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- 1909, Jack London, Martin Eden, Chapter 7:
- Poetry, however, was his solace, and he read much of it, finding his greatest joy in the simpler poets, who were more understandable.
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- 1909, Jack London, Martin Eden, Chapter 8:
- “There is Mr. Butler,” she said one afternoon, when grammar and arithmetic and poetry had been put aside.