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“A volume of his critical essays, Argument and Song, will be published by Other Press/Handsel Books in the fall of 2003.”
“OK, and one little shirt. skipped school before: yes. fallen asleep in the shower/bath: No, not recently. been in a school play: I was in the chorus of Handsel and Gretel when I was in elementary school because I sang like a eunich.”
“In the rural districts _Auld Handsel Monday_ -- that is, the first Monday after the twelfth of the month -- is kept in preference.”
“In Scotland the first Monday is kept as a great holiday among servants and children, to whom _Handsel Monday_, as it is called, is analogous to _Boxing Day_ in England, when all expect some little present in token of affection, or in recognition of services rendered during the past year.”
“_Hansel_, _Handsel_, to use a new thing for the first time.”
“No wedding dance, no Handsel Monday ball, would have been esteemed complete without it; and I have seen it performed at both, less than forty years ago.”
“Handsel Monday which is the Whit Monday of country servants, and the family gathering of the peasantry in Scotland.”
“But the girls must be broken from their home dainties by degrees, and Jenny and Menie must have "cakes" to carry to their homes on their Handsel Monday.”
“Handsel, he received directions to superintend a party of men in refitting the rigging.”
“Lieutenant Handsel at once took the command, making his clear voice, as he issued his orders, heard amid the wild din of battle.”
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