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Coningsby, Or, The New Generation - Page 17
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1844 - 159 pages
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A new key to the characters in Coningsby, Volume 1

1844
...inmost thoughts ; what ecstatic present and romantic future ; what bitter estrangements and what melting reconciliations; what scenes of wild recrimination,...mystic passages of their young emotion, that makes grey-haired men mourn over the memory of their schoolboy days. It is a spell that can soften the acerbity...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 18

American literature - 1849
...inmost thoughts; what ecstatic present and romantic future ; what bitter estrangements and what melting reconciliations ; what scenes of wild recrimination,...that simple phrase — a school-boy's friendship!" Does the Minerva press groan nnder the weight of trash more intolerable than these "earthquakes of...
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The West of England Miscellany, Volume 1, Issue 1

Literature - 1844
...; what bitter estrangements and what melting reconciliations ; what scenes of wild recriminations, agitating explanations, passionate correspondence...what frantic sensibility ; what earthquakes of the bean and whirlwinds of the soul are confined in that simple phrase — a schoolboy's friendship ! 'Tis...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 80

1844
...absorbing ; no pangs of ' despair so keen : what insane sensitiveness; what frantic sensi' bility ; what earthquakes of the heart and whirlwinds of the ' soul are confined in the single phrase — a schoolboy's friend* ship \ ' The only resemblance that we have ever met to...
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THE EDINBURGH REVIEW OR CRITICAL JOURNAL FOR JULY, 1844....OCTOBER, 1844

LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, & LONGMANS - 1844
...absorbing; no pangs of ' despair so keen : what insane sensitiveness; what frantic sensi* bility ; what earthquakes of the heart and whirlwinds of the ' soul are confined in the single phrase — a schoolboy's friend' ship ! ' The only resemblance that we have ever met to...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 18

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1849
...reconciliations ; what scenes of wild recrimination, agitating explanations, passionate correspondence; tchat insane sensitiveness and what frantic sensibility;...in that simple phrase— a school-boy's friendship !" Does the Minerva press groan under the weight of trash more intolerable than these " earthquakes...
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The Novels & Tales of the Right Hon. B. Disraeli ...: Coningsby. Henrietta ...

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1866
...inmost thoughts ; what ecstatic present and romantic future ; what bitter estrangements and what melting reconciliations ; what scenes of wild recrimination,...mystic passages of their young emotion that makes grey-haired men mourn over the memory of their schoolboy days. It is a spell that can soften the acerbity...
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Charlie Villars at Cambridge, Volume 1

George Loftus Tottenham - 1868
...thoughts ; what ecstatic present, and romantic future ; what bitter estrangements, and what melting reconciliations ; what scenes of wild recrimination,...that simple phrase, — a schoolboy's friendship.' All this may be said with equal truth of many, perhaps not of most, University friendships. Half the...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 10

Robert Vaughan - 1849
...reconciliations; what scenes of wild recrimination, agitating explanations, passionate corrrespondence; what insane sensitiveness and what frantic sensibility;...that simple phrase — a schoolboy's friendship!' Does the Minerva Press groan under the weight of trash more intolerable than these ' earthquakes of...
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The life of Benjamin Disraeli

John McGilchrist - 1868 - 112 pages
...never bring its rapture or its wretchedness ; no bliss so absorbing, no pangs of despair so keen ! What insane sensitiveness, and what frantic sensibility!...heart, and whirlwinds of the soul, are confined in the single phrase — a schoolboy friendship t " The same ludicrous inflation frequently extended to...
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