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" There is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam of humanity, a flash of strange light through which their life looks out and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims the fellowship of the creature if not of the soul "
A Movable Feast: Ten Millennia of Food Globalization - Page 14
by Kenneth F. Kiple - 2007
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Notes on Some of the Principal Pictures Exhibited in the Rooms of ..., Volume 5

John Ruskin - Painting - 1855
...this, that if she cannot paint a man's face, she can 32 neither paint a horse's, a dog's, nor a bull's. There is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam...through which their life looks out and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims the fellowship of the creature, if not of the soul. I assure...
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Spare Hours, Volume 2

John Brown - 1861 - 458 pages
...sure, if Tie lived f or Jifty years, and then died, what would become of me?" — SIR WALTER SCOTT. u There is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam...through which their life looks out and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims the fellowship of the creature, if not of the swl." — RUSKIN....
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Horæ subsecivæ, Volume 2

John Brown - Literary Collections - 1861
...sure, if he lived for fifty years, and then died, what would become of 'me ?" — SIR WALTER SCOTT. " There is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam...through which their life looks out and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims the fellowship of the creature if not of the soul" — RUSKIN....
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 55

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1862
...enter into the feeling so eloquently expressed by Ruskin, and especially apply it to his dogs. . " There is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam...through which their life looks out, and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims the fellowship of the creature if not of the soul." The story...
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All the Year Round, Volume 7

Charles Dickens - Literary Criticism - 1862
...conveyed still more emotion and meaning than it does now ? And is not Mr. Ruskin right when he says: " There is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam of humanity, a flash of strange life through which their life looks at and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims...
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Horae subsecivae: Rab and his friends : and other papers

John Brown - 1862 - 340 pages
...WALTER SCOTT. " There is in everg animal's ege a dim image and gleam of humanitg, a flash ofslrange light through which their life looks out and up to our great mgsterg of command over them, and claims the fellowship of the creature if not of the soul." — RUSKIN....
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SPARE HOURS

JOHN BROWN - 1865
...he lived for fifty years, and then died, what would become of me?" — SIK WALTER SCOTT. '' TJiere is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam of...through which their life looks out and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims the fellowship >f the creature if not of the soul" — RUSKIN....
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SPARE HOURS

JOHN BROWN - 1865
...years, and then died, what would become of me?" — SIR WALTER SCOTT. '' TJiere is in every animals eye a dim image and gleam of humanity, a flash of...through which their life looks out and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims the fellowship >f the creature if not of the soul." — RUSKIN....
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Spare Hours: 1st ser

John Brown - English essays - 1866 - 458 pages
...sure, if ie lived for Jifty years, and then died, what would become of met" — SIR WALTER SCOTT. -' There is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam...light through which their life looks out and up to our grml mystery of command over them, and claims the fellowship tf the creature if not of the soul." —...
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The book of cats

Charles Henry Ross - 1868 - 296 pages
...vain ; Thus shall the Cat, a foe to spoil, Protect the fanners' honest toil.' " Mr. Ruskin says, " There is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam of humanity, a flash of strange life through which their life looks at and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims...
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