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" We have not lost him all ; he is not gone To the dumb herd of them that wholly die ; The beauty of his better self lives on In minds he touched with fire, in many an eye He trained to Truth's exact severity ; He was a Teacher : why be grieved for him... "
James Harris Fairchild; Or: Sixty-eight Years with a Christian College - Page 349
by Albert Temple Swing - 1907 - 396 pages
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The Chautauquan: Organ of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific ..., Volume 49

1906
...Seeker's noble zest, We have not lost him all ; he is not gone To the dumb herd of them that wholly die; The beauty of his better self lives on In minds he...scholars come The glow of his transmitted touch to share, And trace his features with an eye less dim OFFICERS OF CHAUTAUQUA LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC CIRCLE JOHN...
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Louis Agassiz as a Teacher: Illustrative Extracts on His Method of Instruction

Lane Cooper - 1917 - 74 pages
...PUBLISHING CO. ITHACA, NEW YORK 1917 PUBLIC LIBRARY Copyright, 1917 THE COMSTOCK PUBLISHING COMPANT PRESS OF The beauty of his better self lives on In minds he...scholars come The glow of his transmitted touch to share. ^ PREFACE IF it be asked why a teacher of English should be moved to issue this book on Agassiz, my...
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Poems of James Russell Lowell: Containing The Vision of Sir Launfal, A Fable ...

James Russell Lowell - American poetry - 1917 - 630 pages
...noble zest, We have not lost him all ; he is not gone 513 To the dumb herd of them that wholly die ; The beauty of his better self lives on In minds he...in many an eye He trained to Truth's exact severity ; Whoso living word still stimulates the air T In endless file shall loving scholars come The glow...
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The Harvard Graduates' Magazine, Volume 15

1907
...Agassiz need not be reminded of the obligation implied in the memorial lines of James Russell Lowell : " He was a Teacher ; why be grieved for him Whose living...come, 'The glow of his transmitted touch to share.' ' CORNELL UNIVERSITY. * Burt G. Wilder, s '62. 1 This, the only approach to slang that I recall from...
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volume 71

Technology - 1907
...enjoyed his direct instruction whose office is so finely drawn in these lines by James Russell Lowell : He was a Teacher; why be grieved for him Whose living...come, The glow of his transmitted touch to share. From highest to lowest, every teacher of natural science in this country is indebted to Agassiz for...
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The Man who Loved Wasps: A Howard Ensign Evans Reader

Howard Ensign Evans, Edward Osborne Wilson, Mary Alice Evans - Nature - 2005 - 208 pages
...search for new truths. Perhaps James Russell Lowell sensed this, for he wrote after Agassiz's death: "He was a teacher; why be grieved for him whose living word still stimulates the air?" One of the students at Penikese was Charles Otis Whitman, a high school teacher of quiet manners with,...
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