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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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The Englishwoman in India

Maud Diver - 1909 - 318 páginas
...nobleness, despite Their error ; upward-tending all, though weak, Like plants in mines that never see the sun, But dream of him, and guess where he may be, And do their best to climb and get to him." —BROWNING. INTRODUCTION. OF Indian women in general, — of their woes, their strivings and their...
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The Englishwoman in India

Maud Diver - 1909 - 328 páginas
...nobleness, despite Their error ; upward-tending all, though weak, Like plants in mines that never see the sun, But dream of him, and guess where he may be, And do their best to climb and get to him." —BROWNING. INTRODUCTION. OF Indian women in general, — of their woes, their strivings and their...
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Browning: Biographical Notes, Appreciations, and Selections from His "Fifty ...

Robert Browning - 1910 - 134 páginas
...snail's on the thorn : God's in his heaven — All's right with the world ! Pippa — Pippa Passes In my own heart love had not been made wise To trace...and get to him. All this I knew not, and I failed. Paracelsus — Paracelsus Whereat the hero, who was truth itself, Let out the smile again, repressed...
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Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher

Sir Henry Jones - 1912 - 378 páginas
...man " sees a good In_ Y jevilt ancTji hope_ jn ill success^' and recognizes that mankind are "_All with a touch of nobleness, despite Their error, upward...where he may be, And do their best to climb and get to him."1 " All this I Jcnew npt^l adds_£aracelsus, "and I Jailed. Let men take the lesson and press...
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The Methodist Review, Volumen63;Volumen85

1903 - 1038 páginas
...conception of a Redeemer was but vague and indefinite, it was the search of a soul for a Messiah. It was Like plants in mines which never saw the sun, But...may be, And do their best to climb and get to him. Browning gives David a similar vision in "Saul," only a little more developed: 'Tis the weakness in...
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Robert Browning: the Poet and the Man

Frances Mary Walters Sim - 1912 - 148 páginas
...early failure he learned sympathy with humanity who are but like : " Plants in mines which never see the sun, But dream of him and guess where he may be, And do their best to climb and get to him." The poem of " Paracelsus " reflects the uprise of the emotion of faith, from the child's first perception...
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The Outcastes' Hope: Or, Work Among the Depressed Classes in India

Godfrey Edward Phillips - 1912 - 202 páginas
...determination have fixed upon the Christian religion as their objective, " Like plants in mines which never see the sun, But dream of him and guess where he may be, And do their best to climb and get to him." Very deep was the mine in which the outcastes found 1 The Government census counts more Indian Christians...
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The Romance of Evolution, and Its Relation to Religion

John Calvin Kimball - 1913 - 346 páginas
...indications from the very start, crude though it be, of a genuine spiritual faculty in our human nature: "Like plants in mines which never saw the sun But...may be, And do their best to climb and get to him." But this faculty, how did it originate, how is its existence a proof in any way of an actual objective...
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The Faith of All Sensible People

David Alec Wilson - 1913 - 170 páginas
...ignorance and romance and superstition, the people of Europe have long been " like plants and vines that never saw the sun, but dream of him, and guess where...may be, and do their best to climb and get to him." This was the metaphor that Goethe loved. He feared at first that the French Revolution might retard...
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The Underlying Principles of Modern Legislation

William Jethro Brown - 1914 - 344 páginas
...aspirings, dim .••'•. -Struggles for truth, their poorest fallacies, .•/*'•/• Their prejudices and fears and cares and doubts ; All with a touch...may be, And do their best to climb, and get to him." I have known — who has not known? — of one who cheated his customers, yet could fight like a man...
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