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" Donatello tried it, over and over again, with many breaks, at first, and pauses of uncertainty ; then with more confidence, and a fuller swell, like a wayfarer groping out of obscurity into the light, and moving with freer footsteps as it brightens around... "
The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni - 24. oldal
szerző: Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1860
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Transformation: or, The romance of Monte Beni, 2. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1860 - 285 oldal
...brightens around him. Anon, his voice appeared to fill the air, yet not with an obtrusive clangour. The sound was of a murmurous character, soft, attractive,...intellect formed what we now call language. In this broad dialect—broad as the sympathies of nature—the human brother might have spoken to his inarticulate...

Traits of Character and Notes of Incident in Bible Story

Francis Jacox - 1873 - 494 oldal
...sound being of a murmurous character, soft, attractive, persuasive, friendly—a broad dialect, such as might have been the original voice and utterance of...the human intellect formed what we now call language ; and in which dialect, broad as the sympathies of nature, the human brother might have spoken to his...

The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 6. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883
...struck the auditor as at once the strangest and the most natural utterance that had ever reached his ears. Any idle boy, it should seem, singing to himself...that prowl the woods, or soar upon the wing, and have -J been intelligible to such extent as to win their confidence. The sound had its pathos too. At some...

The Scarlet Letter ; And, the Blithedale Romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1888 - 600 oldal
...struck the auditor as at once the strangest and the most natural utterance that had ever reached his ears. Any idle boy, it should seem, singing to himself...human brother might have spoken to his inarticulate brotherhoixl that prowl the woods, or soar upon the wing, and haw been intelligible to such extent...

The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni, 1. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1888 - 527 oldal
...struck the auditor as at once the strangest and the most natural utterance that had ever reached his ears. Any idle boy, it should seem, singing to himself...original voice and utterance of the natural man, before been intelligible to such extent as to win their confidence. The sound had its pathos too. At some...

The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni, 2. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1892
...struck the auditor as at once the strangest and the most natural utterance that had ever reached his ears. Any idle boy, it should seem, singing to himself...might have spoken to his inarticulate brotherhood that srowl the woods, or soar upon the wing, and hav« been intelligible to such extent as to win their...

The marble faun, or, The romance of Monte Beni

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1900
...struck the auditor as at once the strangest and the most natural utterance that had ever reached his ears. Any idle boy, it should seem, singing to himself...formed what we now call language. In this broad dialect — 50 broad as the sympathies of nature — the human brother might have spoken to his inarticulate...

Nathaniel Hawthorne: How to Know Him

George Edward Woodberry - 1918 - 242 oldal
...struck the auditor as at once the strangest and the most natural utterance that had ever reached his ears. Any idle boy, it should seem, singing to himself...intellect formed what we now call language. In this broad dialect—broad as the sympathies of nature—the human brother might have spoken to his inarticulate...

Individual and Community: Variations on a Theme in American Fiction

Kenneth Huntress Baldwin, David Kirby - 1975 - 222 oldal
...substituted in the place of sign and symbol" (77-78), this creature is free of the burden of interpretation. "Before the sophistication of the human intellect formed what we now call language" (248), the world interpreted itself "without the aid of words" (258). In the place of language which...

Novels

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1983 - 1272 oldal
...brightens around him. Anon, his voice appeared to fill the air, yet not with an obtrusive clangour. The sound was of a murmurous character, soft, attractive,...brotherhood that prowl the woods, or soar upon the wind, and have been intelligible, to such extent as to win their confidence. The sound had its pathos...
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