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" ... mountain brood. He was of a proud, yet gentle spirit — haughty and reserved among the rich and great; but ever ready to stoop his head to the lowly cottage door, and be like a brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. In the household of the... "
Legends of the Province house. The haunted mind. The village uncle. The ... - Page 101
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1876
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Cassell's illustrated readings

Cassell, ltd - 1875
...great ; but ever ready to stoop his head to the lowly cottage-door, and be like a brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. In the household of the...Notch he found warmth and simplicity of feeling, the pervadmg intelligence of Now Eugland, and a poetry ot native growth, which they had gathered, when...
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Twice-told Tales, Volume 2

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1879
...great ; but ever ready to stoop his head to the lowly cottage door, and be like a brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. In the household of the...and dangerous abode. He had travelled far and alone ; bis whole life, indeed, had been a solitary path ; for, with the lofty cantion of his nature, he...
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Tales of The White Hills: Legends of New England...

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1879
...and great; but ever ready to stoop his head to the lowly cottage door, and be like a brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. In the household of the...romantic and dangerous abode. He had travelled far and V alone ; his whole life, indeed, had been a solitary path ; for, with the lofty caution of his nature,...
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Hawthorne's Works, Volume 2

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1879
...and great ; but ever ready to stoop his head to the,lowly cottage door, anibe like a brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. £In the household of...found warmth and simplicity of feeling, the pervading intelligente of New England, and a poetry of native growth, which they had gathered, when they little...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 1

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1882
...great ; but ever ready to stoop his head to the lowly cottage door, and be like a brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. In the household of the...England, and a poetry of native growth, which they had gath- I ered when they little thought of it from the mountain peaks and chasms, and at the very threshold...
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The great stone face: & other tales of the White Hills

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Fiction - 1889 - 95 pages
...great ; but ever ready to stoop his head to the lowly cottage door, and be like a brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. In the household of the...England, and a poetry of native growth, which they had gath ered when they little thought of it from the mountain peaks and chasms, and at the very threshold...
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The great stone face: and other tales of the White Mountains ...

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Old Man of the Mountain (N.H.) in fiction - 1889 - 69 pages
...great ; but ever ready to stoop his head to the lowly cottage door, and be like a brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. In the household of the...England, and a poetry of native growth, which they had gath ered when they little thought of it from the mountain peaks and chasms, and at the very threshold...
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The great stone face: & other tales of the White Hills

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1889 - 95 pages
...the pervading intelligence of New England,, and a poetry of native growth, which they had gath ered when they little thought of it from the mountain peaks...their romantic and dangerous abode. He had travelled fax and alone ; his whole life, indeed, had been a solitary path ; for, with the lofty caution of his...
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Specimens of Narration

William Tenney Brewster - English language - 1895 - 209 pages
...brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. In the household of the Notch, he found warmth and 10 simplicity of feeling, the pervading intelligence...threshold of their romantic and dangerous abode. He had i; travelled far and alone; his whole life, indeed, had been a solitary path : for, with the lofty...
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Specimens of narration

William Tenney Brewster - History - 1895 - 209 pages
...great ; but ever ready to stoop his head to the lowly cottage door, and be like a brother or a son at the poor man's fireside. In the household of the Notch, he found warmth and 10 simplicity of feeling, the pervading intelligence of New England, and a poetry of native growth,...
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