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" To trace love's faint beginnings in mankind, To know even hate is but a mask of love's, To see a good in evil, and a hope In ill-success ; to sympathize, be proud Of their half-reasons, faint aspirings, dim Struggles for truth, their poorest fallacies,... "
Robert Browning's Poetical Works: Paracelsus. Strafford - Página 176
por Robert Browning - 1888
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Papers, Partes1-4

Browning Society (London, England) - 1881 - 610 páginas
...fears, and cares, and doubts ; Which all touch upon nobleness, despite Their error, all tend upwardly, though weak, Like plants in mines which never saw...get to him, — All this I knew not, and I failed." Had he then failed in this respect, or had he not Î If he failed, — and I am unable to regard these...
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The Modern review, a quarterly magazine (ed. by R.A. Armstrong)., Volumen1

Richard Acland Armstrong - 1881 - 902 páginas
...fears and cares and doubts ; Which all touch upon nobleness ; despite Their error, all tend upwardly, though weak, Like plants in mines which never saw...may be, And do their best to climb and get to him."* She says, speaking of Mr. Biley, one of her objectionable Mudport Philistines — " Plotting covetousness...
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The Modern Review, Volumen2

1881 - 892 páginas
...fears and cares and doubts ; Which all touch upon nobleness ; despite Their error, all tend upwardly, though weak, Like plants in mines which never saw...may be, And do their best to climb and get to him."* She says, speaking of Mr. Eiley, one of her objectionable Mudport Philistines — " Plotting covetousness...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volumen46

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1882 - 556 páginas
...much power always much more love." (P. 194.) Paracelsus confesses that he saw no good in man, " .... and why ? In my own heart love had not been made wise...may be, And do their best to climb and get to him, AU this I knew not, and I failed." . (P. 195.) It is this love of mankind, even in its meanest and...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volumen46

1882 - 520 páginas
...no good in man, " .... and why ! In my own heart love had not been made wise To trace love's feint beginnings in mankind, To know even hate is but a...may be, And do their best to climb and get to him, AU this I knew not, and I failed." (P. 195.) It is this love of mankind, even in its meanest and most...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volumen46

1882 - 612 páginas
...fallacies, Their prejudice and fears, and cares and doubts, All with a touch of nobleness, despite Then- error, upward tending all though weak, Like plants...and get to him, All this I knew not, and I failed." \L . lyo. ) It is this love of mankind, even in its meanest and most degraded forms, that accounts...
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Good Words, Volumen24

1883 - 876 páginas
...man's half-reasons, faint aspirings, dim Struggles for truth, his poorest fallacies, His prejudices, fears and cares and doubts. All with a touch of nobleness,...may be, And do their best to climb, and get to him." * Proclaiming, therefore, in the name of faith, and formulating in the name of science, the Divine...
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Sunday talk (ed. by C. Church).

Cyril Church - 1883 - 854 páginas
...fears and cares and doubts Which all touch upon nobleness, despite Their error ; all tend upwardly, though weak, Like plants in mines, which never saw...may be, And do their best to climb and get to him.' " Proclaiming, therefore, in the name of faith, and formulating in the name of science, the Divine...
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Addresses delivered on various occasions

Francis Pigou - 1883 - 254 páginas
...highest attainable: we can only set it before us as a copy and exemplar. " As plants or vines that never saw the sun, But dream of Him, and guess where He may be, And do their best to get to Him." The great thing for us is to be real. It is the decision of the heart that gives decision...
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Good words, ed. by N. Macleod

Norman Macleod - 1883 - 946 páginas
...despite Tbeir error, upward tending all, though weak ; Like plants in raines which never saw the sun, Hut dream of him, and guess where he may be, And do their best to climb, and get to him." * Proclaiming, therefore, in the name of Mi, and formulating in the name of science, Ле Divine laws...
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