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1  Now and again we come to churches.
The Souls of Black Folk By W. E. B. Du Bois
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2  And as I crossed, I seemed to see again that fierce tragedy of seventy years ago.
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3  And here again the peculiar conditions of the South have prevented proper precautions.
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4  Cheerily the mother nursed him the first days, and laughed into the little eyes that smiled again.
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5  Here again the hope for the future depended peculiarly on careful and delicate dealing with these criminals.
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6  The government and benevolent societies furnished the means of cultivation, and the Negro turned again slowly to work.
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7  Such souls aforetime have inspired and guided worlds, and if we be not wholly bewitched by our Rhinegold, they shall again.
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8  But the point I have insisted upon and now emphasize again, is that the best opinion of the South to-day is not the ruling opinion.
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9  The story reminded me again of the Burkes, and an impatience seized me to know who won in the battle, Doc or the seventy-five acres.
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10  Some half-hearted steps were taken to accomplish this, in part, by putting the whole matter again in charge of the special Treasury agents.
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11  Here and there lay straggling, unlovely villages, and lean men loafed leisurely at the depots; then again came the stretch of pines and clay.
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12  Evidently, Congress must soon legislate again on the hastily organized Bureau, which had so quickly grown into wide significance and vast possibilities.
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13  The former masters of the land were peremptorily ordered about, seized, and imprisoned, and punished over and again, with scant courtesy from army officers.
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14  And now what I have briefly sketched in large outline let me on coming pages tell again in many ways, with loving emphasis and deeper detail, that men may listen to the striving in the souls of black folk.
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15  As I lingered there in the joy and pain of meeting old school-friends, there swept over me a sudden longing to pass again beyond the blue hill, and to see the homes and the school of other days, and to learn how life had gone with my school-children; and I went.
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16  She fled like a shadow, paused, startled over the first apple, but even as he stretched his hand, fled again; hovered over the second, then, slipping from his hot grasp, flew over river, vale, and hill; but as she lingered over the third, his arms fell round her, and looking on each other, the blazing passion of their love profaned the sanctuary of Love, and they were cursed.
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17  Slowly but surely his eyes begin to catch the shadows of the color-line: here he meets crowds of Negroes and whites; then he is suddenly aware that he cannot discover a single dark face; or again at the close of a day's wandering he may find himself in some strange assembly, where all faces are tinged brown or black, and where he has the vague, uncomfortable feeling of the stranger.
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