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" I ask to be melted. You can only ask of the metals that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender. "
early spring in massachusetts - Page 346
by h. g. o. blake - 1893
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10

1862
...with gifts who can present a face of bronze to expectations." " I ask to be melted. You can only a*k of the metals that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender." There is a flower known to botanists, one of the same genus with our...
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Early Spring in Massachusetts: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau, Volume 5

Henry David Thoreau - Massachusetts - 1881 - 318 pages
..." Why," said he, " they are nothing but a parcel of prickly bushes and are not worth anything. I 'm going to build a new wall here." And so to ornament...that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender.] The sweet flags are now starting up under water two inches high, and...
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Early Spring in Massachusetts: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau, Volume 5

Henry David Thoreau - Massachusetts - 1881 - 318 pages
...indistinct depths, meandering as well up and down as from side to side, deepest where narrowest, and even gullying under this bank or that, its bottom lifted...that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender.] The sweet flags are now starting up under water two inches high, and...
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Excursions

Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883 - 319 pages
...character ? " " Only he can be trusted with gifts who can present a face of bronze to expectations." " I ask to be melted. You can only ask of the metals...that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender." There is a flower known to botanists, one of the same genus with our...
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Complete Works, Volume 10

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...character ? " " Only he can be trusted with gifts who can present a face of bronze to expectations." " I ask to be melted. You can only ask of the metals...that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender." There is a flower known to botanists, one of the same genus with our...
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Emerson's Complete Works: Lectures and biographical sketches

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1888
...character ? " " Only he can be trusted with gifts who can present a face of bronze to expectations." " I ask to be melted. You can only ask of the metals...that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender." There is a flower known to botanists, one of the same genus with our...
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Lectures and Biographical Sketches

Ralph Waldo Emerson - Character - 1883 - 463 pages
...character ? " " Only he can be trusted with gifts who can present a face of bronze to expectations." " I ask to be melted. You can only ask of the metals...that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender." There is a flower known to botanists, one of the same genus with our...
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Works, Volume 10

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...character ? " " Only he can be trusted with gifts who can present a face of bronze to expectations." " I ask to be melted. You can only ask of the metals...that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender." There is a flower known to botanists, one of the same genus with our...
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Emerson's Complete Works: Lectures and biographical sketches

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...Only he can be trusted with gifts who can present a faec of hronzc to expectations." " I ask to he melted. You can only ask of the metals that they be tender to the fire that melts them. To nought else can they be tender." There is a flower known to botanists, one of the same genus with our...
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The Succession of Forest Trees: And Wild Apples

Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson - Apples - 1887 - 103 pages
...character ? " " Only he can be trusted with gifts who can present a face of bronze to expectations." " I ask to be melted. You can only ask of the metals...that melts them. To naught else can they be tender." There is a flower known to botanists, one of the same genus with our summer plant called " Life Everlasting,"...
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