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- n.pl. Selections from or parts of a literary work or group of works. Often used as a title.
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- n. A collection of excerpts or quotes.
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- n.pl. A collection of literary fragments.
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- n. a collection of excerpts from a literary work
A religous sect that hold the analects of PNB as the literal truth & word of Dog.
And even these are not allowed to pall upon the mental palate, being mingled with anecdotes and short tales, such as the Hermits (iii. 125), with biographical or literary episodes, acroamata, table-talk and analects where humorous Rabelaisian anecdote finds a place; in fact the fabliau or novella.
The Histories and historical anecdotes, analects, and acroamata, in which the names, when not used achronistically by the editor or copier, give unerring data for the earliest date à quo and which, by the mode of treatment, suggest the latest.
These are the opening lines of the analects of Confucius.
Hara could close his eyes and picture the old man, white-haired and erect as he sat reciting analects of Confucious before the family altar, which housed the tablets of his ancestors and his lord.
The sayings of Confucius analects, I believe they are really.
'I think I'll have a pee,' said Boyer, 'but remember what I say about the analects.
The following are extracts from the analects of Confucius: --
Masabumi lectured on the analects and Urabe Kanetomo expounded the standard literature of the East.
So far as anybody could see, he led as moral a life as a Chinaman can endure comfortably; he was good to his family, good to himself, he was sober, he would overreach a Spaniard when he could, but when he had given his word he kept it; he burned incense before joss, he read the analects of Kung Foo Too and Mang