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Geographical and Industrial Studies: The New Europe
Nellie Burnham Allen
Náhled není k dispozici. - 2016
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Strana 1 - And thus an airy point he won, Where, gleaming with the setting sun, One burnished sheet of living gold, Loch Katrine lay beneath him rolled. The
Strana 220 - you please to call them — on the first floor. The Turks sit cross-legged in them and work, and smoke long pipes, and smell like — like Turks. That covers the ground. Crowding the narrow streets in front of them are beggars, who beg forever, yet never collect anything;
Strana 181 - No man lives north of me; To the east are wild mountain chains And beyond them meres and plains; To the westward all is sea.
Strana 57 - Full twenty years and more are past Since I left Brummagem; But I set out for home at last, To good old Brummagem. But every place is altered so, There's hardly a single place I know; And it fills my heart with grief and woe, For I can't find Brummagem. I remember one John Growse, A buckle-maker in Brummagem. He built himself a country house,
Strana 57 - To be out of the smoke of Brummagem. But though John's country house stands still, The town itself has walked uphill,' Now he lives beside a smoky mill, In the
Strana 223 - far provinces — and the only solitary thing one does not smell when he is in the Great Bazaar is something which
Strana 220 - Turks. That covers the ground. Crowding the narrow streets in front of them are beggars, who beg forever, yet never collect anything;
Strana 220 - yelling peddlers, porters, dervishes, high-born Turkish female shoppers, Greeks, and weird-looking and weirdly dressed Mohammedans from the mountains and