I Regret Everything

Author: Seth Greenland
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1609452577
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A modern love story, I Regret Everything confronts the oceanic uncertainty of what it means to be alive, and in love.

Dead Was Everything

Author: Keith Smith
Publisher: Frontline Books
ISBN: 1473837235
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I lay as much stress as I am able on these different points, as I am anxious to
remove from the Lieutenant-General's mind the impression that I regret he seems
to labour under, that I seek and have sought to evade any responsibility that
devolves upon me. With regard to part of para. 5 and to para. 6 of His
Excellency's minute, I regret very much to say that hitherto I have not understood
that my duties in such matters were such as he represents them. I was certainly
not aware that ifI ...

Lady Luck S Map Of Vegas

Author: Barbara O'Neal
Publisher: Barbara Samuel
ISBN: 193768878X
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I had not really intended to tell India everything, only the parts that concerned her.
Now she's pregnant, and I guess I'm going to have to let it all come out. It hurts my
heart, and it will hurt hers. More than I could wish. The weather outside is bitter
and punishing—snow, wind, all the sharpness of winter. My thoughts are with
Gypsy, now and back then, and with my own regrets, which are long enough to
keep a priest going for quite some time. I've made peace with a lot of my choices,
 ...

Doctor Thorne

Author: Anthony Trollope
Publisher:
ISBN:
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You ain't worth a shilling, and yet you regret nothing. I am worth half a million in
one way or the other, and I regret everything—everything—everything!' 'You
should not think in that way, Scatcherd; you need not think so. Yesterday you told
Mr. Clarke that you were comfortable in your mind.” Mr. Clarke was the clergyman
who had visited him. “Of course I did. What else could I say when he asked me? It
wouldn't have been civil to have told him that his time and words were all thrown
 ...

Doctor Thorne

Author: Anthony Trollope
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191639818
Size: 46.20 MB
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regret nothing. I am worth half a million in one way or the other, and I regret
everything,—everything,—everything!' 'You should not think in that way,
Scatcherd; you need not think so. Yesterday you told Mr Clarke that you were
comfortable in your mind.' Mr Clarke was the clergyman who had visited him. 'Of
course I did. What else could I say when he asked me? It wouldn't have been civil
to have told him that his time and words were all thrown away. But, Thorne,
believe me, when a ...

Doctor Thorne A Novel 10th Ed

Author: Anthony Trollope
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 70.93 MB
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You ain't worth a shilling, and yet you regret nothing. I am worth half a million in
one way or the other, and I regret everything—everything—everything!' 'You
should not think in that way, Scatcherd; you need not think so. Yesterday you told
Mr. Clarke that you were comfortable in your mind.” Mr. Clarke was the clergyman
who had visited him. “Of course I did. What else could I say when he asked me? It
wouldn't have been civil to have told him that his time and words were all thrown
 ...

Doctor Thorne Eleventh Edition

Author: Anthony Trollope
Publisher:
ISBN:
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You ain't worth a shilling, and yet you regret nothing. I am worth half a million in
one way or the other, and I regret everything—everything—everything!' 'You
should not think in that way, Scatcherd; you need not think so. Yesterday you told
Mr. Clarke that you were comfortable in your mind.” Mr. Clarke was the clergyman
who had visited him. - - “Of course I did. What else could I say when he asked me
? It wouldn't have been civil to have told him that his time and words were all
thrown ...

The Star By My Head

Author:
Publisher: Milkweed Editions
ISBN: 1571319034
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Innocence and crime. The rondo is streaming from one of the inner rooms:
something completed and inescapable “In order to live in the world one has to
ground it” I cut open an envelope with a knife, newly cut grass is steaming in
through the window It is the suddenness! In the slow processes! I say that I regret
everything I regret almost everything, it does not matter I have known you since I
was a child and thought like a child Yes, water and light. Cracks in the base.
Inflammations.

Les Miserables

Author: Victor Hugo
Publisher: BookRix
ISBN: 3736802145
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Don't be vexed, Marius, give me permission to speak; I say no evil of the people
as you see, I am always harping on your people, but do look favorably on my
dealing a bit of a slap to the bourgeoisie. I belong to it. He who loves well lashes
well. Thereupon, I say plainly, that now-a-days people marry, but that they no
longer know how to marry. Ah! it is true, I regret the grace of the ancient manners.
I regret everything about them, their elegance, their chivalry, those courteous and
delicate ...