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Return of the Shadow

By: Walter B. Gibson

Excerpt: THE Shadow In a black?walled room where a bluish light shone down upon the surface of a polished table, two long?fingered hands were moving in and out of the glow like detached creatures, operating of their own accord. These were the hands of The Shadow and this room was his hidden sanctum, where he received reports from his agents and planned his campaigns against crime. On the third finger of The Shadow?s left hand there shone a large, strange gem, resplendent...

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The Clever Woman of the Family

By: Charlotte M. Younge

Excerpt: ?It is very kind in the dear mother.? ?But ? what, Rachel? Don't you like it! She so enjoyed choosing it for you.? ?Oh yes, it is a perfect thing in its way. Don't say a word to her; but if you are consulted for my next birthday present, Grace, couldn't you suggest that one does cease to be a girl.? ?Only try it on, Rachel dear, she will be pleased to see you in it.?

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La Bretagne. Paysages et Recits

By: Eugene Loudun

Preface: A une epoque ou les nations europeennes se transforment si rapidement et tendent a une unite qui leur imprimera une physionomie uniforme, c'est un spectacle digne d'interet que celui d'un peuple qui a garde son caractere propre, et, au milieu d'un changement general, est demeure le meme. C'est le spectacle que presente la Bretagne.

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Confucian Analects

Excerpt: BOOK I. HSIO R. Chapter 1. 1. The Master said, ?Is it not pleasant to learn with a constant perseverance and application? 2. ?Is it not delightful to have friends coming from distant quarters?? 3. ?Is he not a man of complete virtue, who feels no discomposure though men may take no note of him?? Chapter 1I. 1. The philosopher Yu said, ?They are few who, being filial and fraternal, are fond of offending against their superiors. There have been none, who, not liki...

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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

By: Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

After considering the historic page, and viewing the living world with anxious solicitude, the most melancholy emotions of sorrowful indignation have depressed my spirits, and I have sighed when obliged to confess that either Nature has made a great difference between man and man, or that the civilisation which has hitherto taken place in the world has been very partial. I have turned over various books written on the subject of education, and patiently observed the cond...

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