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Chris, you can't be in here. If they catch you, we're both gonna be in big trouble. :
Oh, but it's fine. :
Shh, sh, Chris. :
Oh, but it's fine for you to come barging into my school and make a complete fool out of me? :
I didn't mean to make a fool out of you. :
Well, you did; Chet found out, and it took everything I could do to keep him from coming out here and killing you.

Knox, you have got to stop this stuff! :
I can't, Chris; I love you. :
Knox, you say that over and over; you don't - you don't even know me! ]
Will you be joining us, Mr. Overstreet? :
Go ahead, Captain, I'll walk. :
Knox, Knox, it just so happens that I could care less about you. :
Then you wouldn't be here warning me about Chet. :
I have to go; I'll be late for the play. :
Are you going with him? ]
Chet, to a play?

Are you kidding? :
Then come with me. :
Knox, you are so infuriating! :
Come on, Chris, just give me one chance. If you don't like me after tonight, I'll stay away forever. :
Uh huh. :
I promise: Dead Poets' Honor. You come with me tonight, and then, if you don't want to see me again, I swear, I'll bow out. :
You know what would happen if Chet found out? :
He won't know anything.

We'll sit in the back and sneak away as soon as it's over. :
And I suppose you would promise that this would be the end of it. :
Dead Poets' Honor. :
What is that? :
My word.
from of the endless trains of the faithless--of cities filled with the foolish; what good amid these, O me, O life? ' Answer. That you are here--that life exists, and identity; that the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse.

That the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse. What will your verse be? " from "Dead Poets Society" Walt Whitman, the old master and son of Manhattan, pictured in approximately 1862. the above comes from the poem "O Me! O Life! " from Whitman's Leaves of Grass

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