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The gentlemen [at a ball], as they passed and repassed, looked as if they thought we were quite at their disposal, and only waitin ...
Vanity, or to call it by a gentler name, the desire of admiration and applause, is, perhaps, the most universal principle of human ...
In New York, one must collapse to be indolent.
The old, subjective, stagnant, indolent and wretched life for woman has gone. She has as many resources as men, as many activities ...
Fearless--the cobweb swings from the ceiling--
Indolent Housewife--in Daisies--lain!
We do not know today whether we are busy or idle. In times when we thought ourselves indolent, we have afterwards discovered, that ...
As writers become more numerous, it is natural for readers to become more indolent; whence must necessarily arise a desire of atta ...
Learning is, in too many cases, but a foil to common sense; a substitute for true knowledge. Books are less often made use of as " ...
The New Hampshire girls who came to Lowell were descendants of the sturdy backwoodsmen who settled that State scarcely a hundred y ...
I love Coleridge ... and I am very willing to allow that he has more imagination than Wordsworth, and more of the real poet. But a ...
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