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" The essence of this bliss was to walk by yourself in the black night, the slide shut, the top-coat buttoned, not a ray escaping, whether to conduct your footsteps or to make your glory public, a mere pillar of darkness in the dark ; and all the while,... "
Talks to teachers on psychology - Page 237
by William James - 1901 - 301 pages
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Scribner's Magazine, Volume 3

Edward Livermore Burlingame - 1888
...that a poet has died young in the breast of the most stolid. It may be contended, rather, that this (somewhat minor) bard in almost every case survives,...the unplumbed childishness of man's imagination. His life from without may seem but a rude mound of mud ; there will be some golden chamber at the heart...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 15

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson, William Ernest Henley - 1895
...fiery and so innocent, they were so richly silly, so romantically young. But the talk, at any rate, was but a condiment; and these gatherings themselves...the most stolid. It may be contended, rather, that this (somewhat minor) bard in almost every case survives, and is the spice of life to his possessor....
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 13

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson, Sidney Colvin, William Ernest Henley - 1905
...fiery and so innocent, they were so richly silly, so romantically young. But the talk, at any rate, was but a condiment; and these gatherings themselves...the most stolid. It may be contended, rather, that this (somewhat minor) bard in almost every case survives, and is the spice of life to his possessor....
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The novels and tales of Robert Louis Stevenson...

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895
...that a poet has died young in the breast of the most stolid. It may be contended, rather, that this (somewhat minor) bard in almost every case survives,...the unplumbed childishness of man's imagination. His life from without may seem but a rude mound of mud ; there will be some golden chamber at the heart...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 15

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895
...that a poet has died young in the breast of the most stolid. It may be contended, rather, that this (somewhat minor) bard in almost every case survives,...the unplumbed childishness of man's imagination. His life from without may seem but a rude mound of mud ; there will be some golden chamber at the heart...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson: The amateur emigrant. Across ...

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson, William Ernest Henley - 1895
...that a poet has died young in the breast of the most stolid. It may be contended, rather, that this (somewhat minor) bard in almost every case survives,...possessor. Justice is not done to the versatility and the un plumbed childishness of man's imagination. His life from without may seem but a rude mound of mud;...
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An inland voyage; Travels with a donkey; The amateur emigrant; The Silverado ...

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895
...fool's heart, to know you had a bull's-eye at your belt, and to exult and sing over the knowledge. II It is said that a poet has died young in the breast...the most stolid. It may be contended, rather, that this (somewhat minor) bard in almost every case survives, and is the spice of life to his possessor....
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Works, Volume 10

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895
...fool's heart, to know you had a bull's-eye at your belt, and to exult and sing over the knowledge. II It is said that a poet has died young in the breast...the most stolid. It may be contended, rather, that this (somewhat minor) bard in almost every case survives, and is the spice of life to his possessor....
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The Pocket R.L.S.: Being Favourite Passages from the Works of Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson - Quotations, Scottish - 1895 - 216 pages
...battle, but send back merchant-clerks with more heart and spirit to their book-keeping by double entry. IT is said that a poet has died young in the breast...the most stolid. It may be contended, rather, that this (somewhat minor) bard in almost every case survives, and is the spice of life to his possessor....
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