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" ... seemed unsurpassably beautiful when beheld in upper air. But on gazing downward, there they were, the same even to the minutest particular, yet arrayed in ideal beauty, which satisfied the spirit incomparably more than the actual scene. I am half... "
The Heart of a Garden - Page 24
by Rosamund Marriott Watson - 1906 - 162 pages
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18

1866
...ideal beauty, which satisfied the spirit incomparably more than the actual scene. I am half convinced that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real...rate, the disembodied shadow is nearest to the soul. There were many tokens of autumn in this beautiful picture. Two or three of the trees were actually...
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Passages from the American Note-books of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 2

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Brook Farm - 1868
...ideal beauty, which satisfied the spirit incomparably more than the actual scene. I am half convinced that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real...rate, the disembodied shadow is nearest to the soul. There were many tokens of autumn in this beautiful picture. Two or three of the trees were actually...
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Passages from the American Note-books of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 2

Brook Farm - 1868
...ideal beauty, which satisfied the spirit incomparably more than the actual scene. I am half convinced that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real...rate, the disembodied shadow is nearest to the soul. There were many tokens of autumn in this beautiful picture. Two or three of the trees were actually...
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Passages from the American Note-books [of Nathaniel Hawthorne.]

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1872
...ideal beauty, which satisfied the spirit incomparably more than the actual scene. I ara half convinced that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real...grosser sense. At any rate, the disembodied shadow ia nearest to the soul. There were many tokens of autumn in this beautiful picture. Two or three of...
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Passages from the American Notebooks (Complete)

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1876 - 458 pages
...than the actual scene. I am half convinced that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real tiling which Nature imperfectly images to our grosser sense....any rate, the disembodied shadow is nearest to the souIT^ There were mariy~lokens of autumn in this beautiful picture. Two or three of the trees were...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 9

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883
...ideal beauty, which satisfied the spirit incomparably more than the actual scene. I am half convinced that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real...rate, the disembodied shadow is nearest to the soul. There were many tokens of autumn in this beautiful picture. Two or three of the trees were actually...
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Passages from the American Note-books of Nathaniel Hawthorne

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Brook Farm - 1883 - 458 pages
...ideal beauty, which satisfied the spirit incomparably more than the actual scene. I am half convinced that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real...rate, the disembodied shadow is nearest to the souL There were many tokens of autumn in this beautiful picture. Two or three of the trees were actually...
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Works, Volume 9

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883
...ideal beauty, which satisfied the spirit incomparably more than the actual scene. I am half convinced that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real...rate, the disembodied shadow is nearest to the soul. There were many tokens of autumn in this beautiful picture. Two or three of the trees were actually...
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Good Words, Volume 25

English periodicals - 1884
...•*- Hawthorne, floating in a skiff on the calm surface of one of those broad rivers of the West, " that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real...rate, the disembodied shadow is nearest to the soul." And the words came to my mind with new force as I paddled across the head of Windermere and paused...
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Treasures from the Prose World: With Biographical Sketches

Frank McAlpine - American prose literature - 1886 - 400 pages
...ideal beauty, which satisfied the spirit incomparably more than the actual scene. I am half convinced that the reflection is indeed the reality, the real...rate the disembodied shadow is nearest to the soul. There were many tokens of Autumn in this beautiful picture. Two or three of the trees were actually...
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