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" At school, friendship is a passion. It entrances the being; it tears the soul. All loves of after-life can never bring its rapture, or its wretchedness; no bliss so absorbing, no pangs of jealousy or despair so crushing and so keen! What tenderness and... "
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
...to what set they are in, or what family they are of, how much they have a year, or where they live. Now on no spirit had the influence of Coningsby, already...passion. It entrances the being ; it tears the soul. All loves of after life can never bring its rapture, or its wretchedness ; no bliss so absorbing, no...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 80

1844
...beat with tumult.' The attachment of schoolboys is depicted in this piece of fantastic jargon : — ' At ' school, friendship is a passion. It entrances the being ; it ' tears the soul. All love of after life can never bring its rap' ture or its wretchedness ; no bliss so absorbing ;...
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THE EDINBURGH REVIEW OR CRITICAL JOURNAL FOR JULY, 1844....OCTOBER, 1844

LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, & LONGMANS - 1844
...beat with tumult.' The attachment of schoolboys is depicted in this piece of fantastic jargon : — ' At ' school, friendship is a passion. It entrances the being ; it * tears the soul. All love of after life can never bring its rap' ture or its wretchedness; no bliss so absorbing; no...
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The West of England Miscellany, Volume 1, Issue 1

Literature - 1844
...common sense, is deaf to the remonstrance of reason, and is blind to his own insignificance. GLEANINGS. At school friendship is a passion. It entrances the being ; it tears the soul. All loves of after life can never bring its rapture, or its wretchedness ; no bliss so absorbing, no...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 18

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1849
...180 181 quoted from his two prefaces. We have just opened " Coningsby," and this strikes our eye : " ce of treaties, why may it not be equally required of Hanover ? If it be an act All loves of after life can never bring its rapture, or its wretchedness ; no bliss so absorbing, no...
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The Novels & Tales of the Right Hon. B. Disraeli ...: Coningsby. Henrietta ...

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1866
...to what set they are in, or what family they are of, how much they have a-ycar, or where they live. Now, on no spirit had the influence of Coningsby,...passion. It entrances the being ; it tears the soul. All loves of after-life can never bring its rapture, or its wretchedness ; no bliss so absorbing, no...
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The life of Benjamin Disraeli

John McGilchrist - 1868 - 112 pages
...distortion." What sane man can set down the following, from " Coningsby," as aught but nonsense ? " At school friendship is a passion. It entrances the being ; it tears the soul. All love of after-life can never bring its rapture or its wretchedness ; no bliss so absorbing, no...
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Charlie Villars at Cambridge, Volume 1

George Loftus Tottenham - 1868
...and wandered dreamily back to his own rooms. 'At school,' Mr. Disraeli tells us in " Coningsby," ' friendship is a passion ; it entrances the being, it tears the soul. All love of after-life can never bring its rapture, or its wretchedness ; no bliss so absorbing, no...
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The crown of a life, by the author of 'Agnes Tremorne'.

1869
...And what is more passionate than a school friendship, either in boys or girls ? As Disraeli says : " At school, friendship is a passion. It entrances the being; it tears the soul. All loves of after-life can never bring its rapture or its -wretchedness ; no bliss so absorbing, no...
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Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, Volume 2

1870
...to what set they are in, or what family they are of, how much they have a-year, or where they live. Now, on no spirit had the influence of Coningsby,...one could suspect except its votary or its victim. what ecstatic present and romantic future; what bitter estrangements and what melting reconciliations;...
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