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Words to Wright By

By: Robin Bayne

...ry Printed and published in the U.S.A. by MountainView Publishing A division of Treble Heart Books Sierra Vista, AZ http://www.trebleheartbooks.com Th... ...ebleheartbooks.com This is a non-fiction work. All rights reserved. No part of this book or any other copyrighted materials contained herein, used by... ...e is indeed an artistic Being as well. He made the lofty peaks, cuddly koala bears, lacy snow and iridescent feathers, the gossamer dress of an iris, ... ... stream of living water. Give me words in your season. Give me leaves in all seasons. Let Y our message prosper. 46 This page is blank 47 Chapter Tw... ...leep with either a book or a pen in hand. Somewhere along the way, I stopped listening to God. Time passed, computers came on the scene, people left, ... ...cognized “my words” as a gift from God. I had forgotten He just wanted me to listen, and to do. I have become neither rich nor famous, but as each new... ...ove is glad when someone else does a great job and they get the praise. Love bears the bad presentations as well as the good ones; love believes that ... ...about the Reconstruction Era in Georgia. Kate Dolan, after coming east from Chicago to attend college at the Catholic University of America in Washin...

...Join a variety of well-known authors as they share the Scripture or quotations they find inspiring to their writing. The devotionals they?ve contributed reflect all aspects of the writing life: basic motivation, rejection, publishing and su...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

...on Published by the Author York, Western Australia 2006 The first edition of this book was published under the title The Mystical Chorus by Millenniu... ...lished under the title The Mystical Chorus by Millennium Books [an imprint of E.J. Dwyer (Australia) Pty. Ltd.] in 1995. This second edition, with tex... ...are adherents. It is true that the vast majority of Westerners continue to list themselves on the census forms as Christian or Jewish, but for many pe... ... to say how a schizophrenic feels? Stop talking at the person and start to listen. How does it feel to weep nonstop for months at a time? If you haven... ...establishment of a Department of Comparative Religion at the University of Chicago in 1892 might be said to have inaugurated the study of Comparative ... ...ch comes into her own tree, she dunna ask who planted it, nor what name it bears to men. For the tree is all to the nut-hatch, and this was all to me.... ... Details in Henri Frankfort, Book II, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1948. Egyptian + Palestinian + Arab + Mesopotamian ... ... the road’s south side. For a year I live here, experiencing the change of seasons, picking my way over the dry, stubbled grass of November fields rime... ...sacred manner a very beautiful woman who is dressed in white buckskins and bears a bundle on her back. One of the hunters feels lust for the woman, bu...

...Most readers of this book will have had some type of religious instruction. Whether as children we were taught at a church Sunday school or some other religious institution, or weabsorbed simple social assumptions from the culture we live...

...What Is Religion? 1Buddhism 16Christianity 59Mysticism 118A Chorus Of Powers: American Indian Belief 176The Sacred Land: Australian Aboriginal Religion 238Conclusion 277References 293The Collected Works Of Carl Jung 299...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...AMSTOWN, MASS., MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1907 NO. 1 THE HATCHET BURIED Conclusion of Hostilities Be- tween the Classes of 1909 and 1910 End of the March J7th... ...nd 1910 End of the March J7th Celebration —The Shirt-Tail Parade- Speeches of the Four Orators on the Old Campus When the four olnsseB joined hands an... ... Catalogue Free to any address WRIGHT &0ITSON Bostco and Cambridg-e, Mass- Chicago, Ills. ProvidcDce, R. I. Wilson House ^ Drug Co. Wilson House Block... ...ucius I'aksonsWarren 1907, of Chioago, III., prepared for col- lege at the Chicago Latin sohool. He has played center field on the baseball team for t... ...rfeit game to its credit; or, in other words, Williams will include in its list of game-scores at the end of next season both a victory over and a def... ...ion occur the league would immediately beco.me eligible for a place on the list of former leagues which have passed their period of usefulness, so far... ... lumbermen congregated in the 0. B. Joyful soloon, The style of the author bears a Continued on page L jects. It was during the years that the class o... ...O DRESS FOR STTIE NUTNESS, AND COHFORT WEARTHE lanoVEO style of the author bears Continued on page i. STON GARTER THE RECOGNIZED STANDARD' Tlie Nama I... ... Worcester Worcester marks the culiiiiua- tion of one of the most vigorous seasons of track work ever ex- perienced at Williams, Track has been a pron...

...lliams is the Williams Record, a weekly broadsheet paper published on Wednesdays. The newspaper was founded in 1885, and now has a weekly circulation of 3,000 copies distributed in Williamstown, in addition to more than 600 subscribers across the country. The newspaper does not receive financial support from the college or from the student government and relies on revenue ...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

... http://samvak.tripod.com/freebooks.html Created by: LIDIJA RANGELOVSKA REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA C O N T E N T S I. A II. B III. C IV. D V... ... XXI. The Author A Abortion I. The Right to Life It is a fundamental principle of most moral theories that all human beings have a right to lif... ...Reductio ad absurdum: if, in the far future, research will unequivocally prove that listening to a certain kind of music or entertaining certain tho... ... future stream of income - i.e., dividends. Alas, none of these oft-recited dogmas bears any resemblance to reality. Shares rarely represent owners... ... But why do shareholders cooperate with such corporate brigandage? In an important Chicago Law Review article whose preprint was posted to the Web ... ...s a serious study of the Jews and their role in history, past and present. Endless lists of prominent people of Jewish descent are produced in supp... ... efforts" (in Georges Duby, "The age of the Cathedrals: Art and Society, 980-1420, Chicago, Chicago University Press, 1981). Despite the fact that ... ... This time the euphoria is mostly a social reaction. The new status (just married) bears a cornucopia of social rewards and incentives, some of the... ...itannica, "taboos could include prohibitions on fishing or picking fruit at certain seasons; food taboos that restrict the diet of pregnant women; p...

Cyclopedia of issues in economics analyzed through the prism of the economies of countries in transition, emerging markets, and developing countries.

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

... http://samvak.tripod.com/freebooks.html Created by: LIDIJA RANGELOVSKA REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA C O N T E N T S I. A II. B III. C IV. D V... ... XXI. The Author A Abortion I. The Right to Life It is a fundamental principle of most moral theories that all human beings have a right to lif... ...Reductio ad absurdum: if, in the far future, research will unequivocally prove that listening to a certain kind of music or entertaining certain tho... ... future stream of income - i.e., dividends. Alas, none of these oft-recited dogmas bears any resemblance to reality. Shares rarely represent owners... ... But why do shareholders cooperate with such corporate brigandage? In an important Chicago Law Review article whose preprint was posted to the Web ... ...s a serious study of the Jews and their role in history, past and present. Endless lists of prominent people of Jewish descent are produced in supp... ... efforts" (in Georges Duby, "The age of the Cathedrals: Art and Society, 980-1420, Chicago, Chicago University Press, 1981). Despite the fact that ... ... This time the euphoria is mostly a social reaction. The new status (just married) bears a cornucopia of social rewards and incentives, some of the... ...itannica, "taboos could include prohibitions on fishing or picking fruit at certain seasons; food taboos that restrict the diet of pregnant women; p...

...Cyclopedia of issues in modern philosophy: The philosophy of science and religion, the cognitive sciences, cultural studies, aesthetics, art and literature, the philosophy of economics, the philosophy of psychology, and ethics....

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Aesthetics

By: Florentin Smaradanche

...TITU POPESCU THE AESTHETICS OF PARADOXISM (second edition) American Research Press Rehoboth 2002 2... ...) American Research Press Rehoboth 2002 2 Titu Popescu THE AESTHETICS OF PARADOXISM (second edition) Translated from Romanian by P. Georgelin, ... ...k production. No space for ambiguity remains when we address to readers or listeners who are somewhat acquainted with the subject and we use such ter... ...nly through the mediation of the art of paradoxism. The non-intention bears liberation with itself, but the anarchical impulses are reconsidered... ...ction in dramaturgy, the lowering from the solemn level to the vulgar one bears ridiculousness, the superposition of the fiction with the absurd rea... ...d dramatic texts. I dissimulate them. People don’t even read them, don’t listen to them. Anyway a paradoxist movement is neither nihilism nor desp... ...o both, the ruptures of language draw a tense attention to them. The inner seasons of man oscillate between hibernating and thawing in a long cycle o... ...ooks written in English: 30. NonPoems, Xiquan Publishing House, Phoenix - Chicago, 1990&1991; 31. Dark snow, Erhus University Press, Phoenix - Chica... ...ix - Chicago, 1992; 32. Circles of Light, Erhus University Press, Phoenix-Chicago, 1992; 33. Outer-Art (experimentation in paintings, drawings, draf...

...In the history of thought and creation, the decisive events, the great and significant moments, the strongly affirmative stages - then the imposition of the optimizing novelties - have depended on the name and prestige of a personality. R...

...In aesthetics, the paradox means the apparent resolution of an enigmatic situation (the result of such a process is the satisfaction of a distention), the emotional moving force being the unforeseen, the unexpected (which generates and also perturbs a new tension). Therefore, the...

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Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

...COVER OF VOICES FROM THE PAST: In Voices from the Past, a daring group of five independent novels, acclaimed author Paul Alexander Bartlett acco... ...s, acclaimed author Paul Alexander Bartlett accomplishes a tour de force of historical fiction, allowing the reader to enter for the first time int... ...drawn with power. Bartlett is an accomplished writer.” PAUL ENGLE in The Chicago Tribune: “...articulate, believable ... charms with an expert know... ...ees, then sat next to him. The door had shut itself and we were alone. We listened to each other’s breathing and his hand sought mine and climbed my... ...aeus and some friends to supper. We sat around the courtyard fountain and listened to the harpists playing under the burning lamps. Libus, Nanno, Su... .... I ate only fruit and nuts, but fruit is often scarce in Rome at certain seasons. Rafael was friendly; Paciola was faithful; Bramante was friendly.... ... today he puts forth The tender leaves of hope; tomorrow blossoms, And bears his blushing honors thick upon him; The third day comes a frost, a ... ...er can smell too strongly of sulfur too often. “Am I not a mighty man who bears a hundred souls on his back!”— talk like this was to little purpose, ... ...Commander-in-Chief. My qualification: integrity. I can not sleep. In Chicago, one windy night, I attended my first symphony concert. I was in t...

...In Voices from the Past, a daring group of five independent novels, acclaimed author Paul Alexander Bartlett accomplishes a tour de force of historical fiction, allowing the reader to enter for the first time into the private worlds of five remarkable people: ...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

... By Indrek Pringi Library of Congress Txu 987-756 Copyright January 29th 2001 Canadian Copyri... ...ns: Connection, and Separation. This book explores the logical extrapolation of this, and other Dynamics. My challenge to the reader is simple. ... ... it. If you live by it, and sit under its shade and wonder about it. If you listen to the wind soughing through its branches and enjoy its beauty ... ...s, nobody would The Path of Splitness Chapter One: The Universe 70 have listened to him. In fact, if he had not used two expedient constants: ... ...ir bodies were controlled and balanced by the natural circadian cycles of the seasons and eco-systems: but with fire, they could stay up longer, go ... ...ht who mistakenly think their light and fire will protect them from marauding bears. That is why so many camping incidents of people being attacked ... ...the masses of viewers creates the impression that all news is meaningless and bears no connection and no relevance to the life of the viewer. One ... ...t an earlier government agent called Elliot Ness who fought organized crime in Chicago in the 20’s and 30’s. Because there were no brave ’G’ men to ... ...vestigate and prosecute Al Capone. He managed to whitewash the entire corrupt Chicago City Government and the Mayor of Chicago by keeping all the na...

...The Path of Splitness is a major non fiction work of 1,868 pages: This is the latest revised version. The book analyzes and explains: 1: The origins of our Universe: where it came from and how it was created. 2: Basic aspects a...

...Chapter 1: The Universe. Pgs 1-112 How the Universe came into being. Chapter 2: Life Pgs 113-131 Structural dynamics of the Universe and Life Chapter 3: Hominids Pgs 132-187 A: How we evolved into Humans Pgs 188-222 B: Summary of Hominid-Human Development Chapter 4: Modern Human Dynamics P...

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American Notes

By: Rudyard Kipling

...ics Series Publication American Notes by Rudyard Kipling is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...rs. Kipling was J. M. Balestier, a promi- nent lawyer in New York City and Chicago, who died in 1888, 4 American Notes leaving a fortune of about a m... ... real work that they have been nearly suppressed and are rarely found in a list of his writings. Their very caustic style is of interest to a student ... ...he Yellowstone ........................................................ 37 Chicago ...................................................................... ...rge hand of welcome, and were as brethren, and I did homage to the owl and listened to their talk. An Indian club about Christmas-time will yield, if ... ...epose after reading about machinery in action. An excellent gentleman, who bears a name honored in the magazine, writes, much as Disraeli orated, of “... ...nd strawberries of no ac- count, where the procession of the fruits of the seasons was like a pageant in a Drury Lane pantomime and the dry air was wi...

...Introduction: In an issue of the London World in April, 1890, there appeared the following paragraph: ?Two small rooms connected by a tiny hall afford sufficient space to contain Mr. Rudyard Kipling, the literary hero of the present hour, ?the man who...

...American Salmon ...................................................... 29 The Yellowstone ........................................................ 37 Chicago ..................................................................... 46 The American Army ................................................... 55 America?s Defenceless Coasts ................................. 60...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...LASSICS SERIES PUBLICATION Main Street by Sinclair Lewis is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...om Blodgett College. The days of pioneering, of lassies in sunbonnets, and bears killed with axes in piney clearings, are deader now than Camelot; and... ...for-leather posses. As she climbed along the banks of the dark river Carol listened to its fables about the wide land of yellow wa- ters and bleached ... ...h which led 11 Sinclair Lewis her to study professional library-work in a Chicago school. Her imagination carved and colored the new plan. She saw he... ... parting, and we’ll never see some of the bunch again!” “Carol, you got to listen to me! You always duck when I try to talk seriously to you, but you ... ...gain. She wrote to him once a week—for one month. VI A year Carol spent in Chicago. Her study of library-cata- loguing, recording, books of reference,... ... work to tell them improbable stories of sea-faring and horse- trading and bears. The children’s parents either laughed at him or hated him. He was th... ... to it a solicitude about their nests and family squabbles. She forgot her seasons of boredom. She said to Hugh, “We’re two fat disreputable old minst...

...Excerpt: This is America--a town of a few thousand, in a region of wheat and corn and dairies and little groves. The town is, in our tale, called ?Gopher Prairie, Minnesota.? But its Main Street is the continuation of Main Streets everywhere. The story would...

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Captains Courageous a Story of the Grand Banks

By: Rudyard Kipling

...Captains Courageous A Story of the Grand Banks by Rudyard Kipling A Penn State Electronic Classics Seri... ...State Electronic Classics Series Publication Captains Courageous: A Story of the Grand Banks by Rudyard Kipling is a publication of the Pennsylvania ... ...a hot drink and took off his clothes, and he fell asleep. When he waked he listened for the first breakfast-bell 8 Captains Courageous on the steamer... ...’ run a line fence around her, an’ filled her up with lions an’ tigers an’ bears an’ buf- falo an’ crocodiles an’ such all. Slatin Beeman he’s a 16 C... ...he skipper. “Walked into Dan, hev ye?” “No; it’ s about you.” “I’m here to listen.” “Well, I-I’m here to take things back,” said Harvey very quickly .... ...ou that ever single time since we’ve sailed together.” “ A matter o’ seven seasons,” returned Tom Platt coolly . “Good stowin’ s good stowin’ all the ... ...etter that?” “Not on those grades. That gives ‘em sixty hours from here to Chicago. They won’t gain anything by taking a special east of that. Ready? ... ...nt on. “Now then. Canniff, Toucey , and Barnes, of course. Ready? Canniff, Chicago. Please take my private car ‘Constance’ from Santa Fe’ at Sixteenth...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. The weather door of the smoking-room had been left open to the North Atlantic fog, as the big liner rolled and lifted, whistling to warn the fishing- fleet....

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The History Of

By: H. G. Wells

... G. Wells A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication The History of Mr. Polly by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvania State Univ... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any per- son using this document file, for any purpose, and in... ...hy and history, as the repeating of names that were hard to pronounce, and lists of products and populations and heights and lengths, and as lists and... ...d adored white man into the swarming villages of Central Af- rica. He shot bears with a revolver—a cigarette in the other hand—and made a necklace of ... ...rvice, and look through the great gates at the candles and choristers, and listen to the organ-sustained voices, but the transepts he never penetrated... ...e no work at all. Neither had he worried about business nor about time and seasons. And for the first time in his life he had seen the Aurora Borealis... ...tively anything more than a feeble idiot, it would burn most of London and Chicago, for example, and build sane and beautiful cities in the place of t...

...Excerpt: ?HOLE!? said Mr. Polly, and then for a change, and with greatly increased emphasis: ??Ole!? He paused, and then broke out with one of his private and peculiar idioms. ?Oh! Beastly Silly Wheeze of a Hole!?...

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A Tramp Abroad

By: Mark Twain

... A Tramp Abroad by Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) is a publi... ...y Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any ... ... this one gives. The first night we were there, we went to bed and to sleep early; but I awoke at the end of two or three hours, and lay a comfortable... ...or. Well, one Sunday morning 13 A Tramp Abroad I was sitting out here in front of my cabin, with my cat, taking the sun, and looking at the blue hill... ... or jumped a brook, or traversed a brickyard with it, he has the names of those places burned upon it, too. Thus it is his regimental flag, so to spea... ...Nature ten million years ago against the day when a man worthy of it should need it for his monument. The time came at last, and now this grand rememb... ... gathered a specimen or two of every kind which we were unacquainted with; so we had sumptu- ous bouquets. But one of the chief interests lay in chasi... ...ng the average of deaths in each 1,000 population for a year. Munich was always present with her 33 deaths in each 1,000 of her population (yearly ave... ...it will be granted that our towns and villages are healthier than our cities. Here is the average of the only American cities reported in the German t...

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Democracy in America

By: Alexis de Tocqueville

... One and Two by Alexis de Tocqueville, trans. Henry Reeve is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...; I had rather injure the success of my statements than add my name to the list of those strangers who repay the generous hospitality they have receiv... ...of two excesses. In strict connec- tion with this penal legislation, which bears such striking marks of a narrow sectarian spirit, and of those religi... ... a corrupt nature which is effected both by men and beasts to do what they list, and this liberty is inconsistent with authority, impatient of all res... ... may have been true in 1832, but is not so in 1874, when great cities like Chicago and San Francisco have sprung up in the Western States. But as yet ... ...wer of the State is vested in two assemblies, the first of which generally bears the name of the Senate. The Senate is commonly a legislative body; bu... ...; they received it as we receive the rays of the sun and the return of the seasons. Amongst them the royal power had neither advocates nor opponents. ...

...Excerpt: In the eleven years that separated the Declaration of the Independence of the United States from the completion of that act in the ordination of our written Constitution, the great minds of America were bent upon the study of the principles of government that were essential t...

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French Ways and Their Meaning

By: Edith Wharton

...obal Language Resources, Inc. All rights reserved. Based on the first edition of 1919. Electronic text created by Sara Triggs. Contents Preface . . . ... ...EIR MEANING 1 PREFACE T his book is essentially a desultory book, the result of intermittent observa tion, and often, no doubt, of rash assumption. H... ...s clever of the critic to find his instance in Boston instead of Pittsburg or Chicago. But unfortunately the cemetery for which the Boston millionaire ... ...nversation is known to be so good that the other guests have been invited to listen to him. Even so, he must give them a chance now and then, and it i... .... But above all they are not to air their views in the presence of men worth listening to. The French care passionately for ideas, but they do not exp... ...uch as France—is that all their semblance of freedom, activity and authority bears not much more like ness to real living than the excercise of the M... ...for it, and also because it moves to a different rhythm, and keeps different seasons. It is because they refuse to regard it either as merely an excha...

...Excerpt: PREFACE; This book is essentially a desultory book, the result of intermittent observation, and often, no doubt, of rash assumption. Having been written in Paris, at odd moments, during the last two years of the war, it could hardly be more than a series of disjointed notes; and the excu...

...Table of Contents: Preface, 1 -- I ?First Impression, 4 -- I, 4 -- II, 6 -- III, 8 -- II? Reverence, 10 -- I, 10 -- II, 13 -- III, 15 -- III? Taste, 17 -- I, 17 -- II, 17 -- III, 18 -- IV, 21 -- IV? Intellectual Honesty, 24 -- I, 2...

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My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglass. With an Introduction. By James M'Cune Smith

By: Frederick Douglas

...blication My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglas is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...der this head in the daily papers; his name glided as often—this week from Chicago, next week from Boston—over the lightning wires, as the name of any... ...sed through every gradation of rank comprised in our national make-up, and bears upon his person and upon his soul every thing that is American. And h... ...pes many troubles which befall and vex his white brother. He seldom has to listen to lectures on propriety of behavior, or on any- thing else. He is n... ... a part of the system, rather than a part of the man. Were slaveholders to listen to complaints of this sort against the overseers, the luxury of owni... ...he evening, I was kept at hard work, in the field or the woods. At certain seasons of the year, we were all kept in the field till eleven and twelve o... ... imps about justice and mercy, would have been as absurd as to reason with bears and tigers. Lead and steel are the only arguments that they understan... ...union, I was soon made a classleader and a local preacher among them. Many seasons of peace and joy I experienced among them, the remembrance of which...

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Life on the Mississippi

By: Mark Twain

...fe on the Mississippi by Mark T wain (Samuel L. Clemens) is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furn... ...ersity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and i... ...hat it wouldn’t be no risk to swim down to the big raft and crawl aboard and listen—they would talk about Cairo, because they would be calculating to ... ...and make it night in the earth; I bite a piece out of the moon and hurry the seasons; I shake my self and crumble the mountains! Contemplate me throu... ...dow of them; two or three wood flats at the head of the wharf, but nobody to listen to the peaceful lapping of the wavelets against them; the great Mi... ...s. Life on the Mississippi Mark T wain 229 One can do this in Boston and Chicago. The “burnt dis trict” of Boston was commonplace before the fire... ... disease.’— North American Review, No. 3, Vol. 135. In an address before the Chicago Medical Society, in ad vocacy of cremation, Dr. Charles W . Purd... ...Sights THE OLD F RENCH PART OF N EW O RLEANS—anciently the Span ish part—bears no resemblance to the American end of the city: the American end wh... ...Bear Creek—so called, perhaps, because it was always so particularly bare of bears—is hidden out of sight now, un der islands and continents of piled...

...Excerpt: The ?Body Of The Nation? But the basin of the Mississippi is the body of the nation. All the other parts are but members, important in themselves, yet more important in their relations to this. Exclusive of the Lake basin and of 300,00...

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The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc

By: Thomas de Quincey

...The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc BY THOMAS DE QUINCEY Edited with Introduction and Notes by Milton Ha... ...TE ELECTRONIC CLASSICS SERIES PUBLICATION The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc By Thomas de Quincey is a publication of the Pennsylvania State Univ... ...ut is un- known to history. In his Confessions the same constructive power bears its part in the author’s triumph. A peculiar end was to be reached in... ...he imperial arms, but emblazoned in proportions as modest as a signet-ring bears to a seal of office. Even this was displayed only on a single panel, ... ...aused her easily to understand how happy it would make me to rank upon her list as No. 10 or 12: in which case a few casualties amongst her lovers (an... ...f the battle. The agitation of her enthusiasm had been so conspicuous when listening, and when first applying for information, that I could not but as... ... sympathy with France during great eclipses, in those that during ordinary seasons were always teasing her with brawls and guerilla inroads, strengthe... ...ndsor Forest. This reference I owe indirectly to Professor J. M. Manly, of Chicago. 77 4 OR, BEING UPON THE MARCHES OF FRANCE, A MARQUIS: Marquis is d...

...Excerpt: Some portions of this Introduction have been taken from the Athenaeum Press Selections from De Quincey; many of the notes have also been transferred from that volume. A number of the new notes I owe to a review of the Selections by Dr. Lan...

.................................... 11 THE ENGLISH MAIL-COACH....................................................................13 SECTION I?THE GLORY OF MOTION .................................................................................. 13 GOING DOWN WITH VICTORY................................................................................................ 30 SECTIO...

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The World Set Free

By: H. G. Wells

...ICS SERIES PUBLICATION The World Set Free by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any per- son using this document file, for any purpose, and in... ...nd flushed under his matted hair, gesticulating to his gaping, incredulous listener, gripping his wrist to keep him attentive, was the most marvellous... ... gas mantle—cer- tainly is; actinium. I feel that we are but beginning the list. And we know now that the atom, that once we thought hard and impenetr... ...a few thousand generations indeed he had tilled the earth and followed the seasons, say- ing his prayers, grinding his corn and trampling the Octo- be... ...state of Paris, and such on a larger scale was the condition of affairs in Chicago, and the same fate had overtaken Berlin, Moscow, T okio, the easter... ...k or so of wear would have seemed fantastic to them. Their clothing hardly bears thinking about. And the conges- tion of them! Everybody was jostling ...

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An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters

By: H. G. Wells

...AN ENGLISHMAN LOOKS AT THE WORLD Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks upon Contemporary Matters By H.G. WELLS 1914 A Penn... ...lication An Englishman Looks at the World by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... .... It rests upon the soil, and from that soil below and its reaction to the seasons and the moods of the sky overhead have grown most of the tradi- tio... ...ht amuse you as one is amused by looking out of a window into a street, or listening to a piece of agreeable music, and that might be the limit of its... ...erature after Babylon. His first proceeding would be, I suppose, to make a list of that collection. What books, he would say, have all my libraries to... ...he very spirit of eigh- teenth century Constitutionalism. And his Whiggery bears Utilitarianism instead of the vanity of a flower. Among his cities, a... ...till unassailed by industry. This much one sees clearly enough eastward of Chicago. Westward it becomes more and more the fact. In Idaho, at last, com... ...ia and New Y ork State and the belt of great towns that stretches out past Chicago to Milwaukee and Madison that the nation centres and seems destined... ...ing race-suicide, or upon the constructive side which plans and builds and bears the future? The only possible answer to each one of these questions a...

...Contents THE COMING OF BLRIOT ......................................................................................................... 5 MY FIRST FLIGHT..............................................................................................

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Crime Its Cause and Treatment

By: Clarence Darrow

...CATION Crime: Its Cause and Treatment by Clarence Darrow is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...they have a popular significance which is easy to follow. Clarence Darrow. Chicago, August 1, 1922. CRIME ITS CAUSE AND TREATMENT I I I I I WHA WHA WH... ...uses. It has taken man a long time to find this out. The recurrence of the seasons, the seed-time and har- vest, the common phenomena of Nature, were ... ...operty laws that have had no counterpart in the early history of man. This list has grown so fast that it is beyond the power of a large class of men ... ...pation of crime. Strikes, lockouts, panics and the like always leave their list of unfortunates in the prisons. Every lawyer engaged in crimi- nal pra... ..., a psy- chology of movement, of impatience, of waste, of futility. Men in Chicago start to drive to Milwaukee without the slightest reason for going ... ...thlessly destroyed but openly confiscated. Lying was a fine art. When this bears a harvest after the war, the public loudly clamors for hanging boys w... ...nt, every change of organization, every modification made by civilization, bears its toll of victims who have not been able to adjust themselves to th...

...Preface: This book comes from the reflections and experience of more than forty years spent in court. Aside from the practice of my profession, the topics I have treated are such as have always held my interest and inspired a taste for books that discuss the human machine with its mani...

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North America Volume One

By: Anthony Trollope

...ublication North America: Volume One by Anthony Trollope is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...was illustrated to me by a New Hampshire man who was conversant with black bears. At the hotels in the New Hampshire moun- tains it is customary to fi... ... the hotels in the New Hampshire moun- tains it is customary to find black bears chained to poles. These bears are caught among the hills, and are thu... ...ake it, arises from the exceptional mental depression of those who have to listen to them. Then the ladies, or probably some one lady, will sing, and ... ...d the Hudson River, with a peep into Boston and New York, before many more seasons have passed by. But I cannot forbear to tell my countrymen that any... ...nada, Quebec has 60,000; Montreal, 85,000; Toronto, 55,000. In the States, Chicago has 120,000; Detroit, 70,000; and Buffalo, 80,000. If the populatio... ...e lion of Quebec may be regarded as “done,” and may be ticked off from the list. The most considerable lion, according to my taste. Li- ons which roar... ...ion of inhabitants, while Montreal has 85,000? Why has that babe in years, Chicago, 120,000, while Toronto has not half the number? I do not say that ...

....................................................................................................................... 212 CHAPTER XV: THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK ................................................................. 243 CHAPTER XVI: BOSTON..................................................................................................................

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The Long Vacation

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...ries Publication The Long Vacation by Charlotte M. Yonge is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...sion by the loss of hair, and with a look of weary, placid enjoyment as he listened to the talk of the other two; Lance with bright, sweet animation a... ...ess promptness and the rapt, musing look she had seen when she came on him listening to the measured cadence of the waves upon the cliffs, and the rev... ...shud- der, and think how much more he respected the bird or beast. Then at Chicago, when Wood’s own folly and imprudence had brought on an illness tha... ...us, fell in love with her, and made her good offers to sing in Canada, and Chicago was a place where few questions were asked, so she freed herself. S... ...er whom noth- ing would detach from one of the firemen. Then came the four seasons belonging to the flower stall, appropriately decked with flowers, t... ...st of blue, pink, and white lotus lilies, and in a flower-decked house the Seasons dispensed pot-flowers, bouquets, and button- holes; the Miss Simmon... ... - - - DREAMS DREAMS DREAMS DREAMS DREAMS Faith’s meanest deed more favour bears, Where hearts and wills are weighed, Than brightest transports, choic...

...Preface: If a book by an author who must call herself a veteran should be taken up by readers of a younger generation, they are begged to consider the first few chapters as a sort of prologue, introduced for the sake of those of elder years, who were kind enough to be interested in the domestic politics of the Mohuns ...

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Leaves of Grass

By: Walt Whitman

... Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Por table Document file is f... ...ity. This Por table Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and i... ...ing learners of all, teachers of all, and lovers of all. We have watch’d the seasons dispensing themselves and passing on, And have said, Why should n... ...d passing on, And have said, Why should not a man or woman do as much as the seasons, and effuse as much? We dwell a while in every city and town, We ... ...passing on in its turn, With faces turn’d sideways or backward towards me to listen, With eyes retrospective towards me. 3 Americanos! conquerors... ...ive and silent? What do you need camerado? Dear son do you think it is love? Listen dear son—listen America, daughter or son, It is a painful thing to... ...summer ripples on Paumanok’s sands, Crossing the prairies, dwelling again in Chicago, dwelling in every town, Observing shows, births, improvements, s... ...ves hurry in and out, Not the air delicious and dry, the air of ripe summer, bears lightly along white down balls of myriads of seeds, Waited, sailing... ...adly and savage, Manhattan rising, advancing with menacing front—Cincinnati, Chicago, unchain’d; What was that swell I saw on the ocean? behold what c...

...Excerpt: BOOK I. INSCRIPTIONS. One?s-self I sing, a simple separate person, Yet utter the word Democratic, the word En-Masse. Of physiology from top to toe I sing, Not physiognomy alone nor brain alone is worthy for the Muse, I say the Form complete is worthier far, The Female equally with the Male I sing. Of Life immense in passion, pulse, and powe...

...Contents LEAVES OF GRASS.......................8 BOOK I. INSCRIPTIONS..................9 One?s-Self I Sing...................................9 As I Ponder?d in Silence.....................10 In Cabin?d Ships at Sea.......................11 T...

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The Days Work

By: Rudyard Kipling

...ics Series Publication The Day’s Work by Rudyard Kipling is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...g meal with Hitchcock was eaten booted and spurred: over their cigars they listened to the hum of the village as the gangs came up from the river-bed ... ...od.] I know; we are mooring them with wire-rope,” was the answer. “ Heh! I Listen to the Chota Sahib. He is working hard.” From across the river came ... ..., but he looked at Rod curiously. Rick is a sunny-tempered child who never bears malice, and I don’t 50 Rudyard Kipling think he quite understood. He... ...he beautiful line of boats swept by as steadily as the pro- cession of the Seasons. The Dimbula heard the Majestic say, “Hmph!” and the Paris grunted,... ...ly bin out ten months, but I’m home- sick—I’m just achin’ homesick.” “T ry Chicago, Katie,” said the switching-loco; and the bat- tered old car lumber... ...round, I guess. Anyway, I’ve done my duty. She’s on her way to Kansas, via Chicago; but I’ll lay my next boilerful she’ll be held there to wait consig... ... The Maltese Cat; “didn’t we meet in Abdul Rahman’s stable in Bombay, four seasons ago? I won the Paikpattan Cup next season, you may re- member?” 16...

...Excerpt: The least that Findlayson, of the Public Works Department, expected was a C.I.E.; he dreamed of a C.S.I.: indeed, his friends told him that he deserved more. For three years he had endured heat and cold, disappointment, discomfort, danger, and disease,...

.................... 34 THE SHIP THAT FOUND HERSELF......................................................................................... 53 THE TOMB OF HIS ANCESTORS ............................................................................................ 68 THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP SEA ........................................................................................

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The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson to His Family and Friends ; Selected and Edited with Notes and Introd. By Sidney Colvin : Volume 1

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...V olume 1 A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Vol. One is a publication of the Pennsylvania St... ...ity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ... remember condemning something of mine for being too obtrusively didactic. Listen to Herbert – ‘Is it not verse except enchanted groves And sudden arb... ..., strained and silent, as though to get its head above its neighbour’s and listen. Y ou know what I mean, don’t you? How trees do seem silently to ass... ...eaden sky and the wintry cold-looking hills. It was the oddest conflict of seasons. A wee rabbit – this year’s making, be- yond question – ran out fro... ... for you. An old godly woman pre- dicted the end of the world, because the seasons were be- coming indistinguishable; my cousin Dora objected that las... ...ISCO, AUGUST 1879.] DEAR COLVIN, – I am in the cars between Pittsburgh and Chicago, just now bowling through Ohio. I am taking charge of a kid, whose ... ...anta Lucia Moun- tains, nursed by an old frontiers-man, a mighty hunter of bears, and I scarcely slept, or ate, or thought for four days. Two nights I... ...I can get it the bet- ter. If there is anything in your weird library that bears on either the man or the period, put it in a mortar and fire it here ...

Excerpt: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Vol. One.

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The Varieties of Religious Experience

By: William James

...m James A PENN STATE ELECTRONIC CLASSICS SERIES PUBLICATION The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James is a publ... ...ious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...ing as they were vis- iting our land. It seems the natural thing for us to listen whilst the Europeans talk. The contrary habit, of talking whilst the... ...st the Europeans talk. The contrary habit, of talking whilst the Europeans listen, we have not yet acquired; and in him who first makes the adven- tur... ...o late, which is in due time for thee. Everything is fruit to me which thy seasons bring, O Nature: from thee are all things, in thee are all things, ... ..., that laughter of any sort may be considered a religious exercise, for it bears witness to the soul’s emancipation. I quoted this opin- ion in order ... ...ness as found in Fore- thought Minus Fearthought, Menticulture Series, ii. Chicago and New York, Stone. 1897, pp. 21-25, abridged. 101 William James ... ...f fa- tigue has been abundantly proven in my own case; for my earlier life bears a record of many, many years of bedridden invalidism, with spine and ... ...cal character, and in this part of his work followed no previous model. In Chicago to-day we have the case of Dr. J. A. Dowie, a Scottish Baptist prea...

Excerpt: The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James.

...NEUROLOGY............................................................................................................. 11 Lecture II: CIRCUMSCRIPTION OF THE TOPIC ................................................................................................ 34 Lecture III: THE REALITY OF THE UNSEEN ............................................................................

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Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant

By: Ulysses S. Grant

...rant A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant by U. S. Grant is a publication of the Pennsylvania State Un... ...ity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...ngers had already been secured. The addition of over seven hundred to this list crowded the steamer most uncomfortably, espe- cially for the tropics i... ...oms, and su- perintended their drill. It was evident, from the time of the Chicago nomination to the close of the canvass, that the 115 U. S. Grant e... ...accepted with their organizations as they were, except in two instances. A Chicago regiment, the 19th infantry, had elected a very young man to the co... ...dier-general, and that they had unani- mously recommended me as first on a list of seven. I was very much surprised because, as I have said, my acquai... ...sas, Washita and Red Rivers. The last three are navi- gable streams at all seasons. Bayous Baxter and Macon are narrow and tortuous, and the banks are... ... valley to within a mile or such a matter of the town of Chattanooga, then bears off westerly, then north-westerly, and enters the T ennessee River at... ... the foot of Lookout Moun- tain. This creek, from its mouth up to where it bears off west, lay between the two lines of pickets, and the guards of bot...

Excerpt: Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant by U.S. Grant.

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