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|If I live to 60 I can beat him (MAYBE).3 That belated, but capitalized MAYBE is no |
doubt a sign of Hemingway's deep admiration for ... But nobody's going to get me
in any ring with Mr. Tolstoy unless I'm crazy or I keep getting better.5 Curiously, ...
|Boxers, traditionally, have shown little interest in the ignoble art of writing, but |
writers have long been fascinated by the noble art of fighting. Joyce Carol Oates
... ring with Mr. Tolstoy unless I'm crazy or I keep getting better.” When Mike Tyson
|When I closed the book on my lap, she said, “Are you going all the way to St. |
Louis?” “No, Terre Haute. How about you?” “I get off before that, at Clayville. ... “
What does a young woman with all that knowledge about Tolstoy, and other
things as well I'm sure, do in Clayville, Indiana, ... “Vegetate, that's what I do. Are
you married?” I answered yes, surprised at the question. “You don't have a ring
on.” “No ...
|There may be no other way to impose logic and order on a nation so vast and |
disparate and yet so utterly efficient when setting itself a great ... But nobody's
going to get me in any ring with Mr. Tolstoy unless I'm crazy or I keep getting
|But nobody's going to get me in any ring with Mr. Tolstoy unless I'm crazy or I |
keep getting better. ◦ Ernest Hemingway in The ... What he made me feel was not
the desire to imitate, but the conviction that imitation was futile. ◦ Ellen Glasgow
|Yelisei was dead with fatigue; he wanted to rest, and have a drink, but Tarasuitch |
would not halt. Tarasuitch ... Get a dri k. I don't want any." Yelisei stopped. "Don't
wait," says he; "I'm only going to run in for a minute here at this hut, and get a
drink. ... He heard a child crying in the hut. Yelisei rapped with the ring: "Masters."
No reply. He rapped again on the door with his staff: "Christians I" No one moved.
|Plays graf Leo Tolstoy. TANYA. No, it's all right, just wait. ... I'm for Burdey's. ... |
Well, I'm not denying it; but you will agree that without seeing all of which you
speak, it's difficult for us, the uninitiated, to believe. ... I cannot help believing in
this ring, you know. ... First we'll have Grossman... you know, the famous mind
|Leo Tolstoy, MobileReference. "An answer? Yes," said Anna. "Let him wait. I'll |
ring." "What can I write?" she thought. ... "I ought to see Alexey" (so she called
Vronsky in her thoughts); "no one but he can tell me what I ought to do. I'll go to ...
that when she had told him the day before that she was not going to Princess
Tverskaya's, he had said that in that case he should not go either. She went up to
the table, wrote to her husband, "I have received your letter. ... I'm going to the
|When Leo Tolstoy was a boy, his adored older brother Nikólenka challenged him |
to stand in a corner until he could stop ... In 1987, the psychologist Daniel
Wegner discovered that American college students have the same trouble. ...
Here is an abbreviated transcript of one such episode; each asterisk indicates a
bell ring. ... to not think* about the white bear, then it makes me think about the
white bear more so it doesn't work, so I'm going to try harder not to think about the
|She knew beforehand that everything would go on in the old way, and far worse, |
indeed, than in the old way. ... little consequence in the morning, that this position
was precious to her, that she would not have the strength to exchange it for the
shameful ... “An answer? Yes,” said Anna. “Let him wait. I'll ring.” “What can I write
?” she thought. “What can I decide upon alone? ... I'm going to , U the princess 5.