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|It's as though nature tested a man tor endurance and constancy to prove whether |
he was good enough to get to California. JOHN STEINBECK (1902-1968), ... 4
Almost every desire a poor man has is a punishable offence. LOUIS-
|Carter, Joe No matter how old you get, if you can keep the desire to be creative, |
you're keeping the man-child alive. - Cassavetes, John Almost every desire a
poor man has is a punishable offence. - Celine, Louis-Ferdinand If you really
|Of the "main Bohemian." 3 To be remembered after we are dead, is but poor |
recompense for being treated with contempt while we are living. ... 3 Almost every
desire a poor man has is a punishable offence. LOUIS-FERDINAND CÉLINE ...
|Peire Cardenal (1180-1272) Troubadour Poet If some beggar steals a bridle he'll |
be hung by a man who's stolen a horse. There's no surer justice in the ... Almost
every desire a poor man has is a punishable offence. Even diseases have lost ...
|Other men, like the narrator himself, are condemned to revolve endlessly around |
them like silent stars, prevented by an invisible barrier from ever entering the
forbidden ... Almost every desire a poor man has is a punishable offense" (200).
|Forget for awhile that you have glasses on your nose and autumn in yourheart. |
Odessa Stories . ... Voyage auBout de la Nuit (Journey to the Endof the
Night)  Almost every desire a poor man has is a punishable offense.
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|Originally published to shocked reviews in 1932 France, a scathing literary critique of what the writer believed to be the poor judgment and hypocrisy of society follows the travels of petit-bourgeois anti-hero Bardamu, from the trenches of ...|
|fact, be analogous to that which they now exercise in the case of men drawing |
good-conduct pay. 14. ... to a commanding office over the good-conduct pay of a
good soldier is withheld in the case of the daily pay of the bad one. 15. ... I have
frequently talked over the plan above sketched with regimental commanding
officers, and- almost without ... For the second and third offences the
commanding officer awards a minor punishment, generally defaulter's drill or
confinement to barracks.
|And though jealousy be especially " the rage of a man," and produces the most |
fatal effects; yet sometimes female passions ... but fornication is in almost every
black catalogue in the Scripture ; and, however men may be deceived by vain
words, its dire effects on the ... which cannot be mentioned wi1 hint offence : and
every thing, which docs not com virt with the design of marriage, though sajic,
ioncd ... All impure discourse, imaginations, or desires, are likewise condemned
by this law.