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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

..., and at the word terminology I should insinuate a comment on that eminent American bi- ologist, Professor Mark Baldwin, who has carried the language ... ...ing the obverse side, and a head thereon—of Newton, as I live! One detects American influ- ence here. Each year, as we shall find, each denomination o... ...*But see Gidding’s Principles of Sociology, a modern and richly suggestive American work, imperfectly appreciated by the Brit- ish student. See also W... ...ng we had so far encountered. *Schemes for the co-operative association of producers will be found in Dr. Hertzka’s Freeland. 136 A Modern Utopia S S... ...last triumph of realisation, but the swimming moment of opacity before the film gives way. To come to individual emotional cases, is to return to the ...

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Twilight in Italy

By: D. H. Lawrence

...rail in the bluish sky, a frail moon had put forth, like a thin, scalloped film of ice floated out on the slow current of the coming night. And a bell... ...la?’ He shows me the paper. It is an old scrap of print, the picture of an American patent door-spring, with directions: ‘Fasten the spring either end... ...ten the spring either end up. Wind it up. Never unwind.’ It is laconic and American. The signore watches me anx- iously, waiting, holding his chin. He... ...houses themselves. We were always level with the mountain-snow opposite. A film of pure blue was on the hills to the right and the left. There had bee... ...nd desire to rehabilitate them- selves, to recover some dignity as men, as producers, as work- ers, as creators from the spirit, not only from the fle... ...and thin and somewhat German-looking, wearing 99 Twilight in Italy shabby American clothes and a very high double collar and a small American crush h...

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When the Sleeper Wakes

By: H. G. Wells

... raised a family, my eldest lad—I hadn’t begun to think of sons then—is an American citizen, and looking for- ward to leaving Harvard. There’s a touch... ...ty at the very beginning.” “What was his name?” “Graham.” “No, I mean—that American’s.” “Isbister.” “Isbister!” cried Graham. “Why, I don’t even know ... ...earn much in the schools nowadays. But I know all about him. He was a rich American who went from En- gland, and he left the Sleeper even more than Wa... ... the Victorian times had followed the dray horse and all such living force producers, to extinction; the place of his costly muscles was taken by some... ... for nearly two hundred feet of its length, and a sheet of the same glassy film that had enclosed Graham at his awak- ening had been drawn across the ... ...rose and passed overhead, rising to clear the mass of the Council House, a filmy translucent shape with the solitary aeronaut peering down through its... ...ies of air-sickness, were craning their black necks and staring to see the filmy city that was rising out of the haze, the rich and splendid city to w...

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