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" I know you •will read it with attention and pleasure. It contains nothing that I know of but truth of fact and sentiment ; and I have always found that the honest truth of one mind had a certain attraction in it for every other mind that loved truth... "
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Thomas Carlyle: A History of the First Forty Years of His Life, 1795-1835, Том 1

James Anthony Froude - 1882 - 495 страници
...corrective for the coarse unruly selfishness of man's nature. I know you will read the ' Schiller' with attention and pleasure. It contains nothing that...of my doctrine was the satisfaction you took in it. The ' Schiller ' was as welcome at Mainhill as ' Meister ' had been, but I have anticipated the completion...

Thomas Carlyle: A History of the First Forty Years of ..., Брой 25, Том 1

James Anthony Froude - 1882
...corrective for the coarse unruly selfishness of man's nature. I know you will read the ' Schiller' with attention and pleasure. It contains nothing that...of my doctrine was the satisfaction you took in it. The ' Schiller ' was as welcome at Mainhill as ' Meister ' had been, but I have anticipated the completion...

Thomas Carlyle: A History of the First Forty Years of Life, 1795-1835, Том 1

James Anthony Froude - 1882 - 298 страници
...honestly. Various quacks, for instance, have exclaimed against the imnu.rality of ' Meister ; ' and tiie person whom it delighted above all others of my acquaintance...of my doctrine was the satisfaction you took in it. The ' Schiller ' was as weleome at Mainhill as ' Meister ' had been, but I have anticipated the completion...

Early Letters of Thomas Carlyle, Том 2

Thomas Carlyle - 1886 - 363 страници
...23 SOUTHAMPTON STREET, PENTONYILLE, 3lrf January 1825. . . . The Life of Schiller is now fairly out of my hands ; the Booksellers engage to show it on...mother, expressed in the language and similitudes that my situation suggests ? So you must like it.1 CLVIII. — To ALEXANDER CARLYLE, Mainhill. PENTONVILLE,...

Early Letters of Thomas Carlyle, Том 1

Thomas Carlyle - 1886 - 363 страници
...Doom. On the whole, it will make a reputable sort of book ; somewhat larger than a volume of Meisier, with a portrait, etc. : I have not put my name to...mother, expressed in the language and similitudes that my situation suggests ? So you must like it.1 CLVIII. — To ALEXANDER CARLYLE, Mainhill. PENTONVILLE,...

Early Letters of Thomas Carlyle, Том 2

Thomas Carlyle - 1886 - 363 страници
...attention and pleasure. It contains nothing 1 Part of the rest of this letter is in Froude's Life, i. 292. that I know of but truth of fact and sentiment; and...mother, expressed in the language and similitudes that my situation suggests ? So you must like it. 1 CLVIII.—To ALEXANDER CARLYLE, Mainhill. PENTONVILLE,...

The Collected Writings of Thomas De Quincey, Том 11

Thomas De Quincey - 1897
...the " immorality of Meister ; and the person whom it delighted above all " others of my acquaintances was Mrs. Strachey, exactly the most " religious, pure, and true-minded person among the whole number." All this notwithstanding, and though Carlyle naturally retained through his whole life an affection...




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