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" ... soul but as in an actual body " ; comforted in the contemplation of death by the thought of flesh turning to violets and almost oppressed by the pressure of the sensible world, his longings for beauty intensifying his fear of death. He loved to gaze... "
Adolescence: its psychology and its relations to physiology, anthropology ... - Page 575
by Granville Stanley Hall - 1904
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 38

1878
...House of Bethany, was assumed as the due attitude for the reception of our every-day existence ; and for a time he walked through the world in a sustained,...and event of life, of its celestial correspondent. Sensibility — the desire of physical beauty — a strange biblical awe, which made any reference...
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The child in the house: an imaginery portrait

Walter Pater, Everett Press - 1895 - 43 pages
...house of Bethany, was assumed as the due attitude for the reception of our every-day existence ; and for a time he walked through the world in a sustained,...and event of life, of its celestial correspondent. Sensibility — the desire L. of. physical ; beauty— a,strange biblical awe, which I made any reference...
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Miscellaneous studies: a series of essays

Walter Pater - Literary Collections - 1895 - 222 pages
...House of Bethany, was assumed as the due attitude for the reception of our every-day existence ; and for a time he walked through the world in a sustained,...recognition, beside every circumstance and event of life, qz its celestial correspondent. Sensibility — thedesire ofphysical beauty — astrange biblical awe,...
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The Works of Walter Pater: Miscellaneous studies

Walter Pater - English literature - 1901
...House of Bethany, was assumed as the due attitude for the reception of our every -day existence ; and for a time he walked through the world in a sustained,...and event of life, of its celestial correspondent. Sensibility — the desire of physical beauty — a strange biblical awe, which made any reference...
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Selections from Walter Pater

Walter Pater - 1901 - 268 pages
...was assumed as the due attitude for the reception of our every-day existence ; and for a time he 15 walked through the world in a sustained, not unpleasurable...and event of life, of its celestial correspondent. Sensibility — • the desire of physical beauty — a \ 20 strange biblical awe, which made an/feTerence...
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Selections from Walter Pater

Edward Everett Hale - 1901
...every-day existence; and for a time he 15 walked through the^world in^a qiigfaiinp^ pnt nnpleasurable^awfi, generated by the habitual recognition, beside every circumstance and event of life, or its celestial correspondent. A Sensibility— the desire of physical beauty — a 20 strange biblical...
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Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene, Volume 58

Granville Stanley Hall - Adolescence - 1906 - 379 pages
...free-thinker Mardon and his remarkable daughter All in all it is a rare study of emancipation. 188 till he became more and more "unable to care for or...correspondent." In DC Boulger's Life of General Charles Gordon ' he records how, like Nelson Clive, his hero was prone to boys' escapades and outbreaks that often...
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Youth; Its Education, Regimen, and Hygeine

Granville Stanley Hall - 1907 - 379 pages
...free-thinker Mardon and his remarkable daughter. All in all it is a rare study of emancipation. 188 till he became more and more "unable to care for or...correspondent." In DC Boulger's Life of General Charles Gordon ' he records how, like Nelson Clive, his hero was prone to boys' escapades and outbreaks that often...
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Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene

Granville Stanley Hall - Education - 1917 - 379 pages
...all it is a rare study of emancipation. till he became more and more "unable to care for or think oi soul but as in an actual body"; comforted in the contemplation...correspondent." In DC Boulger's Life of General Charles Gordon ' he records how, like Nelson Clive, his hero was prone to boys' escapades and outbreaks that often...
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English Prose (1137-1890)

John Matthews Manly - English prose literature - 1909 - 544 pages
...House of Bethany, was assumed as the due attitude for the reception of our everyday existence; and. for a time he walked through the world in a sustained,...and event of life, of its celestial correspondent. Sensibility — the desire of physical beauty — a strange biblical awe, which made any reference...
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