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" Fathers' voyage, they and their standard of perfection are rightly judged when we figure to ourselves Shakspeare or Virgil, — souls in whom sweetness and light, and all that in human nature is most humane, were eminent, — accompanying them on their... "
The Massachusetts Teacher - עמוד 351
1858
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Culture & Anarchy: An Essay in Political and Social Criticism : And ...

Matthew Arnold - 1883 - 364 דפים
...perfection remains narrow and inadequate, although for what he did well he has been richly rewarded. Notwithstanding the mighty results of the Pilgrim...sweetness and light, and all that in human nature is most humane, were eminent, — accompanying them on their voyage, and think what intolerable company...
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Prose masterpieces from modern essayists [ed. by G.H.P.

Prose masterpieces - 1884
...perfection remains narrow and inadequate, although for what he did well he has been richly rewarded, Notwithstanding the mighty results of the Pilgrim...perfection are rightly judged when we figure to ourselves Shakespeare or Virgil, — souls in whom sweetness and light, and all that in human nature is most...
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The Andover Review, כרך 3

1885
...thought, infamous) judgment upon the Pilgrim Fathers. " Figure to ourselves," he said, " Shakespeare or Virgil, souls in whom sweetness and light and all that in human nature is most humane were eminent, accompanying [the Mayflower party] on their voyage, and think what intolerable...
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Culture & Anarchy: An Essay in Political and Social Criticism : And ...

Matthew Arnold - 1891 - 364 דפים
...perfection remains narrow and inadequate, although for what he did well he has been richly rewarded. Notwithstanding the mighty results of the Pilgrim...sweetness and light, and all that in human nature is most humane, were eminent, — accompanying them on their voyage, and think what intolerable company...
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Things of the Mind

John Lancaster Spalding - 1894 - 235 דפים
...says, and their standard of perfection are rightly judged " when we figure to ourselves Shakespeare or Virgil — souls in whom sweetness and light and all that in human nature is most humane were eminent — accompanying them on their voyage, and think what intolerable company...
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Things of the Mind

John Lancaster Spalding - 1894 - 235 דפים
...the Protestant theory of Christianity, are sprightly and entertaining. The Pilgrim Fathers, he says, and their standard of perfection are rightly judged " when we figure to ourselves Shakespeare or Virgil — souls in whom sweetness and light and all that in human nature is most humane...
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Selections from the Prose Writings of Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold - 1897 - 348 דפים
...perfection remains narrow and inadequate, although for what he •did well he has been richly rewarded. Notwithstanding the mighty results of the Pilgrim...they and their standard of perfection are rightly 25 judged when we figure to ourselves Shakspeare or Virgil, — souls in whom sweetness and light,...
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Selections from the Prose Writings of Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold - 1897 - 348 דפים
...mighty results of the Pilgrim Fathers' voyage, they and their standard of perfection are rightly 25 judged when we figure to ourselves Shakspeare or Virgil, — souls in whom sweetness and light, and ail that in human nature is most humane, were eminent, — accompanying them on their voyage, and think...
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The Works of Matthew Arnold: Culture & anarchy ... and Friendship's garland

Matthew Arnold - 1903
...perfection remains narrow and inadequate, although for what he did well he has been richly rewarded. Notwithstanding the mighty results of the Pilgrim...sweetness and light, and all that in human nature is most humane, were eminent, — accompanying them on their voyage, and think what intolerable company...
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The Works of Matthew Arnold, כרך 6

Matthew Arnold - 1903
...perfection remains narrow and inadequate, although for what he did well he has been richly rewarded. Notwithstanding the mighty results of the Pilgrim...figure to ourselves Shakspeare or Virgil, — souls in whpjm sweetness and light, and all that in human nature is most humane, were eminent, — accompanying...
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