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World's Best Moms : A Collection of Memories

By: Editor Bob, Compiler
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The Chimes

By: Charles Dickens

...onsiderations one by one, or held any formal review or great field day in his thoughts. But what I mean to say, and do say is, that as the functions of... ...vil thing. In short, they were very often in his ears, and very often in his thoughts, but always in his good opinion; and he very often got such a cr... ... was but a little way (not being much of a nose) and he had soon finished. “I thought it was gone,” said Toby, trotting off again. “It’s all right, how...

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The Prelude of 1805 in Thirteen Books

By: William Wordsworth

...ter than a wandering cloud I cannot miss my way. I breathe again— Trances of thought and mountings of the mind 20 Come fast upon me. It is shaken off,... ..., Brings with it vernal promises, the hope 50 Of active days, of dignity and thought, Of prowess in an honorable field, Pure passions, virtue, knowledg... ...ng 70 To a green shady place where down I sate Beneath a tree, slackening my thoughts by choice And settling into gentler happiness. ’Twas autumn, and... ...th after month. Obscurely did I live, 20 Not courting the society of men, By literature, or elegance, or rank, Distinguished—in the midst of things, i...

...ts own liberty, I look about, and should the guide I chuse Be nothing better than a wandering cloud I cannot miss my way. I breathe again--Trances of thought and mountings of the mind Come fast upon me. It is shaken off, As by miraculous gift ?tis shaken off, That burthen of my own unnatural self, The heavy weight of many a weary day Not mine, and such as were not made for...

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The Two Gentlemen of Verona

By: William Shakespeare

... the world at nought; 73 Made Wit with musing, weake; hart sick with thought. 74 Sp. Sir Protheus: ’saue you: saw you my Master? 75 ... ... And would’st thou haue me cast my loue on him? 179 Lu. I: if you thought your loue not cast away. 180 Iul. Why he, of all the rest,... ... I haue done pennance for contemning Loue, 782 Whose high emperious thoughts haue punish’d me 783 With bitter fasts, with penitentiall gro...

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Pride and Prejudice

By: Jane Austen

...nothing could be like it. Every body said how well she looked; and Mr. Bingley thought her quite beautiful, and danced with her twice. Only think of t... ...e did not think there were a great many pretty women in the room, and which he thought the prettiest? and his answering immediately to the last questi... ...o her he was only the man who made himself agreeable no where, and who had not thought her handsome enough to dance with. He began to wish to know mor...

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Songs and Sonnets

By: John Donne

...ward narrow crooked lanes Do purge sea waters fretfull salt’away, I thought, if I could draw my paines, Through Rimes vexation, I should them... ...d fixe it selfe in thy lip, eye, and brow. Whilst thus to ballast love, I thought, And so more steddily to have gone, With wares which would sinke... ...eet salt teares; But soules where nothing dwells but love (All other thoughts being inmates) then shall prove This, or a love increased there a...

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The First Part of Henry the Sixth. Edited by Louise Pound

By: William Shakespeare

...hy doubtst thou of my forwardnesse? 112 An Army haue I muster’d in my thoughts, 113 Wherewith already France is ouer- run. 114 Enter an... ...e houres the fight continued: 133 Where valiant Talbot, aboue humane thought, 134 Enacted wonders with his Sword and Lance. 135 Hundre... ... This Day is ours, as many more shall be. Exit. 614 Talb. My thoughts are whirled like a Potters Wheele, 615 I know not where I am,...

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Paradise Regained

By: John Milton

...now mature, One day forth walk’d alone, the Spirit leading; And his deep thoughts, the better to converse 190 With solitude, till far from track ... ...ts, the better to converse 190 With solitude, till far from track of men, Thought following thought, and step by step led on, He entred now the b... ...d round, His holy Meditations thus persu’d. 195 O what a multitude of thoughts at once Awakn’d in me swarm, while I consider What from with...

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The Tragedie of Julius C‘Sar

By: William Shakespeare

...ssion, 141 By meanes whereof, this Brest of mine hath buried 142 Thoughts of great value, worthy Cogitations. 143 Tell me good Brutus,... ...262 What you would worke me too, I haue some ayme: 263 How I haue thought of this, and of these times 264 I shall recount heereafter. Fo... ...0 If he loue Caesar, all that he can do 821 Is to himselfe; take thought, and dye for Caesar, 822 And that were much he should: for he...

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The Tragedie of Romeo and Juliet

By: William Shakespeare

...meete him: that’s not so: 1314 Oh she is lame, Loues Herauld should be thoughts, 1315 Which ten times faster glides then the Sunnes beames, 1... ...you be-tweene 1537 vs? I was hurt vnder your arme. 1538 Rom. I thought all for the best. 1539 Mer. Helpe me into some house Benuo... ...89 Though heauen cannot. O Romeo, Romeo. 1690 Who euer would haue thought it Romeo. 1691 Iuli. What diuell art thou, 1692 That d...

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The Third Part of Henry the Sixth

By: William Shakespeare

...is slaine, they’le quickly 79 flye. 80 Henry. Farre be the thought of this from Henries heart, 81 To make a Shambles of the Par... ... Yorke. Oh Clifford, but bethinke thee once againe, 505 And in thy thought ore- run my former time: 506 And if thou canst, for blushing, ... ...about, 664 And watcht him how he singled Clifford forth. 665 Me thought he bore him in the thickest troupe, 666 As doth a Lyon in a He...

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The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke : A Study with the Text of the Folio of 1623

By: William Shakespeare

...ll stalke, hath he gone by our Watch. 83 Hor. In what particular thought to work, I know not: 84 But in the grosse and scope of my Opi... ... Coronation, 235 Yet now I must confesse, that duty done, 236 My thoughts and wishes bend againe towards France, 237 And bow them to yo... ... Hor. My Lord, I did; 408 But answere made it none: yet once me thought 409 It lifted vp it head, and did addresse 410 It selfe t...

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The Tragedy of Richard the Third

By: William Shakespeare

... that G, 42 Of Edwards heyres the murtherer shall be. 43 Diue thoughts downe to my soule, here Clarence comes. 44 Enter Clarence, ... ... And for my name of George begins with G, 63 It followes in his thought, that I am he. 64 These (as I learne) and such like toyes as ... ...d ouer- much consum’d his Royall Person: 149 ’Tis very greeuous to be thought vpon. 150 Where is he, in his bed? 151 Hast. He is. ...

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The Sea Wolf

By: Jack London

...ticular things, such as, for instance, the analysis of Poe’s place in American literature — an essay of mine, by the way, in the current Atlantic. Com... ...ugh I made a mental note of the topic for use in a projected essay which I had thought of calling “The Necessity for Free dom: A Plea for the Artist.... ...ray before their time,” he said, with a nod toward the pilot house. “I had not thought there was any particular strain,” answered. “It seems as simple... ...th. Some scow schooner, most likely. Better watch out, Mr. Schooner man. Ah, I thought so. Now hell’s a poppin’ for somebody!” The unseen ferry boat w... ...d I remarked Bulfinch’s “Age of Fable,” Shaw’s “History of English and American Literature,” and Johnson’s “Natural History” in two large volumes. Then... ...ith Wolf Larsen, eating at the cabin table and doing nothing but discuss life, literature, and the universe, the while Thomas Mugridge fumed and raged...

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The Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eighth: A Historical Play

By: William Shakespeare

... The Noble Spirits to Armes, they did performe [t3v 80 Beyond thoughts Compasse, that former fabulous Storie 81 Being now seene, po... ... If (quoth he) I for this had beene committed, 545 As to the Tower, I thought; I would haue plaid 546 The Part my Father meant to act vpon ... ...rd]. Sands, and Louell. 675 O my Lord, y’are tardy; 676 The very thought of this faire Company, 677 Clapt wings to me. 678 Cha...

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The Taming of the Shrew

By: William Shakespeare

... Oh Noble Lord, bethinke thee of thy birth, 183 Call home thy ancient thoughts from banishment, 184 And banish hence these abiect lowlie dre... ... 287 And melancholly is the Nurse of frenzie, 288 Therefore they thought it good you heare a play, 289 And frame your minde to mirth an... ... 451 Luc. Oh Tranio, till I found it to be true, 452 I neuer thought it possible or likely. 453 But see, while idely I stood lookin...

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The First Part of Henry the Fourth. Edited by Frederic W. Moorman

By: William Shakespeare

... Then would I haue his Harry, and he mine: 94 But let him from my thoughts. What thinke you Coze 95 Of this young Percies pride? The P... ...4 Your banish’d Honors, and restore your selues 505 Into the good Thoughts of the world againe. 506 Reuenge the geering and disdain’d co... ...round: but I followed me 1175 close, came in foot and hand; and with a thought, seuen of 1176 the eleuen I pay’d. 1177 Prin. O monstro...

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The Tragedie of Cymbeline

By: William Shakespeare

...l him 296 How I would thinke on him at certaine houres, 297 Such thoughts, and such: Or I could make him sweare, 298 The Shees of Italy... ...elfe, and knowes it not. 874 1. There’s an Italian come, and ’tis thought one of 875 Leonatus Friends. 876 Clot. Leonatus? A b... ...et view on’t 1349 Might well haue warm’d olde Saturne; 1350 That I thought her 1351 As Chaste, as vn- Sunn’d Snow. Oh, all the Diuels! 13...

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The Second Part of Henry the Fourth

By: William Shakespeare

... Whil’st the bigge yeare, swolne with some other griefes, 17 Is thought with childe, by the sterne Tyrant, Warre, 18 And no such matt... ...urnes Insurrection to Religion, 261 Suppos’d sincere, and holy in his Thoughts: - 6 - The Second Part of Henry the Fourth Shakespeare: First Fol... ... L.Bar. I marry, there’s the point: 520 But if without him we be thought to feeble, 521 My iudgement is, we should not step too farre ...

...e World: And who but Rumour, who but onely I Make fearfull Musters, and prepar?d Defence, Whil?st the bigge yeare, swolne with some other griefes, Is thought with childe, by the sterne Tyrant, Warre, And no such matter? Rumour, is a Pipe Blowne by Surmises, Ielousies, Conjectures; And of so easie, and so plaine a stop, That the blunt Monster, with uncounted heads, The stil...

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The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, Of York, Mariner : Who Lived Eight and Twenty Years All Alone in an Un-Inhabited Island on the Coast of America, Near the Mouth of the Great River of Oroonoque; Having Been Cast on Shore by Shipwreck, Wherein All the Men Perished but Himself, With an Account How He Was at Last as Strangely Deliver'D by Pyrates

By: Daniel Defoe

... not bred to any Trade, my Head began to be fill’d very early with rambling Thoughts: My Father, who was very ancient, had given me a competent Share o... ...y first Heat of Resolution prompted, but I took my Mother, at a time when I thought her a little pleasanter than ordinary, and told her, that my Though... ...e would have swallowed us up, and that every time the Ship fell down, as I thought, in the Trough or Hollow of the Sea, we should never rise more; and...

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