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" The man should bear rule in the house, and not the woman.' This is an eternal axiom, the law of nature, which no mortal departs from unpunished. "
The North American Review - Страница 572
1883
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Thomas Carlyle: A History of the First Forty Years of His Life, 1795-1835

James Anthony Froude - 1882 - 495 страници
...connterpleading - an objection which is too likely to overset the whole project. It may be stated in a word : ' The man should bear rule in the house, and not the woman.' This is an eternal axiom, the law of nature, which no mortal departs from unpunished. I have meditated...

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

James Anthony Froude - 1882 - 495 страници
...ing — an objection which is too likely to overset the whole project. It may be stated in a word : ' The man should bear rule in the house, and not the woman? This is an eternal axiom, the law of nature, which no mortal departs from unpunished. I have meditated...

The North American Review, Том 137

1883
...I shall be well and blessed, and the ' latter end of that man will be better than the beginning.'9 And so this great genius, after seven years of failure...unconsciously jealous of the superior social position of his wife, and was resolved to reduce her to the level of his mother and sisters. He made her bake and...

Life of Jane Welsh Carlyle

Annie Elizabeth Nicholson Ireland - 1891 - 329 страници
...undisguisedly, in words which must forever ' overset the whole project.' It may be stated in a word (he wrote). The man should bear rule in the house, and not the woman. This is an eternal axiom, the law of nature which no mortal departs from unpunished. I have meditated...

The Love Letters of Thomas Carlyle and Jane Welsh, Том 2

Thomas Carlyle, Jane Welsh Carlyle - 1908
...establishment. — The grand objection to Miss Welsh's plan would be the presence of her Mother : " The man should bear rule in the house, and not the woman " 258-265 LETTER 160. Miss WELSH — Haddington, 10 April, 1826 Tells Carlyle that her Mother does...

Carlyle and Mill: Mystic and Utilitarian, Том 38

Emery Edward Neff - 1924 - 334 страници
..."Nature is the sure guide in all cases." He consistently took "Nature" as the guide of his own conduct. "The man should bear rule in the house, and not the woman," he wrote Miss Welsh, in justification of his refusal to permit her mother to live in his home after...

James and John Stuart Mill: Father and Son in the Nineteenth Century

Bruce Mazlish - 1988 - 484 страници
...Bentham's or "Mütterleins" in Carlyle's life — and at the same time announce to his future wife, Jane, "The man should bear rule in the house, and not the woman. This is an eternal axiom, the law of nature, which no mortal departs from unpunished. . . . I must...
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The Carlyle Encyclopedia

Mark Cumming - 2004 - 521 страници
...independent older woman under the same roof. On 2 April 1 826 he wrote, starting with a quote from Musaus, that The Man should bear rule in the house and not the Woman. This is an eternal axiom, the Law of Nature h[erself wjhich no mortal departs from unpunished. . ....
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J. Anthony Froude: The Last Undiscovered Great Victorian

Julia Markus - 2007 - 352 страници
...of his talents needed, must have, a dutiful "Wife." Or as Carlyle underscored the concept to Jane: "The Man should bear rule in the house and not the Woman. This is an eternal axiom, the Law of Nature." Carlyle, hardly a sexual sophisticate himself, might...
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British Biography: A Reader

Carl Edmund Rollyson - 2005 - 308 страници
...counter-pleading; an objection which is too likely to overset the whole project. It may be stated in a word: The Man should bear rule in the house and not the Woman. This is an eternal axiom, the Law of Nature h[erself w]hich no mortal departs from unpunished. I have...
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