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Heart of Darkness (Section II) - Joseph Conrad

... silence -- utter silence, where no warning voice of a kind neighbour can be heard whispering of public opinion? These little things make all the great difference. When they are gone you must fall back upon your own innate strength, upon your ...

Chapter 5: A Kind of Revolution - Howard Zinn

... them the Covenant Chain is broken between you and us. So brother you are not to expect to hear of me any more, and Brother we desire to hear no more of you. When the British fought the French for ...

Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals ( Chap. II ) - Immanuel Kant

... the same time, must have their commanding authority from this: that they expect nothing from the inclination of human beings but everything from the supremacy of the law and the respect owed it or, failing this, condemn the human being ...

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Nostromo (Chap. 2.5) - Joseph Conrad

... ; some glimpse of truth. I mean some effective truth, for which there is no room in politics or journalism. I happen to have said what I thought. And you are angry! If you do me the kindness to think a little you will see ...

Heart of Darkness, Book I - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... for science to watch the mental changes of individuals, on the spot, but . . .' 'Are you an alienist?' I interrupted. 'Every doctor should be?a little,' answered that original, imperturbably. 'I have a little theory which you Messieurs who go out there must help me ...

Nostromo (Chap. 1.8) - Joseph Conrad

... of booths made of green boughs, of rushes, of odd pieces of plank eked out with bits of canvas had been erected all over it for the sale of cana, of dulces, of fruit, of cigars. Over little heaps of ...

On the Genealogy of Morals, First Essay - Friedrich Nietzsche

... in existence is questionable and ridiculous? Or finally?a bit of all of these: a little vulgarity, a little gloominess, a little hostility to Christianity, a little thrill, and a need for pepper? . . . But I?m told that these men are simply old, cold, boring frogs,who creep ...

The Piazza Tales (Benito Cereno) - Herman Melville

... and man, they could do little or nothing toward establishing general quiet. The San Dominick was in the condition of a transatlantic emigrant ship, among whose multitude of living freight are some individuals, doubtless, as little troublesome as crates and bales ...

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The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... the hook touch the sea, than a hundred infatuates contended for the honor of capture. Poor fish of Rodondo! in your victimized confidence, you are of the number of those who inconsiderately trust, while they do not understand, human nature. But ...

State of the Union 1995 - Bill Clinton

... the final test of everything we do be a simple one: Is it good for the American people?   Let me begin by saying that we cannot ask Americans to be better citizens if we are not better servants. You made a good ...

The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 8) - Friedrich Engels

... world rests upon that Past, the individual man included. Hence they are too abstract, too metaphysical, and accomplish little. They are recruited in part from the working-class, of which they have enlisted but a very small fraction representing, however, its ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 11) - Joseph Conrad

... his wife could give him up. He felt a little ashamed of himself, for he was fond and generous. What could he do? Everything had been said already. He protested vehemently. ?By heavens! You know that I hunted high and low. I ran ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 9) - Joseph Conrad

... ,? ?who think you are already out of the world.? ?Indeed!? Mr Verloc was moved to say. Though since his return from Greenwich he had spent most of his time sitting in the tap-room of an obscure little public-house ...

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Twice Told Tales (The Gentle Boy) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... tottered with weakness, his little head grew dizzy, and he leaned against the tree of death for support. "My poor boy, are you so feeble?" said the Puritan. "When did you taste food last?" "I ate of bread and water with ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 2 (Chap. 2.2) - Richard F. Burton

... thy flesh from thy bones!" I rejoined, "By Allah, thou canst do nothing of the kind with me, O my lord, for thou boughtest me with my blemish; and there are honest men to bear witness against thee that thou didst so ...

An Appeal to the Young - Peter Kropotkin

... their eyes in reading what will tell them nothing. I assume that you are about eighteen or twenty years of age; that you have finished your apprenticeship or your studies; that you are just entering oil life. I take it for granted ...

Life Of Phocion - Plutarch

... upon Phocion, as having lost them the honour of victory, to all their clamour he made only this answer, "My friends, you are fortunate in having a leader who knows you; otherwise, you had long since been undone." Having a controversy with ...

Heart of Darkness, Book III - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... said. 'They are simple people?and I want nothing, you know.' He stood biting his lips, then: 'I don't want any harm to happen to these whites here, but of course I was thinking of Mr. Kurtz's reputation?but you are a brother seaman ...

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MONKEY BUSINESS (FULL LYRICS AND INEDTS SONGS) - Black Eyed Peas Play

... Ya Bump Ya Bump And Only Gettin? Little Booties Little Bit Of Hump (Thanks) And If You Got Boobies Baby Keep Em All Plump And If You Got Blunts S-Smoke Em If You Want Got A 6 - 4 Get Pump It In Your ...

Integrity Staffing Solutions v. Busk: Oral Arguments - The Supreme Court of the United States

... 8 o'clock, even if you have nothing to do. I'm paying you to stay till 8:00 o'clock, you stay till 8:00 o'clock. There's nothing that is coming out of that, but yet you are told to stay, so you stay. And there ...

RBMA Paris Lecture - Kindness

... what people want from you is also partly your personality. They don't just want melody, or production, or songwriting. I can't justify releasing music that I don't sing on at all. People might be able hear a little bit of my personality in ...

The Laws (Part 3) - Plato

... possibly suppose that those who knew nothing of all the good and evil of cities could have attained their full development, whether of virtue or of vice? [Cleinias] I understand your meaning, and you are quite right. [Athenian] But, as time ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.10) - Joseph Conrad

... his cringing. 'Yes,' he says, in a sort of shy way. 'Why?' 'Oh, nothing. You stood to lose a tidy bit,' says I, 'even if you saved your life. . . . But what can I do for you?' He never even saw the point. Not he ...

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State of the Union 1921 - Warren G. Harding

... for others no industry by which they subsist; we are obligated to permit the undermining of none of our own which make for employment and maintained activities.    Every contemplation, it little matters in which direction one turns, magnifies the difficulty ...

Education as Growth - John Dewey

... for appropriate action at an early period after birth, while most of those of the human infant are of little account just as they stand. An original specialized power of adjustment secures immediate efficiency, but, like a railway ticket, it is ...

Flight of Albertine(Chap. 3) - Marcel Proust

... completely hidden, instead of defending, I accused myself. ?My little Albertine,? I said to her in a gentle voice which was drowned in my first tears, ?I might tell you that you are mistaken, that what I did this evening is nothing, but I should be ...

Chapter 17: Mecca - Malcolm X

... and not as a Negro, right in America. People seeing you as a Muslim saw you as a human being and they had a different look, different talk, everything. In one Frankfurt store -- a little shop, actually -- the storekeeper leaned over his counter to us ...

Thoughts out of Season, Part II (Chap. 2.6) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... , like a man using an opera-glass in the theatre, and sees now a head, now a bit of the dress, but nothing as a whole. The single sections are never combined for him, he only infers their connection, and consequently has no strong ...

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Experience - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... the single step that would bring them there. A man is like a bit of Labrador spar, which has no lustre as you turn it in your hand, until you come to a particular angle; then it shows deep and beautiful colors. There ...

Heart of Darkness (Section III) - Joseph Conrad

... said. 'They are simple people -- and I want nothing, you know.' He stood biting his lip, then: 'I don't want any harm to happen to these whites here, but of course I was thinking of Mr. Kurtz's reputation -- but you are a brother seaman ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 6) - Joseph Conrad

... watched?? ?Oh dear, no. It wouldn?t do. Certain people who come there are watched. My opinion is that he knows nothing of this affair.? ?How do you account for this?? The Assistant Commissioner nodded at the cloth rag lying before ...

Hour 3: Filibuster of the Confirmation of John Brennan - Senator Rand Paul

... and balances between three branches of government, and that one branch of government doesn't get to unilaterally decide what these standards are. Because some of the standards are a little bit loose. Whether or not you're near someone. Apparently we ...

Grief And Oblivion (Chap. 1) - Marcel Proust

... train, go away for a month, to some place which I have never seen, where I shall know nothing of what you are doing,?? this had often appealed to me, owing to the thought that, by force ...

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

... cozy it was last night, with the effluvium of brotherly bodies and the haw-haw of camaraderie, and you look at the floor where now there are little parallel trails of damp sawdust the old broom left this morning when ...

The Informer (An Ironic Tale) - Joseph Conrad

... to say roughly:      ??She shall go soon enough, together with the rest of you.?      ?These were the last words belonging to the comedy part of this affair.      ?Oblivious of everything and everybody, Sevrin strode towards him and seized the lapels ...

An Inspector Calls, Act One - J. B. Priestley

... a bit of fun sometimes. Gerald: I?ll bet you did. Birling: (solemnly) But this is the point. I don't want to lecture you two young fellows again. But what so many of you don't seem to understand now, when things are so ...

Life Of Lysander - Plutarch

... , and that he should not be refused anything whatsoever: "Since you are so very kind," replied Lysander, "I earnestly request you to add one penny to the seamen's pay, that instead of three pence, they may now receive four pence." Cyrus ...

Heart of Darkness, Book II - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... silence, utter silence, where no warning voice of a kind neighbor can be heard whispering of public opinion? These little things make all the great difference. When they are gone you must fall back upon your own innate strength, upon your ...

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How launching the “worst version” of a site led to 40,000,000 monthly users - Tom Lehman

... , and that?s way better than having a ton of stuff that?s mediocre. Now we have a little bit of a different philosophy; we have enough ?good? stuff. People understand the way it works. When you stumble upon something that?s bad, and there?s a ton ...

The Piazza Tales (Bartleby) - Herman Melville

... with my knuckles against a bit of Windsor soap. But one afternoon the evil impulse in me mastered me, and the following little scene ensued: "Bartleby," said I, "when those papers are all copied, I will compare them with you." "I would prefer not ...

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