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The Theory of the Leisure Class

By: Thorstein Veblen

...m such traits as go to make up their ideal of a worthy man. And in seeking communion with the divinity the ways and means of approach are assimilated ... ...otions of what are the fit and adequate manner and circumstances of divine communion. It is felt that the divinity must be of a peculiarly serene and ... ...than everyday expensiveness; that on holidays set apart in honor of or for communion with the divinity no work that is of human use should be performe... ... suffer from such relatively slight changes as the disestablishment of the Anglican Church, an increased facility of divorce, adoption of female suffr... ...sure Class This non-invidious residue of the religious life — the sense of communion with the environment, or with the generic life process — as well ...

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Howards End

By: E. M. Forster

...—it can satisfy that test—and though it was un-English, and ignored by our Anglican cathedral, Leonard had a right to decide upon it. Moreover, he tru... ...e soul retires within, to float upon the bosom of a deeper stream, and has communion with the dead, and sees the world’s glory not diminished, but dif...

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Getting Married and Preface to Getting Married

By: George Bernard Shaw

...HE BISHOP . Dont be alarmed, Cecil. Let me explain. Y our parents were not Anglicans. You were not, I think, Anglican yourself, until your second year... ...ontract before the Registrar of the West Strand District. I ask you, as an Anglican Catholic, was that a marriage? SYKES [overwhelmed] Great Heavens, ... ... married? SYKES. Will somebody tell me what an honorable man and a sincere Anglican is to propose to a woman whom he loves and who loves him and wont ... ...hurch of England as The Scarlet Woman. Soames became secretly converted to Anglicanism at the age of fifteen. He longed to take holy orders, but didnt... ... abomina- tion which the Church has founded to cast out and replace by the communion of saints. I learnt that from every mar- riage settlement I drew ...

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