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All The King's Men- Chapter 1 - Robert Penn Warren

... getting around to the other side of the sofa fountain. The tail of that white coat was flat on the air behind him when he switched the corner and started clawing past the couple of girls in the lettuce-green ...

Milton: A Poem - William Blake

... one; each in the other sweet refleded: these Are our Three Heavens beneath the shades of Beulah, land of rest : Come then to Ephraim & Manasseh, O beloved-one! Come to my ivory palaces, O beloved of thy mother ! 5 And let us bind ...

Symbolism in William Blake's Poetry - William Blake

... deaf to the ugly clamour of the world outside. If he wrote the Songs of Innocence, he also wrote Songs of Experience. Side by side with the rapturous joy he felt the bitterness of hate and the miseries and complexities ...

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Of Costello The Proud, Of Oona The Daughter Of Dermott, And Of The Bitter Tongue - William Butler Yeats

... old Dermotts from the Ox Mountains had run towards their horses, and old Dermott himself had caught the bridle of a garron of the Namaras and was calling to the others to follow him; and many blows and many deaths had ...

Macbeth - William Shakespeare

... deed in every eye, That tears shall drown the wind. I have no spur To prick the sides of my intent, but only Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself 500 And falls on the other. [Enter LADY MACBETH] How now! what news ...

Macbeth Full Play - William Shakespeare

... deed in every eye, That tears shall drown the wind. I have no spur To prick the sides of my intent, but only Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself And falls on the other. Enter LADY MACBETH How now! what news? LADY ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 42) - Thomas Hardy

... containing boughs and flowers, passed the end of the street, and up towards this side of the building. Whilst the chimes were yet stammering out a shattered form of "Malbrook," Joseph Poorgrass rang the bell, and received directions to back his ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 1.6) - Thomas Hardy

... an old passion glowed clearly in Wildeve now; and he leant forward as if about to put his face towards her cheek. "O no," she said, intractably moving to the other side of the decayed fire. "What did you mean by ...

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Nobel Lecture in Literature (1923): The Irish Dramatic Movement (Yeats) - William Butler Yeats

... knew what was happening on the other side of the hill or of the line of trees. Ford cars passed the house from time to time with coffins' standing upon end between the seats, and sometimes at night we heard ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 6) - Martin Luther

... . "I never," he says, "wrote such a long letter with my own hand to any of the other churches." His other epistles he dictated, and only subscribed his greetings and his signature with his own hand.          VERSE 12. As many as ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 1.3) - Thomas Hardy

... ." "Whatever is Christian Cantle's teeth a-chattering for?" said a boy from amid the smoke and shades on the other side of the blaze. "Be ye a-cold, Christian?" A thin jibbering voice was heard to reply, "No, not at all." "Come forward, Christian ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 3.7) - Thomas Hardy

... of one little bag into the right boot, and of the other into the left, spreading them as flatly as possible over the bottom of each, which was really a spacious coffer by no means limited to the size of the ...

The Destiny of Nations. A Vision - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

... and his sorrows! And full oft At tales of cruel wrong and strange distress Had wept and shivered. To the tottering Eld Still as a daughter would she run: she placed His cold limbs at the sunny door, and loved To ...

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Hamlet Act 2 Scene 2 - William Shakespeare

... was, not above once; for the Play, I remember, pleased not the million; 'twas Caviare to the general: but it was--as I received It, and others, whose judgments in such matters Cried in the top of mine--an excellent play, well ...

Tess of the d'Urbervilles, a Pure Woman (Chap. 47) - Thomas Hardy

... visitor's presence might have the bad effect of taking away her appetite; and Marian was thinking of inducing Tess to descend by a ladder on the further side of the stack when the gentleman came forward and looked up. Tess uttered ...

Hamlet Act 2 Scene 2_Records - William Shakespeare

... was, not above once; for the play, I remember, pleased not the million; ?twas caviare to the general: but it was?as I received it, and others, whose judgments in such matters cried in the top of mine?an excellent play, well ...

Fire in the Booth (Part 1, 2 & 3) - Akala

... towns Prospering centres of economics and education to make you proud But some people couldn?t bear that the former slaves would not just lie down So the KKK and other hate groups burnt those towns to the ground Killin hundreds ...

The Mayor of Casterbridge (Chap. 22) - Thomas Hardy

... reluctance that Miss Templeman said, ?Jersey. There they speak French on one side of the street and English on the other, and a mixed tongue in the middle of the road. But it is a long time since I was there. Bath is ...

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THE DUTCHESS (FULL LYRICS AND INEDTS SONGS) - Black Eyed Peas

... Of What I Got I'm Fergalicious T-T-T-T-T-T- Tasty, Tasty Fergalicious Def, Fergalicious Def, Fergalicious Def, Fergalicious Definition Make Them Boys Go Crazy They Always Claim They Know Me Comin' To Me Call Me Stacy, I'm The F to the E-R-G the I, The E And Can't No Other ...

The Celtic Twilight - ‘Dust Hath Closed Helen's Eye' - William Butler Yeats

... your side? There is no god to deny it or to try and hide it, She is the sun in the heavens who wounded my heart. There was no part of Ireland I did not travel, From the rivers to the ...

Jerusalem The Emanation of the Giant Albion: Chapter 1 - William Blake

... The pillar of folding smoke; and he sought by other means, To lure Los: by tears, by arguments of science & by terrors: Terrors in every Nerve, by spasms & extended pains: While Los answer'd unterrified to the opake blackening Fiend And ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 22) - Thomas Hardy

... says much: that was Gabriel's. Full of this dim and temperate bliss, he went on to fling the ewe over upon her other side, covering her head with his knee, gradually running the shears line after line round her dewlap ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 8) - Thomas Hardy

... a path from the doorway to the kiln, and into undulations everywhere. A curved settle of unplaned oak stretched along one side, and in a remote corner was a small bed and bedstead, the owner and frequent occupier of which was the maltster.         This ...

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The Four Zoas (Night The First) - William Blake

... in enormous love And cast their young out to the hungry wilds & sandy desarts [ page 18 ] Why is the Sheep given to the knife? the Lamb plays in the Sun He starts! he hears the foot of Man! he says ...

The Hour-glass - William Butler Yeats

... . ANGEL                                  Farewell?farewell,                                  For I am weary of the weight of time.         [Angel goes out. Wise Man makes a step to follow and pauses. Some of         his pupils come in at the other side of the stage.] FIRST PUPIL                                  Master, master, you ...

The First Anniversary Of The Government Under O.C. - Andrew Marvell

... Nature leads them to divide, Uphold, this one, and that the other Side; But the most Equal still sustein the Height, And they as Pillars keep the Work upright; While the resistance of opposed Minds, The Fabrick as with Arches ...

Hamlet Act 1 - William Shakespeare

... mind, though I am native here And to the manner born, it is a custom More honour'd in the breach than the observance. This heavy-headed revel east and west Makes us traduced and tax'd of other nations: They clepe us drunkards ...

The Winter's Tale Act 4 Scene 4 - William Shakespeare

... ; asks thee the son forgiveness, As 'twere i' the father's person; kisses the hands Of your fresh princess; o'er and o'er divides him 'Twixt his unkindness and his kindness; the one He chides to hell and bids the other grow Faster ...

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Jude the Obscure (Chap. 1.7) - Thomas Hardy

... same way with her two companions of the Saturday. She passed unheedingly the scene of the kiss, and the willow that marked it, though chattering freely on the subject to the other two. "And what did he tell 'ee next ...

THE SESSION (LONGEST POSSE CUT IN HISTORY) - Roots, the Play

... to riff because I shift the gift and now my name is Joseph Simmons, but I'm not Run With the mic in my hand, I've only just begun to hold mine, I'ma goldmine plus a ton The way I shine, I be the rising sun ...

Other Half Of The Sky - Moon Safari Play

... to the other side Time will tell if I'm the fool, that made the climb and left the pool People can barely stay afloat, they're gonna need a bigger boat Three's the line, to change a man To make the sun light ...

The Session (The Longest Posse Cut In History) - The Roots Play

... to riff because I shift the gift and now my name is Joseph Simmons, but I'm not Run With the mic in my hand, I've only just begun to hold mine, I'ma goldmine plus a ton The way I shine, I be the rising sun ...

Act 1 Macbeth Western Studies 2017 - William Shakespeare

... deed in every eye That tears shall drown the wind. I have no spur To prick the sides of my intent, but only Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself And falls on the other Enter LADY MACBETH How now! what news? LADY ...

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Coriolanus Act 1 Scene 1 - William Shakespeare

... , I need not be barren of accusations; he hath faults, with surplus, to tire in repetition. Shouts within What shouts are these? The other side o' the city is risen: why stay we prating here? to the Capitol! ALL Come, come. FIRST ...

Love's Labour's Lost Act 5 Scene 2 - William Shakespeare

... side is Hiems, Winter, this Ver, the Spring; the one maintained by the owl, the other by the cuckoo. Ver, begin. THE SONG SPRING. When daisies pied and violets blue And lady-smocks all silver-white And cuckoo-buds of ...

The Mayor of Casterbridge (Chap. 4) - Thomas Hardy

... caught from the belt of sunlit cloud in the west. From the centre of each side of this tree-bound square ran avenues east, west, and south into the wide expanse of cornland and coomb to the distance of a mile ...

Under the Greenwood Tree (Chap. 2.6) - Thomas Hardy

... hill-sides as they streamed in the warmth of the sun, which at this unsettled season shone on the grass with the freshness of an occasional inspector rather than as an accustomed proprietor. His errand was to fetch Fancy, and ...

Guero - Beck

... Your setting sun Your broken drum Your little drugs I'll never forget you Never Forget You I'm walkin to the other side With the devil tryin to take my mind And my soul's just a silhouette In the ashes of a cigarette Illusions ...

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The Other Side (of Me) - Moonshine Play

... and beware My wrath shall run all over thee My rage and your fear is what I need AHHH ... I can't control this wild fever in me The beast inside will show for the whole world to see The other side of ...

Down To The Bone - Overkill Play

... over to the other side where the punches sting Hit your stride Hey this method is bona-fide and we word it down to the DOWN TO THE BONE Come on over to the other side, where the sun don ...

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