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" ... ancient sculpture is the true school of modesty. But where the Greeks had modesty, we have cant ; where they had poetry, we have cant ; where they had patriotism, we have cant ; where they had anything that exalts, delights, or adorns humanity, we... "
Crotchet Castle - 第 136 頁
Thomas Love Peacock 著 - 1831 - 300 頁
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Maid Marian, and Crotchet Castle

Thomas Love Peacock - 1856 - 228 頁
...thing that exalts, delights, or adorns humanity, we have nothing but cant, cant, cant And, sir, to show my contempt for cant in all its shapes, I have adorned...the suppression of truth and beauty. THE REV. DR. PMiLIOTT. My dear sir, I am afraid you are growing warm. Pray be cool. Nothing contributes so much...
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The Works of Thomas Love Peacock: Maid Marian. Misfortunes of Elphin ...

Thomas Love Peacock - 1875
...that exalts, delights, or adorns humanity, wo have nothing but cant, cant, cant. And, sir, to show my contempt for cant in all its shapes, I have adorned...to fight her battle against all the societies that were ever instituted for the suppression of truth and beauty. The Rev. Dr. Folliott. — My dear sir,...
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Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical and ..., 第 3 卷

Robert Chambers, David Patrick - 1903
...that exalts, delights, or adorns humanity, we have nothing but cant, cant, cant. And, sir, to show ts even on his brow yet for a' that ; bat I doubt...Rob at the last — air day or late day, the fox's thai were ever instituted for the suppression of truth and beauty. The Rev. Dr Folliett. My dear sir,...
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The Living Age ..., 第 238 卷

1903
...for cant in all its shapes he has adorned his house with the Greek Venus in all her shapes, and is ready to fight her battle against all the societies...instituted for the suppression of truth and beauty." Ctryll Grange is of all Peacock's novels the most pedantic. It is strewn with quotations from the classics,...
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Stray Leaves: By Herbert Paul

Herbert Woodfield Paul - 1906 - 307 頁
...for cant in all its shapes he has adorned his house with the Greek Venus in all her shapes, and is ready to fight her battle against all the societies...instituted for the suppression of truth and beauty." "Gryll Grange" is of all Peacock's novels the most pedantic. It is strewn with quotations from the...
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Stray Leaves: By Herbert Paul

Herbert Woodfield Paul - 1906 - 307 頁
...for cant in all its shapes he has adorned his house with the Greek Venus in all her shapes, and is ready to fight her battle against all the societies...instituted for the suppression of truth and beauty." " Gryll Grange " is of all Peacock's novels the most pedantic. It is strewn with quotations from the...
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Stray Leaves: By Herbert Paul

Herbert Woodfield Paul - 1906 - 307 頁
...for cant in all its shapes he has adorned his house with the Greek Venus in all her shapes, and is ready to fight her battle against all the societies...instituted for the suppression of truth and beauty." " Gryll Grange " is of all Peacock's novels the most pedantic. It is strewn with quotations from the...
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The Twentieth Century, 第 53 卷

1903
...for cant in all its shapes he has adorned his house with the Greek Venus in all her shapes, and is ready to fight her battle against all the societies...instituted for the suppression of truth and beauty.' Gryll Grange is of all Peacock's novels the most pedantic. It is strewn with quotations from the classics,...
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The Greek Heritage in Victorian Britain

Frank M. Turner - 1984 - 461 頁
...that exalts, delights, or adorns humanity, we have nothing but cant, cant, cant. And, sir, to show my contempt for cant in all its shapes, I have adorned...ever were instituted for the suppression of truth and beauty.28 This image of Greece and its sculpture as symbolizing an antagonism to the harshness, materialism,...
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The Making of Victorian Values: Decency and Dissent in Britain, 1789-1837

Ben Wilson - 2007 - 445 頁
...at the castle. Mr. Crotchet goes on to say that he has purchased the statues for a reason: "to show my contempt for cant in all its shapes, I have adorned my house with the Greek Venus, in all her shapes."41 Mr. Crotchet is typical of those who deplored the fastidiousness of the age. He does not...
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