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" Never in any equal number of months had my understanding so much expanded as during this visit to Laxton. The incessant demand made upon me by Lady Carbery for solutions of the many difficulties besetting the study of divinity and the Greek Testament,... "
Memorials: And Other Papers - Side 82
af Thomas De Quincey - 1856
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Christian Remembrancer: Or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Bind 29–30

1855 - 1390 sider
...the shortest. And hence, perhaps, it, may be, that in the middle ages by the monkish word scholnris was meant indifferently he that learned and he that...into a preternatural tension of all the faculties iplicable to that purpose. Lady Carhcry insisted upon calling me her Admirable Crichton ; " and it...
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Beauties

Thomas De Quincey - 1862 - 452 sider
...hence, perhaps, it may be, that in the middle ages by the monkish word scholaris was meant indiiferently he that learned and he that taught. Never in any equal number of months did my understanding so much expand as during this visit to Laxton. The incessant demand made upon...
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Beauties: Selected from the Writings of Thomas De Quincey

Thomas De Quincey - 1877 - 440 sider
...the shortest. And hence, perhaps, it may be, that in the middle ages by the monkish word scholaris was meant indifferently he that learned and he that taught. Never in any equal number of months did my understanding so much expand as during this visit to Laxton. The incessant demand made upon...
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A Manual of English Prose Literature: Biographical and Critical, Designed ...

William Minto - 1881 - 596 sider
...arising from his habitual use of periodic suspensions. To take two examples from his Sketches : — "Never in any equal number of months had my understanding...so much expanded as during this visit to Laxton." When we throw this out of the elaborately periodic form, we, as it were, relax the tension of the mind,...
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A biographical history of English literature

John Daniel Morell - 1885 - 530 sider
...precedes its nominative, and the usual arrangement of the other words is changed. Thus he says :— " Never in any equal number of months had my understanding...much expanded as during this visit to Laxton." The following is a typical example of his style : — A DREAM. The dream commenced with a music which I...
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The Foundations of Rhetoric

Adams Sherman Hill - 1892 - 360 sider
...physics and my metaphysics alike ; upon all lines of advance, in short, that interested my ambition. II. Never in any equal number of months had my understanding so much expanded as during this visit to Laxton.2 Equally, in fact, as regarded my physics and my metaphysics ; in short, upon all lines of...
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A Manual of English Prose Literature: Biographical and Critical, Designed ...

William Minto - 1892 - 584 sider
...of periodic suspensions. To take two examples from his Sketches : — " Never in any equal numlicr of months had my understanding so much expanded as during this visit to Laxtou." When we throw this out of tlie elaborately periodic form, we, as it were, relax the tension...
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