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We possess the Canon because we are mortal and also rather belated. There is only so much time, and time must have a stop, while t ...
When one has extensively pondered about men, as a career or as a vocation, one sometimes feels nostalgic for primates. At least th ...
If the mystical lovers of the arts, who consider all criticism dissection and all dissection destruction of enjoyment, thought log ...
When the committee from Plymouth had purchased the territory of Eastham of the Indians, "it was demanded, who laid claim to Billin ...
Now that our sexual experience is increasingly available to us as a subject for contemplation, we have to extend our language to e ...
I have listened to much dull and heavy conversation in America, but rarely to any that I could strictly call silly (if I except th ...
I never saw any people who appeared to live so much without amusement as the Cincinnatians.... Were it not for the churches,... I ...
Jefferson's posthumous works were very generally circulated whilst I was in America. They are a mighty mass of mischief. He wrote ...
... it is rarely [Americans] dine in society, except in taverns and boarding-houses. Then they eat with the greatest possible rapi ...
... it is more than petty treason to the Republic, to call a free citizen a servant. The whole class of young women, whose bread d ...
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