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A poet is a combination of an instrument and a human being in one person, with the former gradually taking over the latter. The se ...
Oh he's doing fine, Michael. Nevertheless, he's an officer and a gentleman, and that's no job for a gentleman.
Speedometers, for example, may be digital and give a numeric readout, or analog and produce a lengthening rectangle (or rotating p ...
'Tis a barbarous temper, and a sign of a very ill nature, to take delight in shocking any one: and, on the contrary, it is the mar ...
Where there is an observatory and a telescope, we expect that any eyes will see new worlds at once.
An amoeba is a formless thing which takes many shapes. It moves by thrusting out an arm, and flowing into the arm. It multiplies b ...
[I]t is worth remembering that every writer begins with a naively physical notion of what art is. A book for him or her is not an ...
An haberdasshere and a carpenter,
A webbe, a dyere, and a tapycer,
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The whole world is an omen and a sign. Why look so wistfully in a corner? Man is the Image of God. Why run after a ghost or a drea ...
Coming in, I was denounced as a fraud by all the extreme men of the opposing party, and as an ingrate and a traitor by the same cl ...
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