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What Is Man and Other Essays of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them, and ... .................................................... .................... 148 ENGLISH AS SHE IS TAUGHT ..................................................... ... can come within a split hair of guessing the complexion of his religion: English—Protestant; Ameri can—ditto; Spaniard, Frenchman, Irishman, Italia... ...hen we have lately had a season or two of them in New York with these same singers in the several parts, and possibly this same orchestra. I resolved ... ...ou can lay on your keelson except gravel. THURSDAY.—They keep two teams of singers in stock for the chief roles, and one of these is composed of the m... ...oon till ten at night. Nearly all the labor falls upon the half dozen head singers, and apparently they are required to furnish all the noise they can... ...e so tram meled in his material that his name stands for whatever is most malevo lent and perfidious in human nature. You see how easy and flowing i... ...the laborers. No work is done, in the hive or out of it, save by them. The males do not work, the queen does no work, unless laying eggs is work, but ...

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Middlemarch

By: George Eliot

...ad lost their parents, on plans at once narrow and promiscuous, first in an English family and afterwards in a Swiss family at Lausanne, their bachelor... ...plexion which became a student; as different as possible from the blooming Englishman of the red whiskered type represented by Sir James Chettam. “I a... ...d: it is true that when he used a Greek or Latin phrase he always gave the English with scrupu lous care, but he would probably have done this in any... ...an appetite for submission afterwards. And certainly, the mistakes that we male and female mortals make when we have our own way might fairly raise so... ...g, for the dinner party was large and rather more miscellaneous as to the male portion than any which had been held at the Grange since Mr. Brooke’s ... ... missy to come down.” Rosamond and Mary had been talking faster than their male friends. They did not think of sitting down, but stood at the toilet t... ...ist on my singing. But I shall tremble before you, who have heard the best singers in Paris. I have heard very little: I have only once been to London... ...yed that he could not find his hearth free. When he opened the door the two singers went on towards the key note, raising their eyes and looking at him... ... and flung himself into a chair. 476 Book VI — The Widow and the Wife. The singers feeling themselves excused by the fact that they had only three bar...

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