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Chapter 15: Self Help in Hard Times - Howard Zinn

... , God knows that if they electrocute me for it tomorrow, I'll shoot you six times in a minute." Then, as she recalls, "I walked out, I got home, and these seven children was so hungry that they was a-grabbin the ...

A People's History of the United States (Chapter 9: Slavery Without Submission) - Howard Zinn

... , the North could not have won the war as soon as it did, and perhaps it could not have won at all." What happened to blacks in the Union army and in the northern cities during the war gave some ...

The Apology - Plato

... Aristophanes, who has introduced a man whom he calls Socrates going about and saying that he walks in air and talking a deal of nonsense concerning matters of which I do not pretend to know ...

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Freaky Tales - Insane Clown Posse Play

... , like Randy Savage y'all Will I fuck Helen? There's no tellin' As soon as she calls my dick starts swellin' I walked to her house thank god I'm Gellin' Bad knews she ain't with dudes like Ellen Veronica, Veronica, I blew on her neden ...

Chapter 17: Mecca - Malcolm X

... begun to pick up, going past our compartment. Muslims in the Ihram garb, or still in their national dress, walked slowly past, smiling. It would go on for as long as I was there to be seen. But I hadn't yet learned ...

City of Chicago v. Morales - The Supreme Court of the United States

... a tribunal of the United States, he may refuse to admit it as a rule . . . . But as soon as a judge has refused to apply any given law in a case, that law immediately loses a portion of its moral force. Those to whom it ...

In Memoriam A.H.H. (Full) - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... dark where thou art not. Yet as that other, wandering there In those deserted walks, may find A flower beat with rain and wind, Which once she foster'd up with care; So seems it in my deep regret, O my forsaken heart ...

Self-Reliance - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... spirit of God pronouncing his works good. But prayer as a means to effect a private end is meanness and theft. It supposes dualism and not unity in nature and consciousness. As soon as the man is at one with God, he ...

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Twice Told Tales (The Gentle Boy) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... I know that valiant woman and have seen how she can bear the cross. A mother's heart, indeed, is strong in her, and may seem to contend mightily with her faith; but soon she will stand up and give thanks that her ...

Life Of Pericles - Plutarch

... brands upon the Samians' foreheads, they say, are the allusion in the passage of Aristophanes, where he says- "For, oh, the Samians are a lettered people." Pericles, as soon as news was brought him of the disaster that had befallen his ...

Chapter 22: The Unreported Resistance - Howard Zinn

... bombing of Iraq, leading many of the other legislators to walk off the floor. She held her ground, and it seemed that there had been at least some change In thinking since Representative Julian Bond was expelled from the very ...

Ariadne (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... and say: "It would be nice to have tea here." One day, seeing Ariadne walking in the distance with a parasol, he nodded towards her and said: "She's thin, and that's what I like; I don't like fat women." This made me wince ...

Combray [Chapter 2] - Marcel Proust

... with gables which projected long shadows downwards, were so dark that one had, as soon as the sun began to go down, to draw back the curtains in the sitting-room windows; streets with the solemn names of Saints, not ...

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Mademoiselle De Forcheville(Chap. 2) - Marcel Proust

... feel and so feel it less keenly.? Meanwhile, as she reached the door she met Françoise who was coming into the room, the telegram in her hand. As soon as she had handed it to me, my mother had forced ...

Overture - Marcel Proust

... with such horror that I longed to strike my great-aunt. And yet, as soon as I heard her "Bathilde! Come in and stop your husband from drinking brandy!" in my cowardice I became at once a man, and did what all we grown ...

Overture [Chapter 1] - Marcel Proust

... with such horror that I longed to strike my great-aunt. And yet, as soon as I heard her "Bathilde! Come in and stop your husband from drinking brandy!" in my cowardice I became at once a man, and did what all we grown ...

Place-Names: The Name (Chapter 4) - Marcel Proust

... our balcony, like the very shadow of the presence of Gilberte, who was perhaps already in the Champs-Elysées, and as soon as I arrived there would greet me with: "Let's begin at once. You are on my side." ...

Life Of Marcus Cato - Plutarch

... ; but afterwards, when he grew richer, and made any feasts for his friends and colleagues in office, as soon as supper was over he used to go with a leather thong and scourge those who had ...

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Rosa Alchemica - William Butler Yeats

... and laughing over a moment; and when we had started and Michael Robartes had fallen asleep, as he soon did, his sleeping face in which there was no sign of all that had so shaken me and that now ...

The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 7) - Friedrich Engels

... gin palace, where they sit with their sweethearts until late at night, when they take walks in solitary couples. In an ale-house which the commissioner visited, there sat forty to fifty young people of ...

Representative Men: Seven Lectures (Chap. 2) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... gold and silver. Those of you who were the worthy ones in the state of ignorance, will be the worthy ones in the state of faith, as soon as you embrace it." Plato was not less firm. "Of the five ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 6) - Joseph Conrad

... that house, listened to, penetrated, understood, appraised, for her own edification. In her own words, she liked to watch what the world was coming to. And as she had a practical mind her judgment of men and things, though based on ...

The Shining - Stanley Kubrick

... . CUT TO: INT. HOTEL - TORRANCE'S APARTMENT - DAY - M.C.S. JACK asleep in bed, reflected in mirror. CAMERA TRACKS BACK. WENDY enters cam.R carrying tray. She walks forward. CAMERA TRACKS BACK with her. She puts tray down on table. WENDY Good Morning, hon ...

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Madame Swann at Home (Chapter 1) - Marcel Proust

... pleasure were during the opening scenes of Phèdre. The heroine herself does not appear in these first scenes of the second act; and yet, as soon as the curtain rose, and another curtain, of red velvet this time, was parted ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 5) - Martin Luther

... Spirit.' I know very well you will not fulfill the Law, because you are sinners as long as you live. Nevertheless, you should endeavor to walk in the spirit,? i.e., fight against the flesh and follow the lead of the Holy Ghost ...

Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 2.37) - Michel de Montaigne

... , and has less to trouble his head with than the tailor who undertakes all; and as in matter of diet, great persons, for their better convenience, and to the end they may ...

Cape Code: Chapter 10 (Provincetown) - Henry David Thoreau

... . I saw a very few small stones used for pavements and for bank walls, in one or two places in my walk, but they are so scarce that, as I was informed, vessels have been forbidden to take them from the beach for ...

Nineteen Eighty-Four (Book 2, Chapter 9) - George Orwell

... of equality, and then had established a fresh tyranny as soon as the old one was overthrown. The new Middle groups in effect proclaimed their tyranny beforehand. Socialism, a theory which appeared in the early nineteenth century and was the last link ...

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Nostromo (Chap. 3.10) - Joseph Conrad

... , simple, noble. There you have that lady, sir, as she is. An exceptional woman. Those who thought she would give way to despair were mistaken, sir. She has been blamed in many quarters for not having taken the veil. It ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 2 (Chap. 2.2) - Richard F. Burton

... , "Do even as thou wilt." So she rejoiced and, taking with her a thousand diners in gold, went out and visited the elders of the various faiths and gave alms in Ghanim's name.[FN#133] Next day she walked to the ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 11) - Richard F. Burton

... did she deign her favours grant to grey-beard staff-enpropped          * He'd wake and rend the lion's limbs for might and          valiancy.'" Then Abdullah continued, "O Prince of True Believers, as soon as I saw that girl I fell passionately in ...

Life Of Pompey - Plutarch

... they might make the finest and noblest appearance before the commander-in-chief; for he expected indeed great honours from him, but met with even greater. For as soon as Sylla saw him thus advancing, his army so well appointed ...

Chapter 17: “Or Does It Explode?” - Howard Zinn

... -old black youth named Angelo Herndon, whose father died of miners pneumonia, who had worked in mines as a boy in Kentucky, joined an Unemployment Council in Birmingham organized by the Communist party, and then joined the party. He wrote later ...

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Chapter 21: Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consensus - Howard Zinn

... Jamaica or Costa Rica. Along with poverty came broken homes, family violence, street crime, drugs. In Washington, D.C., with a concentrated population of black poor within walking distance of the marbled buildings of the national government, 42 percent of young black men ...

Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 1.25) - Michel de Montaigne

... brevity; but, above all, let him be lessoned to acquiesce and submit to truth so soon as ever he shall discover it, whether in his opponent's argument, or upon better consideration of his own; for he shall never be ...

Manners (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... , though the bias of her nature was not to thought, but to sympathy, yet was she so perfect in her own nature, as to meet intellectual persons by the fulness of her heart, warming them by her sentiments; ...

Nostromo (Chap. 2.5) - Joseph Conrad

... what he thinks. Probably he thinks of nothing apart from his mine; of his 'Imperium in Imperio.' As to Mrs. Gould, she thinks of her schools, of her hospitals, of the mothers with the young babies, of ...

The Informer (An Ironic Tale) - Joseph Conrad

... knickerbockers remained as mute as a fish, and, till he jumped out with the latch-key, sat more still than I would have believed it possible.      ?At the door of their drawing-room she left my arm and walked in first, catching ...

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My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 19) - Frederick Douglass

... a look, which called forth a scream of mingled wrath and terror, as she slammed the kitchen door, and went in, leaving me, with the rest, in hands as harsh as her own broken voice. Could the kind reader have been quietly ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 24) - Frederick Douglass

... the Americans were preeminent. They looked as sour as vinegar, and as bitter as gall, when they found I was to be admitted on equal terms with themselves. When the door was opened, I walked in, on an equal footing with my ...