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DEAR SIR , —How welcome your account of yourself and your invitation to your
new house was to me , I need not tell you , who consider our friendship not only
as formed by choice , but as matured by time . We have been now long enough ...
What we shall do in the summer , it is yet too early to consider . You want to know
what you shall do now ; I do not think this time of bustle and confusion ' like to
produce any advantage to you . Every man has those to reward and gratify who ...
Consider a man whose fortune is very narrow ; whatever be his rank by birth , or
whatever his reputation by intellectual excellence , what can he do ? or what evil
can he prevent ? That he cannot help the needy is evident ; he has nothing to ...
REVEREND SIR , —That I have long omitted to return you thanks for the honour
conferred upon me by your dedication , I entreat you with great earnestness not
to consider as more faulty than it is . A very importunate and oppressive disorder
DEAR SIR , -It was not insensibility of your kindness , I hope , that made me
negligent of answering your letter , for which I now return you thanks , and which I
consider as a fresh proof of your regard . a name . What will the world do but look
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This classic series represents the Western canon not without academic controversy. The latest volumes of the Great Books include some women writers, but they are still definitely underrepresented ... Read full review