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Meg Goes to Vanity Fair

Meg Goes to Vanity Fair"I do think it was the most fortunate thing in the world that those children should have the measles just now," said Meg, one April day, as she stood packing the 'go abr…

John Keats: To Some Ladies

by JohnKeatsCalidoreOn Receiving a Curious Shell, ...To Some Ladies What though while the wonders of nature exploring, I cannot your light, mazy footsteps attend; Nor listen to accents, t…

Anna Hempstead Branch: Grieve not, Ladies

Grieve not, LadiesAnna Hempstead BranchOh, grieve not, Ladies, if at night Ye wake to feel your beauty going. It was a web of frail delight, Inconstant as an April snowing.In other eyes, in …

Christina Rossetti: Cousin Kate

Cousin KateI was a cottage maiden Hardened by sun and air, Contented with my cottage mates, Not mindful I was fair. Why did a great lord find me out, And praise my flaxen hair? Why did a…

The Congress of Women: Introduction

PrefaceOpening AddressIntroduction The Congresses held in the Woman's Building were inaugurated under a resolution unanimously passed by the Board of Lady Managers on September 7, 1891, whi…

Twelfth Night; or, What You Will

Twelfth Night; or, What You Will Sebastian and his sister Viola, a young gentleman and lady of Messaline, were twins, and (which was accounted a great wonder) from their birth they so much res…

John Keats: Specimen of an Induction to a Poem

by JohnKeats"Places of nestling green for ...CalidoreSpecimen of an Induction to a Poem Lo! I must tell a tale of chivalry; For large white plumes are dancing in mine eye. Not like the form…