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" ... day. It is in these moments that we gaze upon the moon. It is in these moments that Nature becomes our Egeria; and, refreshed and renovated by this beautiful communion, we return to the world better enabled to fight our parts in the hot war of passions,... "
Young England: Being Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil, Tancred - Page 164
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1904
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The People's Library, Volume 2

English fiction - 1842
...in these moments that we sit by the side of a waterfall, and listen to its music the livelong day. It is in these moments that we gaze upon the moon....moments that nature becomes our Egeria; and refreshed anil renovated by this beautiful communion, we return to the world, better enabled to fight our parts...
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Vivian Grey

Benjamin Disraeli - 1853 - 487 pages
...in these moments that we sit by the side of a waterfall and listen to its music the live-long day. It is in these moments that we gaze upon the moon....becomes our Egeria; and, refreshed and renovated by this Were I a metaphysician, I would tell you why Vivian Grey had been gazing two hours on the moon ; for...
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Saint Pauls [afterw.] The Saint Pauls magazine, ed. by A. Trollope, Volume 3

Anthony Trollope - 1869
...consequences, save his own prosperity." Yiviau himself refers once to some kind of study as assisting us "to fight our parts in the hot war of passions, to...created, — to love, to hate, to slander, and to slay." A philosophy too Swiftian to be found in the mouth of a boy ! We have not yet, however, said all that...
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The Saint Pauls Magazine, Volume 3

Anthony Trollope - 1869
...consequences, save his own prosperity." Vivian himself refers -once to some kind of study as assisting us " to fight our parts in the hot war of passions, to...created, — to love, to hate, to slander, and to slay." A philosophy too Swiftian to be found in the mouth of a boy ! We have not yet, however, said all that...
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Lord Beaconsfield: A Study

Georg Brandes - 1880 - 382 pages
...vision. In " Vman Grey," Disraeli calls Nature the " Egeria of man," and adds with bitter humour: " Refreshed and renovated by this beautiful communion,...passions, to perform the great duties for which man appeared to have been created—to love, to hate, to slander, and to slay." * It cannot be denied that...
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Novels and tales. (Hughenden ed.)

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1881
...of a waterfall and listen to its music the live-long day. It is in these moments that we gaze npon the moon. It is in these moments that Nature becomes...passions, to perform the great duties for which man appeared to have been created, to love, to hate, to slander, and to slay. It was past midnight, and...
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Vivian Grey

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1900
...in these moments that we sit by the side of a waterfall and listen to its music the live-long day. It is in these moments that we gaze upon the moon. It is in those moments that Nature our Egoria ; and, refreshed and renovated by this \ beautiful communion,...
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Vivian Grey

Benjamin Disraeli - British - 1901 - 487 pages
...in these moments that we sit by the side of a waterfall and listen to its music the live- long day. It is in these moments that we gaze upon the moon....passions, to perform the great duties for which man appeared to have been created, to love, to hate, to slander, and to slay. It was past midnight, and...
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