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|If you do not hear reason she will rap you on the knuckles. - Franklin, Benjamin |
To bear other people's ... Franklin, Benjamin If you wouldn't live long, live well; for
folly and wickedness shorten life. - Franklin, Benjamin An old young man, will be
|Franklin, Benjamin If you wouldn't live long, live well; for folly and wickedness |
shorten life. - Franklin, Benjamin An old young man, will be a young old man. -
Franklin, Benjamin Those who love deeply never grow old; they may die of old
|Huxley uses his entire prowess to throw the idea of utopia into reverse, presenting us what is known as the "dystopian" novel. When Brave New World was written (1931), neither Hitler nor Stalin had risen to power.|
|Then if you would provide only such food as is necessary to nourish your bodies |
and delight your sense of taste, you would find another ... I say again there is not
a necessity, a comfort, or a luxury of daily life, of which you do not waste far more
than you use or enjoy. ... You are perfectly well aware of your folly, not to say
wickedness, in this respect. ... to the end of the folio from which I had been
reading, " I have no notion of living on bran bread and water, even if I do live the
longer for it.
|Bnt Ben, don't you think I could draw : I should so like to be • great man, wouldn't |
you, Ben?" " Yea, but I never shall," sighed Ben. "Still, Jack, lean be good, you
know, and that is better than being great. Oh, Jack, you have made life worth
living now since I've been here ! " "Jack ... Sue is very ill, I hear, and if I don't come
home before bed time, I shall want father to come over and stay with me, ... Well, I'
ve been thinking that perhaps Ben would sleep with you — — " " Oh, please 'm,
|you. Now you can believe me every thing that is beautiful; then there'll be no |
more illusion, and you may not like the ... They say he lives in Nineveh, and that
he's one of nature's noblemen. ... "I doubt if you'd agree to the description if you
knew him as well as I do. ... "Then why reflect so long? ... "I feel so wicked ! ...
bewailed Pearl's folly, Lawyer Verdict dropped in to say that the squire had left
his money to Pearl, and cut off the poor ... "You can not : the woman doesn't live
|Oh Jenny,' says I, ' what's this for T Are you going to be a trouble to me now for |
the first t i me in your life ? ... and never spends his earnings in vice or folly ; who,
if any accident should reduce him to poverty, would rather live on bread and ...
Well, this was always the way with Jenny and me ; she had so much to say, and
so sensible seemingly, that I did not know .... 4 Sure it's tho thing in the world
would please me best,' said I ; 4 wouldn't I be happy to be out of this wicked town,
that was ...
|is young and handsome ; and if her presence here displeased me, could yon |
divine no excusable motive for my ... Well, dear Mrs. Subtle, say no more — I was
perhaps too hasty. ... I'll cut him off with a shilling. ... Are you not satisfied to enjoy
the pleasure of revenge as long as you live ? ... 'Tis a wicked imposture of his—
the nettv revenge of disappointed hope. ... Poor Mrs. Subtle, thought I, if these
had been her own, it wouldn't so much havo grieved her ; but to lose a packet of
|The Wyves Tale of Bathe and prologue are among the best-known of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.|
|How long she sat there afterward she did not know; but Miss Basil, ever watchful |
against malaria, found her there with her ... Who had cut the name away, she
could not imagine—indeed, that was a question she was not concerned about—
but, if ... The Griswolds are all down with chills, and here you are, on this damp
gravel, as if you never heard of such a thing! ... CH AFTER I. HAT excellent life,
which many persons live who belong to the higher section of English middle-
class life, had ...