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" A people is but the attempt of many To rise to the completer life of one ; And those who live as models for the mass Are singly of more value than they all. "
Education and the Higher Life - Page 59
by John Lancaster Spalding - 1916 - 210 pages
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The North American Review, Volume 66

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1848
...Tib. I return From Florence : I serve Pisa, and must think By such procedure I have served her best. A people is but the attempt of many To rise to the...models for the mass Are singly of more value than they all. Such man are you, and such a time is this That your sole fate concerns a nation more Than...
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The Sibyl: Or, New Oracles from the Poets

Quotations - 1848 - 313 pages
...he may furnish and instruct great teachers, And never seek for aid out of himself. Henry VIII. 29. A people is but the attempt of many To rise to the...models for the mass Are singly of more value than they all. Such man are you, and such a time is this That your sole fate concerns a nation more Than...
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The Sibyl: Or, New Oracles from the Poets

Quotations - 1849 - 313 pages
...he may furnish and instruct great teachers, And never seek for aid out of himself. Henry VIII. 29. A people is but the attempt of many To rise to the...models for the mass Are singly of more value than they all. Such man are you, and such a time is this That your sole fate concerns a nation more Than...
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Poems: A blot in the 'scutcheon

Robert Browning - 1850
...Tib. I return From Florence : I serve Pisa, and must think By such procedure I have served her best. A people is but the attempt of many To rise to the...models for the mass Are singly of more value than they all. Such man are you, and such a time is this That your sole fate concerns a nation more Than...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 64

American literature - 1889
...and mould those who come to us from abroad. I believe that we have not made enough of leadership. " A people is but the attempt of many To rise to the...life of one ; And those who live as models for the man Are singly of more value than they all." We shall not again have a true national life until we...
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The Museum. [entitled] The Museum and English journal of education, Volumes 1-2

1863
...a vindication of the other truth — " A people is bat the attempt of many To rise to the complete life of one ; And those who live as models for the mass, Are singly of more value than they all." It is not so much from the progress of the race, and the march of many minds, as from the...
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Poems

1864
...Tib. I return From Florence : I serve Pisa, and must think By such procedure I have served her best. A people is but the attempt of many To rise to the completer life of one — And those who live as mddels for the mass Are singly of more value than they all. Such man are you, and such a time is this...
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The North British review, Volume 49

1868
...follow," etc. ; and here in " Luria " we have it still more broadly put, as in the passage at page 425, " A people is but the attempt of many to rise to the completer life of one," etc. The question thus is not of the State, not of policies, not of " battle's loss or gain," but —...
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On the Poet Objective and Subjective: On the Latter's Aim ..., Part 1, Issue 1

Robert Browning - Poetry - 1881 - 20 pages
...fresh stuff for the intellect to stamp and keep — fresh instinct for it to translate into law. " A people is but the attempt of many to rise to the completer life of one." (A SouTs Tragedy.) Only the man who supplies new feeling fresh from God, quickens and regenerates the...
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Papers, Parts 1-4

Browning Society (London, England) - 1881
...fresh stuff for the intellect to stamp and keep — fresh instinct for it to translate into law. " A people is but the attempt of many to rise to the compléter life of one." (A Soul's Tragedy.) Only the man who supplies new feeling fresh from God,...
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