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" ... he ought to make great mention of this chamber in my memoirs, because so much of my lonely youth was wasted here, and here my mind and character were formed ; and here I have been glad and hopeful, and here I have been despondent. And here I sat a... "
A General Survey of American Literature: By Mary Fisher - Página 167
por Mary Fisher - 1899 - 391 páginas
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The Lee Readers, Livro 4

Edna Henry Lee - 1902
...and hopeful, and here I have been despondent. "And here I sat a long, long time, waiting patiently for the world to know me, and sometimes wondering...it would ever know me at all, — at least till I was in ray grave. . . . By and by the world found me out in my lonely chamber, and called me forth."...
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The Heath Readers: Primer[-sixth] Reader

D.C. Heath and Company - 1903
...eaves in which he sat and wrote. " Here I sat a long, long time," he said later, " waiting patiently for the world to know me, and sometimes wondering...sooner, or whether it would ever know me at all." When he became engaged to be married, he decided that he must look about for other work to do, in order...
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Fifth Reader

1903 - 352 páginas
...eaves in which he sat and wrote. " Here I sat a long, long time," he said later, " waiting patiently for the world to know me, and sometimes wondering...sooner, or whether it would ever know me at all." When he became engaged to be married, he decided that he must look about for other work to do, in order...
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Literary Leaders of America

Richard Burton - 1904 - 316 páginas
...recluses like himself, left him much alone. " Here," as he expresses it, " I sat a long, long time, waiting for the world to know me, and sometimes wondering...me at all, at least, till I were in my grave." And he declares that by turns he was glad and sad in his work : " But oftener I was happy," — a statement...
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Literary Leaders of America: A Class-book on American Literature

Richard Burton - 1904 - 318 páginas
...recluses like himself, left him much alone. " Here," as he expresses it, " I sat a long, long time, waiting for the world to know me, and sometimes wondering...me at all, at least, till I were in my grave." And he declares that by turns he was glad and sad in his work : " But oftener I was happy," — a statement...
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New England in Letters

Rufus Rockwell Wilson - 1904 - 384 páginas
...and hopeful, and here I have been despondent. And here I sat for a long, long time waiting patiently for the world to know me, and sometimes wondering...whether it would ever know me at all — at least until I were in my grave. And sometimes it seemed as if I were already in the grave, with only life...
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The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne

Frank Preston Stearns - 1906 - 463 páginas
...glad and hopeful, and here I have been despondent. And here I sat a long, long time, waiting patiently for the world to know me, and sometimes wondering...know me sooner, or whether it would ever know me at all,—at least, till I were in my grave. And sometimes it seemed as if I were already in the grave,...
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The Heath readers by grades, Livro 1

1907
...eaves in which he sat and wrote. " Here I sat a long, long time," he said later, " waiting patiently for the world to know me, and sometimes wondering...sooner, or whether it would ever know me at all." When he became engaged to be married, he decided that he must look about for other work to do, in order...
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Twice-told Tales

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1915 - 357 páginas
...Lathrop recovered " Alice Doane " from The Tehtn and reprinted it in his complete edition. rhether it would ever know me at all, — at least, till I were in my grave. Ind sometimes it seemed as if I were already in the grave with only life aough to be chilled and benumbed....
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Hawthorne's House of the Seven Gables

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1917 - 386 páginas
...glad and hopeful, and here I have been despondent. And here I sat a long, long time, waiting patiently for the world to know me, and sometimes wondering...with only life enough to be chilled and benumbed. But of tener I was happy, — at least, as happy as I then knew how to be, or was aware of the possibility...
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