As a matter of fact, "Thus Spake Zarathustra", though it is unquestionably Nietzsche's opus magnum, is by no means the first of Nietzsche's works
that the beginner ought to undertake to read.
Hesiod's father (whose name, by a perversion of "Works
Everything was placed under a complete system of discipline, and the works
were commenced in most perfect order.
The fertilizer works
of Durham's lay away from the rest of the plant.
* The Second Revolt was largely the work
of Ernest Everhard, though he cooperated, of course, with the European leaders.
Browning, among English poets, second to Shakespeare alone--"He comes very near the gigantic total of  Shakespeare." The quantity of his work
Then he cut his leather out, all ready to make up the next day, meaning to rise early in the morning to his work
. His conscience was clear and his heart light amidst all his troubles; so he went peaceably to bed, left all his cares to Heaven, and soon fell asleep.
"Any kind of work
, no trade," he told the agent; and was interrupted by a new-comer, dressed rather foppishly, as some workingmen dress who have instincts for finer things.
We shall understand how they work
, by supposing masons first to pile up a broad ridge of cement, and then to begin cutting it away equally on both sides near the ground, till a smooth, very thin wall is left in the middle; the masons always piling up the cut-away cement, and adding fresh cement, on the summit of the ridge.
Nor would her employer consent to let her work
by the piece, at which the dear child might have earned at least thirty sous, for she discovered that she had to deal with a person of conscience, and that in no mode could as much be possibly extracted from the assistant, as by confiding to her own honor.
He was a good chief at first, and worked
hard, so that the council had less and less to do.
In the very heat of the day the mowing did not seem such hard work