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Chapter 15: Self Help in Hard Times - Howard Zinn

... a fallow field is a sin and the unused land a crime against the thin children.. . . And in the south he saw the golden oranges hanging on the trees, the little golden oranges on the dark green trees; and guards with shotguns patrolling ...

Nostromo (Chap. 2.7) - Joseph Conrad

... wide open, and his sombrero covering his face?the attention of some friend, perhaps. The light of the flames touched the foliage of the first trees on the Alameda, and played on the end of a side street near by, blocked ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... -fashioned mansions, so that shadows are thrown into the further recesses of an angular and spacious room, making them put on a look of haunted undergrowth of lonely woods, I have drawn the attention of my comrades by my fixed gaze and ...

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Milton: A Poem - William Blake

... depths of direst Hell, & thence to Albion's land: Which is this earth of vegetation on which now I write. The Seven Angels of the Presence wept over Milton's Shadow: p. 14 AS when a man dreams, he refledls not that his ...

The Ballot or the Bullet - Malcolm X

... . Imagine, these lowdown Southern segregationists put the Northern Democrats down. But the Northern Democrats have never put the Dixiecrats down. No, look at that thing the way it is. They have got a con game going on, a political con game, and ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 6 (The Beach) - Henry David Thoreau

... smoke above the horizon, the motions of the steamers in Calais Harbor [on the coast of France] are at all times observable at Ramsgate [on the English coast], from the first lighting of the fires to the putting out at ...

Introductory Lecture on the Times - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... consider well this affirmative side, which has a loftier port and reason than heretofore, which encroaches on the other every day, puts it out of countenance, out of reason, and out of temper, and leaves it nothing ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 2) - Martin Luther

... , and to keep the Law on earth; to call the righteousness of the Gospel heavenly, and the righteousness of the Law earthly; to put as much difference between the righteousness of the Gospel and that of the Law, as there ...

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On the Genealogy of Morals, Second Essay - Friedrich Nietzsche

... fruit:?for what a long stretch of time this fruit must have hung tart and sour on the tree! And for an even much longer time it was impossible to see any such fruit? ...

Trunk v. City of San Diego - United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit

... display?located outside a public building?consisting of an eighteen foot menorah, a forty-five foot Christmas tree that the Court deemed a typically secular emblem of the holidays, and a sign saluting liberty. See 492 U.S. at 616?17, 109 S.Ct. 3086. Although Justice ...

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave Chapter 10 - Frederick Douglass

... night. He appeared to us as being ever at hand. He was under every tree, behind every stump, in every bush, and at every window, on the plantation. He would sometimes mount his horse, as if bound to St. Michael ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 4.11) - Richard F. Burton

... royal robes and crowned him with his father's crown and put the seal-ring on his finger, after seating him on the Throne of Sovranship. The young King ordered himself towards them, after his father's fashion of mildness and justice ...

Chapter 14: War Is the Health of the State - Howard Zinn

... , went to her and whispered, "Little woman, you cannot afford not to vote. You represent the womanhood of the country. . . ." On the next roll call she stood up: "I want to stand by my country, but I cannot vote ...

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

... leaf is whirl'd away, The rooks are blown about the skies; The forest crack'd, the waters curl'd, The cattle huddled on the lea; And wildly dash'd on tower and tree The sunbeam strikes along the world: And but for fancies ...

Natural History of the Intellect (Chapter 1) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... or as in the angelic, and spends its omniscience on the lowest wants. The old Hindoo Gautama says, "Like the approach of the iron to the loadstone is the approach of the new-born child to the breast." There is ...

The Conduct of Life (Chap. 6) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... scale ascends. Next come the resentments, the fears, which injustice calls out; then, the false relations in which the offender is put to other men; and the reaction of his fault on himself, in the solitude and devastation of his ...

Saint Augustine's “The City of God - Book XIV” - Dr. Tenen

... ,?1 had there not been also an evil will, whose wickedness separates it from that which the angels celebrated, ?Peace on earth, of good will to men.?2 For ?good? is superfluous if there is no other ...

Burning Bright - Ray Bradbury

... himself and pulled up to stroll again. He was now half across the street, but the roar from the beetle's engines whined higher as it put on speed. The police, of course. They see me. But slow now; slow, quiet ...

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MERCYCTE // The House on Mango Street - Sandra Cisneros

... beer that made Milwaukee famous, and fill it up with hot water from the tap, then put the glass of water on the center of the table, the way she taught me. Look in it; do you see anything? But ...

Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter VIII. Plants - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... infest or hurt one in that place whereas a bay-tree is. The Romaynes call it the plant of the good angel." Camomile.?It was formerly imagined that this plant grew the more luxuriantly for being frequently trodden or pressed down ...

Sura 2: The Cow - Holy Qur'an (English Interpretation)

... them seven heavens; and He has knowledge of everything. And when thy Lord said to the angels, 'I am setting in the earth a viceroy.' They said, 'What, wilt Thou set therein one who will do corruption there, ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 2) - Richard F. Burton

... right and left and found himself amiddleward the sea on aboard a ship in full sail, and saw the Persian sitting by him; wherefore he knew that the accursed Magian had put a cheat on him and that he had fallen into ...

Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council - The Supreme Court of the United States

... Lutheran Church of Glendale v. County of Los Angeles, 482 U. S. 304, 318 (1987). The issues presented in the case are ready for our decision. The Supreme Court of South Carolina decided the case on constitutional grounds, and its rulings are now ...

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Compensation (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... varieties of condition tend to equalize themselves. There is always some levelling circumstance that puts down the overbearing, the strong, the rich, the fortunate, substantially on the same ground with all others. Is a man too strong and fierce for society ...

Society and Solitude (Chap. 5) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... flesh is angels' flesh, all alive. "Infancy," said Coleridge, "presents body and spirit in unity: the body is all animated." All day, between his three or four sleeps, he coos like a pigeon-house, sputters and spurs and puts on his ...

The Sorrows of Young Werther (Book II) - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

... possession.                                 SEPTEMBER 4 It is even so! As nature puts on her autumn tints it becomes autumn with me and around me. My leaves are sere and yellow, and the neighbouring trees are divested of their foliage. Do you remember my ...

Overture [Chapter 1] - Marcel Proust

... after dinner, uninvited. On those evenings when, as we sat in front of the house beneath the big chestnut-tree and round the iron table, we heard, from the far end of the garden, not the large and noisy rattle ...

Walking (Full Text) - Henry David Thoreau

... of their lives. Their coat-of-arms is simply a lichen. I saw it painted on the pines and oaks. Their attics were in the tops of the trees. They are of no politics. There was no noise of labor. I did not ...

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Casa Guidi Windows 1 - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

... donna waving measures with her fan,         And not the judgment-angel on his knees (The trumpet just an inch off from his lips),         Who when he breathes next, will put out the sun? Yet mankind?s self were foundered in eclipse ...

The American Scholar - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... , that we may speak. The Arabian proverb says, "A fig tree, looking on a fig tree, becometh fruitful." It is remarkable, the character of the pleasure we derive from the best books. They impress us with the conviction, that one nature wrote ...

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

... device succeeded, she bade put me in this chest, and secretly brought in the slaves and the doorkeepers and bribed them; and, on the night when thou wast perched upon the date tree, she sent the blacks to do with ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 6 (Chap. 2) - Richard F. Burton

... himself, said, "In the name of Allah, the Compassionating, the Compassionate!" and mounted the ladder, calling on the name of the Lord and reciting the Verses of Safety.[FN#134] When he reached the top of the wall, he clapped ...

Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume II Chapters I-III (1-3)” - MsMAPLit

... me from my nearly dormant state, and I ate some berries which I found hanging on the trees, or lying on the ground. I slaked my thirst at the brook; and then lying down, was overcome by sleep. "It was dark when I awoke ...

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Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume III Chapters I-IV (1-4)” - MsMAPLit

... before saw equalled. Look at that castle which overhangs yon precipice; and that also on the island, almost concealed amongst the foliage of those lovely trees; and now that group of labourers coming from among their vines; and that village ...

Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter V. Natural Phenomena - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... sun (as some write) appeared to the Earl of March like three sunnes, and sodainely joyned altogether in one, upon whiche sight hee tooke such courage, that he fiercely setting on his enemyes put them to flight."?We may note ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.10) - Joseph Conrad

... in nothing; and he remained sitting on the thwart. The dawn from behind the mountains put a gleam into his unwinking eyes. After a clear daybreak the sun appeared splendidly above the peaks of the range. The great gulf burst into a glitter ...

The Celestial Railroad - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... like a hurricane, there was a flutter of wings and the bright appearance of an angel in the air, speeding forth on some heavenly mission. The engine now announced the close vicinity of the final station-house by one last and horrible ...

Saint Augustine's “The City of God - Book XIX” - Dr. Tenen

... of the holy angels in the fourth circle of society, advancing now from the three circles of society on earth to the universe, and embracing heaven itself. And in this friendship we have indeed no fear that the angels will ...

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Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume I Chapters III-VI (3-7)” - MsMAPLit

... human nature. My uncle smiled, and said, that I ought to be an advocate myself, which put an end to the conversation on that subject. "And now I must tell you a story that will please, and perhaps amuse you. ...

Areopagitica - John Milton

... our own weapons, and with our owne arts and sciences they overcome us. And indeed the Christians were put so to their shifts by this crafty means, and so much in danger to decline ...

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