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Complete Essays

Charles Dudley Warner

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All this is mainly the work of women. The men are sometimes admitted, are even hired to perform and be encouraged and criticised; that is, men who are already highly cultivated, or who are in sympathy with the noble feminization of the age. It is a glorious movement. Its professed object is to give an intellectual lift to society. And no doubt, unless all reports are exaggerated, it is making our great leisure class of women highly intellectual beings. But, encouraging as this prospect is, it gives us pause. Who are these young women to associate with? with whom are they to hold high converse? For life is a two-fold affair. And meantime what is being done for the young men who are expected to share in the high society of the. . . Read More

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My favorite poem of Poe has changed over the years.
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“From childhood’s hour I have not been
As others were, I have not seen
As others saw, I could not bring
My passions from a common spring.”

Ortaokulda okumuştum ilk kez “Yalnız” şiirini Poe’nun ve hayran olmuştum. Kendi melankolimin dışavurumu gibiydi şiirleri. Lisede hikayeleriyle ve bir diğer meşhur şi

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"All that we see or seem
Is but a dream within a dream."

The Complete Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe
will give you a fascinating glimpse into his tragic life. The majority of his poems are interpreted autobiographically: his achievements, his beloved wives, his losses, and ultimately, his unbecomin

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