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" Was the crime — in which he and I were wedded — was it a blessing, in that strange disguise ? Was it a means of education, bringing a simple and imperfect nature to a point of feeling and intelligence which it could have reached under no other discipline... "
The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni - 245. oldal
szerző: Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1860
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Transformation: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni, 3. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1860
...deeper sense, so much the same! He has travelled in a circle, as all things heavenly and earthly do, and now comes back to his original self, with an inestimable...from an experience of pain. How wonderful is this I I tremble at my own thoughts, yet must needs probe them to their depths. Was the crime— in which...

Transformation: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1861 - 400 oldal
...deeper sense, so much the same ! He has travelled in a circle, as all things heavenly and earthly do, and now comes back to his original self, with an inestimable...must needs probe them to their depths. Was the crime — iu which ho and I were 24—2 wedded — was it a blessing in that strange disguise ? Was it a...

Hawthorne's Works, 10. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1888
...deeper sense, so much the same ! He has travelled in a circle, as all things heavenly and earthly do, and now comes back to his original self, with an inestimable...them to their depths. Was the crime — in which he .and.I were wed-_ ded — was it a blessing, in that strange disguise ? Was it a means ot education,...

The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne: The marble faun. [c1888

1888
...deeper sense, so much the same ! He has travelled in a circle, as all things! heavenly and earthly do, and now comes back to his original self, with an inestimable...of improvement won from an experience of pain. How wonder-J ful is this ! I tremble at my own thoughts, yet must needs probe them to their depths. Was...

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

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1892
...deeper sense, so much the same ! {_He has travelled in a circle, as all things heavenly and earthly do, and now comes back to his original self, with an inestimable...treasure of improvement won from an experience of pajn.j How wonderful is this ! I tremble at my own tlioughts, yet must needs probe them to their depths....

The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 6. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1897
...deeper sense, so much the same ! He has travelled in a circle, as all things > heavenly and earthly do, and now comes back to his original self, with an inestimable treasure of improve- /V ment won from an experience of pain. How wonderful is this ! I tremble at my own thoughts,...

The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1901 - 545 oldal
...being an accomplice ? " He [Donatello] travels in a circle, as all things heavenly and earthly do, and now comes back to his original self with an inestimable treasure of improvement, won from experience and pain." In a state of innocence, man is in perfect harmony with the purpose of his existence;...

Book News, 23. kötet

1905
...in whom the soul is awakened or born through the mediums of trouble and sin ; and, as Miriam says, "comes back to his original self, with an inestimable...treasure of improvement won from an experience of pain." The third example of the character in fiction with abnormal characteristics, which is well known to...

The Writer, 31-32. kötet

1919
...deeper sense, so much the same ! He has traveled in a circle, as all things heavenly and earthly do, and now •comes back to his original self, with an...probe them to their depths. Was the crime — in which lie and I were wedded — was it a blessing, in that strange disguise ? Was it a means of education,...

Nathaniel Hawthorne: Tradition and Revolution

Charles Swann - 1991 - 284 oldal
...deeper sense, so much the same! He has travelled in a circle, as all things heavenly and earthly do, and now comes back to his original self, with an inestimable...treasure of improvement won from an experience of pain . . . Was the crime - in which he and I were wedded - was it a blessing in that strange disguise? Was...
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