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" The sphere of earth is known enough to me ; The view beyond is barred immutably : A fool, who there his blinking eyes direoteth, And o'er his clouds of peers a place expecteth ! Firm let him stand, and look around him well "
Collected papers on analytical psychology - Page 461
by Carl Gustav Jung - 1917 - 492 pages
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Faust: A Tragedy, Volume 2

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Bayard Taylor - 1875
...Stormed through my life : at first 'twas grand, completely, But now it moves most wisely and discreetly. The sphere of Earth is known enough to me ; The view...barred immutably: A fool, who there his blinking eyes directeth, And o'er his clouds of peers a place expecteth ! Firm let him stand, and look around him...
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Faust: A Tragedy, Part 2

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1876
...Stormed through my life: at first 't was grand, completely , But now it moves most wisely and discreetly. The sphere of Earth is known enough to me; The view...barred immutably: A fool, who there his blinking eyes directeth, And o'er his cloulds of peers a place expecteth! Firm let him stand, and look around him...
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Goethe and Schiller: Their Lives and Works. Including ..., Volume 27; Volume 782

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen - 1879 - 424 pages
...being vibrating. In this mood he is almost disposed to deem the world beyond this of small account: "The sphere of earth is known enough to me; The view...barred immutably: A fool, who there his blinking eyes directeth, And o'er his clouds of peers a place expecteth! Firm let him stand and look around him well;...
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Goethe and Schiller: Their Lives and Works. Including ..., Volume 27; Volume 782

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen - 1879 - 424 pages
...being vibrating. In this mood he is almost disposed to deem the world beyond this of small account: "The sphere of earth is known enough to me; The view...barred immutably: A fool, who there his blinking eyes directeth, And o'er his clouds of peers a place expecteth! Firm let him stand and look around him well;...
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Goethe and Schiller: Their Lives and Works. Including ..., Volume 27; Volume 782

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen - 1879 - 424 pages
...this mood he is almost disposed to deem the world beyond this of small account: & JJ The fruit of "The sphere of earth is known enough to me; The view...barred immutably: A fool, who there his blinking eyes directeth, And o'er his clouds of peers a place expecteth! Firm let him stand and look around him well;...
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Demonology and Devil-lore, Volume 2

Moncure Daniel Conway - Demonology - 1879
...he has descended from clouds to the world, and the actual earth has eclipsed a possible immortality. The sphere of Earth is known enough to me ; The view beyond is barred immortality : A fool who there his blinking eyes directeth, And o'er his clouds of peers a place expecteth...
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The intellectual and moral problem of Goethe's Faust

Alexander Wysard - 1883
...great anxiety of the ordinary people, being himself fully resigned to and satisfied with this world : " The sphere of earth is known enough to me; The view...expecteth ! Firm let him stand, and look around him well! This world means something to the capable, Why needs he through eternity to wend ? He here acquires...
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Faust: A Tragedy, Volumes 1-2

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1883
...Stormed through my life: at first't was grand, completely, But now it moves most wisely and discreetly. The sphere of Earth is known enough to me ; The view...barred immutably: A fool, who there his blinking eyes directeth, And o'er his clouds of peers a place expecteth ! Firm let him stand, and look around him...
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The Great Poets and Their Theology

Augustus Hopkins Strong - Poetry - 1897 - 531 pages
...above is barred immutably. A fool who there his blinking eyes directeth And o'er the clouds of earth a place expecteth, Firm let him stand and look around him well I This world means something to the capable ; Why needs he through eternity to wend ? Here he acquires...
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