Drama
epub |eng | 2001-11-30 | Author:Molière [Molière]

* * * ACT FOUR SCENE I (Dorimène, Monsieur Jourdain, Dorante, two Male Musicians, a Female Musician, Lackeys) DORIMÈNE: Why, Dorante, that is really a magnificent repast! MONSIEUR JOURDAIN: You ...
( Category: Continental European October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2005-10-31 | Author:M. E. Braddon [Braddon, M. E. (Mary Elizabeth)]

"At Lady Sarah Tewkesbury's." "So her major-domo swears; but her chairmen, whom I found asleep in the hall, say they set her down at the palace." "At Whitehall?" "Yes, at ...
( Category: British & Irish October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2004-10-31 | Author:Molière [Molière]

SCENE IX.——HARPAGON, MARIANNE, FROSINE. Har. (to Marianne). Do not be offended, fair one, if I come to you with my glasses on. I know that your beauty is great enough ...
( Category: Continental European October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2009-04-02 | Author:Molière [Molière]

ACT IV SCENE I Cleante, Tartuffe Cleante. Yes, the whole town is talking about it, And they don't think it does you much credit. And I've sought you out, sir, ...
( Category: Drama October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2005-09-30 | Author:Molière [Molière]

SCENE IV.——MR. FLEURANT, ARGAN, BÉRALDE. Arg. Ah! brother, with your leave. Ber. Eh? What are you going to do? Arg. To take this little clyster; it will soon be done. ...
( Category: Continental European October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2004-01-31 | Author:M. E. Braddon [Braddon, M. E. (Mary Elizabeth)]

* * * CHAPTER XXVI. 'PROUD CAN I NEVER BE OF WHAT I HATE.' It was a Saturday afternoon, and even in that great world which has no occupation in ...
( Category: British & Irish October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2004-09-30 | Author:Molière [Molière]

SCENE IX.-SGANARELLE, VALÈRE, ERGASTE. SGAN. (Thinking himself alone). Oh, thrice and four times blessed be the law which forbids extravagance in dress! [Footnote: It is remarkable that Louis XIV., who ...
( Category: Continental European October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2006-06-05 | Author:R. D. Blackmore [Blackmore, R. D. (Richard Doddridge)]

CHAPTER XXX INLAND OPINION Whatever may be said, it does seem hard, from a wholly disinterested point of view, that so many mighty men, with swift ships, armed with villainous ...
( Category: British & Irish October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2005-09-30 | Author:M. E. Braddon [Braddon, M. E. (Mary Elizabeth)]

'Go and lose it in the wood, where Rosalind lost her heart-ache. Nothing like a long ramble when one is a little out of sorts. Go and get rid of ...
( Category: British & Irish October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2004-01-31 | Author:W. B. Yeats [Yeats, W. B. (William Butler)]

MARY. Queen of Angels and kind saints defend us! Some dreadful thing will happen. A while ago She took away the blessed quicken wood. FATHER HART. You fear because of ...
( Category: British & Irish October 16,2014 )
epub |eng | 2006-06-05 | Author:R. D. Blackmore [Blackmore, R. D. (Richard Doddridge)]

CHAPTER XXXIV SHOXFORD Are there people who have never, in the course of anxious life, felt desire to be away, to fly away, from every thing, however good and dear ...
( Category: British & Irish October 16,2014 )
mobi, epub |eng | 2012-09-26 | Author:Noah Waters

Chapter XII THE EARLY OCTOBER SKIES GLOWED PUMPKIN ORANGE AS THE EVENING SUN returned to the ocean’s treasures. The seasons of California were slow to change compared with the rest ...
( Category: Drama October 15,2014 )
epub |eng | 2004-04-30 | Author:W. B. Yeats [Yeats, W. B. (William Butler)]

THE OLD MEN OF THE TWILIGHT. At the place, close to the Dead Man's Point, at the Rosses, where the disused pilot-house looks out to sea through two round windows ...
( Category: British & Irish October 15,2014 )
epub |eng | 2014-01-22 | Author:Anjuelle Floyd [Floyd, Anjuelle]

••••••••••••••••••••• Chapter 24 ••••••••••••••••••••• Willa Mae had gone for the day when Florina stepped onto the verandah and discovered the box wrapped in the paper of a grocery bag, bearing ...
( Category: United States October 13,2014 )
epub, mobi |eng | 0101-01-01 | Author:Oscar Wilde [Wilde, Oscar]

CHAPTER VI About ten minutes later, the bell rang for tea, and, as Virginia did not come down, Mrs. Otis sent up one of the footmen to tell her. After ...
( Category: British & Irish October 13,2014 )