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|ПАЧИТ I« a tragedy which seems, at flrst view, to пате neither plan nor rule ; |
which move» at random, twims In vacuity, und nnfnlda Itself ... Why had the furioa
* transports, tho savage cri, s of Othello Its« power to shake the abran of our souls
than the feverish effort* of this sickly .... A dit iUuiim, a profound lassitude
possesses him. ... folded arms, idly soliloquising :— '• Ob. what a rogue and
pomiant slave am I ! I» It not monition» thil tbi« player beie, But In a rklion In a
dream of pasolon.
|This is a point capable of metaphysical analysis; but it is obvious that we have no |
space to devote to such an ... Slave life i The word has been so abundantly
illustrated of late that it is an article in itself. ... by M. de Lamartine; or “ opener," as
more prosaically translated by his present biographer) was nothing less than God
's .... Because the profound art of the “Commentaries,” or the instinctive genius of
the “ Vicar of Wakefield," for example, ... Hamlet scarcely appears in his own
|An admirable collection of Crowley's aphorisms-- Witty, subtle, and instructive paradoxes that challenge and exhilarate.|
|Within the text itself, Miller contemplates the parallels, writing: "Political opposition...is given an inhumane overlay, which then justifies the abrogation of all normally applied customs of civilized behavior.|
|I should like to make an extract or two, but should be greatly puzzled which to |
choose, and I do not feel that any more ... She appears as the rcpreseiita- 1 tive of
her sex in the great tragedy of “ Civilizzition. ... more than eighteen hundred years
has not done, or given evidence that it ever will do its perfect work,but I am now
satisfied ... J. S. B. Satan, Dec.,1847. ... the expense of those profound chapters of
social science which have been published since the commencement of the paper
|I am, however, loath to believe that Millet's la*borer is fairly typical of French tillers |
of the soil. ... 600 Copies a Day " The Letters of Captain Dreyfus to his Wife " is
attracting profound attention everywhere. ... Let us thank God and take courage.
... Our own generation has seen the abolition of slavery in America and of
serfdom in Russia. ... unable apparently to enter Into the spirit of the passage,
have applied these words to Satan; but there is no sufficient reason for thus doing
violence to ...
|600 Copies a Day " The Letters of Captain Dreyfus to his Wife " is attracting |
profound attention everywhere. ... The New York Sun <m Wednesday of this
week printed the following letter containing an offer of three prizes, .... Our own
generation has seen the abolition of slavery in America and of serfdom in Russia.
... Let us thank God and take courage. .... unable apparently to enter into the spirit
of the passage, have applied these words to Satan; but there is no sufficient
reason for thus ...
|Although Twain is best known for "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," many who read "Puddn'head Wilson and Those Extraordinary Twins" find that it is actually one of the best Twain stories written.|