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Do I Believe by Noel Coward

Do I believe in God? Well yes, I suppose, in a sort of way. It’s really terribly hard to say. I’m sure there must be, of course Some kind of vital, motive force, Some power that holds the winning cards … Continue reading

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The Way of the World (excerpt) by William Congreve

Mrs Marwood from Act ii Scene i True, ’tis an unhappy circumstance of life, That love should ever die before us; And that the man so often should outlive the lover. But say what you will, ’Tis better to be … Continue reading

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An Apology For Her Poetry by Margaret Lucas Cavendish

I language want to dress my fancies in, The hair’s uncurled, the garment’s loose and thin. Had they but silver lace to make them gay, They’d be more courted than in poor array; Or, had they art, would make a … Continue reading

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