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The Greshams of Greshamsbury

By: Anthony Trollope

...darlings were carried about from London to Brighton, from Brighton to some German baths, from the German baths back to Torquay, and thence—as regarded... ... to put our best foot foremost, the wisdom of which is fully recognized by novelists, myself among the number. It can hardly be expected that any one ... ...to dispose of the property as he pleased. Any doubt as to its going to the male heir had never hitherto been felt. It had occasionally been encumbered... ...ere came a rector, and a rector’s sister; and with the latter Mary studied German and French also. From the doctor himself she learnt much; the choice... ...he temptation should not be resisted. The squire, therefore, and the elder male guests soon found them- selves alone round their wine. ‘Upon my word, ... ...s always a danger in delay. The Greshams—of course she alluded only to the males of the family—were foolishly soft-hearted; no one could say what migh...

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What Is Coming a Forecast of Things after the War

By: H. G. Wells

...nd. Long before Europe was familiar with the engaging person- ality of the German Crown Prince, he represented great air- ships sailing over England (... ...he trenches of France and Flanders, and on the battlefields of Russia, the Germans have been spending and making the world spend the comfort, the luxu... ...sources, arrest of material progress, the killing of a large moiety of the males in nearly every European country, and universal loss and unhappiness?... ...ria to send an impossible ultimatum to Serbia, and invaded Belgium because Germany was being attacked. The Krupp-Kaiser Empire, he assures us, is no e... ...ely. It has not only killed and wounded an unprecedented proportion of the male population of all the combatant nations, but it has also destroyed wea... ...end, a fraction of his debt, and gets his discharge. “B’s” feelings, as we novelists used to say, are “better imagined than described”; he does his be... ...asted your substance—contemptuously. Now, mark you, you have multitudes of male children between the ages of nine and nineteen running about among you...

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Memorials and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...les, the T urkish historian, which is exposed so severely by Spittler, the German, who, again, is himself miserably superficial in his analysis of Eng... ...pted into our grave political faith the rash and malicious sketches of our novelists. With Fielding commenced the practice of systematically traducing... ...fty years back (though manifestly at utter war, in the portraitures of our novelists, with the realities handed down to us by our Parliamentary annals... ...entury, or between the privileged cities and the un- privileged country of Germany down to the Thirty Years’ War; but, for us, they are in the last de... ...vailing conception of his order, as sketched by satiric and often ignorant novelists, he might be regarded, in all that concerned the liberalization o... ...ng Mrs. Harvey, as well as Colonel Watson. And amongst them was an ancient German gentle- man, to what century belonging I do not know, who had every ... ...r with the numerous chapels erected in it to different saints by devotees, male or female, in the families of forgotten Landgraves through four centur... ...h a marriage went to incapacitate the children who might be born under it, male or female, from succeeding. On that account, as well as because curren...

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