The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Time!

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Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University
Series: New York Weekly v. 53 no. 31 — page 15
Part of: New York Weekly v. LIII, no. 31, May 21, 1898 (Issue)
Date: May 21, 1898
Edition Description:

What is Time? The shadow on the dial-the striking of the clock-the running of the san-day and night-summer and winter-months, years, centuries-these are but arbitrary and outward signs, the measure of Time, not Time itself. Time is the life of the Soul. - Longfellow.

And, looking on it, with lack lustre eye / Says very wisely, it is ten o'clock: / Thus may we see, quoth he, how the world wags. - Shakespeare
First Sentence: There are few questions more frequently put than "What time is it?"

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