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Michael Eenhoorn Bulgaar in Wassenaar

By: Michael Eenhoorn

Nederlandse (Dutch) literature.

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Het Portret Van Dorian Gray

By: Door Oscar Wilde

Nederlandse (Dutch) literature.

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Het Schot Roman

By: Hilbert Kuik

Nederlandse (Dutch) literature.

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The Essence of Religion and Its Purpose

By: Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag

...ld age, and he was very fond of him. Therefore, since the day he was born he thought of only good things for him. He collected the finest most precio... ...rs. But still they are distant one from the other as the distance between the thought of the Creator from the thought of man. For religion extends fr... ...hought of the Creator from the thought of man. For religion extends from the thoughts of the Creator and ethics comes from thoughts of flesh and blo...

Kabbalah Literature

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Season of the Serpent

By: Cara Swann

...rizzle misting the manicured lawns - such a dreary and dismal day, Chelsea thought. As they got out, the rain suddenly came down hard, a fierce straig... ...o be found, stopped... After a few days of being alone with these tortured thoughts, Chelsea returned to her small apartment, and went back to work. H... ...kly stood, averting her face. "Hey, I understand. I'm at a loss too, but I thought if I could talk to you, or just listen, that sometimes helps." She ...

Classic Literature

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A Ranma 1/2 Fanfic : By Stefan Twoflower Gagne

...es on safety, it's being carted away for destruction..." "Destruction?" Ranma asked. "I thought the library didn't burn books!" "It doesn't... ...uch?" "HA! Demonic is more like it." "Hrm... maybe I ought to call the MoD," Genma thought. "Forget it, dad," Ranma said. "I'm not ma... ...ke him?" Akane asked. "Baka? Who're you calling a--" Something's wrong here, Genma thought. Extenders don't normally disapprove of who the...

Fiction Literature

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No Old When the Flesh Grows Old Who Knows What Is Told

Fiction Literature

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Funeral Blues

By: W. H. Auden

...FUNERAL BLUES by W. H. AUDEN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: FUNERAL BLU... ...itle: FUNERAL BLUES Author: W. H. AUDEN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Library Association Copyright © 20... ...WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and ot... ...working week and my Sunday rest, My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song; I thought that love would last for ever; I was wrong. The stars are not wa...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

...onfidently. --Irish, Buck Mulligan said. Is there Gaelic on you? --I thought it was Irish, she said, by the sound of it. Are you from the west,... ...old in me, Stephen said with grim displeasure, a horrible example of free thought. He walked on, waiting to be spoken to, trailing his ashplant by... ...ECCLESIAM: the slow growth and change of rite and dogma like his own rare thoughts, a chemistry of stars. Symbol of the apostles in the mass for pop... ...s Crawford said. Law, the classics ... --The turf, Lenehan put in. --Literature, the press. --If Bloom were here, the professor said. The gen... ...E KNOWN GLOBE. YOU HAVE BUT EMERGED FROM PRIMITIVE CONDITIONS: WE HAVE A LITERATURE, A PRIESTHOOD, AN AGELONG HISTORY AND A POLITY. Nile. Ch... ...ing voice asked. Her ghost at least has been laid for ever. She died, for literature at least, before she was born. --She died, Stephen retorted, ...

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The Invisible Man

By: Herbert George Wells

...ard. His gloved hands were clasped behind him, and he seemed to be lost in thought. She noticed that the melted snow that still sprinkled his shoulder... ...s. Hall, "that this room is really to be mine for my own private use." "I thought, sir," said Mrs. Hall, "you'd prefer the clock--" She was going to ... ...ish to be disturbed in my work. In addition to my work, an accident--" "I thought as much," said Mrs. Hall to herself. "--necessitates a certain ret...

... his back to her and staring out of the window at the falling snow in the yard. His gloved hands were clasped behind him, and he seemed to be lost in thought. She noticed that the melted snow that still sprinkled his shoulders dripped upon her carpet. Can I take your hat and coat, sir, she said, and give them a good dry in the kitchen?......

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A Doc Savage Adventure : The Black Spot

By: Kenneth Robeson

... dead man’s right hand. With one palm he rubbed the top of the smooth desk thoughtfully. "Humph! Chemically impossible!" "That’s what I thought," said... ...l us what you’ve done with the hundred and thirty-one grand? I suppose you thought by breaking Vandersleeve’s whisky glass, it would escape analysis. ... ...lmly, still turning the little crank. "Saw a chance to get a good shot and thought I wouldn’t bother you. Mind moving over just a little." "You’ll get...

...Chapter I. SWAMP TERROR A CAMP cook was the first to disappear. Nothing much was thought of that. The cook was believed to have a weakness for swamp corn. It was decided he had been the victim of an accident. That he probably had stepped into a sink-hole in the darkness. Afterward, it was learned that tha...

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Shoes Make the Man

By: Harold A. Davis

...E THE MAN by HAROLD A. DAVIS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: SHOES MAKE ... ...ES MAKE THE MAN Author: HAROLD A. DAVIS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Library Association Copyright © 20... ...WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and ot... ...d since he was ten. His lips tightened a moment, only to relax again as he thought how much Police Commissioner Pike had resembled a bantam rooster... ...b. A little toe barked against the hard pavement. For a moment Joe McCarthy thought a red−hot iron had been placed against that foot. A terrific she... ...nough to go with his huge feet. There was just an instant when Joe McCarthy thought he was going to get mad for once, just a flash when he wished he...

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Dracula's Guest

By: Bram Stoker

... looked there came a cold shiver in the air, and the snow began to fall. I thought of the miles and miles of bleak country I had passed, and then hurr... ...egan to wish, for the first time, that I had taken Johann's advice. Here a thought struck me, which came under almost mys- sterious circumstances and ... ...impulse to speak yet were restrained by some common fear from giving their thoughts. "It--it--indeed!" gibbered one, whose wits had plainly giv- en o...

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Dracula's Guest

By: Bram Stoker

...ACULA'S GUEST by BRAM STOKER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: DRACULA'S G... ...le: DRACULA'S GUEST Author: BRAM STOKER Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Library Association Copyright © 20... ...WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and ot... ... looked there came a cold shiver in the air, and the snow began to fall. I thought of the miles and miles of bleak country I had passed, and then h... ...began to wish, for the first time, that I had taken Johann's advice. Here a thought struck me, which came under almost mys− sterious circumstances an... ... impulse to speak yet were restrained by some common fear from giving their thoughts. "It−−it−−indeed!" gibbered one, whose wits had plainly giv− en...

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Artemis to Actaeon and Other Verse

By: Edith Wharton

...image in thine upturned soul Ere death had stamped it there. This was thy thought. And mine? The gods, they say, have all: not so! 6 This... ... I walked the hospice with a Spanish monk, A solitary cloistered in high thoughts, The great Loyola, whom I reckoned then A mere refurbisher of fa... ...scured his quartering of my shield? How the one weakness stirs again! I thought I had done with that old thirst for gratitude 18 That lure...

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The Picture of Dorian Gray

By: Oscar Wilde

...eal." "But you don't really worship him?" "I do." "How extraordinary! I thought you would never care for anything but your painting,—your art, I sh... ... life in a way that was hidden from me before. 'A dream of form in days of thought,'—who is it who says that? I forget; but it is what Dorian Gray has... ...tudio and talk of a thousand things. Now and then, however, he is horribly thoughtless, and seems to take a real delight in giving me pain. Then I fee... ...rawn away. Sometimes this was the effect of art, and chiefly of the art of literature, which dealt immediately with the passions and the intellect. Bu... ..., stirred within him. How curious it all seemed! Yet one had ancestors in literature, as well as in one's own race, nearer perhaps in type and temper...

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Inferno/Hell

By: Alighieri, Dante, 1265-1321

...FERNO/HELL by DANTE ALIGHERI Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: INFERNO/HEL... ...le: INFERNO/HELL Author: DANTE ALIGHERI Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Library Association Copyright © 20... ...WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and ot... ...sion of the spirit by which the poem is inspired; while at the same time the thought and sentiment embodied in the verse is of such import, and the na... ...vina Commedia in which a difficulty is occasioned by lack of definiteness of thought or distinctness of image. A far deeper−lying and more pervading s... ...e fundamental in Dante's creed, the changes in the order of society, the new thoughts of the world, have not lessened the moral import of the poem, an...

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Equality

By: Charles Dudley Warner

...f words and phrases, an airy and easy reconstruction of society, without a thought of investigating the past, or inquiring into the development of man... ...sufferings of the lower orders; and both, we have equal reason to believe, thought that a fair accommodation, short of a dissolution of society, was d... ... excesses, and the gain has not been without loss. "When we turn to modern literature," writes Mr. Money, "from the pages in which Fenelon speaks of t... ...edges of a vast subject, and shall be quite satisfied if we have suggested thought in the direction indicated. But in this limited view of our complex...

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The Dutch Twins

By: Lucy Fitch Perkins

...n streams from his hair and eyes and ears. 3 "O Kit," she said, "I truly thought it was a fish on my line when I jumped!" "Just like a g-g-girl," s... ..., anyway," said Kat, "I caught more than you did. I caught you!" Then Kat thought of something else She shook her finger at Kit. "O Kit," she said, ... ...re both of yours?" screamed Kat. Sure enough, where were they? No one had thought about shoes, because they were thinking so hard about Kit. They ra...

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Mr. Gilfil's Love Story

By: George Eliot

...S LOVE STORY by GEORGE ELIOT Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MR. GILFIL'... ...ILFIL'S LOVE STORY Author: GEORGE ELIOT Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Library Association Copyright © 20... ...WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and ot... ...e stepped into the reading−desk. But the Knebley farmers would as soon have thought of criticizing the moon as their pastor. He belonged to the cou... ... approximate his accent and mode of speech to theirs, doubtless because he thought it a mere frustration of the purposes of language to talk of '... ...reign to the mind of a good Shepperton Churchman, savouring, he would have thought, of Dissent on the very face of it. Miss Selina Parrot put off ...

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