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I read and reread her letter, on the chance that some slip of the pen might furnish the clew which I had failed to find in any other way.
He was laughing to himself as he reread the biography of the late Comte da Fontaine, dead a few months earlier, which he had hastily substituted for that of La Billardiere, when his eyes were dazzled by the name of Baudoyer.
Of late in Moscow and in the country, since he had become convinced that he would find no solution in the materialists, he had read and reread thoroughly Plato, Spinoza, Kant, Schelling, Hegel, and Schopenhauer, the philosophers who gave a non-materialistic explanation of life.
I read and reread her letter, and some softened feelings stole into my heart and dared to whisper paradisiacal dreams of love and joy; but the apple was already eaten, and the angel's arm bared to drive me from all hope.
Next on the pile is a reread of The Devil's Punchbowl by Greg Iles.
And John Irving has remarked, "When I love a novel I've read, I want to reread it--in part to see how it was constructed.
Practical Classics: 50 Reasons to Reread 50 Books You Haven't Touched Since High School talks about rereading the classics, either for the first time or for the first time since high school, and is a fine guide for any adult reader who would return to the classics with a different perspective in mind.
The Network called upon the EU governments to reread the Syrian events according to the plan of the UN envoy to Syria, Kofi Annan, the UN resolutions and human rights.
As Doueihi sees it, Spinoza, like Augustine, rejects the validity of any Old Testament revelation and calls for a rereading: however, Spinoza thinks that we must reread man in the light of nature rather than in the light of grace, and for this reason he advocates a polity that is free from religious authority.
We are to consult experts, inquire citizens, we are to hear the already heard speeches of politicians, and we are to reread the historians.
I reread it every couple of years, usually during a thunderstorm I don't plan on the storm; it just seems to happen that way.
I thought I'd share this book title with your readers as I rushed to the library to reread the book.
While struggling to answer such questions and deal with such animosity, I reread an often neglected speech King delivered in 1967, in which he justified his opposition to the Vietnam War.
Quality hardcover binding and an inset ribbon bookmark contribute to the practicality and durability of this edition, which is mean to be read, reread, and contemplated at length.