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Louise Bryant: I'm sorry if you don't believe in mutual independence and free love and respect.
Eugene O'Neill: Don't give me
Louise, something in me tightens when an American intellectual's eyes shine, and they start to talk to me about the Russian people ...
You know, you left without saying good-bye. That's not like you, not that I have the slightest idea what you're like.
Let me get this straight. You want me to come with you to New York. What as?
I'm not going to call a dog 'Dog.' I suppose if she were a baby you'd call her 'Person.'
Difficulty, my brethren, is the nurse of greatness--a harsh nurse, who roughly rocks her foster-children into strength and athleti ...
on thy brow
Shall sit a nobler grace than now.
There's freedom at thy gates and rest
For Earth's downtrodden and oppressed,
Oh mother of a mighty race,
Yet lovely in thy youthful grace!
When you can pipe that merry old strain,
Robert of Lincoln, come back again.
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