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" Here, it is torpor — not absolute suffering,— not starvation or disease, but darkness of calm enduring ; the spring known only as the time of the scythe, and the autumn as the time of the sickle, and the sun only as a warmth, the wind as a chill,... "
Alpine Flowers for English Gardens - Seite 89
von William Robinson - 1870 - 392 Seiten
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Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - 1868 - 479 Seiten
...suffered only by torpor, or by anguish of soul. Here, it is torpor — not absolute suffering,— not starvation or disease, but darkness of calm enduring...much as the name of beauty, or of knowledge. They under stand dimly that of virtue. Love, patience, hospitality, faith, — these things they know. To...
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Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - 1871 - 440 Seiten
...suffered only by torpor, or by anguish of soul. Here, it is torpor — not absolute suffering, — not starvation or disease, but darkness of calm enduring...the sun only as a warmth, the wind as a chill, and thp mountains as a danger. They do not understand so much as the name of beauty, or of knowledge. They...
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Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - 1884 - 479 Seiten
...suffered only by torpor, or by anguish of soul. Here, it is torpor — not absolute suffering, — not starvation or disease, but darkness of calm enduring...warmth, the wind as a chill, and the mountains as a clanger. They do not understand so much as the name of beauty, or of knowledge. They under stand dimly...
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Works, Band 4

John Ruskin - 1887
...suffered only by torpor, or by anguish of soul. Here,'it is torpor — not absolute suffering, — not starvation or disease, but darkness of calm enduring...the mountains as a danger. They do not understand BO much as the name of beauty, or of knowledge. They understand dimly that of virtue. Lore, patience,...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H. Warner, Edward Cornelius Towne - 1897
...that is suffered only by torpor, or by anguish of soul. Here it is torpor: not absolute suffering, not starvation or disease, but darkness of calm enduring;...the wind as a chill, and the mountains as a danger. The}' do not understand so much as the name of beauty, or of knowledge. They understand dimly that...
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Frondes Agrestes

John Ruskin - 1904 - 184 Seiten
...suffered only by torpor, or by anguish of soul. Here, it is torpor — not absolute suffering — not starvation or disease; but darkness of calm enduring:...spring, known only as the time of the scythe, and the autumu as the time of the sickle, and the sun only as a warmth, the wind as a chill, and the mountains...
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The Realistic Imagination: English Fiction from Frankenstein to Lady Chatterly

George Levine - 1983 - 357 Seiten
...suffered only by torpor, or by anguish of soul. Here, it is torpor — not absolute suffering — not starvation or disease, but darkness of calm enduring;...understand so much as the name of beauty, or of knowledge. [P. 388] It is nature despiritualized, de-Ruskinized, hiding, as for George Eliot, human misery. The...
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Realismustheorien in England (1692-1919)

Walter F. Greiner, Fritz Kemmler - 1997 - 230 Seiten
...sozialhistorischen Abhandlung Modern Painters gegen idealisierende Vorstellungen iiber das Leben der Bergbauern. "They do not understand so much as the name of beauty, or of knowledge. [. . .]For them, there is neither hope nor passion of spirit; for them neither advance nor exultation....
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the month and catholic review

The Month and Catholic review - 1881
...and what has been said in reproach of the Swiss, will no doubt be repeated of them, that "spring is known only as the time of the scythe, and the autumn as the time of the sickle, and the sun only as warmth, and the wind only as a chill, and the mountain as a fortress." Such an utilitarian conception...
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