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Philip Koch - 1994 - 375 pages
|Is it possible to articulate exactly what it is that makes solitude different? ... |
exclamation Then stirs the feeling infinite, so felt In solitude, where we are least
alone;5 and you can read the same sentiment in Petrarch, who objects that St.
Bernard G. Beatty, Vincent Newey - 1988 - 291 pages
|Then stirs the feeling infinite, so felt In solitude, where we are least alone; A truth, |
which through our being then doth melt And purifies from self: it is a tone . . . . . .
which makes known Eternal harmony . . . This seems to me a lot more impressive
|4 This is to be alone; this, this is solitude! Byron— Childe Harold. Canto II. St. 26. |
5 In solitude, when we are least alone. Byron— Childe Harold. Canto III. St. 90. (
See also Cicero) 6 Among them, but not of them. Byron— Childe Harold. Canto III
1896 - 1178 pages
|He makes a solitude, and calls it — peace ! g. Byron — Tlie Bride of Abydos. |
Canto H. St . 20. Herself the solitary scion left Of a time-honour' d race. ft. Byron—
The Dream. St. 2. In solitude, when we are least alone. ». Byron— Childe Harold.
1917 - 2000 pages
|The secret of solitude is that there is no solitude. — Joseph Cook. Then never |
less alone than when alone. — Samuel Rogers. Pew are the faults we flatter
when alone. — Young. Among them, but not of them. — Byron. Remote,
Tryon Edwards - 1908 - 644 pages
|SOLITUDE. bless ; this is to be alone ; Ibis, this is solitude. — Byron. Those are |
never alone who are accompanied by noble thoughts. — Sir P. Sidney. ... In the
world wo are sure to be often reminded of every known or supposed defect we
may have. — Byron. Through the ... In solitude, where we are least alone. —
|Conversation enriches the understanding, but solitude is the school of genius. — |
Gibbon. In solitude, when we are least alone. — Byron. Through the wide world
he only is alone who lives not for another. — Rogers. There is no such thing as ...
|Men must be taken as they are, and we neither make them or ourselves better by |
flying from or quarrelling with them. — Burke". In solitude, where we are least
alone. — Byron. The love of solitude, when cultivated in the mom of life, elevates
1886 - 899 pages
|394 SOCIETY. SOLITUDE. Society is like я large piece of frozen water; and |
skating well is the great art of social life. a. LETETIA ELIZABETH L ANDÓN.
Solitnde ... In solitude, when we are least alone. o. ÜYBON- Childe Harold. Canto
III. St. 90.
|SOLITUDE. All heaven and earth are still, — though not in sleep, But breathless, |
as we grow when feeling most: And silent ... too deep ; — All heaven and earth
are still ; Then stirs the feeling infinite, so felt In solitude, where we are least alone