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" For surely nothing can so much disturb the passions or perplex the intellects of man as the disruption of his union with visible nature; a separation from all that has hitherto delighted or engaged him; a change, not only of the place, but the manner... "
Works - Сторінка 61
автори: Samuel Johnson - 1811
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Loving Dr. Johnson

Helen Deutsch - 2005 - 322 стор.
...hitherto delighted or engaged him; a change not only of the place, but the manner of his being; an entrance into a state not simply which he knows not,...alarming, the final sentence, and unalterable allotment. 47 His fear of an end, one of the most enduring topoi of Johnsonian studies, is denied and propelled...
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Loving Dr. Johnson

Helen Deutsch - 2005 - 322 стор.
...hitherto delighted or engaged him; a change not only of the place, but the manner of his being; an entrance into a state not simply which he knows not,...and alarming, the final sentence, and unalterable allotment.47 His fear of an end, one of the most enduring topoi of Johnsonian studies, is denied and...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: The Rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1825
...knows not, but which perhaps he has not faculties to know ; an immediate and perceptible commanication with the supreme Being, and, what is above all distressful...occasions of contemplating mortality, can, without emotion, see generations of men pass away, and are at leisure to establish modes of sorrow, and adjust...
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The Universal Magazine, Том 34

1764
...not only of the place, but the manner of his being ; an entrance into a ftate, not fimply unknown, but which perhaps he has not faculties to know, an...communication with the Supreme Being, and, what is above all diftrelsful and alarming, the final fentence, and unalterable allotin ent. Yet we, whom the fbortneft...
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