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|appear, on earth or elsewhere, man would use every means at his disposal to |
destroy it. 1EAN BAUDRILLARD (b. ... 10 There is no doubt: the study of man is
just beginning, at the same time that his end is in sight. ELIAS CANETTI (b. 1 90S
|He had spent most of his time in country sports, and the only attempt at industry |
which he seems to have made was to ... to coarse than to refined society, and
quite as inclined to loose habits as other young men of his age and of his time. ...
Nor was it the mere manual dexterity which his employment demanded which
satisfied his spirit, although there can be no doubt ... He was just beginning to
study comparative anatomy in the same way in which he worked at human
anatomy when a ...
|The doctrine of limitation may seem, at first sight, no doubt, to repudiate the |
principle of progression. ... that there is a necessary restraint imposed upon the
writer if his interpolations of foreign words are to be made with a just nicety. ... At
the same time Mr. Robinson does not lose sight of the necessity for the
expression of individuality. He rightly regards study simply as the means to an
end whereby the artist's individuality "will be accentuated by his increased power
of expressing it." Yet ...
|There is perhaps no fact connected with our art so remarkable, and at first sight |
so contradictory, as this — viz., that we ... are balancing up and down, opposing
or combining with one another, or refusing to combine towards that end which the
artist ... Now the only method of using the old masters will by many, no doubt, be
said to be that of copying them, just as some ... of circumstances, in themselves
perfectly natural, though rarely presented to us by Nature at one and the same
|No, indeed, but an obscure, harmless man ; a man in poor clothes, his loins |
usually girt in a coarse gown, or canonical coat ; of a mean stature, and stooping,
and yet more Towly in the thoughts of his soul ; his body worn out, not with age,
but study, ... that his poor parish-clerk and he did never talk bat with imtli their
hats on, or both off at the same time ; and to this may ... not purblind, yet he was
short or weak-sighted ; and where he fixt his eyes at the beginning of his sermon,
there they ...
|His performance may be ranked with that of many hundreds of his predecessors. |
To say nothing of great vulgarity of pronunciation, be knows just enough of stage
business to get through the character without breaking down, but he does not
exhibit any ... Ok Saturday another new five-act play was pet- formed for the first
time under the title of The Tkree Stranger*. ... no use ; and his son, who is
introduced to us as every thing that is amiable and praiseworthy, turns out, in the
end, to be a ...
|But they have, apparently, no doubt of ultimate success. ... It was a strange -and |
even pathetic sight to see the stalwart and undaunted -old man of seventy-four in
the end of his days retum to his ... The whirligig of time 'brings many revenges. ...
But Hurrell Froude died just as his brother -came up from the country parsonage
where High Church and Tory traditions of the ... At the same time from almost
evgfy quarter of England's colonial empire have come 'loud protests at Mr.
|But they have, apparently, no doubt of ultimate success. ... and even pathetic |
sight to see the stalwart and undaunted -old man of seventy-four in the end of his
days return to his old University and ... The whirligig of time brings many
revenges. ... But Hurrell Froude died just as his brother came up from the country
parsonage where High Church and Tory traditions of the ... At the same time from
almost every quarter of England's colonial empire have come loud protests at Mr.
|He did not neglect his mathematical and chemical pursuits, but carried them on |
with fresh zeal. ... he took off his hat, and, as bunches of flowers fell out upon his
raven locks, the audience saw the spoils of his Sabbath studies. ... Where- ever
and by whomever a poor man was oppressed, Chalmers resented the wrong with
all his eloquence, both in public and ... In his anxiety to be plain, and in his haste
to be brief at the same time, he stated that it just meant the end of anything, and