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Tips for Writers

Tip for Writers We thought we would get some tips for writers up here to make them easier to find. Over the years EWR has written many articles helping...
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Of Beauty by Francis Bacon

Of Beauty  by Francis Bacon VIRTUE is like a rich stone, best plain set; and surely virtue is best, in a body that is comely, though not of delicate...
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Printing and Printers by Oscar Wilde

Printing and Printers by Oscar Wilde (Pall Mall Gazette, November 16, 1888.) Nothing could have been better than Mr. Emery Walker’s lecture on Letterpress Printing and Illustration, delivered last...
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Home-made Music Walt Whitman

  August 8th.—To-night, as I was trying to keep cool, sitting by a wounded soldier in Armory-square, I was attracted by some pleasant singing in an adjoining ward. As...
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Liberty Attained by Fredrick Douglass

Liberty Attained  by Fredrick Douglass   TRANSITION FROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM—A WANDERER IN NEW YORK—FEELINGS ON REACHING THAT CITY—AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE MET—UNFAVORABLE IMPRESSIONS—LONELINESS AND INSECURITY—APOLOGY FOR SLAVES WHO RETURN...
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Of Truth by Francis Bacon

Of Truth  by Francis Bacon What is truth? said jesting Pilate, and would not stay for an answer. Certainly there be, that delight in giddiness, and count it a...
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