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The Riddle of the Ninth Finger

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The Riddle of the Ninth Finger is written by Thomas W. Hanshew. The inn of "The Three Jolly Fishermen," which, as you may know, lies on the left bank of the Thames, within a gunshot of Richmond, was all but empty when Cleek, answering the superintendent's note, strolled into it, and discovered Narkom enjoying his tea in solitary state at a little round table in the embrasure of a bay window at the far end of the little private parlour which lies immediately behind the bar-room.

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Sonnets to Sundry Notes

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to Sundry Notes is written by William Shakespeare. The wiles and guiles that women work, Dissembled with an outward show, The tricks and toys that in them lurk, The cock that treads them shall not know. Have you not heard it said full oft, A woman's nay doth stand for naught.

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Sonnets and Songs

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Sonnets and Songs is written by Helen Hay Whitney. The stars still chime Autumn and Spring in ceaseless pantomime. I play with Beauty, which is kin to Art, Forgetting Nature. Nor do pulses start To hear your soul remembered in a rhyme.

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Songs of the Cattle Trail

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Songs of the Cattle Trail is written by Helen Hay Whitney. The stars still chime Autumn and Spring in ceaseless pantomime. I play with Beauty, which is kin to Art, Forgetting Nature. Nor do pulses start To hear your soul remembered in a rhyme.

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Songs of the Army of the Night

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Songs of the Army of the Night is written by Francis A. Adams. The American slavers had to spend more in housing and keeping any fixed number of their slaves in serviceable condition than Capitalism spends in wages. Capitalism and Landlordism, like good Christian Institutions.

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Songs In Many Keys

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Songs In Many Keys is written by Oliver Wendell Holmes. Then bursts the song from every leafy glade, The yielding season's bridal serenade; Then flash the wings returning Summer calls Through the deep arches of her forest halls,-- The bluebird, breathing from his azure plumes The fragrance borrowed where the myrtle blooms.

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Songs for Parents

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Songs for Parents is written by John Farrar. The scarlet trumpet flowers are gay And yet they never seem to play, They never trumpet up the dawn Nor blow retreat across the lawn.

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Song and Legend

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Song and Legend is written by William D. MacClintock. The origin and line of development of the drama in all the countries of Mediaeval Europe is this: Dramatic representations in connection with the liturgy of the church were first used in the service; then they were extended to church festivals and ceremonies.

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New Esthetic of Music

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New Esthetic of Music is written by Ferruccio Busoni. Music was born free; and to win freedom is its destiny. It will become the most complete of all reflexes of Nature by reason of its untrammeled immateriality. Even the poetic word ranks lower in point of incorporealness.

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Sixty Years of California Song

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Sixty Years of California Song is written by Margaret Blake-Alverson. The parsonage was a large, barnlike-looking place, built partly of logs and "shakes." There was one large room and two small ones adjoining and a shed that extended the length of the house.

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