LINE IDs: -?So instead of getting to heaven, at last- I?m going, all along.?-Dickenson poem 236 -?Other states indicate themselves in their deputies?but the genius of the United States in not best or most in its executives or legislatures, nor in its ambassadors or authors or colleges or churches or parlors, nor even in its newspapers or inventors?but always most in the common people.? ?Whitman Leaves of Grass -?The greatest poet hardly knows pettiness or triviality. If he breathes into anything that was before thought small it dilates with the grandeur and life of the universe.??Whitman Leaves of Grass -?The greatest poet does not moralize or make applications of morals?he knows the soul. The soul has the measureless pride which consists in never acknowledging any lessons but its own. But it has sympathy as measureless as its pride and the one balances the other and neither can stretch too far while it stretches in company with the other.??Whitman Leaves of Grass -?The great poets are also to be known by the absence in them of tricks and by justification of perfect personal candor. The folds echo a new cheap joy and a divine voice leaping from their brains: How beautiful is candor!??Whitman Leaves of Grass -?Call me Ishmael.?? Herman Melville?s Moby Dick ?Spruce bachelors looked sidelong at the pretty maidens, and fancied that the Sabbath sunshine made them prettier than on week-days.??Hawthorne?s The Minister?s Black Veil -?It would appear that Beatrice understood him. There came a deep flush to her cheek; but she looked full into Giovanni's eyes, and responded to his gaze of uneasy suspicion with a queen-like haughtiness.??Hawthorne?s Rappiccini?s Daughter -?She permits us, indeed, to mar, but seldom to mend, and, like a jealous patentee, on no account to make.??Hawthorne?s The Birth Mark
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