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The Puritan, of course, is not entirely devoid of aesthetic feeling. He has a taste for good form; he responds to style; he is eve ...
To make our idea of morality centre on forbidden acts is to defile the imagination and to introduce into our judgments of our fell ...
You can write anything you want to,--a six-act blank verse, symbolic tragedy or a vulgar short, short story. Just so that you writ ...
Tom: Well, tell me, Gusto, you're so smart. How could I erase a footprint that looks as if it was left by a heel?
Augusta: We
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God! I will not be an owl,
But sun me in the capitol.
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