BOOK XVI A Song of the Rolling Earth 1 A song of the rolling earth, and of words according, Were you thinking that those were the words, those upright lines?
No Labor-Saving Machine No labor-saving machine, Nor discovery have I made, Nor will I be able to leave behind me any wealthy bequest to found hospital or library, Nor reminiscence of any deed of courage for America, Nor literary success nor intellect; nor book for the book-shelf, But a few carols vibrating through the air I leave, For comrades and lovers.
The Book Worm ¶ So it is small wonder that such a one becomes known early in life as a "book worm."
The dreamer had been in a book-store on the evening of the day of the dream, where, while he was waiting, he examined some pictures which were exhibited, which represented motives similar to the dream pictures.
This little child his little book learning, As he sat in the school at his primere, He Alma redemptoris <7> hearde sing,As children learned their antiphonere; <8>And as he durst, he drew him nere and nere, nearer And hearken’d aye the wordes and the note, Till he the firste verse knew all by rote.
When I booked my place at the coach office I had had ‘Box Seat’ written against the entry, and had given the book-keeper half-a-crown.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net Title: A Princess of Mars Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs Release Date: June 23, 2008 EBook #62 Last updated: October 12, 2012 Last updated: December 8, 2012 Last updated: February 6, 2013 Last updated: March 11, 2013 Language: English *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK A PRINCESS OF MARS *** Frontispiece: With my back against a golden throne, I fought once again for Dejah Thoris A PRINCESS OF MARS by Edgar Rice Burroughs To My Son Jack FOREWORD To the Reader of this Work: In submitting Captain Carter's strange manuscript to you in book form, I believe that a few words relative to this remarkable personality will be of interest.
Paradise Lost, Book XI.
BOOK VI XIII.
BOOK XI V. "Cithaeron" (6): Oedipus utters this cry after discovering that he has fulfilled his awful doom, he was exposed on Cithaeron as an infant to die, and the cry implies that he wishes he had died there.
BOOK VIII Crossing Brooklyn Ferry 1 Flood-tide below me!
BOOK VI Salut au Monde!
Book VIThe Russian Monk.
There's two ways of doing this: get better organizational techniques (say, "double-entry book-keeping," an Earth-shattering 13th-century invention that is at the heart of every money-making organization in the world, from churches to corporations to governments), or get better technology.
My friend's book deals with the chronological relations of life, and, amongst other things, correlates Goethe's duration of life with a number of days in many ways important to biology.
BOOK XVIII A Broadway Pageant 1 Over the Western sea hither from Niphon come, Courteous, the swart-cheek'd two-sworded envoys, Leaning back in their open barouches, bare-headed, impassive, Ride to-day through Manhattan.
BOOK IV XV. "
BOOK V XIV.
BOOK X Our Old Feuillage Always our old feuillage!
PART IIIBook VIIAlyoshaChapter 1The Breath of CorruptionTHE body of Father Zossima was prepared for burial according tothe established Ritual.
The fifth and last book treats of the revenue of the sovereign, or commonwealth.
BOOK VII IX.
Book IXThe Preliminary InvestigationChapter 1The Beginning of Perhotin’s Official CareerPYOTR ILYITCH PERHOTIN, whom we left knocking at the strong lockedgates of the widow Morozov’s house, ended, of course, by makinghimself heard.
Book IIIThe SensualistsChapter 1In the Servants’ QuartersTHE Karamazovs’ house was far from being in the centre of thetown, but it was not quite outside it.
BOOK VII SOCRATES - GLAUCON AND now, I said, let me show in a figure how far our nature is enlightened or unenlightened:--Behold!
They have the publications and the book business, and the Kalvin Company hasn't and won't have.
Reversals Let that which stood in front go behind, Let that which was behind advance to the front, Let bigots, fools, unclean persons, offer new propositions, Let the old propositions be postponed, Let a man seek pleasure everywhere except in himself, Let a woman seek happiness everywhere except in herself BOOK XXIV.
BOOK XXIII By Blue Ontario's Shore By blue Ontario's shore, As I mused of these warlike days and of peace return'd, and the dead that return no more, A Phantom gigantic superb, with stern visage accosted me, Chant me the poem, it said, that comes from the soul of America, chant me the carol of victory, And strike up the marches of Libertad, marches more powerful yet, And sing me before you go the song of the throes of Democracy.
In Book XV.
He had always been lazy at school, refusing to take the least interest in book work.
Book VIIIMityaChapter 1Kuzma SamsonovBUT Dmitri, to whom Grushenka, flying away to a new life, had lefther last greetings, bidding him remember the hour of her love forever, knew nothing of what had happened to her, and was at that momentin a condition of feverish agitation and activity.
During the production of the book version of this document, for example, I learned most of the rather complex typesetting language TeX over about four working days, mainly by inhaling Knuth's 477-page manual.
The interest of every proprietor of India stock, however, is by no means the same with that of the country in the government of which his vote gives him some influence.--See book v, chap.