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Melville's death, I asked him if he were not familiar with that author's writings.
And he who wrote the writings is an afflicted of God?
He will have to explain offeecially how the deuce-an'-all he is writing love-letters to the Czar.
John how our Saviour stooped down, writing with his finger in the dust, when they brought the sinful woman to him.
So he took to writing plays, for "nothing can make the town so fond of a man as a successful play.
Yet toward professed inferiors he could be kind; and real playfulness and tenderness, little evident in most of his other writings, distinguish his
This mythical tale, of which the subject was a history of the wars of the Athenians against the Island of Atlantis, is supposed to be founded upon an unfinished poem of Solon, to which it would have stood in the same relation as the writings of the logographers to the poems of Homer.
Nor do I doubt, while I make their interest the great rule of my writings, they will unanimously concur in supporting my dignity, and in rendering me all the honour I shall deserve or desire.
As in most of my writings I insist not on the events but on their effect upon the persons in the tale.
She shows a morbid distrust of writing her name at the bottom of any document which I present to her, and roundly declares she will sign nothing.
I say written FOR children because the new psychological business of writing ABOUT them as though they were small pills or hatched in some especially scientific method is extremely popular today.
Only I saw that I must not wholly rely on the catch-phrase, "Upward, not Northward", but must rather endeavour to seek a demonstration by setting before the public a clear view of the whole subject; and for this purpose it seemed necessary to resort to writing.