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" The courses of nature, and the prodigious injustices of man in society, affect him with neither horror nor awe. He will see no monster if he can help it. "
Amiel's Journal: The Journal Intime of Henri-Frédéric Amiel - Page 359
by Henri Frédéric Amiel - 1896 - 402 pages
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The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Volume 1

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American literature - 1884
...phrases. Nor was he ever shocked and driven into himself by ' the immoral thoughtlessness ' of men. The courses of nature, and the prodigious injustices...nor awe. He will see no monster if he can help it. For the fatal Nemesis or terrible Erinnyes, daughters of Erebus and Night, Emerson substitutes a fair-weather...
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Miscellanies

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1884 - 321 pages
...phrases. Nor was he ever shocked and driven into himself by ' the immoral thoughtlessness ' of men. The courses of nature, and the prodigious injustices...nor awe. He will see no monster if he can help it. For the fatal Nemesis or terrible Erinnyes, daughters of Erebus and Night, Emerson substitutes a fair-weather...
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A Memoir of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Volume 1

James Elliot Cabot - 1887
...he saw them at all, it was through the softening and illusive medium of generalized phrases. . . . The courses of nature and the prodigious injustices...nor awe. He will see no monster if he can help it. For the fatal Nemesis or terrible Erinnyes, daughters of Erebus and Night, Emerson substitutes a fairweather...
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Amiel's Journal: The Journal Intime of Henri Frédéric Amiel

Henri Frédéric Amiel - Authors, Swiss - 1889 - 318 pages
...points out, has almost nothing to say of death, and 'little to say of that horrid burden and impediment on the soul which the churches call sin, and which,...the human spirit at the hands of circumstance, like Eenan and Emerson, and the men for whom ' horror and awe ' are interwoven with experience, like Amiel....
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Journal: The Journal Intime, Volume 2

Henri Frédéric Amiel - 1895
...points out, has almost nothing to say of death, and ' little to say of that horrid burden and inpedimeut on the soul which the churches call sin, and which,...the human spirit at the hands of circumstance, like Kenan and Emerson, and the men for whom ' horror and awe ' are interwoven with experience, like Amiel....
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Adoniram Judson Gordon: A Biography with Letters and Illustrative Extracts ...

Ernest B. Gordon - Baptists - 1896 - 386 pages
...of life. " That horrid burden and impediment on the soul which the churches call sin," as well as " the courses of nature and the prodigious injustices of man in society, affected him with neither horror nor awe." * To him as to his fellows, the minor prophets of unbelief...
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The Works of Lord Morley ..., Volume 6

John Morley - 1921
...phrases. Nor was he ever shocked and driven into himself by " the immoral thoughtlessness " of men. The courses of nature, and the prodigious injustices...nor awe. He will see no monster if he can help it. For the fatal Nemesis or terrible Erinnyes, daughters of Erebus and Night, Emerson substitutes a fair...
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The Works of Lord Morley, Volume 6

John Morley - 1921
...phrases. Nor was he ever shocked and driven into himself by " the immoral thoughtlessness " of men. The courses of nature, and the prodigious injustices...nor awe. He will see no monster if he can help it. For the fatal Nemesis or terrible Erinnyes, daughters of Erebus and Night, Emerson substitutes a fair...
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