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" Was that very sin, — into which Adam precipitated himself and all his race, — was it the destined means by which, over a long pathway of toil and sorrow, we are to attain a higher, brighter, and profounder happiness, than our lost birthright gave... "
The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni - 246. oldal
szerző: Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1860
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The New Englander

1860
...which, over a long pathway of toil and sorrow, we are to attain a higher, brighter, and profoundcr happiness than our last birthright gave ? Will not...permitted existence of sin, as no other theory can f ' It is too dangerous, Miriam ! I cannot follow you,' repeated the sculptor. ' Mortal man has no...

New Englander and Yale Review, 18. kötet

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1860
...and all his race — was it the destined means by which, over a long pathway of toil and sorrow, \ve are to attain a higher, brighter, and profounder happiness...permitted existence of sin, as no other theory can f ' It is too dangerous, Miriam ! I cannot follow you,' repeated the sculptor. ' Mortal man has no...

Emanuel Swedenborg: His Life and Writings, 2. kötet

William White - 1867 - 604 oldal
...lost birthright gave ? Will not this idea account for the permitted " existence of sin, as no other can?" " It is too dangerous, Miriam ! I cannot follow...man has no right to tread on the ground where you set your feet." " Nathaniel Hawthorne's ' Transformation,' London ed. 1860, Vol. III. p. 233. " Here...

Emanuel Swedenborg: His Life and Writings, 2. kötet

William White - 1867
...of toil " and sorrow, we are to attain a higher, brighter, and profounder happiness, " than our lost birthright gave ? Will not this idea account for the permitted "existence of sin, as no other can?" " It is too dangerous, Miriam ! I cannot follow you I" repeated the sculptor. " Mortal man has...

Emanuel Swedenborg: His Life and Writings, 2. kötet

William White - 1867
...permitted " existence of sin, as no other can?" " It is too dangerous, Miriam ! I cannot follow yon !" repeated the sculptor. " Mortal man has no right to tread on the ground where you set yout feet." " Nathaniel Hawthorne's ' Transformation,' London ed. 1860, Vol. III. p. 233. " Here...

The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 6. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883
...pathway of toil and sorrow, we are to attain a higher, brighter, and profounder happiness, than our lost birthright gave ? Will not this idea account for the...you ! " repeated the sculptor. " Mortal man has no V right to tread on the ground where you now set your feet." " Ask Hilda what she thinks of it," said...

The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 6. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1888
...pathway of toil and sorrow, we are to attain a higher, brighter, and profounder happiness, than our lost birthright gave ? Will not this idea account for the...permitted existence of sin, as no other theory can 9' " It is too dangerous, Miriam ! I cannot follow yon I " repeated the sculptor. " Mortal man has...

The Scarlet Letter ; And, the Blithedale Romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1888 - 600 oldal
...pathway of toil and sorrow, we are to attain a higher, brighter, and profounder happiness, than our lost birthright gave ? Will not this idea account for the permitted existence of sin, as no other theory ran?" " It is too dangerous, Miriam! I cannot follow you ! " repeated the sculptor. " Mortal man has...

The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 6. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1894
...pathway of toil and sorrow, we are to attain higher, brighter, and profounder happiness, than our lost birthright gave ? Will not this idea account for the...you ! " repeated the sculptor. " Mortal man has no I right to tread on the ground where you now set your feet." " Ask Hilda what she thinks of it," said...

Authors' Birthdays: Containing Exercises for the Celebration of the ...

Charles William Bardeen - 1898 - 359 oldal
...precipitated himself and all his race — was it the destined means by which, over a long pathway of toll and sorrow, we are to attain a higher, brighter, and...the permitted existence of sin, as no other theory can8? IX One of the problems of the book is Hilda's desertion of Miriam. Miriam says to her : When...




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