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Title:   Chronicles of the Canongate
Author:   Sir Walter Scott
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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...of Mr. Joseph T rain, supervisor of excise at Dumfries, to whose unwearied industry I have been indebted for many curious traditions and points of ant... ... Clydesdale, and shire of Lanark, with the teinds, parsonage and vicarage, fishings in the Clyde, woods, mosses, moors, and pasturages,” etc., etc. Th... ...ark with the smoke of ages, and groaning with the various sounds of active industry or idle revel, and the lofty and craggy hill, silent and solitary ... ...that these were sometimes on the point of failing. At times his success in fishing and the chase was able to add something to her subsistence; but he ... ... preceded his proposed departure, Hamish walked down to the river with his fishing-rod, to practise in the Awe, for the last time, a sport in which he...
 
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Title:   Across the Plains
Author:   Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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...ry one overladen with packages or children, and yet un- der the necessity of fishing out his ticket by the way; but it ended at length for me, and I f... ... so, what remarkable pirates have we here! and what must be the virtues, the industry, the education, and the intelligence of their superiors at home!... ...TEREY has been compared by no less a per- son than General Sherman to a bent fishing-hook; and the comparison, if less important than the march throug... ...as though a bird-of-paradise had risen from the heather or an albatross come fishing in the bay of Wick. They were as strange to their surroundings as... ...elves. Indeed, had that been all, you might have done this often; but though fishing be a fine pastime, the podley is scarce to be regarded as a daint... ... crouch together in the cold sand of the links or on the scaly bilges of the fishing- boat, and delight themselves with inappropriate talk. Woe is me ... ...hink the smallest improvement worth accomplishing at any expense of time and industry. The book, the statue, the so- nata, must be gone upon with the ... ...t even with devotion, you may remind me, even with unfaltering and delighted industry, many thousand artists spend their lives, if the result be regar... ...ire of money. What you may decently expect, if you have some talent and much industry, is such an income as a clerk will earn with a tenth or perhaps ...
 
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Title:   A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers
Author:   Henry David Thoreau
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature and history, Literature & philosophy
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..., bulrushes, and flags. Late in the afternoon we passed a man on the shore fishing with a long birch pole, its silvery bark left on, and a dog at his ... ...vered him unex pectedly amid the pads and the gray willows when he moved, fishing in some old country method,—for youth and age then went a fishing t... ...ers him now, for he soon after died, and migrated to new Tyne streams. His fishing was not a sport, nor solely a means of subsistence, but a sort of s... ...is not a fisherman, who prays for cloudy days and good luck merely, but as fishing has been styled “a contemplative man’s recreation,” intro ducing h... ...y the favorable aspect of the heavens, as he had often done before, went a fishing that afternoon, and his company thenceforth was known to old and yo... ...ed by these themes. Nor is Germany to be excepted, though her philological industry is indirectly serving the cause of philosophy and poetry. Even Goe... ...d some dignity to their labor by its very publicness. It was a part of the industry of nature, like the work of hornets and mud wasps. The waves sl... ... was a native of Ireland. In 1764 he came to this coun try, where, by his industry and application to business, he acquired a large property , and gr... ...vel; among others, “A common mechanic, who can earn a sub sistence by the industry of his hand, and shall not have to stake his reputation for every ...
 
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Title:   Weir of Hermiston
Author:   Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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...us?” he asked, and was shortly after, at his own request, presented. The acquaintance, which it seems profane to call a court- ship, was pursued with ... ...ion be maintained, suffice to itself without reaction, and find continual rewards without excitement. This atmo- 17 Robert Louis Stevenson sphere of ... ...to the confines of age, a childless woman. The tender ambitions that she had received at birth had been, by time and disappointment, diverted into a c... ...t you surely have not come to stay, with the Courts still sitting; is that not most unwise?” “Damn the Courts!” says Frank. “What are the Courts to fr... ...ot value sixpence, and he showed it even while he tried to flatter. Condescension is an excellent thing, but it is strange how one-sided the pleasure ... ...d by the country folk. He occupied Hermiston after the manner of an in- vader in a conquered capital. He was perpetually issuing from it, as from a ba... ...ook root. It was vastly deepened when Kirstie resented his curiosity at breakfast, and that same afternoon there occurred another scene which clinched...
 
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Title:   Pillars of Society a Play in Four Acts
Author:   Henrik Ibsen
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature and history, Literature & philosophy
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...y make your mind quite easy on that score, Mr. Rorlund. Our little hive of industry rests now-a- days, God be thanked, on such a sound moral basis; we... ...to the house.) Ah, thank Heaven, here he is, safe and sound. (OLAF, with a fishing-line in his hand, comes run- ning up the garden and in through the ... ...t do you call it, then? Slipping out of the house at night, going out in a fishing boat, staying away till well on in the day, and giving me such a ho... ... band of workmen look up to you as to a father. By calling new branches of industry into existence, you have laid the foundations of the wel- fare of ...
 
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Title:   The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Author:   Mark Twain
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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...nts in those easy times) to the pupil. How many of my readers would have the industry and application to memo rize two thousand verses, even for a Do... ... school or to church, or call any being master or obey anybody; he could go fishing or swim ming when and where he chose, and stay as long as it sui... ...e.” “Oh no, Joe, you’ll feel better by and by,” said Tom. “Just think of the fishing that’s here.” “I don’t care for fishing. I want to go home.” “But... ...ind Joe Harper, but failed of success. Next he sought Ben Rogers; he had one fishing. Presently he stumbled upon Huck Finn the Red Handed. Huck would ... ... dig. Their hopes commenced to rise. Their interest grew stronger, and their industry kept pace with it. The hole deepened and still deepened, but eve... ... could touch that The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 157 hole I got out of with a fishing pole. See if you can find it.” Huck searched all the place about,... ... easy — I don’t take no interest in vittles, that way. I got to ask to go a fishing; I got to ask to go in a swimming — dern’d if I hain’t got to ask...
 
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Title:   Hesiod the Homeric Hymns and Homerica
Author:   Hugh G. Evelyn White
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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... graved on lead seen by him on Mt. Helicon, comes a general exhortation to industry. It begins with the allegory of the two Strifes, who stand for who... ...n upon the violent, and the section concludes with a series of precepts on industry and prudent conduct generally. b) The second section shows how a m... ...rally. b) The second section shows how a man may escape want and misery by industry and care both in agriculture and in trading by sea. Neither subjec... ... which offend supernatural powers and bring ill-luck. And finally, if your industry is to be fruitful, you must know what days are suit- able for vari... ...h waves. In the middle of it were many dolphins rushing this way and that, fishing: and they seemed to be swimming. Two dolphins of silver were spouti... ...d it in the epic “Cypria,” that Palamedes was drowned when he had gone out fishing, and that it was Diomedes and Odysseus who caused his death. Fragme... ...he assassins. But these, fearing the anger of their countrymen, launched a fishing boat, and put out to sea for Crete: they had finished half their vo... ...d, as he was sitting by the sea he asked some boys who were returning from fishing: ‘Sirs, hunters of deep-sea prey, have we caught anything?’ T o thi... ...asked what they meant. They then explained that they had caught nothing in fishing, but had been catching their lice, and those of the lice which they...
 
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Title:   A Footnote to History
Author:   Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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...ate up the country like the 9 Robert Louis Stevenson presence of an army. Fishing, the daily bath, flirtation; court- ship, which is gone upon by pro... ...particu- lar drawback of the Polynesian system is to depress and stag- ger industry. T o work more is there only to be more pillaged; to save is impos... ...ve individually expressed to us their discontent with a system which taxes industry to pamper idleness; and I hear that in one village of Savaii a law... ...ed, a central power created, the country opened up, the native race taught industry: all these were detestable to the natives, and to all of these he ... ...the young men continued to pass through the army, habits of discipline and industry, a central sentiment, the principles of the new cul- ture, and act... ...st Samoan manners. No Asi was to be found; but at last they were shown his fishing-lights on the reef, rowed out, took him as he was, and carried him ...
 
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Title:   The Pioneers Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna a Descriptive Tale
Author:   James Fenimore Cooper
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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...nds forth its emigrants like any other old region, and it is pregnant with industry and enterprise. Its manufac- turers are prosperous, and it is wort... ...im; the result of his own enterprise, and much of it the fruits of his own industry. The cheerful sound of sleigh-bells, however, attracted the attent... ...l this time Benjamin stood thumbing the leaves of a prayer-book with great industry; but some unexpected diffi- culties prevented his finding the plac... ...n. The major- domo made no reply . but continued his occupation with great industry, which being happily completed, he took a look at the thermometer,... ... design, “and Miss Grant, and Mr. Edwards; and I will show you what I call fishing not nibble, nibble, nibble, as ‘Duke does when he goes after the sa... ... with Benjamin to steer, and let us haul them in by thousands; I call that fishing.” “Ah! Dickon,” cried Marmaduke, “thou knowest but little of the pl... ... who has hauled in a shovel-nosed shirk, d’ye see, it’s but a poor kind of fishing after all.” “I don’t know, Benjamin,” returned the sheriff; “a haul... ...ch- oes from the opposite hills, which were more than half a mile from the fishing point, sent back the discordant laugh that Benjamin gave forth at t... ...d a brand from the fire, and ran to a point as far above the centre of the fishing-ground, as the one from which the batteau had started was below it....
 
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Title:   Unconscious Comedians
Author:   Honoré de Balzac
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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...us Gazonal. “It is amusing! People may cry up the pleasures of hunting and fishing as much as they like but to stalk a man in Paris is far better fun.... ...” said Gazonal; “look at the workmen! You don’t know all the prod- ucts of industry, though you exhibit them. Our toilers fight 27 Balzac against the...
 
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Title:   A Little Tour in France
Author:   Henry James
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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...eat yourself at Blois to a very cheer- ful afterpiece. There is a charming industry practised there, and practised in charming conditions. Follow the ... ...ver, without the smoke, the bustle, the ugliness, of so much of our modern industry. It ought to gratify Mr. Ruskin. V. THE SECOND TIME I went to Bloi... ... of it, I believe, but lately much amended by the magic of cheerful French industry and thrift. The light had already begun to fade, and my drive remi... ...than ever; and the little peaceful, lazy Cher, where two or three men were fishing in the eventide, flowed under the clear arches and between the soli... ...n the bas-reliefs of which I have spoken, little scenes of agriculture and industry, which show, that the proprietor was not ashamed of call- ing atte... ... the capacity for production, of France,—the bright, cheer- ful, smokeless industry of the wonderful country which produces, above all, the agreeable ...
 
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Title:   Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdrockh
Author:   Thomas Carlyle
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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... take the size of pots of ale;” still more, of that altogether misdirected industry, which is seen vigorously thrashing mere straw, there can nothing ... ..., new means must of neces- sity be had recourse to. In a world existing by Industry, we grudge to employ fire as a destroying element, and not as a cr... ...difference, our Economists, nigh buried under Tables for minor Branches of Industry, have altogether overlooked the grand all-overtopping Hy- pocrisy ... ...ble other crafts and mysteries of that genus, had not ranked in Productive Industry at all! Can any one, for example, so much as say, What moneys, in ... ... also I was free to do. Nay from the chaos of that Library, I succeeded in fishing up more books perhaps than had been known to the very keepers there... ...ogether and protecting it; and all your Craft-Guilds, and Associations for Industry, of hand or of head, are the Fleshly Clothes, the muscular and os-...
 
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Title:   Babbitt
Author:   Sinclair Lewis
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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...he faith. Where they knew only by passionate instinct that their system of industry and manners was perfect, Dr. Howard Littlefield proved it to them,... ...id go camping without their wives, but they were offi- cially dedicated to fishing and hunting, whereas the sa- cred and unchangeable sports of Babbit... ...ook like two cents!—but I didn’t realize it’d got to be such a reg’lar key-industry! Must rank right up with groceries and mov- ies. Always figured so... ...re. Him. Oh, that’s all off. But I want to hit Maine early—get in a little fishing, catch me a big trout, by golly!” A nervous, artificial laugh. “Wel... ... topics. They rapidly reviewed motor-car prices, tire-mileage, oil-stocks, fishing, and the prospects for the wheat-crop in Dakota. But the fat man wa... ...He did not confuse audiences by silly subtleties; Prout represented honest industry, Seneca Doane represented whining lazi- ness, and you could take y... ...learn that the selling of Bibles was a hustling and strictly competi- tive industry, and as an expert on hygiene he was pleased by the Sanitary Commun... ...bitt, but it’s nearer to Skowtuit Pond, and you can get just about as good fishing there.” “No, I want to get into the real wilds.” “Well, all right.”... ...of my living. I’ve been getting so stupid and ugly—” “Why, you old humbug! Fishing for compliments when I ought to be packing your bag! Me, sure, I’m ...
 
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Title:   Main Street
Author:   Sinclair Lewis
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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... some nice spring evening.” “Yes.” “And sleigh-riding in winter, and going fishing—” Blarrrrrrr! The orchestra had crashed into the “Soldiers’ Chorus”... ...remism, Chinese lyrics, nationalization of mines, Christian Sci- ence, and fishing in Ontario. She went home, and that was the beginning and end of he... ...at the old building!” “I heard he did.” “Yes. He’s a prince. He and I went fishing together, last time he was here. The Dawsons and Mr. Mott teetered ... ...oked rather too obviously at the cream-smooth slope of her shoulder. “Like fishing?. Fishing is my middle name. I’ll teach you bridge. Like cards at a... ...en duty as a pro-ducer to resist every attack on the integrity of American industry to the last ditch. Yes—sir!” Mr. Elder wiped his brow. Dave Dyer a... ...r seven minutes Jackson Elder outlined reasons for believing that the pike-fishing was better on the west shore of Lake Minniemashie than on the east—... ...below, or thirty. Winter is not a season in the North Middlewest; it is an industry. Storm sheds were erected at every door. In every block the househ...
 
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Title:   My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglass. With an Introduction. By James M'Cune Smith
Author:   Frederick Douglas
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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... to be caught by wading, digging and raking for them. Here was a field for industry and enterprise, strongly inviting; and the reader may be assured t... ...direction of his land, and near the shore, there was an excel- lent oyster fishing ground, and to this, some of the slaves of Col. Lloyd occasionally ... ...d—a thing quite unusual in the south—depended almost entirely upon her own industry for a living. To this fact the dear lady, no doubt, owed the excel... ...ing community, but that business had almost entirely given place to oyster fishing, for the Balti- more and Philadelphia markets—a course of life high... ... and Philadelphia markets—a course of life highly un- favorable to morals, industry, and manners. Miles river was broad, and its oyster fishing ground... ...le to morals, industry, and manners. Miles river was broad, and its oyster fishing grounds were extensive; and the fishermen were out, often, all day,... ...ce, and to spur me on to extra endeavor. Besides, we had all planned to go fishing, and I certainly wished to have a hand in that. But I was disappoin... ...made enough, in this way, to purchase their freedom. It is a sharp spur to industry; and some of the most enterprising colored men in Baltimore hire t... ...and I was determined to hold on to the newly gained footing, by all proper industry. I was ready to work by night as well as by day; and being in the ...
 
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Title:   The Black Dwarf
Author:   Sir Walter Scott
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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... the preceding century, were scarce yet broken in to the habits of regular industry, sheep-farm- ing had not been introduced upon any considerable sca... ...f his domestics. This was usually employed by the young men in hunting and fishing; and the spirit of adventure, which formerly led to raids and foray... ...isible, or to give audience to 43 any one whomsoever. Earnscliff had been fishing in a small river at some dis- tance. He had his rod in his hand, an... ... were abroad and on the wing, and filled the air with the murmurs of their industry. As the old man crept out of his little hut, his two she-goats cam...
 
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Title:   Within the Tides Four Stories
Author:   Joseph Conrad
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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...er on the ground of personal merit or as the pioneer of the vegetable silk industry. It must have been the last, because he remembered distinctly, as ... ... fellow’s arm under his own and walks away with him to the left, where the fishing-harbour is… I suppose I haven’t misunderstood you. Y ou wish me to ... ...,” he begins earnestly and goes on with every appearance of calm, horrible industry. Don’t imagine, however, that there is anything archaic in my find... ...‘Mon Malheur.’ His hands had been blown away by a dynamite cartridge while fishing in some lagoon. This accident, I believe, had made him more wicked ...
 
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Title:   Life on the Mississippi
Author:   Mark Twain
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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...se, and back the Mississippi up before it; we would have to do a little craw fishing, then, to get away from the obstruction. We often hit white logs... ...eam ers; next the war came and almost entirely annihilated the steamboating industry during several years, leaving most of the pilots idle, and the c... ...ee hundred thousand miles long, and stuck out over the Gulf of Mexico like a fishing rod. And by the same token any person can see that seven hundred... ...fficiency of money out of what is left of the once prodi gious steamboating industry. I suppose that St. Louis and New Orleans have not suffered mate... ...prohibitory impost upon it to keep it from working serious injury to her oil industry. Helena occupies one of the prettiest situations on the Mississi... ...unded by his own class, eating his bread with the appe tite which laborious industry alone can give, enjoying his humble life, honest, upright, pure ... ... house wept as one individual. My friend went on summer vacation up into the fishing regions of our northern British neighbors, and carried this sermo... ... locality was a favorite resort for the Sioux Indians on account of the fine fishing and hunting to be had there, and large numbers of them were alway... ...ern improvements and conveniences; its fine summer residences; and plenty of fishing, hunting, and pleas ant drives. There are a dozen minor summer r...
 
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Title:   Vailima Letters
Author:   Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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... from Tanugamanono were above me in the wood and answerable for the blows; as for the laughter, a woman and two children had come and asked Fanny’s le... ...is my Delilah. Golly, it’s good. I am not shining by modesty; but I do just love the colour and movement of that piece so far as it goes. I was surpri... ...e here she was an angelic little stripling, but she is now in full flower—or half-flower— and grows buxom. As I write, I hear her wet cloth moving and... ...ll within sixty paces of our house; a little after, a second went; and we sent out boys with axes and cut down a third, which was too near the house, ... ...f that. And if I got my book done in six weeks, seeing it will be about half as long as a Scott, and I have to write everything twice, it would be abo... ...e nonce, my skill deserts me, such as it is, or was. It was a very little dose of inspiration, and a pretty little trick of style, long lost, improved... ... myself seriously as a work- man of old, but my practice has fallen off. I am now an idler and cumberer of the ground; it may be excused to me perhaps...
 
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Title:   The Lily of the Valley
Author:   Honoré de Balzac
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
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...lvet mosses drooping to the river but not falling to it; mouldering boats, fishing-nets; the monoto- nous sing-song of a shepherd; ducks paddling amon... ... on the water. This punt belonged to Monsieur de Mortsauf, who used it for fishing. “Well,” said Monsieur de Chessel, when we were out of ear-shot. “I... ...nder the white flag, and never sought, like other emigrants, to take up an industry. Perhaps he had not the sort of courage that could lay aside his n... ...rms at Clochegourde, where we have many mulberry-trees, remains of the old industry of Touraine. But I reflected that he would still be the same ty- r... ...the count- ess after we had made a few turns. “We might go and look at the fishing which is going on to-day.” We went out by the little gate, found th... ...y we came below the bridge to a place where the Indre widens and where the fishing was going on. “Well, Martineau?” she said. “Ah, Madame la comtesse,...
 
       
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