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" Fact in the midst of which we live and struggle, is as a heavenly bride and conquest to the wise and brave, to them who can discern her behests and do them; a destroying fiend to them who cannot. Answer her riddle, it is well with thee. Answer it not,... "
The Southern Quarterly Review - 315. oldal
Szerkesztette: - 1850
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The Carlyle Anthology: Selected and Arranged

Edward Barrett - 1881 - 386 oldal
...Existence, howsoever we name this grand unnamable Fact in the midst of which we live and struggle, is as a heavenly bride and conquest to the wise and brave,...answer itself; the solution for thee is a thing of teeth and claws; Nature is a dumb lioness, deaf to thy pleadings, fiercely devouring. Thou art not...

Ideals of Life, Or, Wisdom of the Ages: A Series of Wholesome, Practical ...

Osgood Eaton Fuller - 1881 - 600 oldal
...existence, howsoever we name this great unnamable fact in the midst of which we live and struggle, is as a heavenly bride and conquest to the wise and brave,...riddle, it is well with thee. Answer it not, pass on re* garding it not, it will answer itself: the solution of it is a thing of teeth and claws. Nature...

the ethics of love

a leading physician - 1881
...not answer she destroyed them ! Such a Sphinx is this Life of ours, to all men and societies of men Answer her riddle, it is well with thee. Answer it...answer itself; the solution for thee is a thing of teeth and claws."—Past and Present. CAKLYLE. for its solution or our own dissolution. The Sphynx...

Works, 4. kötet

Thomas Carlyle - 1885
...Existence, howsoever we name this grand unuameable Fact in the midst of which we live and struggle, is as a heavenly bride and conquest to the wise and brave,...answer itself ; the solution for thee is a thing of teeth and claws ; Nature is a dumb lioness, deaf to thy pleadings, fiercely devouring. Thou art not...

The Romance of Life Preservation

James Burnley - 1888 - 473 oldal
...existence, howsoever we name this great Unnameable fact in the midst of which we live and struggle, is as a heavenly bride and conquest to the wise and brave,...regarding it not, it will answer itself : the solution of it is a thing of teeth and claws. Nature is a dumb lioness, deaf to thy pleadings, fiercely devouring....

Dominion Illustrated Monthly, 2. kötet

1893
...asks daily, in mild voice, yet with a terrible significance : ' Knowest thou the meaning of this Day?' Answer her riddle, it is well with thee. Answer it...answer itself ; the solution for thee is a thing of teeth and claws. " Here, in this half chaotic new country, man is again face to face with the hour...

Morality in Doctrine

William Bright - 1892 - 351 oldal
...daily, ' Knowest thou the meaning of this day ; what thou canst do to-day, — wisely attempt to do ? Answer her riddle, it is well with thee. Answer it...not, pass on regarding it not, it will answer itself" to thy destruction. Let us put the thought into the language of Scripture. " To-day harden not your...

The people's edition of Thomas Carlyle's works. 37 vols. Wanting, 14. kötet

Thomas Carlyle - 1896
...Existence, howsoever we name this grand unnamable Fact in the midst of which we live and struggle, is as a heavenly bride and conquest to the wise and brave,...answer itself ; the solution for thee is a thing of teeth and claws ; Nature is a dumb lioness, deaf to thy pleadings, fiercely devouring. Thou art not...

Past and present

Thomas Carlyle - 1897
...Existence, howsoever we name this grand unnamable Fact in the midst of which we live and struggle, is as a heavenly bride and conquest to the wise and brave,...answer itself ; the solution for thee is a thing of teeth and claws ; Nature is a dumb lioness, deaf to thy pleadings, fiercely devouring. Thou art not...

History of Friedrich the Second: Called Frederick the Great, 6. kötet

Thomas Carlyle - 1897
...Existence, howsoever we name this grand unnamable Fact in the midst of which we live and struggle, is as a heavenly bride and conquest to the wise and brave,...answer itself ; the solution for thee is a thing of teeth and claws ; Nature is a dumb lioness, deaf to thy pleadings, fiercely devouring. Thou art not...




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