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Your Englishman, confronted by something abnormal will always pretend that it isn't there. If he can't pretend that, he will look ...
Look at this poet William Carlos Williams: he is primitive and native, and his roots are in raw forest and violent places; he is w ...
...I swore I would battle not only for myself but for freedom and opportunity for everything living that wore chains, especially s ...
We can't appraise the time in which we act.
But for the folly of it, let's pretend
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As liberty of thought is absolute, so is liberty of speech, which is "inseparable" from the liberty of thought. Liberty of speech, ...
For this invention of yours will produce forgetfulness in the minds of those who learn it, by causing them to neglect their memory ...
He was one of that class of whom we hear a great deal, but, for the most part, see nothing at all,--the Puritans. It would be in v ...
I am here to plead his cause with you. I plead not for his life, but for his character,--his immortal life; and so it becomes your ...
Fine knacks for ladies, cheap, choice, brave and new,
Good pennyworths,--but money cannot move:
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...but for God all things are possible.
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