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" ... comes of the stock of the Guarini of Italy, or that one counts among one's ancestors a Bishop of Senlis, who had the marshalling of the French order of battle on the day of Bouvines. Le Cayla was a solitary place, with its terrace looking down upon... "
Maurice and Eugénie de Guérin, a monograph - Page 23
1870
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The Living Age ..., Volume 78

1863
...solitary place, with its terrace looking down upon a stream-bed and valley ; " one may pass days there without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds." M. de Guerin, Eugenie's father, lost his wife when Eugenie was thirteen years old, and Maurice seven...
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Essays in Criticism, Volume 1

Matthew Arnold - Criticism - 1875 - 440 pages
...solitary place, with its terrace looking down upon a stream-bed and valley ; ' one may pass days there without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds.' M. de Gue"rin, Eugenie's father, lost his wife when Euge'nie was thirteen years old, and Maurice seven...
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Child-life and Girlhood of Remarkable Women: A Series of Chapters from ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - Women - 1883 - 350 pages
...and her brother, and that she had a strong natural love of the country, which reconciled her to the monotony of life at Le Cay la, " where they passed...sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds." From her " Journal" I gather a few extracts which will illustrate her love of rural sights and sounds,...
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Child-life and Girlhood of Remarkable Women: A Series of Chapters from ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - Women - 1883 - 350 pages
...had a strong natural love of the country, which reconciled her to the monotony of life at Le Cayla, " where they passed days without seeing any living thing...sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds." From her " Journal " I gather a few extracts which will illustrate her love of rural sights and sounds,...
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Child-life and Girlhood of Remarkable Women: A Series of Chapters from ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - Women - 1895 - 350 pages
...of the country, which reconciled her to the monotony of life at Lc Cay la, " where they passed Hays without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds." From her " Journal" I gather a few extracts which will illustrate her love of rural sights and sounds,...
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Varia

Agnes Repplier - Literature - 1897 - 232 pages
...thinking and homely household duties. At Le Cayla, the lonely Languedoc chateau, where " one could pass days without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds," the young Frenchwoman found in her diary companionship and mental stimulus, a link to bind her day...
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Her Infinite Variety: A Feminine Portrait Gallery

Edward Verrall Lucas - English literature - 1908 - 371 pages
...solitary place, with its terrace looking down upon a stream-bed and valley ; " one may pass days there without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds." M. de Guerin, Eugenie's father, lost his^ wife when Eugenie was thirteen years old, and Maurice seven...
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Essays by Matthew Arnold: Including Essays in Criticism, 1865, On ...

Matthew Arnold, Francis William Newman - English essays - 1914 - 487 pages
...solitary place, with its terrace looking down upon a stream bed and valley ; ' one may pass days there without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds.' M. de Guerin, Eugenie's father, 10 lost his wife when Eugenie was thirteen years old, and Maurice seven...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 79

American literature - 1897
...thinking and homely household duties. At Le Cayla, the lonely Languedoc chateau, where " one could pass days without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds," the young Frenchwoman found in her diary companionship and mental stimulus, a link to bind her day...
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Lectures and Essays in Criticism

Matthew Arnold - Literary Criticism - 1962 - 578 pages
...solitary place, with its 10 terrace looking down upon a stream-bed and valley; "one may pass days there without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds." M. de Guerin, Eugenie's father, lost his wife when Eugenie was thirteen years old, and Maurice seven;...
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