Scientific Romances: 2d. ser

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S. Sonnenschein, 1896 - Fourth dimension - 177 pages
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Page 178 - A short treatise of admirable clearness. . . . Mr. Hinton brings us, panting but delighted, to at least a momentary faith in the Fourth Dimension, and upon the eye of this faith there opens a vista of interesting problems. . . . His pamphlet exhibits a boldness of speculation, and a power of conceiving and expressing even the inconceivable which rouses one's faculties like a tonic.
Page 41 - ... had been everywhere and was incredibly smart. When the war came she would go home by way of Gdynia. I must see that I'd be leaving on the same boat, Dunya said. She was quite sure her friend and I would hit it off well. In fact, she seemed to be sure her friend and I were really made for each other. She did not say so in so many words, but that was the idea and I was quick to resent it. It is an odd thing about men's reactions. I had always thought of Dunya as a pastime, something to chase the...
Page 110 - I should owe to any man who would rid me of what I learned at college — that plastering over of the face of nature, that series of tricks and devices whereby they teach a man knowing nothing of reality to talk of it as...
Page 30 - If you feel eternity you will know that you are never separated from any one with whom you have ever been. You come to a different part of yourself each day, and think the part that is separated in time is gone. But in eternity it is always there.
Page 30 - If you felt it you would know that you are always living in your whole life, that it is always changing, though with your eyes you can only see the part you are in now.

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