Daily Archives: February 5, 2016

To Charlotte By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

‘MIDST the noise of merriment and glee, ‘Midst full many a sorrow, many a care, Charlotte, I remember, we remember thee, How, at evening’s hour so fair, Thou a kindly hand didst reach us, When thou, in some happy place … Continue reading

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An Essay on Criticism: Part 1 By Alexander Pope

Si quid novisti rectius istis, Candidus imperti; si non, his utere mecum [If you have come to know any precept more correct than these, share it with me, brilliant one; if not, use these with me] (Horace, Epistle I.6.67) PART … Continue reading

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Irish General Elections 2016 By RTE News

Title: Election 2016 Author: RTE News Full Text & Source: http://www.rte.ie/news/election-2016/ The Internet, Online, 5/2/2016 Sample Text: Home Candidates Constituencies Polls Features Podcasts Top Stories: Sinn Féin accuses opponents of ‘cooking the books’ Taoiseach rules out deal with Michael Lowry … Continue reading

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