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" ... of a hero. Tears lie in him, and consuming fire; as lightning lurks in the drops of the summer cloud. He has a resonance in his bosom for every note of human feeling; the high and the low, the sad, the ludicrous, the joyful, are welcome in their turns... "
Essays - Сторінка 4
автори: Thomas Carlyle - 1883 - 64 стор.
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Том 48

1828
...trembling pity of a woman, with the deep earnestness, the force and passionate ardour of a hero. Tears lie in him, and consuming fire ; as lightning lurks in...welcome in their turns to his ' lightly-moved and all' conceiving spirit.' And observe with what a prompt and eager force he grasps his subject, be it...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the ..., Томи 1 – 2

Maurice Cross - 1835
...pity, of a woman, with the deep earnestness, the force and passionate ardour, of a hero. Tears lie in him, and consuming fire ; as lightning lurks in the drops of the summer cloud. He lias a resonance in his bosom for every note of human feeling ; (he high and the low, the sad, the...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Том 1

Thomas Carlyle - 1838
...trembling pity of a woman, with the deep earnestness, the force and passionate ardor of a hero. Tears lie in him, and consuming fire ; as lightning lurks in...and all-conceiving spirit.' And observe with what a prompt and eager force he grasps his subject, be it what it may! How he fixes, as it were, the full...
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Critical and miscellaneous essays, collected and republ

Thomas Carlyle - 1840
...trembling pity of a woman, with the deep earnestness, the force and passionate ardour of a hero. Tears lie in him, and consuming fire ; as lightning lurks in...spirit.' And observe with what a fierce prompt force he grasps his subject, be it what it may ! How he fixes, as it were, the full image of the matter in...
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The Works of Robert Burns

Robert Burns - 1840 - 820 стор.
...pity, of a woman, with the deep earnestness, the force and passionate ardour, of the hero. Tears lie consonance, in his bosom, for every note of human feeling ; the high and the low, — the sad and the...
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The Life and Land of Burns

Allan Cunningham - 1841 - 363 стор.
...trembling pity of a woman, with the deep earnestness, the force and passionate ardor of a hero. Tears lie in him, and consuming fire ; as lightning lurks in the drops of a summer cloud. He has a resonance in his bosom for every note of human feeling ; the high and the...
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The Biblical Repository and Classical Review

1842
...sun shone as through a tropical tornado, and the pale shadow of death eclipsed it at noon. Tears lay in him and consuming fire, as lightning lurks in the drops of the summer cloud.' ' Mahomet, though he had faults, (as who has not ?) and though in some respects he had wrong notions,...
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The Biblical repositor (and quarterly observer) [afterw.] The American ...

Edward Robinson - 1842
...sun shone as through a tropical tornado, and the pale shadow of death eclipsed it at noon. Tears lay in him and consuming fire, as lightning lurks in the drops of the summer cloud.' ' Mahomet, though he had faults, (as who has not ?) and though in some respects he had wrong notions,...
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The American Biblical Repository

1842
...sun shone as through a tropical tornado, and the pale shadow of death eclipsed it at noon. Tears lay in him and consuming fire, as lightning lurks in the drops of the summer cloud.' ' Mahomet, though he had faults, (as who has not ?) and though in some respects he had wrong notions,...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Том 1

1865
...change the name, and they might be used, word for word, in an estimate of Giusti : " He has a consonance in his bosom for every note of human feeling ; the high and the low, the sad and the ludicrous, the mournful and the joyful, are welcome in their turns to his all-conceiving spirit....
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