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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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The Romantic Impulse in Victorian Fiction

Donald David Stone - English fiction - 1980 - 396 pages
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Particularities: Readings in George Eliot

Barbara Nathan Hardy, George Eliot - Didactic fiction, English - 1982 - 204 pages
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The Teaching of George Eliot

William Myers - Didactic fiction, English - 1984 - 264 pages
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Novels of George Eliot

Barbara Hardy - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 244 pages
...they have similarity too. In both there is the same process of ardent awakening, illusion and dissent: 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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George Eliot and the Politics of National Inheritance

Bernard Semmel - History - 1994 - 176 pages
...nostalgic regard for the banished Medici. Romola's "affection and respect" for del Nero makes her resist "the division of men into sheep and goats by the easy mark of some political or religious symbol." Feelings are more important than ideas; ideas must be "taken in a solvent of feeling." She rejects...
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Die Neueren Sprachen, Volume 21

Wilhelm ViŽtor - Languages, Modern - 1913
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The Quest for Anonymity: The Novels of George Eliot

Henry Alley - Fiction - 1997 - 182 pages
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Romola

George Eliot - 1909
...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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The Wisdom of George Eliot: Wit and Reflection from the Writings of the ...

George Eliot - Biography & Autobiography - 2002 - 90 pages
...our winged words, while we are treading the solid earth and are liable to heavy dining. Ideas —DD 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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