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Page 185 - Then I felt like some watcher of the skies When a new planet swims into his ken: Or like stout Cortez, when with eagle eyes He stared at the Pacific — and all his men Looked at each other with a mild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien.
Page 9 - A primrose by the river's brim A simple primrose was to him, And it was nothing more.')* 1 Keats, Isabella, xxxii.
Page 170 - Unlike the hard local men of angry protest literature he knew that there were "two New Yorks." "... One is a modern, well-policed city, through which one may walk from end to end without encountering adventure. The other is a city as full of sinister intrigue, of whisperings and conspiracies, of battle, murder, and sudden death in dark by-ways, as any town of medieval Italy. Given certain conditions, anything may happen to any one in New York." How "well-policed" New York may have been then, or now,...
Page 125 - What do youse t'ink you're doin', fussin' de poor dumb animal?' An' one of de guys, he says, 'G'wan! Who do youse t'ink youse is?' An' I says, 'I'm de guy what's goin' to swat youse one on de coco if youse don't quit fussin' de poor dumb animal.' So wit dat he makes a break at swattin...
Page 159 - ... going to take care of that feature of it. Senator BALL. Does the Government have authority to say to a person : "If you want water, you will have to pay for it''? Mr. CLAYTON. That is exactly the point. Senator MURDOCK. Let us look at this matter as we are going to be confronted with it. I want to be frank with you, and I want you to be frank with me. Mr. CLAYTON. I will try to do so. Senator MURDOCK. I want to ask you a few questions about it. Mr. CLAYTON. Yes, sir. OBLIGATION UNDER PROPOSED...
Page 222 - This," he said, with a wave of his hand in the direction of the silently protesting Mike, "is Comrade Jackson, possibly the best known of our English cat-fanciers.
Page 184 - Cyclone, who had come in like a lion, was going out like a lamb.
Page 141 - Moments should become red hot stuff. I could wish its tone to be such that the public will wonder why we do not print it on asbestos. We must chronicle all the live events of the day, murders, fires, and the like, in a manner which will make our readers
Page 76 - It was one of those rare moments in a man's life when, from the outside, through a breach in that wall of excuses and selfdeception which he has been at such pains to build, he looks at himself impartially. The sight that John saw through the wall was not comforting. It was not a heroic soul that, stripped of its defenses, shivered beneath the scrutiny.