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X Ing A Paragrab

Auhtor: Edgar Allan Poe

Language: english
Published: 1849

Genres:

fiction,  short stories
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Review by Michael Gallagher, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'X Ing A Paragrab':

... a Paragrab As it is well known that the 'wise men' came 'from the East,' and as Mr. Touch-and-go Bullet-head came from the East, it follows that ...
... quietly grown fat in editing and publishing the 'Alexander-the-Great-o-nopolis Gazette.' It was solely, therefore, on account of having been misinformed, ...
... this was the name of the new paper. The leading article, I must admit, was brilliant-not to say severe. It was especially bitter about things in ...
... gathered at the corners of the streets. Every one awaited, with heartfelt anxiety, the reply of the dignified Smith. Next morning it appeared ...
... of Mr. Bullet-head at these scandalous insinuations, I shall not attempt to describe. On the eel-skinning principle, however, he did not seem to ...
... of any Mr. Smith in Christendom. Perish so vile a thought! The O forever He would persist in the O. He would be as O-wy as O-wy could be. Burning ...
... will take an opportunity in tomorrow morning's paper, of convincing him (the Gazette) that he (the Tea-Pot) both can and will be his own master, ...
... mother know you're out? Oh, no, no!-so go home at once, now, John, to your odious old woods of Concord! Go home to your woods, old owl-go! You won't! ...
... nor bow-wow-wow! Good Lord, John, how you do look! Told you so, you know-but stop rolling your goose of an old poll about so, and go and drown your ...
... paint his astonishment and rage at perceiving, as he rubbed his knuckles, that he had been only thumping them to no purpose, against the bottom of ...
... capital-O partition, he found that to his extreme terror, in a precisely similar predicament. Awe-stricken, his first impulse was to rush to the foreman. 'Sir!' ...
... that ere paragrab? Mus go in to-night, you know-else there'll be the d-l to pay, and-' 'And not a bit of pitch hot,' interrupted the foreman, with ...
... I's to gouge out all their eyes, eh? and d-n all their gizzards! Vell! this here's the chap as is just able for to do it.' The fact is that although ...
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... Xh, Jxhn, Jxhn, Jxhn, if yxu dxn't gx yxu're nx hxmx-nx! Yxu're xnly a fxwl, an xwl a cxw, a sxw a dxll, a pxll a pxxr xld gxxd-fxr-nxthing-tx-nxbxdy, ...
... behind it, by way of sediment, quite a medley of opinion about this unhappy affair. One gentleman thought the whole an X-ellent joke. Another said that, ...
... his having 'X-ed the paragrab'), did not meet with so much attention as I think it deserved, although it was very openly and very fearlessly expressed. ...
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