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Some eras worship infancy; some, the aged. None as yet has adored middle age.
Apart from letters, it is the vulgar custom of the moment to deride the thinkers of the Victorian and Edwardian eras; yet there ha ...
When human beings are regarded as moral beings, sex, instead of being enthroned upon the summit, administering upon rights and res ...
Another potentiality of our irrepressible juvenility is a capacity to maintain until the onset of senility an active creative inte ...
Between the Christian and Roman ideals of the early centuries A.D. there is a disjunction which is perfect. Rome stands for corpor ...
Such were garrulous and noisy eras, which no longer yield any sound, but the Grecian or silent and melodious era is ever sounding ...
We cannot escape the impression that the Muse has stooped a little in her flight, when we come to the literature of civilized eras ...
Ossian reminds us of the most refined and rudest eras, of Homer, Pindar, Isaiah, and the American Indian. In his poetry, as in Hom ...
Both place and time were changed, and I dwelt nearer to those parts of the universe and to those eras in history which had most at ...
The nineteenth century is a turning point in history, simply on account of the work of two men, Darwin and Renan, the one the crit ...
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