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What're you always trying to push me in the gutter for, Dixon? I got as much right on the sidewalk as you have. Don't talk to me a ...
This sense of otherness is the single most pernicious force in American discourse. Its not-like-us ethos makes so much bigotry pos ...
The feathers of the willow
Are half of them grown yellow
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Innocent people can get into terrible jams, too. One false move and you're in over your head.
I hold with the old-fashioned criticism that Browning is not really a poet, that he has all the gifts but the one needful and the ...
Professor Bloom is a finished example of the new womanly man. His moral nature is simple and lovable. Many have found him a dear m ...
Wordsworth's particular grace, his charisma, as theologians say, has been granted in equal measure to so very few men since time w ...
Evenin' all.
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