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

... and the clerk in the commissary passed out the black-strap molasses and the sow-belly and wrote in his big book, and the Yankee dollar and the Confederate dumbness collaborated to heal the wounds of four years of fratricidal ...

Chapter I - Robert C. Tucker

... , I only pursued as a subordinate subject along with philosophy and history. In the year 1842-44, as editor of the Rheinische Zeitung1, I experienced for the first time the embarrassment of having to take part in dis-­ cussions on so-called material ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 4) - Martin Luther

... a nation, and she hoped that she would be the mother of this promised nation. But with the passage of the years her hope died out. In order that the promise of God should not be annulled by her barrenness this ...

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The History of Herodotus, Vol I (Chap. 4) - Herodotus

... passed beyond these, others are found who sleep through six months of the year. This I do not admit at all as true. However, the country to the East of the bald-headed men is known with certainty, being inhabited by ...

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

... , I only pursued as a subordinate subject along with philosophy and history. In the year 1842-44, as editor of the Rheinische Zeitung1, I experienced for the first time the embarrassment of having to take part in discussions on so-called material interests ...

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

... , I only pursued as a subordinate subject along with philosophy and history. In the year 1842-44, as editor of the Rheinische Zeitung1, I experienced for the first time the embarrassment of having to take part in discussions on so-called material interests ...

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

... , I only pursued as a subordinate subject along with philosophy and history. In the year 1842-44, as editor of the Rheinische Zeitung1, I experienced for the first time the embarrassment of having to take part in discussions on so-called material interests ...

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

... , I only pursued as a subordinate subject along with philosophy and history. In the year 1842-44, as editor of the Rheinische Zeitung1, I experienced for the first time the embarrassment of having to take part in discussions on so-called material interests ...

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

... , I only pursued as a subordinate subject along with philosophy and history. In the year 1842-44, as editor of the Rheinische Zeitung1, I experienced for the first time the embarrassment of having to take part in discussions on so-called material interests ...

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

... , I only pursued as a subordinate subject along with philosophy and history. In the year 1842-44, as editor of the Rheinische Zeitung1, I experienced for the first time the embarrassment of having to take part in discussions on so-called material interests ...

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

... , I only pursued as a subordinate subject along with philosophy and history. In the year 1842-44, as editor of the Rheinische Zeitung1, I experienced for the first time the embarrassment of having to take part in discussions on so-called material interests ...

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

... are administered, and everything is prosperous. This happy condition, secured by many years of arduous labors, some lunatic might spoil in a moment. This happened in the churches of Galatia which Paul had brought into life in spiritual travail. Soon after ...

Life Of Romulus - Plutarch

... positively pronounced that Romulus was conceived in his mother's womb the first year of the second Olympiad, the twenty-third day of the month the Aegyptians call Choeac, and the third hour after sunset, at which time there was a total ...

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Life Of Theseus - Plutarch

... was sailing out for Athens. But Philochorus gives us the story thus: That at the setting forth of the yearly games by King Minos, Taurus was expected to carry away the prize, as he had done before; and was much ...

Nostromo (Chap. 2.7) - Joseph Conrad

... years. She is one of those old women that you find in this country at the back of huts, crouching over fireplaces, with a stick on the ground by their side, and almost too feeble to drive away the stray dogs ...

The Religious System Of The Amazulu - Part 2 Ancestor Worship - Henry Callaway

... Idhlozi says, 'I will give you corn.'" If they obtain it that year they bless the Amatongo; and at the end of the year40 they return thanks for the corn, which they were promised. It is this which blinds them, and ...

Of the Motives of Pure Practical Reason (Chap. 1.3) - Immanuel Kant

... . There are cases in which men, even with the same education which has been profitable to others, yet show such early depravity, and so continue to progress in it to years of manhood, that they are thought to be born ...

Barn Burning - William Faulkner

... horse thirty years ago,followed the two backs now, since between the two lines of grim-faced men and out of the store and across the worn gallery and down the sagging steps and among the dogs and half-grown ...

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

... seasons may be caused to come round at the due time of the year, the intercalated months will be in number five-and-thirty besides the seventy years; and of these months the days will be one thousand and fifty ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol I (Chap. 3) - Herodotus

... , 39 and of the corslet which Amasis the king of Egypt had sent as a gift to them; for the Samians had carried off the corslet also in the year before they took the bowl; and it was of linen with ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 5 (Chap. 74.2) - Richard F. Burton

... , though I die before thee.' Then he wept and cried, 'Enough for me that I look upon the face of her I love, although it be only once in the year!' And he sighed deeply and repeated these couplets, 'Would Heaven ...

First Aspect. The Idea Subordinated To The Principle Of Sufficient Reason: The Object Of Experience And Science. - Arthur Schopenhauer

... , ease in applying the law of causality, i.e., power of understanding. The greatest, and, in this reference, the most instructive example of stupidity I ever met with, was the case of a totally imbecile boy of about eleven years of age, in an ...

The Descent of Man, “Chapter 7: On the Races of Man” - Charles Darwin

... and other such causes have been highly efficient, and may account for the extraordinary rate of decrease between the years 1832 and 1836; but the most potent of all the causes seems to be lessened fertility. According to Dr. Ruschenberger ...

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Politics (Book. 2) - Aristotle

... legislator has made property common. Let us remember that we should not disregard the experience of ages; in the multitude of years these things, if they were good, would certainly not have been unknown; for almost everything ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 6) - Richard F. Burton

... -in-law, Abdullah of the Land, Wazir of the right and Abdullah the baker Wazir of the left. In such condition the fisherman abode a whole year, every day carrying for the Merman the crate full of fruit and receiving it ...

The Man Who Would Be King - Rudyard Kipling

... , "kaa-pi chayha-yeh" (copy wanted) like tired bees, and most of the paper is as blank as Modred's shield. But that is the amusing part of the year. There are other six months wherein none ever come to call ...

Cape Code: Chapter 10 (Provincetown) - Henry David Thoreau

... it forty miles inland), talking about the ?Great Lake? and the ?hideous swamps about it,? near which the Connecticut and the ?Potomack? took their rise; and among the memorable events of the year 1642 he chronicles Darby Field, an Irishman ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 3) - Herodotus

... by running great risks. We therefore, following their example, are making our march now during the fairest season of the year; and after we have subdued all Europe we shall return back home, neither having met ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 15) - Richard F. Burton

... set food before her; but she said, "O my daughter, I eat naught except of the food of Paradise and I keep continual fast breaking it but five days in the year. But, O my child, I see thee chagrined and desire that thou tell ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 18.1) - Richard F. Burton

... at my hands." Replied the King, "O Wazir, I weep not for monies nor horses nor kingdoms nor aught else, but that I am become an old man, yea, very old, nigh upon an hundred and fourscore years of age, and I have not ...

Life Of Solon - Plutarch

... given way to shameful and desperate sorrow at the loss of a dog or horse; others have borne the death of virtuous children without any extravagant or unbecoming grief, have passed the rest of their lives like men, and according to ...

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

... some granitic beast. Deep stone flues where the water dripped and sang. Tolling in the silence the minutes of the earth and the hours and the days of it and the years without cease. Until they stood in a great stone ...

God's Judgement of White America (The Chickens Come Home to Roost) [Pre-Mecca] - Malcolm X

... had controlled right from the very beginning. So, in the final analysis of the march: It would have to be classified as the best performance of the year; in fact it was the greatest performance of this century. It topped ...

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The Ballot or the Bullet - Malcolm X

... the year of the ballot or the bullet. [applause] Why does it look like it might be the year of the ballot or the bullet? Because Negroes have listened to the trickery and the lies and the false promises of ...

Chapter 9: On the Imperfection of the Geological Record - Charles Darwin

... , however imperfect, of the lapse of years. During each of these years, over the whole world, the land and the water has been peopled by hosts of living forms. What an infinite number of generations, which the mind cannot grasp ...

Politics (Book. 3) - Aristotle

... that no man could hold office who had not retired from business for ten years. But in many states the law goes to the length of admitting aliens; for in some democracies a man is a citizen though his mother only be ...

Heart of Darkness (Section II) - Joseph Conrad

... this poor devil out of the country, and don't bother sending more of that sort. I had rather be alone than have the kind of men you can dispose of with me." It was more than a year ago. Can you imagine ...

Chapter 11 - The Tale of Nur al-Din and His So Badr al-Din Hasan - Richard F. Burton

... estates and set up Persian wheels and planted gardens. When his son Hasan was four years of age, the old Wazir deceased, and he made for his father-in-law a sumptuous funeral ceremony ere ...

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Life Of Pericles - Plutarch

... themselves. Upon this errand there were twenty men, of such as were above fifty years of age, sent by commission; five to summon the Ionians and Dorians in Asia, and the islanders as far as Lesbos and Rhodes; five to ...

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

... And casement gaps, the ghost-like star-beams peer: Welcomed by night and ruin, hollow falls The footstep of a King:?Upon the ear The inexpressible hush of murder lay,? Wide yawned the doors, and not a watch dog?s bay! CXXV. They ...

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