When her turn came to read
she was obliged to confess she had written nothing.
Also I am sending you a book of stories; some of which I have read
myself, particularly one called "The Cloak.
That play must be a favourite with you," said he; "you read
as if you knew it well.
As a matter of fact, "Thus Spake Zarathustra", though it is unquestionably Nietzsche's opus magnum, is by no means the first of Nietzsche's works that the beginner ought to undertake to read
I never want to hear, or read
, or think of them again
I cannot understand how that can be, for in truth to my mind there is no better reading in the world, and I have here two or three of them, with other writings that are the very life, not only of myself but of plenty more; for when it is harvest-time, the reapers flock here on holidays, and there is always one among them who can read
and who takes up one of these books, and we gather round him, thirty or more of us, and stay listening to him with a delight that makes our grey hairs grow young again.
At that period, as there were few lamps or candles to be had, people used to read
or work by the light of pitch.
Yes," added Miss Tilney, "and I remember that you undertook to read
it aloud to me, and that when I was called away for only five minutes to answer a note, instead of waiting for me, you took the volume into the Hermitage Walk, and I was obliged to stay till you had finished it.
He never read
them, for he had long lost the habit of reading, but he liked to turn the pages, look at the illustrations if they were illustrated, and mend the bindings.
With a feeling that to open and read
would certainly be a surprising experience, she turned the historian's page and read
I do not know whether I have been what people call a great reader; I cannot claim even to have been a very wise reader; but I have always been conscious of a high purpose to read
much more, and more discreetly, than I have ever really done, and probably it is from the vantage-ground of this good intention that I shall sometimes be found writing here rather than from the facts of the case.
For weeks too, if not for months, she adhered to her determination not to read
him, though I, having come to my senses and seen that there is a place for the 'prentice, was taking a pleasure, almost malicious, in putting 'The Master of Ballantrae' in her way.