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What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July? - Frederick Douglass

... best of British statesmen admitted its justice, and the loftiest eloquence of the British Senate came to its support. But, with that blindness which seems to be the unvarying characteristic of tyrants, since Pharaoh and his hosts were drowned in ...

The Sieve and the Sand - Ray Bradbury

... college paper half a century ago. That was the year I came to class at the start of the new semester and found only one student to sign up for Drama from Aeschylus to O'Neill. You see? How like a beautiful statue of ...

Frederick Douglass's “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” - ChrisApap

... best of British statesmen admitted its justice, and the loftiest eloquence of the British Senate came to its support. But, with that blindness which seems to be the unvarying characteristic of tyrants, since Pharaoh and his hosts were drowned in ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 15) - Richard F. Burton

... out in wrath. Then said Ahmad, "O my braves, let every sergeant take ten men, each to his own quarter and search for Dalilah." All did his bidding, Ali included, and they said, "Ere we disperse let us ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 15.1) - Richard F. Burton

... from sight and he rode into Baghdad, till he came to his shop, where he alighted and emptied the bags of gold and silver into the trays before him. As for Ali, he was tied up by the shop- door ...

Satyricon (Part One) - Gaius Petronius

... Impudence with just reproaches The next day they accordingly set forward, and came to his house; but We were out of the way: For Lycurgus was gone to a festival in honour Of Hercules, held at a neighbouring village, and had taken ...

Pyrrhus - Plutarch

... and waste the country. But after he had made himself master of several towns, and two thousand men came over to him, he began to hope for something greater, and adventured upon Antigonus himself, and meeting him at a narrow passage ...

Flight of Albertine(Chap. 3) - Marcel Proust

... his own. The two women were not long in coming to an understanding, but were so impatient to enjoy one another that, with the soup, their feet were searching for one another, often finding mine. Presently their legs were interlaced ...

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To Do The Right Thing - Lou Reed

... , some minister, somebody- REED: It was such an honor to meet you, thank you for your time. Kocár came at 10:00 to pick us up and take us to the club which everyone called the Gallery ("Je Podivna" in ...

House of the Seven Gables (Chap. 18) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... his bid, On the proximate occasion? The next affair was to buy a horse for his own driving. The one heretofore his favorite stumbled, this very morning, on the road to town, and must be at once discarded. Judge Pyncheon's neck ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 4 (Chap. 21) - Richard F. Burton

... he came to Queen Zumurrud's city. On entering he found the town deserted and, enquiring of some women whom he saw looking from the windows, they told him that it was the Sultan's custom to make a banquet for the people ...

Life Of Phocion - Plutarch

... speakers and trim orators, but when it came to action, they were sober and considerate enough to single out the austerest and wisest for public employment, however much he might be opposed to their wishes and sentiments. This, indeed, he ...

The Bear and the Maiden Fair - Game of Thrones

... join them. BRONN pours more wine for them both. BRONN: You waste time trying to get people to love you, you'll end up the most popular dead man in town. (chuckles) You want to fuck that Stark girl. You ...

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The Dawn of Day (Book V) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... the noblest virtue of a great thinker is his magnanimity, which urges him on in his search for knowledge to sacrifice himself and his life unshrinkingly, often shamefacedly, and often with sublime scorn, and smiling. ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol I (Chap. 1) - Herodotus

... Miletos bear the burden of this war except only the men of Chios. These came to their aid to pay back like with like, for the Milesians had formerly assisted the Chians throughout their war with the people of Erythrai ...

The Sandman - E.T.A. Hoffmann

... dear friends, and then went to G??, where he intended to stay a year, and then to return to his native town for ever. All that referred to Coppelius was kept a secret from the mother, for it was well known that she ...

Absalom, Absalom! (Chapter VI) - William Faulkner

... , thought it, changing only the person and the number. He returned to town. And now, next time, he was not sent for; he learned it as the town learned it: by that country grapevine whose source is among negroes, and ...

House of the Seven Gables (Chap. 13) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... , and proud no more! The Pyncheons made a great funeral for Alice. The kith and kin were there, and the whole respectability of the town besides. But, last in the procession, came Matthew Maule, gnashing his teeth, as if he would ...

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“The Custom-House” (Introductory to the Scarlet Letter) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... earth. On emerging from the Old Manse, it was chiefly this strange, indolent, unjoyous attachment for my native town that brought me to fill a place in Uncle Sam?s brick edifice, when I might as well, or better, have gone ...

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

... we took what we could carry and going forth that city, walked on till we came to my brothers, whom I found searching for me. They asked, 'Where hast thou been? Indeed thou hast tarried long from us, and ...

Chapter 11 - The Tale of Nur al-Din and His So Badr al-Din Hasan - Richard F. Burton

... 'er refuse! While he was sitting by his father's tomb, behold, there came to him a Jew as he were a shroff, a money-changer, with a pair of saddlebags containing much gold, who accosted him and kissed his hand, saying: "Whither bound, O my ...

Life Of Romulus - Plutarch

... and inquired for their king; the senators suffered them not to search, or busy themselves about the matter, but commanded them to honour and worship Romulus as one taken up to the gods, and about to be to them, in ...

June 2001: —And The Moon Be Still As Bright - Ray Bradbury

... 're doing. They should have had an orientation program before they came to Mars to tell them how to look and how to walk around and be good for a few days. "That does it." The captain begged off and sat ...

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The Hanging Tree - Marty Robbins Play

I came to town to search for gold And I brought with me a memory And I seem to hear the night wind cry, "Go hang your dreams on the hangin' tree Your dreams ...

Casa Guidi Windows 1 - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

... courageously ?Wake Christ, wake Christ!??who, having tried the tank         Of old church-waters used for baptistry Ere Luther came to spill them, swore they stank;         Who also by a princely deathbed cried, ?Loose Florence, or God ...

Winter Dreams - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... encouraged him to tag along for a year or so longer. Judy made these forays upon the helpless and defeated without malice, indeed half unconscious that there was anything mischievous in what she did. When a new man came to town every ...

English Traits (Chapter 5: Ability) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... is greater than that of the resisting, the latter is destroyed. Therefore Wellington, when he came to the army in Spain, had every man weighed, first with accoutrements, and then without; believing ...

Aeneid: Book 2 - Publius Vergilius Maro

... thy declining town? But say, what wounds are these? What new disgrace Deforms the manly features of thy face?' "To this the specter no reply did frame, But answer'd to the cause for which he came, And, groaning from the ...

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The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 2) - Herodotus

... the women in Sparta; and from that day her aspect was changed. Afterwards when she came to the age for marriage, she was married to Agetos the son of Alkeides, this friend of Ariston of whom we spoke.. 62. Now ...

The Moment You Realize You re Going To Fall - Black Light Burns

... Like a torch falling fast out of the sky Because Of You Because of you I've searched The back streets to the shore The river banks No thanks It won't feel like before Because of this I ...

Pilot - Deadwood

... -- Brom's right hand is on the bar; he opens his fingers part way to reveal what he's concealed hitherto -- a nugget of gold; Swearengen reacts quickly -- SWEARENGEN For God's sake close your fist. BROM Cleaned up during the night, with five ...

Silicon Valley (Transcript) - American Experience (PBS)

... a century earlier during the Gold Rush, Americans were heading to California in ever-increasing numbers -- some 3,000 a month in the late 1950s -- in search of opportunity. Kathleen Cohen, Palo Alto Resident: People came to California to get started again in ...

Hanging Tree - Frankie Laine Play

I came to town To search for gold And I brought with me A memory And I seemed to hear The night wind cry Go hang your dreams on the hanging tree Your dreams ...

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The Hanging Tree - Frankie Laine Play

I came to town To search for gold And I brought with me A memory And I seemed to hear The night wind cry Go hang your dreams on the hanging tree Your dreams ...

The Laws (Part 1) - Plato

... ; and that at last the most courageous of men utterly lost his presence of mind for a time, and only came to himself again when he had slept off the influence of the draught. [Cleinias] But has ...

Manners (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... , long ago, but that it was reinforced from the fields. It is only country which came to town day before yesterday, that is city and court today. Aristocracy and fashion are certain inevitable ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 6 (Chap. 3.12) - Richard F. Burton

... in her finest finery and prepared food, whilst the old woman went out to look for the young man, who came not. So she went around searching for him, but could come by no news of him, and she said ...

Homer (Nagy trans.)'s “Scroll 23” - Lydia Langerwerf

... cut off and threw upon his body. Last came radiant Achilles with his head bowed for sorrow, so noble a comrade was he taking to the house of Had?s. When they came to the place of which Achilles had told them ...

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The Moment You Realize You're Going To Fall (Instrumental) - Black Light Burns

... Like a torch falling fast out of the sky Because Of You Because of you I've searched The back streets to the shore The river banks No thanks It won't feel like before Because of this I ...

Passing (Part 1: Encounter) - Nella Larsen

... that he might possibly be sincere In changing his religion. Surely everyone doesn't do everything for gain." Clare Kendry had no need to search for the full meaning of that utterance. She reddened slightly and retorted seriously: "Yes, I admit that ...

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