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|Colton, Charles Caleb There's nothing I like less than bad arguments for a view |
that I hold dear. - Dennett, Daniel Fear not those who argue but those who dodge
. - Ebner-Eschenbach, Marie Any fact is better established by two or three good ...
|But could it have been a conscious sleight of hand from a tough, disciplined |
woman, famous for her view that "neither comprehension nor learning can ... "
There's nothing I like less than bad arguments for a view that I hold dear," she
|In the spirit of previous classics like Outlaw Culture and Reel to Real, this new collection of compelling essays interrogates contemporary cultural notions of race, gender, and class.|
|He packed his grip and left the fields of love. as it were, by the first train, and then |
poor Fanny, when it was too late, ... There is. my dear. no reason in the world why
you shouldn't marry money, and there are most of the reasons in the .... \Vhen
things are prosperous, when nothing is urgent, how easy it is to be wise, to be
worldly! ... Besides, dear, I'm not a bad match. ... Really, now I come to think it
over, I'm a much better match. from a perfectly worldly point of view, than any of
|Pedro. l am then fond of change'l Say this against me And thou wilt not offend. |
lies. ... Over the grave of my dear child ! ... I know not what they 're like, They are
so frightful, tossing here and there By their own rustic untamed springiness, Even
when ... Didst thou not Stand with Don Pedro here and hold the prince Don Luis
with him at the sacrament Of baptism? ... from limb, Nor, what were worse than all
, bereft of thee; For Heaven will give me thoughts and views of Ines, As Ifles gave
|Chicago will not mourn you Any more than did Detroit; In the Rockies there is |
room enough For many a grand exploit. Then, Doty, take a friend's advice,
Although it be a fool's, 0, pack your grip-sack, Doty dear, And give us back our
schools '. ... Dr. MURRAY has prepared a list of books that he would like to have
read at onceIt is desirable also, and it is requested, that ... the wages of a lady
teacher, when as a final argument she told them she could not live on less than
she was getting.
|First published in 1930, Last and First Men is full of pioneering speculations about evolution, terraforming, genetic engineering and many other subjects.|
|This work of above 400 pages, ISmo. briefly gives the views of several |
distinguished writers on the prophecies of ... I wish you God speed in your labor
of love, and enclose you a five dollar bill on my account for its support. ... The
arguments you have advanced are unanswerable, and it is to be hoped, that the
enjoyment of this blessing will soon be the common experience of God's people.
... Dear Sister — There is nothing of more importance than for us to be prepared
|If they could be persuaded, then it would be safe to propose a corn duty, the |
ultimate object, on the plea that Protection ... Lord Randolph, therefore, goes
down to a great industrial centre with the □view, tacit or avowed, of saying such
... but there is no man more useful to a party than the orator who, by crude
exaggeration and blurting out everything in his .... We will say nothing of the
cruelty and impolicy of taxing food, and nothing of another argument — which we
begin, we regret to ...
|There is nothing objectionable in the marquis," he said to himself; " on the |
contrary, if Elizabeth feels a regard for him, and he offers ... If they lean to this
young noble, then, I refrain from interfering; for it will be settled, alas! against my
choice, Frank Egerton. ... And so we are going to lose our visitor, the Marquis of
Brabatone, I hear, my dear girl ? .... I understand Mr. Twyrett A little pickling, a
little tickling, with a tit of spice — of argument — by way of mixture, (not a bad one
,)" slily spoken.