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Twice Told Tales (The Gentle Boy) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... indelible stain of blood is upon the hands of all who consented to this act, but a large share of the awful responsibility must rest upon the person then at the head of the government. He was a man of narrow mind ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 3) - Martin Luther

... them. Paul undertakes to explain the difference between the righteousness of the Law and the righteousness of faith. The righteousness of the Law is the fulfillment of the Law according to the passage: "The man that doeth them shall live ...

West India Emancipation (Speech) - Frederick Douglass

... a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul?" We are to view this grand event in the light of this sublime enquiry. "Men do not live by bread alone," said the great Redeemer. What is true ...

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The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... and continually shifting canopy. The tower is the resort of aquatic birds for hundreds of leagues around. To the north, to the east, to the west, stretches nothing but eternal ocean; so that the man-of-war hawk coming from ...

What Is The Color Of The Soul Of Man - Dawn Landes

... What is the color of the soul of man Black or yellow, white or tan What is the color of the soul of man I asked my daddy and my Uncle Dan What is the color of the soul of man ...

RBMA Paris Lecture - Kindness

... way better. No disrespect to them, but that is the best use of that guitar riff. It was just my eyes opening to what sampling and production could be I guess. At the time, there were other things like Stardust and ...

A Plea for Captain John Brown (Full Text) - Henry David Thoreau

... vain to underrate either the man or his conspiracy.... He is the farthest possible removed from the ordinary ruffian, fanatic, or madman." "All is quiet at Harper's Ferry," say the journals. What is the character of that calm which follows ...

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... boys luxuriated were covered with stuff that resembled duvetyn, but seemed woven in numberless colors of the ends of ostrich feathers. "What a car!" cried John again, in amazement. "This thing?" Percy laughed. "Why, it's just an old ...

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Representative Men: Seven Lectures (Chap. 2) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... not easy to say what is the authentic work of the master, and what is only of his school. Plato, too, like every great man, consumed his own times. What is a great man, but one of great affinities, who takes ...

State of the Union 1957 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

... current events, domestic and foreign, we must take into account the complex entity that is the United States of America; what endangers it; what can improve it.      The visible structure is our American economy itself. After more than a century and ...

What Is The Color Of The Soul - Terri Hendrix Play

... What is the color of the soul of a man? Black or yellow, white or tan What is the color of the soul of a man? Tell me, tell me if you can What is the color of the soul of a man ...

Symbolism in William Blake's Poetry - William Blake

... the wrath of God is the only potent weapon to pierce through the darkness of the forests, representing an entangled soul, to destroy that not-very-weak Satanic combatant that the evil is. In the second stanza, the adult man ...

By Any Means Necessary (Traduction) - Malcolm X

... are dealing with people who are moral or a system that is moral. A man or system which oppresses a man because of his color is not moral. It is the duty of every Afro-American person and every Afro-American community throughout ...

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The Piazza Tales (Bartleby) - Herman Melville

... when at last it is perceived that such pity cannot lead to effectual succor, common sense bids the soul be rid of it. What I saw that morning persuaded me that the scrivener was the victim of innate and incurable disorder ...

English Traits (Chapter 14: Literature) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... to break his mind upon." A taste for plain strong speech, what is called a biblical style, marks the English. It is in Alfred, and the Saxon Chronicle, and in the Sagas of the Northmen. Latimer was homely. Hobbes was perfect in ...

The Conduct of Life (Chap. 6) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... is of much importance what I or any man may say: I am sure that a certain truth will be said through me, though I should be dumb, or though I should try to say the reverse. Nor do I fear skepticism for any good soul ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 4) - Frederick Douglass

... and their ideas, so far as they had ideas to be adopted. The equality of nature is strongly asserted in childhood, and childhood requires children for associates. Color makes no difference with a child. Are you a child with wants, tastes and ...

An Appeal to the Young - Peter Kropotkin

... them for the complete transformation of society. Such is the irrefragable consequence of the analysis we have gone through. That is the logical conclusion which every intelligent man must perforce arrive at, provided that he reasons honestly about what passes ...

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Hieroglyphics vs. Hobo Junction Freestyle Battle - Sway & King Tech

... This is off the top of the dome, I just made it Didn't spend a week writin' I'm comin' tight and you ain't knowin' Casual is the man flowin' You lookin' stupid, go home and loop it This a phat track, now what you ...

By Any Means Necessary - Malcolm X

... are dealing with people who are moral or a system that is moral. A man or system which oppresses a man because of his color is not moral. It is the duty of every Afro-American person and every Afro-American community throughout ...

Nature (Chap. 6) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... up there in heaven, or some god paints the image in the firmament of the soul? The relations of parts and the end of the whole remaining the same, what is the difference, whether land and sea interact, and worlds ...

Society and Solitude (Chap. 4) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... ." 2 No man has a prosperity so high or firm but two or three words can dishearten it. There is no calamity which right words will not begin to redress. Isocrates described his art as " the power of magnifying what was small ...

The Procession of Life - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... the king a brother of the clown. But it is not hard to own that disease is the natural aristocrat. Let him keep his state, and have his established orders of rank, and wear his royal mantle of the color of ...

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The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 45) - Mark Twain

... intelligence to tell wherein one differed from another. A Syrian village is a hive of huts one story high (the height of a man,) and as square as a dry-goods box; it is mud-plastered all over, flat roof and all, and generally ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 19) - Frederick Douglass

... to the past and present, is abhorrent to the human mind; it is to the soul?whose life and happiness is unceasing progress?what the prison is to the body; a blight and mildew, a hell of horrors. The dawning of this ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 24) - Frederick Douglass

... the color of their skin. Whatever may be said of the aristocracies here, there is none based on the color of a man's skin. This species of aristocracy belongs preeminently to "the land of the free, and the home of the ...

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave Chapter 10 - Frederick Douglass

... Harris. The rest of his hands he hired. These consisted of myself, Sandy Jenkins,* and Handy Caldwell. *This is the same man who gave me the roots to prevent my being whipped by Mr. Covey. He was "a clever soul." We ...

What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July? - Frederick Douglass

... crimes will subject a white man to the like punishment. What is this but the acknowledgement that the slave is a moral, intellectual and responsible being? The manhood of the slave is conceded. It is admitted in the fact that Southern statute ...

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The Cattle-Dealers (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... cattle? Eight vanloads? What is to be done now? You are late and I let number fourteen go in the night. What are we to do now?" The young man discreetly takes hold of the fur of Malahin's coat with two ...

Epistle To Henry II - Nostradamus

... higher than the knees. For the clergy there will be but utter desolation. The warlords will usurp what is returned from the City of the Sun, from Malta and the Isles of Hyhres. The great chain of the port which ...

The Piazza Tales (Benito Cereno) - Herman Melville

... poor fellow now, thought the pained American, is the victim of that sad superstition which associates goblins with the deserted body of man, as ghosts with an abandoned house. How unlike are we made! What to me, in like case ...

Politics (Book. 8) - Aristotle

... and unnaturally colored melodies. A man receives pleasure from what is natural to him, and therefore professional musicians may be allowed to practice this lower sort of music before an audience of a lower type. But, for the purposes of education, as ...

Manners (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... to good is what is fair! Which we no sooner see, But with the lines and outward air Our senses taken be. Again yourselves compose, And now put all the aptness on Of Figure, that Proportion Or Color can disclose ...

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Representative Men: Seven Lectures (Chap. 7) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... never rests in a superficial performance, but asks steadily, To what end? A German public asks for a controlling sincerity. Here is activity of thought; but what is it for? What does the man mean? Whence, whence, all these thoughts? Talent alone cannot ...

Feathertop: A Moralized Legend - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... dazzles my eyes strangely. How dim and faded his lordship looks all of a sudden! Bless my wits, what is the matter with me?" "The wonder is," said the other, "that his pipe, which was out only an instant ago, should ...

The Artist of the Beautiful - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... as this man's cold, unimaginative sagacity, by contact with which everything was converted into a dream except the densest matter of the physical world. Owen groaned in spirit and prayed fervently to be delivered from him. "But what is this?" cried ...

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave: Chapter 11 - Frederick Douglass

... . A colored man and a fugitive slave were on unfriendly terms. The former was heard to threaten the latter with informing his master of his whereabouts. Straightway a meeting was called among the colored people, under the stereotyped notice, "Business of importance!" The ...

The Shining - Stanley Kubrick

... only thing that can get a bit trying up here during the winter is eh... the tremendous sense of isolation. CUT TO: M.C.S. JACK JACK Well, that just happens to be exactly what I'm looking for. I'm eh... I'm outlining a new writing project, and eh ...

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Chapter 1 - The Story of King Shahryar and His Brother - Richard F. Burton

... to last, all that had happened between him and the King. Thereupon said she: "By Allah, O my father, how long shall this slaughter of women endure? Shall I tell thee what is in my mind in order to save both sides ...

Heart of Darkness, Book I - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... of lead, a sky the color of smoke, a kind of ship about as rigid as a concertina?and going up this river with stores, or orders, or what you like. Sandbanks, marshes, forests, savages,?precious little to eat fit for a civilized man ...

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