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Each had his past shut in him like the leaves of a book known to him by heart; and his friends could only read the title, James Sp ...
As for freedom, it will soon cease to exist in any shape or form. Living will depend upon absolute obedience to a strict set of ar ...
Our Lamaze instructor . . . assured our class . . . that our cervix muscles would become "naturally numb" as they swelled and stre ...
Passengers in 1937 totaled 270,000; so many of these were celebrities that two Newark newspapers ran special airport columns.
All these young souls were passengers in the Durbeyfield ship--entirely dependent on the judgment of the two Durbeyfield adults fo ...
Helpless, unknown, and unremembered, most human beings, however sensitive, idealistic, intelligent, go through life as passengers ...
The slave-ship is on her way, crowded with its dying victims; new cargoes are being added in mid-ocean; a small crew of slaveholde ...
. . . the ship struck at ten minutes after four A.M., and all hands, being mostly in their nightclothes, made haste to the forecas ...
It was inspiriting to hear the regular dip of the paddles, as if they were our fins or flippers, and to realize that we were at le ...
Their leader was a handsome man about thirty years old, of good height, but not apparently robust, of gentlemanly address and faul ...
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