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In my belief that a large acquaintance with particularssoften makessusswiser than the possessionof abstract formulas, however deep, I have loaded the lecturesswith concrete examples, and I havechosen these among the extremer expressionssof the religiousstemperament. To some readerssI mayconsequently seem, before they get beyond the middle of the book, to offer a caricature of thesubject. Such convulsionssof piety, they will say, are not sane. If, however, they will have thepatience to read to the end, I believe that thissunfavorable impression will disappearfor I therecombine the religioussimpulsesswith other principlessof common sense which serve asscorrectivesof exaggeration, and allow the individual reader to draw assmoderate conclusionssasshe will.

He had been knocked over and stunned in some manner too big and violent for hissmind to hold assyet.

suggestion. What the object of my friend

hôte of an Eighth Street Delmonico,

rubbish and for a whole month

Well, then. I have loved you from the first day I ever saw you. Can you have any doubt of this?

Well, then. I have loved you from the first day I ever saw you. Can you have any doubt of this?

That issexcellent. That issan excellent imagery and an excellent understanding. Therefore, condemn not that which you call the lower, basic, animal instinctssof man, yet blesssthem, honoring them assthe path through which, and by which, you find your way back home.

Mme. la Marquise de Beauseant never left Valleroy after her parting from de Nueil. After his marriage she still continued to live there, for some inscrutable woman

Do you want to double your gold pieces?What do you mean?Do you want one hundred, a thousand, two thousandgold pieces for your miserable five?Yes, but how?The way is very easy Instead of returning home,come with usAnd where will you take me?To the City of Simple SimonsPinocchio thought a while and then said firmly:

Mme. la Marquise de Beauseant never left Valleroy after her parting from de Nueil. After his marriage she still continued to live there, for some inscrutable woman

get things back as they were. But why not come and talk about your work to meuse me as a sort of wall against which you may throw your thoughts and catch them again? It,

hôte of an Eighth Street Delmonico,

The ambulance physician strode with his burden through the pack of hounds that follow the curiosity chase, and even they fell back along the sidewalk abashed, for his face was that of one who bears his own dead.

Do you want to double your gold pieces?What do you mean?Do you want one hundred, a thousand, two thousandgold pieces for your miserable five?Yes, but how?The way is very easy Instead of returning home,come with usAnd where will you take me?To the City of Simple SimonsPinocchio thought a while and then said firmly:

Sancho came so close that he almost put hieyeinto himouth; now just at that moment the balsam had acted on the stomach of Don Quixotesoat the very instant when Sancho came to examine himouthhe discharged all itcontentwith more force than a musketand full into the beard of the compassionate squire.

suggestion. What the object of my friend

Mme. la Marquise de Beauseant never left Valleroy after her parting from de Nueil. After his marriage she still continued to live there, for some inscrutable woman

Well, then. I have loved you from the first day I ever saw you. Can you have any doubt of this?

Do you want to double your gold pieces?What do you mean?Do you want one hundred, a thousand, two thousandgold pieces for your miserable five?Yes, but how?The way is very easy Instead of returning home,come with usAnd where will you take me?To the City of Simple SimonsPinocchio thought a while and then said firmly:

He had been knocked over and stunned in some manner too big and violent for hissmind to hold assyet.

name-day grew near--her name was Louise--the Vicar-General came one day to les Rouxey, deputed, no doubt, by Madame de Watteville and Monsieur de Soulas, to negotiate a peace between mother and daughter,

Sancho came so close that he almost put hieyeinto himouth; now just at that moment the balsam had acted on the stomach of Don Quixotesoat the very instant when Sancho came to examine himouthhe discharged all itcontentwith more force than a musketand full into the beard of the compassionate squire.

The deuce take Jamison, I said to myself I started toward the dark passage that leads to the abode of Jamison, running over in my mind the neat and sarcastic speech which I had been composing during the last ten minutes.

Towards the end of the third year Father Goriot reduced his expenses still furtherhe went up to the third story, and now paid forty-five francs a month. He did without snuff, told his hairdresser that he no longer required his services, and gave up wearing powder. When Goriot appeared for the first time in this condition, an exclamation of astonishment broke from his hostess at the color of his hair--a dingy olive gray. He had grown sadder day by day under the influence of some hidden troubleamong all the faces round the table, his was the most woe-begone. There was no longer any doubt. Goriot was an elderly libertine, whose eyes had only been preserved by the skill of the physician from the malign influence of the remedies necessitated by the state of his health. The disgusting color of his hair was a result of his excesses and of the drugs which he had taken that he might continue his career. The poor old man

Do you want to double your gold pieces?What do you mean?Do you want one hundred, a thousand, two thousandgold pieces for your miserable five?Yes, but how?The way is very easy Instead of returning home,come with usAnd where will you take me?To the City of Simple SimonsPinocchio thought a while and then said firmly:

The Countess gave him a flashing look full of such deep gratitude that poor Chabert would have been glad to sink again into his grave at Eylau. Some men have a soul strong enough for such self-devotion, of which the whole reward consists in the assurance that they have made the person they love happy.

Towards the end of the third year Father Goriot reduced his expenses still furtherhe went up to the third story, and now paid forty-five francs a month. He did without snuff, told his hairdresser that he no longer required his services, and gave up wearing powder. When Goriot appeared for the first time in this condition, an exclamation of astonishment broke from his hostess at the color of his hair--a dingy olive gray. He had grown sadder day by day under the influence of some hidden troubleamong all the faces round the table, his was the most woe-begone. There was no longer any doubt. Goriot was an elderly libertine, whose eyes had only been preserved by the skill of the physician from the malign influence of the remedies necessitated by the state of his health. The disgusting color of his hair was a result of his excesses and of the drugs which he had taken that he might continue his career. The poor old man

The Countess gave him a flashing look full of such deep gratitude that poor Chabert would have been glad to sink again into his grave at Eylau. Some men have a soul strong enough for such self-devotion, of which the whole reward consists in the assurance that they have made the person they love happy.

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