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" ... very tangible advantages, too — I do not think the present occupants make, the house as pleasant as their fathers did, and for the very simple reason that they never try. "Indifferentism is the tone of the day. No one must be eager, pleased, displeased,... "
The Life of Charles Lever - 310. oldal
szerző: William John Fitz-Patrick - 1879 - 440 oldal
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Blackwood's Magazine, 96. kötet

1864
...do not think the present occupants make the house as pleasant as their fathers did, and for the very simple reason, that they never try. Indifferentism...nothing obliges you to applaud or even approve of it. This is the theory, and we have been most successful in reducing it to practice. We are immensely bored,...

Church and State review, ed. by archdeacon Denison, 5. kötet

George Anthony Denison - 1864
...not think the present occupants make, the house as pleasant as their fathers did, and for the very simple reason that they never try. "Indifferentism...nothing obliges you to applaud, or even approve of it. This is the theory, and we have been most successful in reducing it to practice. We are immensely bored,...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 96. kötet

1864
...do not think the present occupants make the house as pleasant as their fathers did, and for the very simple reason, that they never try. Indifferentism...as a tiresome sort of thing, but which is far too nmch beneath one to be thought of seriously — a wearisome performance, which good manners require...




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