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The Man Who Would Be King - Rudyard Kipling

... none ever come to call, and the thermometer walks inch by inch up to the top of the glass, and the office is darkened to just above reading light, and the press machines are red-hot of touch, and nobody ...

House of the Seven Gables (Chap. 1) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... ; and, as your worship knows, he permits of no discretion in the obedience of those who owe him service. Let who list open yonder door; I dare not, though the governor's own voice should bid me do it!" "Pooh, pooh, master ...

King Arthur: Book 11 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... tremulous light; then fear her lips unchained From that stern silence by the Dream ordained; CLXVI. And at those holy feet the Saxon fell Sobbing, ?O stay me not! O rather free These steps that fly to save his Carduel! Throne, altars ...

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The Travelling Companion - Hans Christian Andersen

... terribly thick clouds.' 'No,' replied his travelling companion, 'those are not clouds, they are mountains?the great glorious mountains, on which one gets quite up over the clouds, and into the free air. Believe me, it is delicious! To-morrow ...

The Reason of Church Government, Book - John Milton

... some measure be compast, at mine own peril and cost I refuse not to sustain this expectation from as many as are not loath to hazard so much credulity from the best pledges that I can give them. Although it nothing content ...

Mauprat - Ch. 11 - George Sand

... carry within us from our earliest years the seeds of those virtues and vices which are in time made to bear fruit by the action of our environment. As for myself, I had not yet found anything whereon my vanity could ...

Marmion - Canto Sixth - The Battle - Sir Walter Scott

... shed, And trimm?d my shaggy beard and head, I scarcely know me in the glass. 220 A chance most wondrous did provide, That I should be that Baron?s guide- I will not name his name!- Vengeance to God alone belongs; But, when I think on ...

On the Future of our Educational Institutions (Chap. 2) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... home of culture?ancient Greece. If with the solitary help of those pinions we sought to reach those far-distant and diamond-studded walls encircling the stronghold of Hellenism, we should certainly not get very far; once more, therefore, we ...

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The Phantom Rickshaw - Rudyard Kipling

... a box of presents and toys. It is the same everywhere. The men who do not take the trouble to conceal from you their opinion that you are an incompetent ass, and the women who blacken your character and misunderstand your ...

Runaround - Isaac Asimov

... what makes him drunk. At potential equilibrium, half the positronic paths of his brain are out of kilter. I'm not a robot specialist, but that seems obvious. Probably he's lost control of just those parts of his voluntary mechanism that a human drunk ...

Last Exit To Springfield - The Simpsons

... kids shudder. Next the dentist consults the Simpsons kids. He inspects Maggie's mouth. DR. WOLFE Maggie's teeth are coming in rather crooked. Has she been sucking on a pacifier? MARGE Uh... not to my knowledge. DR. WOLFE Liar! A little while later ...

Main Street (Chapter XV) - Sinclair Lewis

... two rooms: a waiting-room with straight chairs, shaky pine table, and those coverless and unknown magazines which are found only in the offices of dentists and doctors. The room beyond, looking on Main Street, was business-office, consulting-room, operating ...

Second Sons - Game of Thrones

... : You're very young to be a captain. PRENDAHL: He's not a captain. He's a lieutenant. DAENERYS: Even if your numbers are right, you must admit the odds don't favor your side. MERO: The Second Sons have faced worse odds and won. JORAH ...

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I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream - Harlan Ellison

... ice had formed in blue and silver flashes, where novas lived in the glass. The downdropping stalactites as thick and glorious as diamonds that had been made to run like jelly and then solidified in graceful eternities of ...

Yellow Submarine - Script - The Beatles

... just wrote it like that When you're listening late at night You may think the band are not quite right But they are They just play it like that It doesn't really matter What chords I play What words ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 50) - Thomas Hardy

... earlier, having become so reeking hot in the tight squeeze of his excited hand that the woman in spangles, brazen rings set with glass diamonds, and with chalked face and shoulders, who took the money of him, hastily dropped it ...

Casa Guidi Windows 2 - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

... first took hope up in this song,         Because a child was singing one ... behold, The hope and omen were not, haply, wrong!         Poets are soothsayers still, like those of old Who studied flights of doves; and creatures young         And tender, mighty ...

Recitatif - Toni Morrison

... to her. Things are not right. The wrong food is always with the wrong people. Maybe that's why I got into waitress work later-to match up the right people with the right food. Roberta just let those chicken legs sit ...

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Twice Told Tales (The Great Carbuncle) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... of thunder, but heard nothing, and were glad that the tempest came not near them. The stars?those dial-points of heaven?now warned the adventurers to close their eyes on the blazing logs and open them in dreams to ...

Men In Black script - Sony Pictures

... reads "JAMES DARREL ED..." then "JAMES DARR..." The glasses are removed and put on the coat's pocket. ZED (O.S.) You are no longer part of "the system." "JAMES..." "JAM..." ZED (O.S.) We're above the system. Over it. Beyond it. A tie pushed ...

Notes Toward a Supreme Fiction - Wallace Stevens

... Irrational moment its unreasoning, As when the sun comes rising, when the sea Clears deeply, when the moon hangs on the wall Of heaven-haven. These are not things transformed. Yet we are shaken by them as if they were ...

Rappaccini's Daughter - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... and perfume; and sometimes methinks I would fain rid myself of even that small knowledge. There are many flowers here, and those not the least brilliant, that shock and offend me when they meet my eye. But pray, signor, ...

The Gilded Age (Chap. 4) - Mark Twain

... due deliberation and inquiry they returned the inevitable American verdict which has been so familiar to our ears all the days of our lives?"NOBODY TO BLAME."          **[The incidents of the explosion are not invented. They happened just as they ...

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This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen - Tadeusz Borowski

... is well?they will not have to move the heavy rails or carry the beams. In the meantime, the ramp has become increasingly alive with activity, increasingly noisy. The crews are being divided into those who will open and unload ...

Toni Morrison's “Recitatif” - ChrisApap

... to her. Things are not right. The wrong food is always with the wrong people. Maybe that's why I got into waitress work later-to match up the right people with the right food. Roberta just let those chicken legs sit ...

Toni Morrison's “Recitatif” (2) - ChrisApap

... to her. Things are not right. The wrong food is always with the wrong people. Maybe that's why I got into waitress work later-to match up the right people with the right food. Roberta just let those chicken legs sit ...

Toni Morrison's “Recitatif” (3) - ChrisApap

... to her. Things are not right. The wrong food is always with the wrong people. Maybe that's why I got into waitress work later-to match up the right people with the right food. Roberta just let those chicken legs sit ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 52) - Thomas Hardy

... you tell me."         "Now, let me see what the time is," said Troy, after emptying his glass in one draught as he stood. "Half-past six o'clock. I shall not hurry along the road, and shall be there then before nine."

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The Lovely Bones (Chapter 17) - Alice Sebold

... most awkward stage of adolescence ? not boy, not man. Most days he hid his body in big T-shirts and sloppy jeans, but he had liked wearing the suit that day. ?Hal and Grandma are waiting for us downstairs,? he said ...

Tess of the d'Urbervilles, a Pure Woman (Chap. 43) - Thomas Hardy

... fall, but raced along horizontally upon the yelling wind, sticking into them like glass splinters till they were wet through. Tess had not known till now what was really meant by that. There are degrees of dampness, and a very little ...

Why I Am So Wise - Friedrich Nietzsche

... falsity or mongrel instincts of our "culture? which confuses the artful with the rich and the effete with the great. Fourthly, I attack only those things from which all personal differences are excluded, where there is no history of disagreements. On ...

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... belongs to us. This is where the United States ends, father says." "Are we in Canada?" "We are not. We're in the middle of the Montana Rockies. But you are now on the only five square miles of land ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 6 (Chap. 1.2) - Richard F. Burton

... withal. Moreover, I saw in this island many kinds of oxen and buffalos, whose like are not found in our country. Here I sold some of the diamonds which I had by me for gold dinars and silver dirhams and bartered others for ...

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The Mortal Immortal - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... it with wonder: flashes of admirable beauty, more bright than those which the diamond emits when the sun's rays are on it, glanced from the surface of the liquid; an odour the most fragrant and grateful stole over my sense ...

Vanessa Cruz - The Blacklist

... is a car waiting for you outside. You are going to the airport. HOBBS: Please. THE DIRECTOR: Zzt! You are leaving the country tonight. You are not to call your family, and you are never coming back. Security appears and takes ...

Main Street (Chapter XVII) - Sinclair Lewis

... . They tramped through a shining-new section of apartment-houses; not the tall bleak apartments of Eastern cities but low structures of cheerful yellow brick, in which each flat had its glass-enclosed porch with swinging couch and scarlet cushions and ...

About Last Night... - South Park

... in human history. Quincy: So, come on, enlighten us. What are we stealing this time? Obama: The Hope Diamond, rated number four of the ten most precious diamonds in the world. Going street value. Middle-Eastern market. Of course, two ...

Comus - John Milton

... soul grows clotted by contagion, Imbodies, and imbrutes, till she quite loose The divine property of her first being. Such are those thick and gloomy shadows damp [ 470 ] Oft seen in Charnell vaults, and Sepulchers Lingering, and ...

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

... , but I may have been mistaken. In some pictures of Provincetown the persons of the inhabitants are not drawn below the ankles, so much being supposed to be buried in the sand. Nevertheless, natives of Provincetown assured me that they could ...

The Ponds - Henry David Thoreau

... at and so dimple it again. It is like molten glass cooled but not congealed, and the few motes in it are pure and beautiful like the imperfections in glass. You may often detect a yet smoother and darker water, separated ...

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