... enterprises. Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have been visiting the town, they go scrambling up and down, and balancing on all the planks and beams within their reach, till some other charm calls them off to other sports, for which perhaps... The Southern Review - 第 369 頁1829完整檢視 - 關於此書
| Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1824 - 294 頁
...not prove at all, that we possess the force within us necessary for succeeding in these enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have...does a dilettante introduce himself to notice, than** numbers of them set themselves to learn playing on his instrument. How many wander back and forward... | |
| Thomas Carlyle - 1864
...not prove at all that we possess the force within us necessary for succeeding in these enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have...does a dilettante introduce himself to notice, than** numhers of them set themselves to learn playing on his instrument. How many wander back and forward... | |
| 1871
...not prove at all that we possess the force within us necessary for succeeding in these enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have...does a dilettante introduce himself to notice, than** numbers of them set themselves to learn playing on his instrument. How many wander back and forward... | |
| Thomas Carlyle - 1874
...not prove at all that we possess the force within us necessary for succeeding in these enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have...does a dilettante introduce himself to notice, than** numbers of them set themselves to learn playing on his instrument. How many wander back and forward... | |
| Edward FitzGerald - 1887
...such desires do not prove at all that we possess the force within us necessary for such enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any ropedancers have been...for which, perhaps, they are as little suited. Hast** thon never marked it in the circle of our friends? No sooner does a Dilettante introduce himself to... | |
| Thomas Carlyle - 1899
...not prove at all that we possess the force within us necessary for succeeding in these enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have...does a dilettante introduce himself to notice, than** numbers of them set themselves to learn playing on his instrument. How many wander back and forward... | |
| Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1901
...not prove at all that we possess within us the force necessary for succeeding in these enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have...does a dilettante introduce himself to notice, than** numbers of them set themselves to learn playing on his instrument. How many wander back and forward... | |
| Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1901
...not prove at all that we possess within us the force necessary for succeeding in these enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have...does a dilettante introduce himself to notice, than** numbers of them set themselves to learn playing on his instrument. How many wander back and forward... | |
| Edward FitzGerald - 1901 - 109 頁
...such desires do not prove at all that we possess the force within us necessary for such enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have...for which, perhaps, they are as little suited. Hast** CXXVI LEARNING CXXVII SAY WELL AND DO WELL CXXVIII FAMILY TIES thou never marked it in the circle of... | |
| Edward FitzGerald - 1902
...such desires do not prove at all that we possess the force within us necessary for such enterprises. **Look at boys, how, whenever any rope-dancers have...does a Dilettante introduce himself to notice, than** numbers of them set themselves to learn playing on his instrument. How many wander back and forward... | |
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