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Neither the feeling nor the style of Miss Dickinson belongs to the seventeenth century; yet between her and Donne there are remark ...
Although there was a great deal of invention in Whitman's revolutionary work, he built upon a foundation that was already clear, d ...
Farther in summer than the birds,
Pathetic from the grass,
A minor nation celebrates
Its unobtrusive Mass.
Remit as yet no grace,
No furrow on the glow,
Yet a druidic difference
Enhances nature now.
Let us go in; the fog is rising.
[W]e are all guilty in some Measure of the same narrow way of Thinking ... when we fancy the Customs, Dresses, and Manners of othe ...
Here lies the body of W. W.,
Who never more will trouble you, trouble you.
An illustrious individual remarks that Mrs. [Elizabeth Cady] Stanton is the salt, Anna Dickinson the pepper, and Miss [Susan B.] A ...
At last, on Monday the 16th of May, when I was sitting in Mr. Davies's back-parlour, after having drunk tea with him and Mrs. Davi ...
I have grown so tired of Woman with a capital W, though I suppose it is rankest heresy to say so. I don't want to be Woman at all- ...
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