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Vanity Fair

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...y person using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State University nor Jim M... ...plague take them!) bawling in front of their booths, and yokels looking up at the tinselled dancers and poor old rouged tumblers, while the light-fing... ...bition of this sort, will not be oppressed, I take it, by his own or other people’s hilarity. An episode of humour or kind- ness touches and amuses h... ...n this to tag to the present story of 4 V anity Fair “V anity Fair.” Some people consider Fairs immoral altogether, and eschew such, with their serva... ...s of the above language, as they are propounded in that wonderful book the Eton Latin Grammar, was compelled to remain among the very last of Doctor S... ...o go outside in the rain, where, however, a young gentleman from Cambridge College sheltered me very kindly in one of his several great coats. This ge... ...ately manner to open the door, and making an elegant bow at her egress. At Eton he was called Miss Crawley; and there, I am sorry to say, his younger ... ...nstruc- tress (I am too poor to engage a governess for mine, but was I not educated at Chiswick?)—”Who,” I exclaimed, “can we consult but the excellen... ...governess for his little girls, who, I am told, had the good fortune to be educated at Chiswick. I hear vari- ous reports of her; and as I have the te...

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Our Mutual Friend

By: Charles Dickens

...per- son using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State University nor Jim M... ... the strong tide met with an impedi- ment, his gaze paused for an instant. At every mooring-chain and rope, at every stationery boat or barge that spl... ...ncies. Chapter 2 THE MAN FROM SOMEWHERE MR AND MRS VENEERING were bran-new people in a bran- new house in a bran-new quarter of London. Everything abo... ... eke in silver, frosted and also thawed, a camel of all work. The Heralds’ College found out a Crusading ancestor for V e- neering who bore a camel on... ...o was inveigled by Lady Tippins (a friend of his boyhood) to come to these people’s and talk, and who won’t talk. Reflects Eugene, friend of Mortimer;... ...they wouldn’t, to the man from Somewhere. Being a boy of fourteen, cheaply educated at Brussels when his sister’ s expul- sion befell, it was some lit... ...m, and readily received the Boffins. He was quite a young man, expensively educated and wretch- edly paid, with quite a young wife and half a dozen qu... ...ul drawback which has told upon my heart, and almost equally upon my skel- eton), and I mean to live by my calling. Putting the same meaning into othe...

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The Voyage of the Beagle

By: Charles Darwin

...y person using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State University nor Jim M... ...he surgeon of the Beagle, for his very kind attention to me when I was ill at Valparaiso. 4 The V oyage of the Beagle Beagle includes an account of t... ...ar water. It happened to be a grand feast-day, and the village was full of people. On our return we overtook a party of about twenty young black girls... ...st falls in such quantities as to dirty every- thing on board, and to hurt people’s eyes; vessels even have run on shore owing to the obscurity of the... ...led snipe. To this genus, or rather to the family of the Waders, its skel- eton shows that it is really related. The Tinochorus is closely related to ... ...indness of my friend Captain Sulivan, R. N., which is now deposited in the College of Sur- geons.* Don F. Muniz, of Luxan, has kindly collected for me... ...n check to more frequent robber- ies. The character of the higher and more educated classes who reside in the towns, partakes, but per- haps in a less... ...ed fragments many tons in weight, to *“Nous n’avons pas ete moins saisis d’etonnement a la vue de l’innombrable quantite de pierres de touts gran- deu...

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