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Fellow delegates, like all of you I've listened in awe and admiration to the magnificent oratory of the honorable Major Cassius St ...
As the ox hath his bow, sir, the horse his curb, and the
falcon her bells, so man hath his desires; and as pigeons
...
Though of erect nature, man is far above the plants. For man's superior part, his head, is turned toward the superior part of the ...
I have known no experience more distressing than the discovery that Negroes didn't love me. Unutterable loneliness claimed me. I f ...
Arise,
lest I bend an ash-tree
into a taut bow,
and slay and tear
all the roots from the earth.
Is civilization only a higher form of idolatry, that man should bow down to a flesh-brush, to flannels, to baths, diet, exercise, ...
There is nothing but is related to us, nothing that does not interest us,--kingdom, college, tree, horse, or iron show,--the roots ...
Society is an illusion to the young citizen. It lies before him in rigid repose, with certain names, men, and institutions, rooted ...
Men nearly always follow the tracks made by others and proceed in their affairs by imitation, even though they cannot entirely kee ...
I hate your people that will sooner tolerate a soul than a gown that is awry, and will judge a man by his bow, his bearing, and hi ...
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