|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Lesser Bourgeoisie by Honore de Balzac:
literary success,--this time by the entrance of Josephine the cook.
"Can monsieur tell me where to find the key of the great trunk?" she
"What do you want with it?" asked Thuillier.
"Mademoiselle told me to take it to her room."
"Mademoiselle must be going to make a journey. She is getting her
linen out of the drawers, and her gowns are on the bed."
"Another piece of nonsense!" said Thuillier. "Flavie, go and see what
she has in her head."
"Not I," said Madame Colleville; "go yourself. In her present state of
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Misalliance by George Bernard Shaw:
out: thats all.
LORD SUMMERHAYS. _[suavely, to Gunner]_ You read a great deal, you
GUNNER. Ive read more than any man in this room, if the truth were
known, I expect. Thats whats going to smash up your Capitalism. The
problems are beginning to read. Ha! We're free to do that here in
England. What would you do with me in Jinghiskahn if you had me
LORD SUMMERHAYS. Well, since you ask me so directly, I'll tell you.
I should take advantage of the fact that you have neither sense enough
nor strength enough to know how to behave yourself in a difficulty of