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Walking in the Shoes of John Watson

for him as a constant companion.’   ‘Why, what is there against him?’   ‘Oh, I didn’t say there was anything against him.  He is a little queer in his ideas — an enthusiast in some branches of science.  As … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Augustine

servants.  Yet now, in ungrateful pride and most impious madness, and at the risk of being punished in everlasting darkness, they perversely oppose that name under which they fraudulently protected themselves for the sake of enjoying the light of this … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Matthew Henry

our duty and happiness: so that, let a man be ever so desirous and solicitous to do his Maker’s will, he must, without remedy, perish in the ignorance of it, since there is no book but this that will undertake … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of John Donne

THE LEGACY. WHEN last I died, and, dear, I die As often as from thee I go, Though it be but an hour ago – And lovers’ hours be full eternity – I can remember yet, that I Something did … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Kerouac

Book of Sketches his twin brother. In Southern accents – “Thats what ah think!” – they discuss that splendid grasscutter – Cars come & park, & go – Cars hurry on the hiway to home, “Wait till after supper,” says … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Dante and Longfellow

Justice incited my sublime Creator; Created me divine Omnipotence, The highest Wisdom and the primal Love. Before me there were no created things, Only eterne, and I eternal last. All hope abandon, ye who enter in!” These words in sombre … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Fyodor Dostoyevsky

exactly the same; so why should I have gone off riding on Pegasus’ back? Whence had that mood arisen? It had arisen from the fact that a certain sun had beamed upon me, and turned the sky to blue. But … Continue reading

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