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" A snowstorm was falling around us. The snow-storm was real ; the preacher merely spectral ; and the eye felt the sad contrast in looking at him, and then out of the window behind him, into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had... "
Arcturus: A Journal of Books and Opinion - Página 103
por Cornelius Mathews, Evert Augustus Duyckinck - 1841
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The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary on the Old Testament: Numbers ...

1892
...him into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in rain. He bad no one word indicating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended, or cheated, or chagrined. If be bad erer lived and acted, we were none the wiser for it. The capital secret of his profession —...
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Nature ; Addresses and Lectures

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1903 - 461 páginas
...beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in . / ' rv 138 ADDRESS vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had...life into truth, he had not learned. Not one fact inaTl his experience had he yet imported into his doctrine. This man had ploughed and planted and talked...
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Record of Christian Work, Volumen29

Alexander McConnell, William Revell Moody, Arthur Percy Fitt - 1910
...him, into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had...namely, to convert life into truth, he had not learned." Yes, he was a mere official, wrenched from the innermost vitalities of his office. . . His words were...
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Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson: With Annotations, Volumen4

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1910
...instruction without one single real and penetrating word. Here is a young man who has not yet learned the capital secret of his profession, namely, to convert life into truth. And there he stands pitiable and magisterial, and, without nausea, reads page after page of mouth-filling...
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The Preacher, His Life and Work

John Henry Jowett - 1912 - 239 páginas
...him, into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had...namely, to convert life into truth, he had not learned." Yes, he was a mere official, wrenched from the innermost vitalities of his office. If he had ever had...
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The Silver Shadow: And Other Day Dreams

Frank Boreham - 1918 - 272 páginas
...him into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He uttered no word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended or cheated or chagrined.' It is not pleasant to think of poor Emerson sitting in the cold church that wintry morning, longing...
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The One Great Society: A Book of Recollections

Frederick Henry Lynch - 1918 - 223 páginas
...was real, the preacher merely spectral. ... He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended, cheated, or chagrined. If he had ever lived and acted we were none the wiser for it. The capital secret...
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Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, Volumen8

1923
...him into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended, or cheated, or chagrined. . . . Not one fact in all his experience had he yet imported into his doctrine." Bitterly Emerson declares:...
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Emerson's Theories of Literary Expressions, Volumen8,Temas1-4

Emerson Grant Sutcliffe - 1923 - 152 páginas
...him into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended, or cheated, or chagrined. . . . Not one fact in all his experience had he yet imported into his doctrine." Bitterly Emerson declares:...
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The Dial, Volumen68

Francis Fisher Browne, Waldo Ralph Browne, Scofield Thayer - 1920
...remembers Emerson's criticism of a sermon by one of his contemporaries. "He had no word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had...ever lived and acted we were none the wiser for it.". Against the domination of English culture Mr. Frank protests as "an apt means to the suppression of...
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