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" I seemed suddenly to become possessed of a new sense. The other self, bygone experiences, instinct, or Guardian Angel - call it what you will - came forward and assumed control. Then my trembling muscles became firm again, every rift and flaw in the rock... "
The Drama of Love and Death: A Study of Human Evolution and Transfiguration - 第 142 頁
Edward Carpenter 著 - 1912 - 292 頁
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The Century, 第 20 卷

1880
...experience. Instinct, or Guardian Angel — call it what you will — came forward and assumed control. Then my trembling muscles became firm again, every rift...my deliverance could not have been more complete. Above this memorable spot, the face of the mountain is still more savagely hacked and torn. It is a...
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The Mountains of California

John Muir - 1894 - 381 頁
...Instinct, or Guardian Angel, — call it what you will, — came forward and assumed control. Then my trembling muscles became firm again, every rift...my deliverance could not have been more complete. Above this memorable spot, the face of the mountain is still more savagely hacked and torn. It is a...
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Heroes of California: the story of the founders of the Golden state as ...

George Wharton James - 1910 - 515 頁
...Instinct, or Guardian Angel, — call it what you will, — came forward and assumed control. Then my trembling muscles became firm again, every rift...my deliverance could not have been more complete. " Above this memorable spot, the face of the mountain is still more savagely hacked and torn. It is...
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The Drama of Love and Death: A Study of Human Evolution and Transfiguration

Edward Carpenter - 1912 - 299 頁
...sense. The other Self — bygone experiences, Instinct or Guardian Angel, call it what you will — came forward and assumed control. My trembling muscles...my deliverance could not have been more complete." Maeterlinck, in his chapter on "The Psychology of Accident" (in Life and Flowers), describes how in...
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CALIFORNIA ROMANTIC & BEAUTIFUL

GEORGE WHARTON JAMES - 1914
...Instinct, or Guardian Angel, — call it what you will, — came forward and assumed control. Then my trembling muscles became firm again, every rift...my deliverance could not have been more complete. below. But the strange influx of strength I had received seemed inexhaustible. I found a vvay without...
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California, Romantic and Beautiful: The History of Its Old Missions and of ...

George Wharton James - 1914 - 433 頁
...Instinct, or Guardian Angel, — call it what you will, — came forward and assumed control. Then my trembling muscles became firm again, every rift...my deliverance could not have been more complete. below. But the strange influx of strength I had received seemed inexhaustible. I found a way without...
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California, Romantic and Beautiful: The History of Its Old Missions and of ...

George Wharton James - 1914 - 433 頁
...Instinct, or Guardian Angel, — call it what you will, — came forward and assumed control. Then my trembling muscles became firm again, every rift...my deliverance could not have been more complete. below. But the strange influx of strength I had received seemed inexhaustible. I found a way without...
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The Writings of John Muir: The mountains of California

John Muir - 1917
...Instinct, or Guardian Angel, — call it what you will, — came forward and assumed control. Then my trembling muscles became firm again, every rift...my deliverance could not have been more complete. 75 Above this memorable spot, the face of the mountain is still more savagely hacked and torn. It is...
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History of the Sierra Nevada

Francis Peloubet Farquhar - 1965 - 262 頁
...came forward and assumed control. Then my trembling muscles became firm again, every rift and flaw was seen as through a microscope, and my limbs moved...my deliverance could not have been more complete. Above this memorable spot, the face of the mountain is still more savagely hacked and torn. But the...
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The American Conservation Movement: John Muir and His Legacy

Stephen R. Fox - 1981 - 436 頁
...frozen by indecision. Enter the other self. "Then my trembling muscles became firm again," he recalled, "every rift and flaw in the rock was seen as through a microscope, and my limbs were moved with a positiveness and precision with which I seemed to have nothing at all to do." His...
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