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"Dirty fellow!" exclaimed the Captain, seizing both her wrists, "hark you, Mrs. Frog, you'd best hold your tongue; for I must make ...
There is a "sanctity" involved with bringing a child into this world: it is better than bombing one out of it.
... there were the hangers-on, students who became involved in the movement--any movement--because it was emotionally satisfying. ...
A man of sense soon discovers, because he carefully observes, where and how long he is welcome; and takes care to leave the compan ...
... if you're poor and ignorant, with a child, you're a slave. Meaning that you're never going to get out of it. These women are i ...
Take a timber
That you shall find lies in the cellar, charred
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Even of old the Christian world, so bitterly antagonistic to any ideas not specifically contained in their creeds and dogmas, made ...
To write a novel may be pure pleasure. To live a novel presents certain difficulties. As for reading a novel, I do my best to get ...
Because the young child feels with such intensity, he experiences sorrows that seem inconsolable and losses that feel unbearable. ...
Herewith is a little sketch, as you requested. There is not much of it, for the reason, I suppose, that there is not much of me. I ...
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