Nightwood New Edition

Author: Djuna Barnes
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 0811221431
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he said softly, laying his hand on the girl's shoulder. “Get out, get out!” It was
obvious he meant it; he bowed slightly. As they reached the street the Duchess
caught a swirling hem of lace about her chilling ankles. “Well, my poor devil?”
she said, turning to Felix. “Well!” said Felix. “What was that about, and why?” The
doctor hailed a cab with the waving end of a bulldog cane. “That can be repaired
at any bar,” he said. “The name of that,” said the Duchess, pulling on her gloves, “
is a brief ...

Fox S Original And Complete Book Of Martyrs A New Edition Now Carefully Revised Corrected And Improved By A Minister Of The Gospel I E P Wright Embellished With Near 300 Elegant Engravings

Author: John Foxe
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Then the archdeacon said I was guilty; and said I was like a thief at the bar, which
would not confess his fault, because his accusers were not present; with a great
many words, and iod not let me open my mouth against 1In. - Then I saw ... had
spoken his pleasure by me, thinking to have condemned me by their law, I said,
he had not judged right of me, for 1 had not so spoken, but did believe the words
of Christ as well as he, and as much as he could prove by the word. - - Then he ...

Well Said

Author: Linda Grant
Publisher: Heinle ELT
ISBN: 9781305641365
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The Well Said series is designed to improve the pronunciation and communication skills of beginner to advanced students from all language backgrounds.

The Life And Most Surprising Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe A New Edition With Cuts Etc Parts 1 3 Abridged By Thomas Gent

Author: Daniel Defoe
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how the devil was 'God's enemy in the hearts of men, and used all his malice and
skill to defeat the good designs of Providence, and destro the kingdom of Christ
in the world, and so forth: “ ery well, Master,” said Friday, “ you say God is so
strong, so great, is he not “ much stron , much mightier than the naughty devil ?”
To be sure, l riday, said I, God is more wise and strongei than the serpent : he is
above the devil, which makes us pray to him, that he would tread down Satan
under his ...

The Life And Most Surprizing Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe A New Edition Revised And Corrected Etc

Author: Daniel Defoe
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Very,well, ma'sber, (said Friday,) you say God is so strong, so great, is he not
much stronger, much mightier than the naughty devil P" To be sure, Friday, said I,
God is more wise and stronger than the set-pent: he is above the devil, which
makes us pray to him that he would tread down Satan under our feet,'enable us
to resist. his violent temptations, and quench his fiery darts. " Why then,answered
Friday quickly, if God, as you say, a has much strong, much might as the devil,
why God ...

The Life And Opinions Of Tristram Shandy Gentleman A New Edition

Author: Laurence Sterne
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I heard the poor gentleman say his prayers last night, said the landlady, very
devoutly, and with my own ears, or I could not have believed it.—Are you sure of
it? replied the curate.—A soldier, an' please your Reverence, said I, prays as
often, of his own accord, as a parson;—and when he is fighting for his king, and
for his own life, and for his honour too, he has the most reason to pray to God of
any one in the whole world. —'Twas well said of thee, Trim, said my uncle Toby-
But when a ...

A Simple Story A New Edition

Author: Mrs. Inchbald
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Yes, very well,” replied Sandford, with indifference. “ Did he seem glad to see you
?” asked Ma'tilda. “ He shook me by the hand,” replied Sandford. “ Thatwas a sign
he was glad to see you—was it not?” said Matilda. “ Yes ; but he could not do less
.” “ Nor more,” replied she. “ He looks very well, our servant tells us,” said Miss
Woodley. “ Extremely well, indeed,” answered Sandford ; “ and to tell the truth, I
never saw him in better spirits.” “ That is well,” said Matilda, and sighed a weight
of ...

The Pleasing Instructer Or Entertaining Moralist A New Edition With Many Considerable Additions The Compiler S Preface Signed A Fisher

Author: Anne Fisher
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and languishing air; I think you set out for this place in your nine-and-twentieth
year, what have you been doing all this while? I had a great deal of business on
my hands, says she, being taken up the first twelve years of my life in dressing a
jointed baby, and all the remaining part of it in reading plays and romances. Very
well ...

Discourses On Important Subjects A New Edition Of Twenty Discourses To Which Is Prefixed The Life Of The Author Revised And Enlarged By Matthew Wilks With A Portrait

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She said again, “Sir, thou hast nothing to draw with, and the well is deep : from
whence then hast thou that living water? Art thou greater than our father Jacob,
which gave us the well, and drank thereof himself, and his children, and his cattle
?” Here we may see what she thought of Christ; and these her mean thoughts
were the only cause of her being so far from receiving eternal life at his hands.
Our Saviour perceived her ignorance and stupidity, and yet willing to save her,
said, ...

The Pilgrim S Progress Pt 1 3 A New Edition With Plates

Author: John Bunyan
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Well said; I believe you have said the truth. Are we now almost got past the
inchanted ground 2 - Chr. Why, art thou weary of this discourse 2 Hope. No, verily
, but that I would know where we are. Chr. We have not now above two miles
farther to gothereon. But let us return to our matter. Now the ignorant know not
that such convićtions as tend to put them in fear, are for their good, and therefore
they seek to stifle them. Hope. How do they seek to stifle them : ... Chr. 1. They
think that those ...