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" The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke than if the last ball only had been struck, and sent flying? Oh, could I (with the Timeannihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Beginnings to the Endings,... "
The philosophy of necessity; or The law of consequences, as applicable to ... - Page 114
by Charles Bray - 1841
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Twelve Centuries of English Poetry and Prose, Volume 2

English literature - 1910
...eyes, from the near moving-cause, to its far-distant Mover: The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke...unsealed, and thy heart set flaming in the Light-sea of s Ar ancient tradition. Cp. p. 228, note 30. i1 stone-quarry 10 See p. 321, note 8. celestial wonder!...
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Twelve Centuries of English Poetry and Prose

Alphonso Gerald Newcomer - English literature - 1910 - 756 pages
...eyes, from the near moving-cause, to its far-distant Mover: The stroke that came transmitted through a 7 Newcomer Alpho flyingf Oh, could T (with the Time-annihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Beginnings to the...
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Thomas Carlyle: How to Know Him

Bliss Perry - Authors, Scottish - 1915 - 267 pages
...eyes, from the near moving-cause to its far-distant Mover : The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke...the last ball only had been struck, and sent flying? O, could I (with the Timeannihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Beginnings to the Endings,...
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Selections from Carlyle: Sartor Resartus, The French Revolution , Past and ...

Thomas Carlyle, Charles Seymour - France - 1915 - 260 pages
...eyes, from the near moving-cause to its far-distant Mover: The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke...the last ball only had been struck and sent flying? O, could I (with the Timeannihilating Hat) transport thee direct- from the Beginnings to the Endings,...
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Selections from Carlyle: Sartor Resartus, The French Revolution , Past and ...

Thomas Carlyle, Charles Seymour - France - 1915 - 260 pages
...eyes, from the near moving-cause to its far-distant Mover: The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke...the last ball only had been struck and sent flying? O, could I (with the Timeannihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Beginnings to the Endings,...
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Thomas Carlyle: How to Know Him

Bliss Perry - 1915 - 267 pages
...eyes, from the near moving-cause to its far-distant Mover : The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke...the last ball only had been struck, and sent flying? O, could I (with the Timeannihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Beginnings to the Endings,...
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Readings in English Prose of the Nineteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - English prose literature - 1917 - 695 pages
...eyes, from the near moving-cause to its far-distant Mover: The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke...the last ball only had been struck, and sent flying? O, could I (with the Time-annihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Beginnings to the Endings,...
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The Great Tradition: A Book of Selections from English and American Prose ...

Edwin Almiron Greenlaw, James Holly Hanford - American literature - 1919 - 679 pages
...eyes, from the near moving cause to its far-distant Mover: The stroke that came transmitted through a e very awkward at putting their talents within the observation of such as should O, could I (with the Time-annihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Beginnings to the Endings,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 66

English literature - 1840
...then that ever speaks through thee ; that lives and loves in thee ; that lives and loves in me ?' 1 Oh, could I (with the time-annihilating hat) transport thee direct from the beginning to the ending, how were thy eyesight unsealed, and thy heart Bet flowing in the light sea...
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Natural Supernaturalism: Tradition and Revolution in Romantic Literature

Meyer Howard Abrams - Literary Criticism - 1971 - 550 pages
..."to a new Heaven and a new Earth." Now if the reader would only "sweep away the Illusion of Time," "how were thy eyesight unsealed, and thy heart set...flaming in the Light-sea of celestial wonder!" Then all would be brought to the enduring vision of the glory in the grass — the recognition that "through...
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