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The [nineteenth-century] young men who were Puritans in politics were anti-Puritans in literature. They were willing to die for th ...
Logic, reason, disease, and the menace of death, these things meant nothing at all to us. We were committed to other values by whi ...
... you have to keep fighting them off and realize that nobody would be interested in attacking you personally unless you were try ...
Hereabouts our Indian told us at length the story of their contention with the priest respecting schools. He thought a great deal ...
The essence of spirit, he thought to himself, was to choose the thing which did not better one's position but made it more perilou ...
Rearing three children is like growing a cactus, a gardenia, and a tubful of impatiens. Each needs varying amounts of water, sunli ...
What a vast fraternity it is,--that of 'Hearts that Ache.' For the last three months it has seemed to me as though all society wer ...
As Jerome expanded, its chances for the title, "the toughest little town in the West," increased and when it was incorporated in 1 ...
... artists were intended to be an ornament to society. As a society in themselves they are unthinkable.
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