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|"The Diary of an Old Soul" is a collection of 366 daily Christian devotional poems by Scottish author, poet, and Christian Minister George MacDonald.|
|In Coraline's family's new flat there's a locked door. On the other side is a brick wall—until Coraline unlocks the door . . . and finds a passage to another flat in another house just like her own. Only different.|
|When Laura contemplated herself in the mirror of her own mind, the / she saw |
reflected there seemed greater, nobler, and more ... in their teens, that nothing on
earth is so irresistibly enchanting and bewitching as a beautiful young lady just
let loose from ... The inner life of soul, its high sentiment and deep feeling, were
wanting to the completeness of her nature. ... holier happiness than that arising
from gratified social ambition or self-love; who have never yet felt the rude shock
of the ...
|It would have been an act of mercy first to have freed her husband from the |
horrors of that sight; but he was left alive, as if ... with a steam-engine that only is
to weigh 600lbs. in the car, when a man will project a slate from him, and, if it
takes an ...
|Unique in its attention to the thoughts and feelings of a female protagonist, Jane Eyre was ahead of its time as a proto-feminist text.|
|We can only suppose it a freak of that perverse spirit which always makes us look |
wishfully away from ourselves to ... of rest," protected by the sacredness of their
poetical calling— safe among hostile chieftains, and loved even by rude
barbarism. ... life to its early end, and show how all his labors and projects were
broken off by death, and how he fell a martyr, and a .... the actors in his scenes;
thelurking selfishness, the halfformed desires, the suppressed fears that shook
|When the poor countess was seated under a tree, on some fine morning, he |
would lie at her feet and look her steadily in the eye without intermission. ... but
she listened to his words only as she would to the sighing of the wind, and he
began to despair. ... He put together a number of rude cabins, bivouacs, and
batteries, which he afterwards set on fire, neglecting nothing which could give a
... I understand your project," said M. Fanjat, " but you must not show yourself to
my niece yet.
|Giving to wo no utterance, But locked it in her breast ; And in a voice made low by |
sigbs, The reverend man addressed: ... The traveller shall read: — ' Here rests a
mother's sad remains Whose eartbly race is run, Her griefs are o'er, her soul has
... A few gentlemen (Mr. Philip Hone apparently the mover of the project) have
comhined to raise a subscription for the ... stands pointing its finger to a rude
block of marble, in which lies, unseen, a complete and immortal statue, waiting
only for ...
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