10 edition of Speeches Literary and Social found in the catalog.
October 2002 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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An essential collection from an essential writer, The Source of Self-Regard shines with the literary elegance, intellectual prowess, spiritual depth, and moral compass that have made Toni Morrison our most cherished and enduring voice. I have been fighting [for Speeches Literary and Social book and equality] since I was a teenager. This is the pathetic case which I have to put to you; not only on behalf of the thousands of children who annually die in this great city, but also on behalf of the thousands of children who live half developed, racked with preventible pain, shorn of their natural capacity for health and enjoyment. I remember Barack saying he saw me run [for president]. But give them a glimpse of heaven through a little of its light and air; give them water; help them to be clean; lighten that heavy atmosphere in which their spirits flag and in which they become the callous things they are; take the body of the dead relative from the close room in which the living live with it, and where death, being familiar, loses its awe; and then they will be brought willingly to hear of Him whose thoughts were so much with the poor, and who had compassion for all human suffering.
Gentlemen, it is not for me here to recall, after what you have heard this night, what I have seen and known in the bygone times of Mr. What are your favorite books? After the usual loyal and other toasts, the Chairman, Mr. Now I tell you the truth, that I Speeches Literary and Social book that speech with considerable uneasiness, for it inspired me with a strong misgiving that I had better have presided last year with neuralgia in my face and my subject in my head, rather than preside this year with my neuralgia all gone and my subject anticipated. I will not say that if I wanted to form a company of Her Majesty's servants, I think I should know where to put my hand on "the comic old gentleman;" nor, that if I wanted to get up a pantomime, I fancy I should know what establishment to go to for the tricks and changes; also, for a very considerable host of supernumeraries, to trip one another up in that contention with which many of us are familiar, both on these and on other boards, in which the principal objects thrown about are loaves and fishes. I felt that the world was not utterly to be despised; that it was worthy of living in for many reasons.
Also, of Speeches Literary and Social book there is great need, that by keeping a vigilant eye on the skirmishers thrown out from time to time by the Party of Generals, they may see that their feints and manoeuvres do not oppress the small defaulters and release the great, and that they do not gull the public with a mere field-day Review of Reform, instead of an earnest, hard-fought Battle. With his little wasted face, and his little hot, worn hands folded over his breast, and his little bright, attentive eyes, I can see him now, as I have seen him for several years, look in steadily at us. My original intention was to hear all I could, and say as little as possible. For, in conjunction with some other gentlemen now present, I have just embarked in a design with Sir Bulwer Lytton, to smoothe the rugged way of young labourers, both in literature and the fine arts, and to soften, but by no eleemosynary means, the declining years of meritorious age.
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Margena A. I am one who can believe in the virtues and uses of both, and would not on any account deprive either of a single just right belonging to it. Well, as a sort of beacon in a sufficiently dark life, and as an assurance that among a little body of working men there is a feeling of brotherhood and sympathy- -which is worth much to all men, or they would herd with wolves-- the newsvendors once upon a time established the Benevolent and Provident Institution, and here it is.
Grouped about the little low tables in the centre of the rooms are such tiny convalescents that they seem to be playing at having been ill. Charles Kean was the chairman, and Mr.
At the conclusion of the reading the Lord Provost of Edinburgh presented him with a massive silver wassail cup.
Usually Ships in Days Description Arguably the most celebrated and revered writer of our time now gives us a new nonfiction collection--a rich gathering of her essays, speeches, and meditations on society, culture, and art, spanning four decades. Elsewhere, through the agency of the great railway companies, some of which are bestirring themselves in this matter with a gallantry and generosity deserving of all praise.
We can now contrast what centralization is as represented by a few noisy and interested gentlemen, and what centralization is when worked out by a body combining business habits, sound medical and social knowledge, and an earnest sympathy with the sufferings of the working classes.
Dickens spoke as follows:-] I must now solicit your attention for a few minutes to the cause of your assembling together--the main and real object of this evening's gathering; for I suppose we are all agreed that the motto of these tables is not "Let us eat and drink, for to-morrow we die;" but, "Let us eat and drink, for to-morrow we live.
As a proof of the latter quality during the past year, the cost of distributing 1, pounds among the recipients of the bounty of the Charity amounted to little more than pounds, inclusive of all office charges and expenses.
Now, ladies and gentlemen, this, without a word of adornment which I resolved when I got up not to allow myself - this is the simple case. What do you want your legacy to be? Both, creatures of the past, have been--as my friend Mr.
Further, I say openly and plainly, that this fund is pompously and unnaturally administered at great expense, instead of being quietly Speeches Literary and Social book at small expense; and that the secrecy to which it lays claim as its greatest attribute, is not kept; for through those "two respectable householders," to whom reference must be made, the names of the most deserving applicants are to numbers of people perfectly well known.
Therefore I set the assertion down, whenever I happen to meet with it--which is sometimes, though not often--as an idle word, originating possibly in the genteel languor of the hour, and meaning about as much as that knowing social lassitude, Speeches Literary and Social book has used up the cardinal virtues and quite found out things in general, usually does mean.
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