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" After all has been said that can be said about the widening influence of ideas, it remains true that they would hardly be such strong agents unless they were taken in a solvent of feeling. "
Harper's Magazine - Page 222
1863
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Romola, by George Eliot

Mary Ann Evans - 1863
...assents and denials quite superficial to the manhood within them. Her affection and respect were clinging with new tenacity to her godfather, and with him to...has been said that can be said about the widening influence of ideas, it remains true that they would hardly be such strong agents unless they were taken...
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Romola, Volumes 1-2

George Eliot - Florence (Italy) - 1863 - 375 pages
...assents and denials quite superficial to the manhood within them. Her affection and respect were clinging with new tenacity to her godfather, and with him to...has been said that can be said about the widening influence of ideas, it remains true that they would hardly be such strong agents unless they were taken...
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Romola, Volume 1

George Eliot - Domestic fiction - 1863 - 375 pages
...assents and denials quite superficial to the manhood within them. Her affection and respect were clinging with new tenacity to her godfather , and with him...or religious symbol. After all has been said that cau be said about the widening influence of ideas, it remains true that they would hardly be such strong...
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Romola, Volume 2

George Eliot - Florence (Italy) - 1863 - 310 pages
...assents and denials quite superficial to the manhood within them. Her affection and respect were clinging with new tenacity to her godfather, and with him to those memories of'her father which were in the same opposition to the division of men into sheep and goats by the...
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Novels [of George Eliot], Volume 2

George Eliot - 1870
...assents and denials quite superficial to the manhood within them. Her affection and respect were clinging with new tenacity to her godfather, and with him to those memories of her father which were in the samp opposition to the division of men into sheep and goats by the easy mark of some political or religious...
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Wise, Witty, and Tender Sayings in Prose and Verse: Selected from the Works ...

George Eliot, Alexander Main - Aphorisms and apothegms in literature - 1873 - 417 pages
...by a woman had done beautiful loving deeds there, rescuing those who were ready to perish. — o — After all has been said that can be said about the widening influence of ideas, it remains true that they would hardly be such strong agents unless they were taken...
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WISE, WITTY, AND TENDER SAYINGS IN PROSE AND VERSE SELECTED FROM THE WORKS ...

ALEXANDER MAIN - 1875
...by a woman had done beautiful loving deeds there, rescuing those who were ready to perish. — o — After all has been said that can be said about the widening influence of ideas, it remains true that they would hardly be such strong agents unless they were taken...
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The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal, Volume 22

Stephen Denison Peet, J. O. Kinnaman - America - 1900
...that dawns upon the world as time passes on. More than a third of a century ago George Eliot wrote: After all has been said that can be said about the widening influence of ideas, it remains true that they would hardly be such strong agents unless they were taken...
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Romola: Impressions of Theophrastus Such

George Eliot - Florence (Italy) - 1883
...assents and denials quite superficial to the manhood within them. Her affection and respect were clinging with new tenacity to her godfather, and with him to...has been said that can be said about the widening influence of ideas, it remains true that they would hardly be such strong agents unless they were taken...
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George Eliot: A Critical Study of Her Life, Writings and Philosophy

George Willis Cooke - Authors, English - 1883 - 438 pages
...conception of the comparative worth of feeling and logic is expressed in Romola with a characteristic touch. After all has been said that can be said about the widening influence of ideas, it remains true that they would hardly be such strong agents unless they were taken...
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