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The Money Question Under the X-rays of Prophecy: Or, The Battle for Gold ... - Page 276
by H. W. Bowman - 1897 - 511 pages
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Poems of Sidney Lanier

Sidney Lanier - 1891 - 260 pages
...what avail the endless tale Of gain by cunning and plus by sale ? Look up the land, look down the land The poor, the poor, the poor, they stand Wedged by...foul-air sigh For the outside leagues of liberty, jWhere Art, sweet lark, translates the sky Jnto a heavenly melody. r' Each day, all day ' (these poor...
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Self Culture, Volume 10

Self-culture - 1900
...avails the endless tale Of gain by cunning and plus by sale? Look up the land, look down the land. The poor, the poor, the poor they .stand Wedged by the pressing of Trade's hand Against an inward opening door. 'Each day, all day (these poor folks say) In the same old year-long, drear-long...
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Studies in American Literature: A Text-book for Academies and High Schools

Charles Noble - American literature - 1898 - 386 pages
...avail the endless tale Of gain by cunning and plus by sale? ao Look up the land, look down the land The poor, the poor, the poor, they stand Wedged by the pressing of Trade's hand Against an inward opening door That pressure tightens evermore : 25 They sigh a monstrous foul-air sigh For the...
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The Social Gospel, Volume 1

Christianity and culture - 1898
...the Joy of b.ls salvation. And the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand. The poor, the poor, the poor ! the; stand Wedged by the pressing of Trade's hand, Against...inward-opening door. That pressure tightens evermore ; They Eigb a monstrous foul-air sigh For the outside leagues of liberty, Where art, sweet lark, translates...
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An Introduction to American Literature

Henry Spackman Pancoast - American literature - 1898 - 393 pages
...few have shown a deeper sympathy with the cramped lives of the poor, shut in too often from those " Outside leagues of liberty, Where Art, sweet lark, translates the sky Into a heavenly melody. " The true poet of the South, he is the poet of a chivalrous reverence for women; the poet of all high...
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Select Poems of Sidney Lanier

Sidney Lanier - 1899 - 97 pages
...and plus by sale ? Look up the land, look down the land, The poor, the poor, the poor, they stand 21 Wedged by the pressing of Trade's hand Against an...way, We weave in the mills and heave in the kilns, 31 We sieve mine-meshes under the hills, And thieve much gold from the Devil's bank tills, To relieve,...
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Christianity in the Nineteenth Century

George Claude Lorimer - Church history - 1900 - 652 pages
...what avail the endless tale Of gain by cunning and plus by sale? Look up the land, look down the land, The poor, the poor, the poor, they stand Wedged by the pressing of Trade' s hand Against an inward-opening door, That pressure tightens evermore. They sigh a monstrous,...
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The People of the Abyss

Jack London - Armen - 1904 - 319 pages
...street, in a house as like to his own as a pea to its mate. CHAPTER III MY LODGING AND SOME OTHERS The poor, the poor, the poor, they stand, Wedged by...sweet lark, translates the sky Into a heavenly melody. — SIDNEY LANIER. FROM an East London standpoint, the room I rented for six shillings, or a dollar...
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The Chautauquan: Organ of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific ..., Volume 39

1904
...avail the endless title Of gain by cunning and plus by sale? Look up the land, lo.ik down the land The poor, the poor, the poor, they stand Wedged by...all day" (these poor folks say), 'In the same old year-King, drear-long wav, We weave in the mills and heave in the kilns, We sieve mine-meshes under...
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The Chief American Poets

Curtis Hidden Page - American literature - 1905 - 713 pages
...avail the endless tale Of gain by cunning and plus by sale ? Look up the land, look down the land, .-,, The poor, the poor, the poor, they stand Wedged by...say), "In the same old year-long, drear-long way, 3o We weave in the mills and heave in the kirns, We sieve mine-meshes under the hills, And thieve much...
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