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" Canopus shining-down over the desert, with its blue diamond brightness (that wild blue spirit-like brightness, far brighter than we ever witness here), would pierce into the heart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding through the solitary... "
Star-names and Their Meanings - Page 70
by Richard Hinckley Allen - 1899 - 563 pages
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Works, Volume 7

Thomas Carlyle - 1840
...wild blue spirit-like brightness, far brighter than we ever witness here), would pierce into the heart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding...the inner Splendour to him. Cannot we understand how those men worshipped Canopus ; became what we call Sabeans, worshipping the stars? Such is to me the...
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On heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history: six lectures

Thomas Carlyle - Heroes - 1849 - 218 pages
...wild blue spirit-like brightness, far brighter than we ever witness here), would pierce into the heart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding...feeling, it might seem a little eye, that Canopus, glancing out on him from the great deep Eternity; revealing the inner Splen. dour to him. Cannot we...
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Sartor Resartus (1831).: Lectures on Heroes (1840).

Thomas Carlyle - 1858 - 391 pages
...wild blue spirit-like brightness, far brighter than we ever witness here), would pierce into the heart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding...Splendour to him. Cannot we understand how these men worshiped Canopus ; became what we call Sabeans, worshiping the stars ? Such is to me the secret of...
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L'idéalisme anglais:étude sur Carlyle

Hippolyte Adolphe Taine - 1864
...the heart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was gniding through that solitary waste there. To bis wild heart, with all feelings in it, with no speech for any feeling, it might seem a little eye, Ihat Canopus, glancing ont on him from the grcat deep Eternity, revealing the inner splendour to him....
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L'idealisme anglais: étude sur Carlyle

Hippolyte Taine - Idealism, English - 1864 - 187 pages
...witness here) would picrce into the hcart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding through that solitary waste there. To his wild heart, with all feelings in it, with no speech for any fceling, it might seem a little eye, that Canopus, glancing ont on him from the great Jeep Eternity,...
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Histoire de la littérature anglaise, Volume 4

Hippolyte Adolphe Taine - 1864
...witness here) would pierce into the heart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding through that solitary waste there. To his wild heart, with all feelings in it, with no speech for any feelinsr, it might seem a little eye, that Canopus, glancing out on him from the great deep Eternity,...
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L'Idéalisme anglais: Étude sur Carlyle

Hippolyte Taine - Idealism - 1864 - 187 pages
...pierce inlo the heart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding ihrough lhat solitary wastts there. To his wild heart, with all feelings in it, with no speech for any fceling. it might secm a little eye, that Canopus, glancing out on him from the great deep Eternity,...
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Histoire de la littérature anglaise, Volume 4

Hippolyte Taine - English literature - 1864
...witness here) would pierce into the heart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding through that solitary waste there. To his wild heart, with all feelings in it, with DO speech for any feeline, it might seem a littleeye, that CanoPUS, glancing out on him from the great...
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Heroes and Hero-worship

Thomas Carlyle - Heroes - 1869 - 312 pages
...wild blue spirit-like brightness, far brighter than we ever witness here), would pierce into the heart of the wild Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding...little eye, that Canopus, glancing-out on him from the s£reat deep Eternity ; revealing the inner Splendour to him/ Cannot we understand how these men worshipped...
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Histoire de la littérature anglaise, Volume 5

Hippolyte Taine - English literature - 1869
...Ishmaelitish man, whom it was guiding through that solitary waste there. To his wild heart, with ail feelings in it, with no speech for any feeling, it might seem a little eye, that Canopus, glancing out on him from the great deep Eternity, revealing the inner splendour to him. (On Heroes,...
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