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Ms. T U.S. Lit. P4 // The Great Gatsby Chapter 6 - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... chance of catching a glimpse of Daisy?s name.? It was dark now, and as we dipped under a little bridge I put my arm around Jordan?s golden shoulder and drew her toward me and asked her to dinner. Suddenly I wasn?t thinking of Daisy ...

The Great Gatsby (Chapter IV) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... chance of catching a glimpse of Daisy?s name.? It was dark now, and as we dipped under a little bridge I put my arm around Jordan?s golden shoulder and drew her toward me and asked her to dinner. Suddenly I wasn?t thinking of Daisy ...

The Lady of the Lake - Canto II - Sir Walter Scott

... , dazzled by the eastern glow, Such startler cast his glance below, And saw unmeasured depth around, And heard unintermitted sound, And thought the battled fence so frail, It waved like cobweb in the gale; Amid his senses' giddy wheel, Did ...

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter IV)” - Sarah Redmond

... chance of catching a glimpse of Daisy?s name.? It was dark now, and as we dipped under a little bridge I put my arm around Jordan?s golden shoulder and drew her toward me and asked her to dinner. Suddenly I wasn?t thinking of Daisy ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter IV)” - CDube

... chance of catching a glimpse of Daisy?s name.? It was dark now, and as we dipped under a little bridge I put my arm around Jordan?s golden shoulder and drew her toward me and asked her to dinner. Suddenly I wasn?t thinking of Daisy ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter IV)” (2) - CDube

... chance of catching a glimpse of Daisy?s name.? It was dark now, and as we dipped under a little bridge I put my arm around Jordan?s golden shoulder and drew her toward me and asked her to dinner. Suddenly I wasn?t thinking of Daisy ...

House of the Seven Gables (Chap. 19) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... , I should not mind knocking; but Miss Hepzibah, likely as not, would scowl down at me out of the window, and look cross, even if she felt pleasantly. So, I'll come back at noon." With these reflections, the old man was ...

Burning Bright - Ray Bradbury

... your head, listening. First I thought you had a Seashell. But when you turned clever later, I wondered. We'll trace this and drop it on your friend." "No! " said Montag. He twitched the safety catch on the ...

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COVID Relief Freestyle - Watsky

... tackled on the ground My fuckin' whole brood around me And I got my whole butt out He's like damn I guess I'll put this knife away Cut-out Cut it out like on Full House John Stamos John Stains-Most in ...

Kimchi or Partial List of Misappropriated Hood Ornaments - Ben Brooks

... than we already are, and attempted to embrace me. I kicked him in the shin. I told him they were the worst, and I was the worst, and the paintings would be used as fuel for a colossal bonfire around which I would dance naked ...

Chapter 13 - Sinclair Lewis

... black felt hat on the ground, rolled up his sleeves, climbed upon the sundial, spat, and bellowed:     "We'll tell the world, and the good lady who's giving the show this afternoon, that the bonniest burg in this ...

Chapter 29 - Sinclair Lewis

... to the house to-night, Louetta Swanson and some other live ones, and I'm going to open up a bottle of pre-war gin, and maybe we'll dance a while. Why don't you drop in and jazz it up a little, just for ...

When The Sun Took A Day Off And The Moon Stood Still - Freestyle Fellowship Play

... with the wetness Then the evening sang The birds ??? And stayed thought the noon A piano plays a tune in which a woman's voice softly croons Adamantly She yells uncharacteristically 'dance with me you fool' Well not only was I introduced But apparently being ...

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When the Sun Took a Day Off and the Moon Stood Still - Self Jupiter

... went from wetness down to the evening Sang the birds ??? and stayed thought the noon A piano plays a tune in which a woman's voice softly croons Adamantly, she yells uncharacteristically "dance with me you fool" Well not only was I introduced but Apparently ...

In Memoriam A.H.H. (Full) - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... decease, How dare we keep our Christmas-eve; Which brings no more a welcome guest To enrich the threshold of the night With shower'd largess of delight In dance and song and game and jest? Yet go, and while the holly ...

The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... hot,? she complained. ?You go. We?ll ride around and meet you after.? With an effort her wit rose faintly, ?We?ll meet you on some corner. I?ll be the man smoking two cigarettes.? ?We can?t argue about it here ...

The Great Gatsby (Chapter VIII) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... than that?I didn?t want to leave Gatsby. I missed that train, and then another, before I could get myself away. ?I?ll call you up,? I said finally. ?Do, old sport.? ?I?ll call you about noon.? We walked slowly down the steps. ?I suppose Daisy ...

The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII - zapFV) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... hot,? she complained. ?You go. We?ll ride around and meet you after.? With an effort her wit rose faintly, ?We?ll meet you on some corner. I?ll be the man smoking two cigarettes.? ?We can?t argue about it here ...

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The Lottery - Shirley Jackson

... the box while one of the women said, "Go on, Janey," and another said, "There she goes." "We're next," Mrs. Graves said. She watched while Mr. Graves came around from the side of the box, greeted Mr. Summers gravely ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 4) - Mark Twain

... and longitude, noon every day; and how many miles we made last twenty-four hours; and all the domino games I beat and horse billiards; and whales and sharks and porpoises; and the text of the sermon Sundays (because that'll ...

Wuthering Heights (Chap. 17) - Emily Brontë

... to following with Hareton, he lifted the unfortunate child on to the table and muttered, with peculiar gusto, ?Now, my bonny lad, you are mine! And we?ll see if one tree won?t grow as crooked as another, with the ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII)” - Sarah Redmond

... hot,? she complained. ?You go. We?ll ride around and meet you after.? With an effort her wit rose faintly, ?We?ll meet you on some corner. I?ll be the man smoking two cigarettes.? ?We can?t argue about it here ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII)” - CDube

... hot,? she complained. ?You go. We?ll ride around and meet you after.? With an effort her wit rose faintly, ?We?ll meet you on some corner. I?ll be the man smoking two cigarettes.? ?We can?t argue about it here ...

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII)” (2) - CDube

... hot,? she complained. ?You go. We?ll ride around and meet you after.? With an effort her wit rose faintly, ?We?ll meet you on some corner. I?ll be the man smoking two cigarettes.? ?We can?t argue about it here ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter VIII)” - CDube

... than that?I didn?t want to leave Gatsby. I missed that train, and then another, before I could get myself away. ?I?ll call you up,? I said finally. ?Do, old sport.? ?I?ll call you about noon.? We walked slowly down the steps. ?I suppose Daisy ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby (Chapter VIII)” (2) - CDube

... than that?I didn?t want to leave Gatsby. I missed that train, and then another, before I could get myself away. ?I?ll call you up,? I said finally. ?Do, old sport.? ?I?ll call you about noon.? We walked slowly down the steps. ?I suppose Daisy ...

Shirley Jackson's “The Lottery” - Mrs. Hammond

... the box while one of the women said. "Go on. Janey," and another said, "There she goes." "We're next." Mrs. Graves said. She watched while Mr. Graves came around from the side of the box, greeted Mr. Summers gravely ...

Main Street (Chapter IX) - Sinclair Lewis

... , don't you go sticking your coffin nail in my i-scream,? ?Oh you Batty, how juh like dancing with Tillie McGuire, last night? Some squeezing, heh, kid?? By diligent consultation of American fiction ...

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Hip Hop Teddybear - Raven-Symoné Play

... Bear Hip Hop Teddy Bear Hickory dickory dock yes yes ya'll and we dont stop left foot right foot any foot at all lets get on the dance floor at this palace ball little Jack corner just sits in ...

The Basis Of Dubenglazy While Dirk Does The Dance - Yezda Urfa Play

... a bed Verse 2 Won't you come to dinner, we'll be sure and pick a winner and abroad a pickled limo for sale Promise you will do it, find your life before they screw it like the little lasting liken George Beak Nineteenth ...

Monte Carlo - Diane Cluck Play

... fucking under the stars we watched them dancing like mermen on fire til' cops came and chased them away in their cars we watched them run in monte carlo we watched them and we laid low and my girl is ...

Worn Out Tune - Elizabeth & The Catapult Play

... . Found in the morning and we're lost by noon, here today, gone too soon. Close the curtains and I'll make you mine, dance to this samba baby, one more time. Sounds to me we're like a worn out tune ...

It's Definitely Gonna Be Great, Hopfully - Itchy Poopzkid Play

... there baby put your best shoes on We'll be dancing, dancing to the brak of dawn Even the bouncer smiles no need to start a fight I am on the guestlist every single night And these are the words I carefully planned ...

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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner In Seven Parts, from Sibylline Leaves (1817) - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

... : Nor shapes of men nor beasts we ken-- The ice was all between. The ice was here, the ice was there,The ice was all around: It cracked and growled, and roar'd and howl'd, Like noises in a swound! At length ...

C.O.B. Cypher 2013 - C.O.B

... pussies so of course they must be kitten Fuck your writtens, I sleep on em like tough decisions I'll drop a ho, if you wanna dance there'll be a ho-down You're a rickety bridge, when I run across you it's gonna go ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 81: The Pequod Meets The Virgin) - Herman Melville

... ?" "Oh! see the suds he makes!" cried Flask, dancing up and down?"What a hump?Oh, DO pile on the beef?lays like a log! Oh! my lads, DO spring?slap-jacks and quahogs for supper, you know, my lads?baked clams ...

Nu Sounds - MC Tee

... rocks around the clock until we depart A hard night, I play my cards right 'Cause my lyric is strong until the break of dawn Just joy, in your noise Of this function of this junction Just do your slow dance and ...

The Lady of the Lake - Canto IV - Sir Walter Scott

... man the Trosachs' shaggy glen; Within Loch Katrine's gorge we'll fight, All in our maids' and matrons' sight, Each for his hearth and household fire, Father for child, and son for sire Lover for maid beloved!--But why Is ...

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“My Kinsman, Major Molineux” - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... , dull face on Robin, and displayed a long staff, spiked at the end. "Home, vagabond, home!" said the watchman, in accents that seemed to fall asleep as soon as they were uttered. "Home, or we'll set you in the stocks ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 1) - Richard F. Burton

... rolled their          heads as a ball is thrown? Now I'll drive and harry the land Irak[FN#15] * And like rain          I'll shower the blood of fone; And lay hands on Ghanb and his men, whose doom * To the wise a          warning ...

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