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" To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as Municipal politics calls for sympathies that are not often united with a sane ethical outlook: but Peter Stirling is possessed of the one without losing his sense of the other, and it is this combination... "
Telepathy and the Subliminal Self: An Account of Recent Investigations ... - Page 348
by Rufus Osgood Mason - 1897 - 343 pages
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Psychology

William James - Psychology - 1892 - 478 pages
...strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction. ... A very charming love story. To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as...one without losing his sense of the other, and it is thii combination of qualities that make him so impressive and admirable a figure. . . . Both a readable...
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The Dial, Volume 18

Marianne Moore - Books - 1895
...aloof in the seat of the scornful, is all the more severe because it is conveyed only by implication. To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as...other, and it is this combination of qualities that makes of him so impressive and admirable a figure. The book is not all politics. A very charming love-story...
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Some Memories of Paris

F. Adolphus - Paris (France) - 1895 - 308 pages
...strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction. . . A very charming love story. To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as...that are not often united with a sane ethical outlook ; hut Peter Stirling is possessed of the one without losing his sense of the other, and it is this...
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THE ISLAND OF CUBA

ANDREW SUMMERS ROWAN - 1896
...noble. . . . A timely, manly, thoroughbred, and eminently suggestive book." The Review of Reznews .* " His relations with women were of unconventional sincerity...figure. . . . Both a readable and an ethically helpful book.'T The New York Tribune: "A portrait which is both alive and easily recognizable." New York Times...
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On parody

Arthur Shadwell Martin - Parodies - 1896 - 280 pages
...strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction. . . A very charming love story. To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as...figure. . . Both a readable and an ethically helpful book." The New York Tribune : " A portrait which is both alive and easily recognizable." New York Times...
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In India

André Chevrillon - India - 1896 - 268 pages
...strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction. . . A very charming love story. To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as...figure. . . Both a readable and an ethically helpful book." Thf New York Tribune : " A portrait which is both alive and easily recognizable." New York Times;...
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In India

André Chevrillon - India - 1896 - 268 pages
...strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction. . . A very charming love story. To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as...one without losing his sense of the other, and it is mis combination of qualities that make him so impressive and admirable a figure. . . Both a readable...
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In Plain Air

Elisabeth Lyman Cabot - History - 1897 - 296 pages
...manner of the book are noble. . . . A timely, manly, thoroughbred, and eminently suggestive book." The Review of Revie-ws : "His relations with women...figure. . . . Both a readable and an ethically helpful book." The New York Tribune : " A portrait which is both alive and easily recognizable." New York Times...
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Sketches in Lavender, Blue, and Green

Jerome Klapka Jerome - 1897 - 337 pages
...manner of the book are noble. . . . A timely, manly, thoroughbred, and eminently suggestive book." The Review of Reviews : "His relations with women...figure. . . . Both a readable and an ethically helpful book/™ The New York Tribune: "A portrait which is both alive and easily recognizable." New York Times...
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Sketches in lavender, blue, and green

Jerome Klapka Jerome - 1897 - 337 pages
...strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction. ... A very charming love story. To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as...figure. . . . Both a readable and an ethically helpful book." The New York Tribune: " A portrait which is both alive and easily recognizable." The New York...
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