Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book: Containing the Inspired and Inspiring Selections, Gathered During a Life Time of Discriminating Reading for His Own Use
A collection of more than seven hundred quotations from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
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Ever , in all junctures , in hours of lightness as in stress or trial , God of my soul , help me to play the man . Amen ! " The Actor's Prayer , " by Dr. Frank Crane . What is this mystery that men call death ?
Let after flower , warmer hour : they fall , less content the work of another century pass , and certainly nothing would be left but these little brown volumes - so many caskets full of ten- derness and pas- sion , disappointed ambition ...
Throughout nearly all the hours of that afternoon until the sunset shadows came , and afterwards among the moonbeams , I waited there , clinging to that rock , jutting out into that overpowering , gor- geous chasm .
I have always preferred the sunshine and have tried to put other people there , if only for an hour or two at a time . -Marshall P. Wilder . world , evenagreat fortune , into atoms . And the fundamental principles which govern the ...
So many hours of anguish and struggle that breath might be ! So many baby mouths drawing life at women's breasts ; -all this , that men might lie with glazed eyeballs , and swollen faces , and fixed , blue , unclosed mouths , and great ...
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Limited preview - 1999