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I feel no more like a man now than I did in long skirts, unless it be that enjoying more freedom and cutting off the fetters is to ...
... research is never completed ... Around the corner lurks another possibility of interview, another book to read, a courthouse t ...
Through all opposition the personal benefits of the reform [dress] [bracketed word in original] have compensated; but had it been ...
Hallie: Ranse, do you think I could, I, I mean, grown up and all? Do you think I could learn to read?
Ranse: Why sure you can
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Children who are not spoken to by live and responsive adults will not learn to speak properly. Children who are not answered will ...
I envy neither the heart nor the head of any legislator who has been born to an inheritance of privileges, who has behind him ages ...
When the rose reigns, and locks with ointments shine,
Let rigid Cato read these lines of mine.
A man ought to read just as his inclination leads him; for what he reads as a task will do him little good.
There was a time when the average reader read a novel simply for the moral he could get out of it, and however naïve that may hav ...
... it is use, and use alone, which leads one of us, tolerably trained to recognize any criterion of grace or any sense of the fit ...
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