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Worn down by the hoofs of millions of half-wild Texas cattle driven along it to the railheads in Kansas, the trail was a bare, bro ...
When offense occurred, Slaughter took the trail, and seldom returned with a live prisoner. Usually he reported that he had chased ...
During the cattle drives, Texas cowboy music came into national significance. Its practical purpose is well known--it was used pri ...
My race groaned. It was our people falling. It was another lynching, yet another Black man hanging on a tree. One more woman ambus ...
Both Eliot and Pound condense; their best verse is weighted--Pound's, with sensual experience primarily, and Eliot's with beliefs. ...
That night ended the day when history was written in Abilene. August 14, 1865 was the date. That was the end of the first drive on ...
To be thoroughly modern, an aphorism should trail off vaguely rather than coming to a point.
Every child has an inner timetable for growth--a pattern unique to him. . . . Growth is not steady, forward, upward progression. I ...
Long hours
trail in their purple
...
For she walks above earth,
along the sea-coast,
and across the salt trail
of the sea-drift.
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