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" He had, to a morbid excess, that desire to rise which is vulgarly called ambition, but no wish for the esteem or the love of his species; only the hard wish to succeed— not shine, not serve— succeed, that he might have the right to despise a world... "
The Caxtons - 136. oldal
szerző: Edward George E.L. Bulwer- Lytton (1st baron.) - 1854
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Hurry-graphs; Or, Sketches of Scenery, Celebrities and Society, Taken from Life

Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1851 - 364 oldal
...had, to a morbid excess, that desire to rise which is vulgarly called ambition, but no wish for the esteem or the love of his species ; only the hard...to despise a world which galled his self-conceit. " We have suggested the influence of his aims and vicissitudes upon his literature. It was more conspicuous...

Hurry-graphs; Or, Sketches of Scenery, Celebrities and Society, Taken from Life

Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1851 - 364 oldal
...a morbid excess, that desire to rise which is vulgarly called ambition, but no wish for •" ^ the esteem or the love of his species; only the hard wish to succeed—not shine, not serve—succeed, that he might have the right to despise a world which galled...

Tales of Mystery, Imagination, & Humour; and Poems, 456. kötet

Edgar Allan Poe - 1852 - 479 oldal
...morbid excess, that desire to rise which is vulgarly called ambition, but no wish for the esteem of the love of his species ; only the hard wish to succeed...to despise a world which galled his self-conceit. TALES OF MYSTERY. 1. What ho ! what ho ! this fellow Is dancing mad He hath been bitten by the Tarantula....

Tales of Mystery, Imagination, & Humour: And Poems

Edgar Allan Poe - 1852 - 256 oldal
...ambition, but no wish for the esteem of the love of his species: only the hard wish to succeed—not shine, not serve— succeed, that he might have the right to despise a world which galled his self-ooncoit. 'TALES OF MYSTERY. what ho! what ho! this fellow is dancing mad ' lie hath been bitten...

The Works of the Late Edgar Allan Poe, 1. kötet

Edgar Allan Poe, Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1853
...morbid excess, that desire to rise which is vulgarly called ambition, but no wish for the esteem of the love of his species ; only the hard wish to succeed...to despise a world which galled his self-conceit. THE UNPARALLELED ADVENTURE OF ONE HANS PFAALL. With a heart of furious fancies, Whereof I am commander,...

The Caxtons; Zicci; The Haunted and the Haunters Or the House and the Brain

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1856 - 327 oldal
...self-confidence into an arrogance that turned his very claims to admiration into prejudices ngainst him. Irascible, envious, arrogant — bad enough,...nervous life in him seemed to crave. Such were the the savage Scandinavian, or the ruthless Frank, lay the germs of a Sidney or a Bayard. What would the...

The Works of the Late Edgar Allan Poe: With a Memoir

Edgar Allan Poe, Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1857
...morbid excess, that desire to rise which is vulgarly called ambition, but no wish for the esteem of the love of his species ; only the hard wish to succeed — not shine, not serve — succeed, that be migbt have the right to despise a world which galled his self-conceit THE UNPARALLELED ADVENTURE...

The works of Edgar Allan Poe [with a mem. by R.W. Griswold].

Edgar Allan Poe - 1865
...morbid excess, that desire to rise which is "ulgarly called ambition, but no wish for the esteem of the love of his species ; only the hard wish to succeed...to despise a world which galled his self-conceit. ' We have suggested the influence of his aims and vicissitudes upon his literature. It was more conspicuous...

The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, 1. kötet

Edgar Allan Poe - 1871
...morbid excess, that desire to rise which is vulgarly called ambition, but no wish for the esteem of the love of his species ; only the hard wish to succeed — not shine, not servt — succeed, that he might have the right to despise a world which galled his self-conceit. THE...

The works of Edgar Allan Poe, ed. by J.H. Ingram. Complete ed, 1. kötet

Edgar Allan Poe - 1874
...had, to a morbid excess, that desire to rise which is vulgarly called ambition, but no wish for the esteem or the love of his species ; only the hard wish to succeed — not shine, nor serve — succeed, that he might have the right to despise a world which galled his self-conceit....




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