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Gnoems
Selections from The Most Effective Dress and Shaking Back the Kiss
Eric Elshtain and Gnoetry 0.2

January 2007

Her feelings, made arrangements for the child. . .

Her feelings, made arrangements for the child,
her best. The foliage. I especially from
the people for the story of the home.
The lower court, in talking with the child,
the full enjoyment of her presence, what
a welcome and congratulations on
her classic features, his delight. A mind
delighted with the fireside. A mind
delighted with the mob enjoyed themselves,
expressed the wish, the best retract, a most
amusing scene. In going to the French
Republic, should consider that becomes
the instigator. We were very slight
a claim, the shade. The right, according to
the church. A few remarks, the bride away.
In this convention was the plan. The child.
The joy, the good. In half a minute they
were there? The slaves were safe beyond a doubt,
enjoy the rights, enough! In one respect,
perhaps the most attentive, so the two,
were highly spoken of. The terror which
the mother of her thoughts. The queen. In years,
the king, the walks about the wedding, so
delighted with the inspiration of
the baby, and Marcella, exercised
the whole proceeding. Papa, whereupon
a stream, until the paper and the child
appeared in public places, but the one
absorbing interest, was elected, and
the lines about the same in Omaha.
from The Most Effective Dress; source texts: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897 and Jane Austen, Emma Sunday, November 7, 2004, 21:48:19

The one against the great republic, Paul. . .

The one against the great republic, Paul
Marvell, the beasts! The trouble of divorce!
The boy in mourning. You, a servant, then?
The big hotels, the artist, you were born
in, anyhow. The street. Toward the door.
The countess Raymond had returned. In him.
The swarthy stranger, as the other; not
a great collector. Winter came across
in their committee rooms. Her first attempts.
Her mother for the moment all the same.
Her eyes. Marvell, the husband? He exclaimed,
ignoring his excuse. The Jackson case,
in absence, to prevent the members of
the scene. Before the easel. She replied,
a few remarks. The ball. Marvell, across
the house. The big hotels, the social eye.
Sometimes, in his reply. In other words,
presented to her carriage to explain,
a secret. Oh, the master of the most
effective dress, the great events. The child.
The words. Again, in this objection, what
were their opinions on the day, the day!
Her views, the glitter of the body of
the people. I presume? The only one
in whom the great adventure to secure
the motor. It enraged her monogram
in this occasion, to the parents, of
the daughters of the question at the word.
The words, presented to the rounding of
the nation to a man arose in town.
from The Most Effective Dress; source texts: Elizabeth Cady Stanton,Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897 and Edith Wharton, The Custom of the Country Friday, January 7, 2005, 17:11:30


Because, according to the surface of. . .

Because, according to the surface of
domestic life. A little business here.
The very bosom of the state. In what
a situation. When the question, of
a quaker, was the great beyond. Perhaps
the most delightful spot. A moment of
a ticket? Well, er, I remember that
the fire. He admitted that, Malone.
The boys below. The room contained a large
hotel in my possession. I suppose
the pseudonyms, the moral status of
the darkness. Then the fellow who enjoyed
the nearest village? Such were thunderstruck.
Before the shore. Were you, Malone, returned
the other hand, the man? Alas, among
the rain? Perhaps the owners of the boys.
In fact the credit column. That her eyes
were fairly open, looking at the life
beyond. The rain? In my possession, I
admit. The ladies, you believe in. Then,
again the first established, everything,
a duel, and the bell, appreciate
the day before. The smoke. The wounded, and
the young experimenter. We were there.
The conversation on the way, between
the dude. A number of the south. The child,
a girl! Besides, until the end the work
her sex, the only one in favor of
the boat! A few details. Arriving at
the man in all directions to collect.
from The Most Effective Dress; source texts: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897 and Horatio Alger Jr., Joe The Hotel Boy Friday, January 7, 17:17:57


A few decades ago, because the whole. . .

A few decades ago, because the whole
republic was a pretty pattern and
a great event, the right, according to
the time, the state, the flowers, and were not
a great surprise. In one position, and
the matter. We were not a lady who
escorted us, sometimes alone, sometimes
alone, sometimes alone, sometimes alone,
sometimes together and the nobles held
the lands. The coloured people who were not
the primal step in Tuskegee, in mind.
The news. The papers, to protect the year
were not a preacher, child, the mother is,
perhaps in compensation for the child.
Toward the white. The value of the white.
Her first rebellious cry. A dozen years,
before the end, in my fatigue costume,
perhaps, the same proportion of the law.
Suppose a man in his desire to
forget the picture of the season, is
in fact, the founder of the states, arranged
in his expenses there. Sometimes, deplore
the school, in which the fairs were held. A half
a dozen students. Through the winter, not
the white. Besides, in order to secure
the civil war in this direction, is
in fact, the slave. The people had addressed
the men, in this description of the most
effective writing. I repeat, the whole
republic was a mere commercial gain.
from The Most Effective Dress; source texts: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897 and Booker T. Washington, Up From Slavery Tuesday, Jan 11, 2005, 15:41:20


Undine coloured; but you’ll find a seat. He could. . .

Undine coloured; but you’ll find a seat. He could
get at her feet again now, and equally
at odds. They had ceased to love, of course we
all know that unless they take to us,
the wide bands of speaking to those who were; and they’ll be naught
but lumps as big as my fancy goes. The earliest had had
an instant: and she was removing her long furs,
she sobbed out. Again she felt so soothed and Catherine
has to conform to its embers; all the
powers of his cave, a great deal of excellent
eating, an hour later their talk was over, sat just
beneath the stairs, and asking her to try and sell them. Queer the
way, to his mother wailed, raising a hand, and turned his mind
to tell me afterwards, no radiance was too great. It
lasted so long as she chose to tell us, too?
from Shaking Back the Kiss; source texts: Edith Wharton, The Custom of the Country; Jane Austen, Emma; A. Maud Royden, Sex and Common-Sense; and Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights Sunday, August 28, 2005, 22:57:49


Is not of the higher organism. My uncle means to. . .

Is not of the higher organism. My uncle means to
make apologies, excuses, my dear. He did not say quite
all the world, it was only giving
his fair companion an account of the best
baked apple for Emma. He observed.
Nothing can be amiable only
in the beginning, on entering the hall, and she could not
trust him, and I should not marry them both, you’d better wait
an hour or two, first of the mind, and
Mr. Heathcliff; and that was unworthy
the real aspirations of humanity in you to call
him, much less, and his surrender of all the world can
be controlled, and when she can, shall we walk fast, and to
wander at large amongst all the best
of them supreme, who seemed to unite them.
from Shaking Back the Kiss; source texts: Edith Wharton, The Custom of the Country; Jane Austen, Emma; A. Maud Royden, Sex and Common-Sense; and Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights Sunday, August 28, 2005, 22:51:39


Elshtain, Eric, and Gnoetry 0.2. The Most Effective Dress. Beard of Bees 24(Jan 2005). www.beardofbees.com.

Elshtain, Eric, and Gnoetry 0.2. Shaking Back the Kiss. Beard of Bees 30(Feb 2006). www.beardofbees.com.

 


 

 

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