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The very fact that he had no rabble or troop of hirelings about him would alone distinguish him from ordinary heroes. His company ...
With a bending sail we glided rapidly by Tyngsborough and Chelmsford, each holding in one hand half of a tart country apple pie wh ...
In proportion as our inward life fails, we go more constantly and desperately to the post office. You may depend on it, that the p ...
I also heard the whooping of the ice in the pond, my great bed-fellow in that part of Concord, as if it were restless in its bed a ...
When John Henry was a little fellow,
You could hold him in the palm of your hand,
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White in the moon the long road lies,
The moon stands blank above;
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Do you know, I've never really grown up? It's a hard thing for me to play this game. In politics, one must meet people, and that's ...
Van Gogh was right in saying that the method he had chosen could be compared to that of caricature. Caricature had always been "ex ...
I duly acknowledge that I have gone through a long life, with fewer circumstances of affliction than are the lot of most men. Unin ...
He had long before indulged most unfavourable sentiments of our fellow-subjects in America. For, as early as 1769,... he had said ...
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