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One would imagine that books were , like women , the worse for being old ; that they have a pleasure in being read for the first time ; that they open their leaves more cordially ; that the spirit of enjoyment wears out with the spirit ...
If any man be laborious in reading and study and yet idle in business and action , it groweth from some weakness of body or softness of spirit ; such as Seneca speaketh of : Quidam tam sunt umbratiles , ut putent in turbido esse ...
Nor will those who understand the real spirit of his scepticism , be surprised to hear that one of his companions was the Bible . He valued it for the beauty of some of its contents , for the dignity of ...
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I came across a most unusual book. It had no author, editor, or translator, but it did have notes and an index of nearly 30 pages. The Book Lovers’ Anthology found its way to publication when compiled ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
EMERSON RALPH WALDO 180382
DILLON WENTWORTH EARL OF ROSCOMMON 1633 ?85
NORTON CAROLINE ELIZABETH SARAH LADY STIRLINGMAXWELL
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