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    the very outset as to the danger of even reading about kisses and I consider that having done this I have warned my readers against pursuing the subject and forewarned is forearmed or homme averti en vaut deux H F Cary s translation Read on or see all featured texts CURRENT COLLABORATIONS The current Community collaboration is collecting texts related to WikiProject NARA Recent collaborations Tenth Anniversary Contest Disney Domesday survey Niccolò Machiavelli The current Proofread of the Month is Hunger 1899 by Knut Hamsun Recent collaborations Fountains Abbey The Comic English Grammar The Kiss and its History Various Forces of Matter A Voyage in Space Life in Motion The Chemical History of a Candle Moll Flanders Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted 2002 My Climbs in the Alps and Caucasus How to Know the Ferns Myth Ritual and Religion The Aborigines of Victoria and Riverina The current Maintenance of the Month task is Work index revision Recent collaborations Orphans Proposed policies and guidelines Author page connection with Wikidata items Help page improvement Undated works NEW TEXTS Wild Folk 1922 by Samuel Scoville Jr Free as in Freedom 2 0 2010 by Sam Williams revisions by Richard M Stallman Stalky Co 1899 by Rudyard Kipling Philochristus 1878 by Edwin Abbott Abbott The Printer s Devil 1921 by Anon The Hambledon Men 1907 by Edward Verrall Lucas editor Euripides 1879 by John Pentland Mahaffy A partial listing of some new texts add Works added this year HIGHLIGHTS Poetry from ancient and romantic to modern in love and war Texts laws constitutions of many countries Documents from US history including Revolution and Civil War US law Supreme Court decisions government documents presidential addresses General literature modern novels and short stories horror stories children s literature science fiction drama Original encyclopedic popular articles

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  • Wikisource:What is Wikisource? - Wikisource, the free online library
    Source texts previously published by any author Translations of original texts Historical documents of national or international interest Bibliographies of authors whose works are in Wikisource Contributions are not limited to this list of course Some basic criteria for texts excluded from Wikisource are Copyright infringements Original writings by a contributor to the project Mathematical data formulae and tables Source code for computers Statistical source data such as election results These are just the most basic obvious things that are excluded from Wikisource There may of course be other things excluded by policy or convention For more information please see What Wikisource includes Languages and translations edit Wikisource is a multilingual project Texts and translations of texts are welcome in all languages at the appropriate subdomains and at the general wikisource org wiki This English wiki is for Source texts originally in English English translations of source texts in other languages Parallel source with translations into English It is important to link and classify texts and translations so that they will be as accessible as possible to everybody For information on languages and translations please see Wikisource Translations and return Wikisource and other Wikimedia projects edit Wikisource or Wikibooks edit The distinction between these two projects is relatively easy Wiki source focuses on material published elsewhere Wikisource can be viewed as a library of public domain works Wiki books are instructional materials written by the contributors themselves e g study guides classroom textbooks and annotated texts for classroom use The area of annotations to source texts is a gray area with some legitimate overlap between Wikisource and Wikibooks For guidelines on this see the information pages on the topic at both projects Wikisource Annotations Wikibooks Annotated texts Wikisource or Wikipedia edit While Wikipedia is an encyclopedia Wikisource is a library Wikipedia contains articles about books while Wikisource includes the book itself To some extent both may include bibliographical material about the author Protecting pages edit The wiki pages on most Wikimedia projects are designed to evolve forever Typical examples are Wikipedia articles or Wikibooks study guides By contrast Wikisource is a library of static texts that have already been published elsewhere In many or most cases these texts are not meant to change and evolve and it would deeply hurt their integrity if they did Therefore Wikisource has adopted a policy of noting text quality and protecting pages from editing once they are thought to be correctly formatted and error free Comments about needed changes or corrections can always be made on the talk page and if necessary the page can be unprotected In this way Wikisource is more similar to Wikinews which protects the pages in its news archives for historical integrity For more information please see Wikisource Protection policy NPOV edit Shortcut WS NPOV WS POV WS Neutral WS Neutrality See also meta Neutral point of view N eutral P oint o f V iew NPOV is a major policy followed by most but not all projects in

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  • Statistics - Wikisource, the free online library
    list of members 3 Stewards list of members 0 Account creators list of members 0 Importers list of members 0 Transwiki importers list of members 1 IP block exemptions list of members 0 Oversighters list of members 0 Autopatrollers list of members 414 Bot users list of members 1 Abuse filter editors list of members 8 Suppressors list of members 0 Flow bots list of members 1 Check users list

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  • Wikisource:Index - Wikisource, the free online library
    community and information Link Description About Index of general information about Wikisource Community Pages related to the community of users including discussion pages user lists and request and proposal pages Essays Index of advice and opinion essays regarding Wikisource Help pages Documentation and help Policies and guidelines Index of the policies and guidelines Purchases Help page for buying books online specifically for Wikisource Sources Index of public domain sources Wikidata About the sister project how to make interwiki links and access the data Scripts and special pages Link Description Tools and scripts Tools and scripts that enhance simplify or add functionality to various aspects of Wikisource Transwiki A process by which content from other Wikimedia projects are imported to Wikisource Special pages Special utility pages created and maintained by the software Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Wikisource Index oldid 6104658 Category Wikisource index pages Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Project page Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription Help Donate Tools What links here Related

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  • Wikisource:Community portal - Wikisource, the free online library
    account guidelines Red link guidelines Portal guidelines See the index edit view Essays Wikisource essays Author names DjVu vs PDF Handwriting Namespace usage proposal Portal classification system adaptation Serial works User essays Categorization and URL hierarchies See the index edit view Communication Mailing list wikisource l wikitech l Chat wikisource on the freenode IRC network edit view Proofreading statistics Page Status Count Without text 101 632 Not proofread 518 691 Problematic 23 329 Proofread 361 454 Validated 243 941 This table shows the total numbers of pages currently in the five categories of the Page namespace See all statistics edit view Improve and maintain Validate An introduction to physiological and systematical botany 1st edition djvu Tales of the Jazz Age djvu Book of Ighan 1915 djvu more Proofread François Millet djvu Twelve Years in a Monastery 1897 djvu A voyage to Abyssinia Salt djvu more Match and split Critique of Pure Reason 1855 Meiklejohn tr djvu ICD 10 CM 2010 djvu Paradise Lost 1667 djvu more Add images Discoveries in Australia Volume 2 Charts On the Psychology and Pathology of So Called Occult Phenomena Discourse Concerning the Natation of Bodies more Add tables The Economic Journal Volume 1 djvu 766 Canada Gazette June December 1868 djvu 421 Canada Gazette June December 1868 djvu 218 more Split into different works United States Cuban Agreements and Treaty of 1934 The German Surrender Documents of World War II Better Eyesight Magazine July 1919 more Split into sections Life and Adventures of Santa Claus David Irving v Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt V David Irving v Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt XIII more Move sections to subpages In War Time Whittier Birds of Passage Collection Maintenance tags more See all maintenance activities edit view Projects The current Community collaboration is collecting texts related to

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  • Wikisource:News - Wikisource, the free online library
    2016 issue Add to your watchlist Add to your watchlist Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Wikisource News oldid 6049669 Category Wikisource News Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Project page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription

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  • Wikisource:Sandbox - Wikisource, the free online library
    tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Project page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription Help Donate Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Download print Create a book Download as PDF Printable version In other languages العربية

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  • The Kiss and its History - Wikisource, the free online library
    the appended initials W F H Inner Temple London 2 nd August 1901 AUTHOR S PREFACE Wenn ich nur selber wüsste Was mir in die Seele zischt Die Worte und die Küsse Sind wunderbar vermischt Oh could I but decipher What tis that fills my mind The words are with the kisses So wond rously combined Heine Dante in the fifth canto of his Hell has celebrated the power a kiss may have over human beings In the course of his wanderings in the nether world when he has reached the spot where abide those who have sinned through love he sees two souls that flutter so lightly in the wind These are Francesco da Rimini and her brother in law Paolo He asks Francesco to tell him In the time of your sweet sighs By what and how love granted that ye knew Your yet uncertain wishes Whereto she replies One day For our delight we read of Lancelot How him love thrall d Alone we were and no Suspicion near us Ofttimes by that reading Our eyes were drawn together and the hue Fled from our alter d cheek But at one point Alone we fell When of that smile we read The wished smile so rapturously kissed By one so deep in love then he who ne er From me shall separate at once my lips All trembling kiss d The book and writer both Were love s purveyors In its leaves that day We read no more 1 I have had a special object in prefacing my studies on the history of kissing with these famous verses for I regarded it in the light of a duty to caution my readers emphatically and at the very outset as to the danger of even reading about kisses

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