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" ... Races of inferior energy have possessed a power of expansion and assimilation to which he is a stranger; and it is this fixed and rigid quality which has proved his ruin. He will not learn the arts of civilization, and he and his forest must perish... "
The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine - Página 169
editado por - 1851
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The North American Review, Volumen73

1851
...civilization, and he and his forest must perish together. The stern, unchanging features of his mind excite our admiration, from their very immutability...of heroic virtues — a hand bountiful to bestow, as it is rapacious to seize, and, even in extremest famine, imparting its last morsel to a fellow-sufferer...
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The North American Review, Volumen73

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, Henry Cabot Lodge, James Russell Lowell - 1851
...civilization, and he and his forest must perish together. The stern, unchanging features of his mind excite our admiration, from their very immutability...of heroic virtues — a hand bountiful to bestow, as it is rapacious to seize, and, even in extremest famine, imparting its last morsel to a fellow-sufferer...
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History of the Conspiracy of Pontiac: And the War of the North American ...

Francis Parkman - 1868 - 632 páginas
...civilization, and he and his forest must perish together. The stern, unchanging features of his mind excite our admiration, from their very immutability...of heroic virtues — a hand bountiful to bestow, as it is rapacious to seize, and, even in extremes t famine, imparting its last morsel to a fellowsufferer;...
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Historical Sketches of Northern New York and the Adirondack Wilderness ...

Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester - 1877 - 316 páginas
...civilization, and he and his forest must perish together. The stern unchanging features of his mind excite our admiration from their very immutability...interest on the fate of this irreclaimable son of the wilder* Francis Parkman. ness, the child who will not be weaned from the breast of his rugged mother....
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The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War After the Conquest of ..., Volumen1

Francis Parkman - 1880
...civilization, and he and his forest must perish together. The stern, unchanging features of his mind excite our admiration from their very immutability...increases when we discern in the unhappy wanderer the germs of heroic virtues mingled among his vices, — a hand bountiful to bestow as it is rapacious...
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The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War After the Conquest of ..., Volumen1

Francis Parkman - 1884
...civilization, and he and his forest must perish together. The stern, unchanging features of his mind excite our admiration from their very immutability...increases when we discern in the unhappy wanderer the germs of heroic virtues mingled among his vices, — a hand bountiful to bestow as it is rapacious...
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american prose

george rice carpenter - 1898
...civilization, and he and his forest must perish together. The stern, unchanging features of his mind excite our admiration from their very immutability;...increases when we discern in the unhappy wanderer the germs of heroic virtues mingled among his vices, —a hand bountiful to bestow as it is rapacious...
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American Prose: Selections

George Rice Carpenter - 1898 - 465 páginas
...civilization, and he and his forest must perish together. The stern, unchanging features of his mind excite our admiration from their very immutability;...increases when we discern in the unhappy wanderer the germs of heroic virtues mingled among his vices, — a hand bountiful to bestow as it is rapacious...
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The Work of Francis Parkman: The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian war ...

Francis Parkman - 1898
...civilization, and he and his forest must perish together. The stern, unchanging features of his mind excite our admiration from their very immutability;...increases when we discern in the unhappy wanderer the germs of heroic virtues mingled among his vices, — a hand bountiful to bestow as it is rapacious...
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A General Survey of American Literature: By Mary Fisher

Mary Fisher - 1899 - 391 páginas
...immutability; and we look with deep interest on the fate of this irreclaimable child of the wilderness who will not be weaned from the breast of his rugged mother." Few histories leave upon the mind of an American reader so salutary an impression of progress as Parkman's....
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