ...

Chapter 7: As Long As Grass Grows or Water Runs - Howard Zinn

... of ten thousand, but the Seminoles just faded into the swamps, coming out from time to time to strike at isolated forces. The war went on for years. The army enlisted other Indians to fight the Seminoles. But that didn ...

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

... better or worse statement of its revelations; shall come to trust it entirely, as the only true; to cleave to God against the name of God. When he has once known the oracle he will need no priest. And if ...

Heart of Darkness (Section I) - Joseph Conrad

... . They were called criminals, and the outraged law, like the bursting shells, had come to them, an insoluble mystery from the sea. All their meagre breasts panted together, the violently dilated nostrils quivered, the eyes stared stonily uphill. They passed ...

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