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Page 339 - HOW doth the city sit solitary, that was full of people ! How is she become as a widow ! she that was great among the nations, And princess among the provinces, how is she become tributary!
Page 343 - Brothers. world's great poet, that the time devoted to this quaint narrative, which " claims to set forth, in something like narrative form, an account of the loves of Dante and Beatrice," is profitably spent. The Crime Problem * contains pracTHE CRIME PROBLEM, tical discussions of very pertinent questions connected with our penal system. Written by a man unmistakably experienced and deeply interested in the improvement of existing conditions, the book affords the thoughtful reader much...
Page 204 - But when he came nigh to her, so near that if he had stretched out his arm he could have touched her...
Page 341 - ... a kind of moral torpor, in which all sense of things righteous and things evil was confused.
Page 188 - I will do him the justice to say that he would have fought for his cause like the untamable male thing he was.
Page 79 - to tell you that you are a man whose love any woman might be proud to wear.
Page 281 - Arezzo had been taught a lesson they would not be likely to forget in a hurry...