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Ay , and I'll give them him without a fee . Nerissa . And pardon me , my gentle Gratiano ; For that same scrubbed boy , the doctor's clerk , Did give me this . Portia . You are all amazed : Here is a letter ; read it at your leisure ...
Give us Bill . Why didn't you give ' em in charge ? Albert . What about the ruby , Bill ? The Toff . Certainly . ( He gives them a Bill . Ah ! ruby from his waistcoat pocket ; it is the size Albert . Well , I did better than that .
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This is a textbook. "LITERATURE FOR PHILIPPINE HIGH SCHOOLS (Third Year) by Carolyn E Fosdick and Trinidad Tarrosa-Subido had been used by third year students in high schools, both public and private, throughout the Philippines from 1955 to 1965, as authorized by the DepEd Secretary. I was one among those 3rd-year students who used this as a high school textbook in our subject Literature under the instructions of our teacher Miss Obdulla Monzon in Cavite High School in the year 1959 to 1960. It consists of Prose and Poetry, with writings of "Anonymous" author of Beowulf, Geoffrey Chaucer, Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Gray, Robert Frost, Robert Burns, Thomas Carlyle, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Emily Dickinson, Rudyard Kipling, William Shakespeare, Guy de Maupassant, Dante Alighieri, Carl Sandburg, Walt Whitman, John Milton, John Keats, Lord Byron, Edgar Allan Poe, Washington Irving, William Wordsworth, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Alfred Lord Tennyson, James Russell Lowell, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Robert Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Pura Santillan Castrence, I.V. Mallari, Francisco B Icasiano, Jose Garcia Villa, N.V.M. Gonzalez, et al. This is an awesome and interesting book. I recommend this to many readers.
By Edgardo Valentino D. Olaes
The Beginnings of English Literature
THE SHORT STORY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
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