For such people especially, the chapters added to this edition will complete "Notre-Dame-de-Paris," if we admit that "Notre-Dame-de-Paris" was worth the trouble of completing.
In one of these chapters on the present decadence of architecture, and on the death (in his mind almost inevitable) of that king of arts, the author expresses and develops an opinion unfortunately well rooted in him, and well thought out.
Compare 'Absalom and Achitophel' with the source in II Samuel, Chapter XIII, verse 23, to Chapter XVIII.
read either (1) one of the essays, for example that on Olive or Bacon or Pitt or Chatham or Warren Hastings, or (2) a chapter in the History.
"I wonder if the Dean and Chapter knew that he was a Radical when they elected him," another observed bitterly.
When Tar and Sighs were walking together to the Chapter House on Speech-Day a week later, Tar, who had a bitter tongue, remarked to his colleague:
The portable lectern was taken out from the corner and set in the middle of the fireplace, the two old servants came in, and Angel's father began to read at the tenth verse of the aforesaid chapter
"I could not help thinking how very aptly that chapter your dear father read applied, in some of its particulars, to the woman you have chosen.
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The subtitle of Eithne Quinn's Nuthin' but a "G" Thang does not really prepare one for the dense cultural and commercial history of gangsta rap that unfolds in the volume's eight chapters
. Quinn's book reads like a Toni Morrison novel in that every page is crammed with so much information you feel the need to go back and read it over before you can continue to the next.