This is the coal face. Here are several quotations. He flew vigorously to one corner of his compartment, and, after waiting there a second, flew across to the other. From Politics to Religion? It was a passion that was twisted and morbid; it caused her many humiliations; sometimes it made her ashamed of herself.
Would I please come and do something about it? Though he had been famished, along with the rest, he at once saw reasons why the food should have been thrown away rather than given to the tramps.
We are led, then, to these judgments following. When the labours and questionings of honest and brave men shall have built up the fabric of known truth to a glory which we in this generation can neither hope for nor imagine, in that pure and holy temple he shall have no part nor lot, but his name and his works shall be cast out into the darkness of oblivion for ever.
Pahl-Rugenstein,S. The miner's job would be as much beyond my power as it would be to perform on a flying trapeze or to win the Grand National.
She could not love the Duke nor change her feeling. Wearing pearls, wearing silk, one steps out on to a balcony which overlooks the gardens of sleeping Mayfair. Wolfgang Trautmann, Gegenwart und Zukunft der Industriegesellschaft: So the time passed, with dun talk and dull obscenities.
If he was the greatest of English letter writers it was not only thanks to his gifts but to his immense good fortune. Even centuries hence when the plough drives over the places where coal was once mined, the sites of ancient slag-heaps will still be distinguishable from an aeroplane.
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I have come to think that boredom is the worst of all a tramp's evils, worse than hunger and discomfort, worse even than the constant feeling of being socially disgraced.
Each cell measured about ten feet by ten and was quite bare within except for a plank bed and a pot of drinking water.
To become the foremost literary symbol of the New Left is no mean accomplishment; many of the movement's adherents are both informed and intelligent, and they have had their pick of an impressive literature.
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What he could do he did. But on the whole we are not aware of it; we all know that we 'must have coal', but we seldom or never remember what coal-getting involves. The reader's eye may have slipped over that moment entirely. For at that time I had already made up my mind that imperialism was an evil thing and the sooner I chucked up my job and got out of it the better.
Klever, "Die Kultuurfilosofie van Herbert Marcuse," in: The rule which should guide us in such cases is simple and obvious enough: It used to interest me to see the brutal cynicism with which Christian sentiment is exploited. But when he came to myself, he looked hard at me, and said: Both cannot be infallibly inspired; one or other must have been the victim of a delusion, and thought he knew that which he really did not know.
Moreover, I did not in the least want to shoot him.
If there were only he, and no other, with such claims! In the middle of the run the cage probably touches sixty miles an hour; in some of the deeper mines it touches even more.
Her body was wrapped round the pain as a damp sheet is folded over a wire. The demand for critical theories of society is readily explainable where the contradictions of social development take the form of sharp paradoxes recognized by the broad public.
Wherever she alights she attracts at once the love of some boy or girl; or the exacting admiration of a man of the world like her disagreeable cousin Bussy Rabutin, who cannot rest under her disapproval, but must be assured of her good opinion in spite of all his treachery.
Practically everything we do, from eating an ice to crossing the Atlantic, and from baking a loaf to writing a novel, involves the use of coal, directly or indirectly. Into each of these lives one could penetrate a little way, far enough to give oneself the illusion that one is not tethered to a single mind, but can put on briefly for a few minutes the bodies and minds of others.
Above all he was blessed in his little public—a circle that surrounded him with that warm climate in which he could live the life of incessant changes which is the breath of a letter writer's existence. And it would require a great amount of careful examination into the history of those nations to determine which of these things had the greater share in the result.agronumericus.com is tracked by us since April, Over the time it has been ranked as high as in the world, while most of its traffic comes from.
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comprehensive and partially annotated list of books about Herbert Marcuse, compiled by Harold Marcuse.
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