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" Verily, verily, travellers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries ; but, no human eyes have ever seen more daring, gross, and shocking images of the Divine nature, than we creatures of the dust make in our own likenesses, of our own bad passions.... "
Little Dorrit - Page 585
by Charles Dickens - 1857 - 625 pages
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

1868
...monströs I idols in many countries ; but no human eyes have ever seen more daring, gross, an ˇ I shocking images of the Divine nature, than we creatures of the dust make in our l own likenesses, of our own bad passions. " When I forced him to give her up to me, by her name and...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 6

1873
...Verily, verily, travelers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries; but no human eyes have ever seen more daring, gross, and shocking images of the...abode," she went on in her torrent of indignation and defense ; " when I accused her, and she fell hiding her face at my feet, was it my injury that I asserted,...
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A Cyclopedia of the Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1873 - 564 pages
...Verily, verily, travellers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries ; but no human eyes have ever , there is one description of knocker that used to...— a large round one, with the jolly face of a c Little Dorrit, Book II., Chap. 30. PECKSNIFF As a moral man. It has been remarked that Mr. Pecksniff...
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The New York Tombs: Its Secrets and Its Mysteries. Being a History of Noted ...

James B. Mix, Samuel Anderson Mackeever - Crime - 1874 - 668 pages
...verily, travellers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries; 1 .11 1, no human eyes have ever seen more daring, gross, and shocking images of the...Nature, than we creatures of the dust make in our own likeness of our own bad passions." — DICKENS, in Little Dorrit. ON January 5th, 1862, the Sunday...
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Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 21

1879
...verily, travellers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries ; but, no human eyes have ever seen more daring, gross, and shocking images of the Divine nature, than we creatures of the dost make in our own likenesses, of our own bad passions. " When I forced him to give her up to me,...
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Charles Dickens' Works: Little dorrit

Charles Dickens - 1885
...verily, travellers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries ; but, no human eyes have ever setn more daring, gross, and shocking images of the Divine...defence ; " when I accused her, and she fell hiding her fav-e at my feet, was it my injury that I asserted, were they ray reproaches that I poured upon her...
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Little Dorrit

Charles Dickens - 1894 - 788 pages
...verily, travellers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries ; but, no human eyes have ever seen more daring, gross, and shocking images of the...when I accused her, and she fell hiding her face at mv feet, was it my injury that I asserted, were they my reproaches that I poured upon her ? Those who...
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The Works of Charles Dickens ...: Little Dorrit

Charles Dickens, John Forster - 1897
...Verily, verily, travellers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries; but no human eyes have ever seen more daring, gross, and shocking images of the...When I forced him to give her up to me, by her name aud place of abode," she went on in her torrent of indignation and defence ; " when I accused her,...
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The Dickensian, Volume 1

Bertram Waldrom Matz - 1905
..."Verily, verily, travellers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries ; but no human eyes have ever seen more daring, gross, and shocking images of the...make in our own likenesses, of our own bad passions." — Little Dorrit. Mar. 22. — " Are we quite sure that we in England have not formed our ideas of...
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The Works of Charles Dickens in Thirty-four [i.e. Thirty ..., Volume 20, Issue 2

Charles Dickens - 1868
...Verily, verily, travellers have seen many monstrous idols in many countries ; but no human eyes have ever seen more daring, gross, and shocking images of the...When I forced him to give her up to me, by her name arid place of abode," she went on in her torrent of indignation and defence ; " when I accused her,...
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