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Title : Cleopatra, being an account of the fall and vengeance of Harmachis, the royal Egyptian, as set forth by his own hand. Authors : Haggard, H. Rider Henry Rider , Publisher : London, Longmans, Green. Contributing Library : Robarts - University of Toronto. Digitizing Sponsor : University of Toronto. I hada bet upon him for the games! I have backed him againstCaius, and now hell never fight again, and I must lose mymoney, all through this astrologer.
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For he wassent on service and slain in Cypr. Title : Studio international. Subjects : Art Decoration and ornament. Van Dyk in writingof the advance of his nation in art says : Besides the painters who reside in theUnited States, there is a large contingentof American residents abroad who perhaps belongto the American school as much as to any other. These painters do not, however, represent the landto the extent usually assumed by Europeans.
Indeed, it is questionable if they represent Americain any way.
James McNeill Whistler, thoughAmerican born, is an example of the modern manwithout a country. No nation can claim him asan artist, because he seems to have no nationality. Abbey, John S. Sargent, Mark Fisher, andJ. Shannon are Americans only by birth. Vetin the work of all these men is to be found anoriginality of thought and a freshness of visionwhich one is inclined to believe are the outcomeof the national temperament grafted on to a quickapprehension, which lends itself easily to foreign influence a.
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