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|... Friendly Ties Whatever be the motives of insult, it is always best to overlook it; |
for folly can scarcely deserve resentment and malice is best punished by neglect.
... IT ISNT often that an extra gang foreman has an opportunity to be praised for
his Friendly Service activities since obviously his duties are such that he doesn't
come into contact with the traveling and ... "We found Mr. Butler an exceptional
man in this work, reasonable and cooperative in every way, a man whose
|What ever the motive for the insult, it is always best to overlook it; for folly doesn't |
deserve resentment, and malice is punished by neglect. - Johnson, Samuel
Revenge is always the weak pleasure of a little and narrow mind. - Juvenal ...
|A foreword by Gandhi’s grandson Arun and an introduction by Michael Nagler add useful context. From the Trade Paperback edition.|
|"There is no one quite like Barbara Kingsolver in contemporary literature," raves the Washington Post Book World, and it is right.|
1982 - 198 pages
|This is the only authoritative text of this late novel. It reproduces the manuscript which Mark Twain wrote last, and the only one he finished or called the "The Mysterious Stranger.|
|Hank Morgan awakens one morning to find he has been transported from nineteenth-century New England to sixth-century England and the reign of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.|
|Tom is an escape master, and a professional trickster. The best known passage in the book describes how Sawyer persuades his friends to whitewash, or paint, a long fence for him. -- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.|