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Rev. James Wood - 1893 - 658 pages
|Sentiment is intellectualised emotion ; emotion precipitated, as it were, in pretty |
crystals by the fancy. Lowell. Sentiment is the ripened fruit of fantasy. Mm*.
Delazy. Sentimental literature, concerned with the analysis and description of
|Beecher, Henry Ward Sentiment is the ripened fruit of fantasy. - Belazy, Madame |
Nevertheless, the consuming hunger of the uncritical mind for what it imagines to
be certainty or finality impels it to feast upon shadows in the prevailing famine of ...
|Sentiment is the ripened fruit of fantasy. Mme. Delazy. A' complain o' want o' siller |
; nane o' want o' sense. Scottish Proverb. The barrenest of all mortals is the
sentimentalist. Caulyle. The mind is always the dupe of the heart. La
|... human document, we have instead the sentiment of place, a sincere and deep |
reading of landscape character that is more rare, perhaps, than the sentiment of
humanity. ... Thoma, like Klinger, is given to fantasy, though of a simple kind,
recalling that of Grimm's fairy tales. ... ripe fruit of the autumn, the newly planted
farm-lands, the hilly banks of the rivers and the cool brilliant skies, with a
Denise Little - 2006 - 320 pages
|The rest of the sentiment went unsaid as Hera shook her head. She had ... the |
feasts of long ago, tables piled high with pork and mutton and venison, great
platters of roast pheasant and goose, and all the fruits of the land ripe for the
|... practice my Utopist fantasies will every time bring forth a cultivated, pastoral |
nature, with ripe fruit dropping from every bough, and not a giant wild tree in sight
. ... But his reply, when he delivered it, was sentimental as a cheap romance
Tamar Heller, Patricia Moran - 2012 - 267 pages
|At the turn of the century, the Victoria Fruit Company of Riverside, California, |
could equate Victoria's head with their ... On their label, Victoria's round rosy
head, wrapped in royal veil, resembles their perfectly round, perfectly ripe,
wrapped fruit. ... Turning the tables on the sentiment from Blackwood's that
Victoria, the Imperial Mother, has no peer, the Black Queen tells ... To inspire
fantasies of eating and ...
|The BBC's very popular 'Fred Hartley's Novelty Quintet', which began in 1931, |
would thus play sentimental songs of the day like 'Little Man You've had a Busy
Day', 'well-loved' ballads like "The Rosary', but also the 'ripened fruits of Chopin's
|The Dwarf Napoleon HITLER, OCTOBER 1939 Behold, by Maya's fantasy of will |
A violent miracle takes sudden birth, The real grows one with the incredible. ... A
little limited visionary brain Cunning and skilful in its narrow vein, A sentimental
egoist poor and rough, Whose heart ... Now is the world for his eating a ripe fruit.
|In the present essay, however, we do not propose to indulge in any Utopian |
fantasies, nor even to predict the shape of things to come in the nearer future. ...
Industry and agriculture, town and village, and technology even more, are the
ripe fruit of the human spirit. ... What will be the fate of the children of these vast
cities, who no longer sufi'er from the sentimental inhibitions of their parents who
look back ...