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" Is not the evidence of Ease on the very front of all the greatest works in existence ? Do they not say plainly to us, not, " there has been a great effort here... "
Nerves and the War - Page 212
by Annie Payson Call - 1918 - 219 pages
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Pre-Raphaelitism

John Ruskin, Author of Modern painters - Painting, English - 1851 - 57 pages
...evidence of Ease on the very front of all the greatest works in existence ? Do they not say plainly to us, not, " there has been a great effort here,"...weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we have to recognise in all mighty things ; and that is just what we now never recognise, but...
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The Irish quarterly review

History - 1851
...the greatest works in existence ? Do not they say plainly to us, not, ' there has been a great sffort here,' but, ' there has been a great power here ?'...weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we hare to recognise in all mighty things ; and that is just what we now never recognise, but...
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Selections from the Irish Quarterly Review: 1st ser. ...

1857
...evidence of Ease on the very front of all the greatest works in existence ? Do not they say plainly to us, not, ' there has been a great effort here,'...weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we have to recognise in all mighty things ; and that is just what we now never recognise, but...
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The True and the Beautiful in Nature, Art, Morals and Religion: Selected ...

John Ruskin, Louisa Caroline Tuthill - Aesthetics - 1859 - 452 pages
...evidence of Ease on the very front of all the greatest works in existence ? Do they not say plainly to us, not, " there has been a great effort here,"...weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we have to recognise in all mighty things; and that is just what we now never recognise, but...
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The True and the Beautiful: In Nature, Art, Morals, and Religion

John Ruskin, Louisa Caroline Tuthill - 1859 - 452 pages
...evidence of Ease on-the very front of all the greatest works in existence ? Do they not say plainly to us, not, " there has been a great effort here," but, " there has been a great potrer here" ? It is not the weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we have to...
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The Celtic Records and Historic Literature of Ireland

Sir John Thomas Gilbert - Annals of the Four Masters - 1861 - 762 pages
...evidence of Ease on the very front of all the greatest works in existence ? Do not they say plainly to us, not, ' there has been a great effort here,'...weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we have to recog. nise in all mighty things ; and that is just what we now never recognise, but...
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The Celtic Records and Historic Literature of Ireland

Sir John Thomas Gilbert - Annals of the Four Masters - 1861 - 762 pages
...the greatest works in existence? Do not they say plainly to us, not, ' there has been a great fffort here,' but, 'there has been a great power here?' It is not the 745 weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we have to recognise in all mighty...
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Guide to the Principal Pictures in the Academy of Fine Arts at Venice

Painting - 1862 - 57 pages
...evidence of Ease on the very front of all the greatest works in existence? Do they not say plainly to us, not, " there has been a great effort here,"...weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we have to recognize in all mighty things ; and that is just what we now never recognize, but...
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Pre-Raphaelitism

John Ruskin - Pre-Raphaelitism - 1865 - 56 pages
...evidence of Ease on the very front of all the greatest works in existence ? Do they not say plainly to ns, not, " there has been a great effort here," but, "...weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we have to recognise in all mighty things ; and that is just what we now never recognise, but...
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The True and the Beautiful in Nature, Art, Morals, and Religion

John Ruskin - 1867 - 452 pages
...evidence of Ease on the very front of all the greatest works in existence ? Do they not say plainly to us, not, " there has been a great effort here,"...weariness of mortality, but the strength of divinity, which we have to recognise in all mighty things ; and that is just what we now never recognise, but...
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