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" a man of keen vision, before whom common disguises afforded no concealment. His understanding saw through the hollowness even of accomplished deceivers ; but there was a generous credulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself among us ;... "
Essays - Сторінка 3
автори: Thomas Carlyle - 1883 - 64 стор.
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1785-1824

Charles Wells Moulton - 1910
...feels himself equal to the highest ; yet he claims no rank that none may be disputed to him. . . . e was silent. I will not dissemble the first emotions of joy on quarreling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise dues upon tallow, and gauging ale barrels!...
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Carlyle's Essays on Burns: With Poems and Songs from Burns

Thomas Carlyle - 1912 - 108 стор.
...generous credulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself 15 among us; "a soul like an JEolian harp, in whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed...he for whom the world found no fitter business than quarreling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise-dues upon tallow, and 20 gauging ale-barrels...
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Carlyle's Essays on Burns: With the Cotter's Saturday Night and Other Poems ...

Thomas Carlyle - 1910 - 186 стор.
...generous credulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself among us ; 'a soul like an jEolian harp, in whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed through them, changed itself into articulate 20 melody.' And this was he for whom the world found no fitter business than quarrelling with smugglers...
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Carlyle's Essay on Burns: With Selections from Burn's Poems

Thomas Carlyle - 1896 - 122 стор.
...generous credulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself among us; " jusouj, Jjjke an ^Eolian harp, in, whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed...them,,, changed itself into articulate melody." And tins 5 was he for whom the world found no fitter business than quarrelling with smugglers and vintners,...
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CARLYLE'S ESSAY ON BURNS

WILLARD C. GORE - 1915
...generous credulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself among us; 'a soul like an .SSolian harp, in whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed through them, changed itself into articulate to melody.' And this was he for whom the world found no fitter business than quarrelling with smugglers...
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The Western Monthly Review, Том 3

Timothy Flint - 1830
...generous credulity in his Heart. And so did cur Peasant show himself among us ; " a soul like an /Eolian harp, in whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed...quarrelling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise duties upon tallow, and gnaging alebarrels ! In such toils was that mighty Spirit sorrowfully...
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Burns

Thomas Carlyle - 1898 - 147 стор.
...generous crgdulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself 5 among us; "a soul like an ^Eolian harp, in whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed...was he for whom the world found no fitter business thanxfuarreling with smugglers and vintners, com-. . il pitting excise-dues upon tallow, and gauging...
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The Vassar Miscellany, Том 20

1890
...homage now paid by all to the humble home of the peasant poet without being reminded of Carlyle's words: "And this was he for whom the world found no fitter...quarrelling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise dues upon tallow, and gauging ale-barrels ! In such toils was that mighty spirit sorrowfully...
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