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The Wings of the Dove

By: Henry James

...t one thought of as a “frank” subject, after the fashion of some, with its elements well in view and its whole character in its face. It stood there w... ...that there could be no full presenta- tion of Milly Theale as engaged with elements amid which she was to draw her breath in such pain, should not the... ...lements amid which she was to draw her breath in such pain, should not the elements have been, with all solicitude, duly prefigured. If one had seen t... ...He suggested above all, however, that wondrous state of youth in which the elements, the met- als more or less precious, are so in fusion and fermenta... ...t rose there, as it did seem to rise, all shameless, face to face with the elements in Kate’s life colloquially and conveniently classed by both of th... ...se hair had no re- lation to her apparent age, showed a countenance almost chemically clean and dry; her companions wore an air of vague resentment hu... ... practically in it already when Kate, waiving the question of her friend’s chemical change, wound up with the com- paratively unobjectionable proposit...

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Rise and Fall of Cesar Birotteau

By: Honoré de Balzac

...gaged in analyzing hair: Chiffreville, his associate in the manufacture of chemical products, told me so. If my discovery should jump with his, my ess... ... up in what I have to say!” cried Cesar, naively. “Popinot, this man has a chemical effect upon me; his voice heats my stomach, and even gives me a sl... ...serves the hair: they don’t know that whale-oil is just as good. No power, chemical, or divine—” “Divine! oh, don’t say that, Monsieur Vauquelin.” “Bu... ... supposed to be passing wakeful nights; finance makes you brusque, so many elements must be brought together to launch an en- terprise,—so much study!... ...lifluous! Some give you clear water soured with lemon, and the rest drugs, chemicals.” Pillerault tried throughout the dinner to fathom this ex- traor... ...or Invention and Improvements. “No cosmetic can make the hair grow, and no chemical preparation can dye it without peril to the seat of intelli- gence...

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The Madonna of the Future

By: Henry James

...rankly confess that I really pride myself as much on this little stroke of chemical ingenuity as upon the other element of novelty in my creations—my ... ...s to have contained my masterpiece! Isn’t it a promising foun- dation? The elements of it are all here. And he tapped his forehead with that mystic co...

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Spoon River Anthology

By: Edgar Lee Masters

...er THEY have chiseled on my stone the words: “His life was gentle, and the elements so mixed in him That nature might stand up and say to all the worl... ...hetoric. My epitaph should have been: “Life was not gentle to him, And the elements so mixed in him That he made warfare on life In the which he was s... ...drogen, Their son, a devastating fire. I Trainor, the druggist, a miser of chemicals, Killed while making an experiment, Lived unwedded. Daisy Fraser ...

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Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdrockh

By: Thomas Carlyle

...hrecke, had it in his power to furnish the requisite Documents. As in some chemical mixture, that has stood long evapo- rating, but would not crystall... ... are her stuff: ex- amine Language; what, if you except some few primitive elements (of natural sound), what is it all but Metaphors, recognized as su... ...luid and florid, or now solid-grown and colorless? If those same primitive elements are the osseous fixtures in the Flesh-Garment, Language,—then are ... ...ing air, here one mass, there another, and cun- ningly cemented, while the elements boil beneath: nor is there any supernatural force to do it with; b... ...) Egg; wherein as yet all is formless, power- less; yet by degrees organic elements and fibres shoot through the watery albumen; and out of vague Sens... ...the annual Cattle-fair. Here, assembling from all the four winds, came the elements of an unspeakable hurry-burly. Nut-brown maids and nut-brown men, ... ...ur busy Europe, is there not an everlasting demand for Intel- lect, in the chemical, mechanical, political, religious, edu- cational, commercial depar...

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The Scarlet Letter

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...er existence a great law had been broken; and the result was a being whose elements were perhaps beautiful and brilliant, but all in dis order, or wi... ...ety; and in the nature of the child seemed to be perpetuated those unquiet elements that had distracted Hester Prynne before Pearl’s birth, but had si... ...le of moral and religious 80 The Scarlet Letter growth, and possessed the elements of ultimate salvation, then, surely, it would enjoy all the fairer... ...rovided with a distilling apparatus and the means of compounding drugs and chemicals, which the practised alchemist knew well how to turn to purpose. ... ...owned herself akin to it. It was as if she had been made afresh out of new elements, and must perforce be permitted to live her own life, and be a law... ...lity almost majestic in the despair which she expressed. “Thou hadst great elements. Peradventure, hadst thou met earlier with a better love than mine...

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The New Machiavelli

By: H. G. Wells

...possibilities; the peculiar pungency of the manure he got, in pursuit of a chemical theory of his own, has scarred my olfactory memories for a lifetim... ...get at Liverpool; they were the very soul-sisters of my cousins. The chief elements of a good time, as my cousins judged it, as these countless thousa... ... keen about it as the young husbands, Margaret most of all, and I—whatever elements in me didn’t march with the attitudes and habits of this set were ... ...opefulness and moods of depression. The web is made up of the most diverse elements, beyond treatment multitudinous… . For a week or so I de- sisted a... ... them further in the effort to simplify them to man- ageable and stateable elements. Let me, nevertheless, attempt a rough preliminary analysis of thi... ...nsidered as representing anything in the House, I pretended to sit for the elements of him… . 220 The New Machiavelli 7 7 7 7 7 For a time I turned t...

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Seraphita

By: Honoré de Balzac

...resolve into two simple principles; also that water, air, and fire are not elements. In another, he goes in a few words to the heart of magnetic myste... ...e image of human intellect ridden by Death, for it bears within itself the elements of its own destruction.’ Moreover, they can distinguish beings con... ...ral sciences, when they de- compose it, find little difference between its elements and those of other animals. On the other hand, the idea pro- duced... ...that music and the human voice are the re- 98 Seraphita sult of organized chemical substances, which put themselves in unison with the same substance...

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The First Men in the Moon

By: H. G. Wells

...said Cavor. “For example? “ “Oh! sulphur, ores, gold perhaps, possibly new elements.” “Cost of carriage,” I said. “Y ou know you’re not a practical ma... .... After all, their way is a way of understanding, too. They begin with the elements of life and not of thought. Food. Compulsion. Pain. They strike at... ...ave enormously developed auditory organs; some whose work lies in delicate chemical operations project a vast olfactory organ; others again have flat ... ... has scarcely imagined heretofore. In that satellite of ours there are new elements, new appliances, traditions, an over- whelming avalanche of new id...

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Father Goriot

By: Honoré de Balzac

...iction nor a romance! ALL IS TRUE,—so true, that every one can discern the elements of the tragedy in his own house, perhaps in his own heart. The lod... ...scover a process by which to distil from the atmosphere all the nauseating elements with which it is charged by the catarrhal exhalations of every ind... ...t in silence. Such a gathering contained, as might have been expected, the elements out of which a complete society might be con- structed. And, as in... ...rs, which had been like nursery fairy tales to her nephews and nieces, the elements of a social success at least as important as the success which he ... ...n had given Vautrin an emetic, reserving the con- tents of the stomach for chemical analysis at the hospital. Mlle. Michonneau’s officious alacrity ha...

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The Deputy of Arcis

By: Honoré de Balzac

...enemies to democracy. In France, under the system of bal- loting, politico-chemical products are formed in which the laws of affinity are reversed. No... ...e, some provincial backing of family or fortune. Has Dorlange any of those elements of success?” “As for the backing of a family, that element is part... ... COMTESSE DE L ’ESTORADE TO MADAME OCTAVE DE CAMPS Paris, March, 1839. THE ELEMENTS of the long biographical dissertation I lately sent you, my dear f... ...election of the Conservative candi- date is pretty well assured. Among the elements of my inevitable defeat, Monsieur de l’Estorade condescended to me... ...e, only one huge being,—an assembly, felt as a mass, without analyzing the elements. After enumerating briefly the ties which connected him with this ... ...could not be affected thereby.” “But your party,—consider for a moment its elements: a jumble of foiled ambitions, brutal greed, plagiarists of ’93, d...

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The Blithedale Romance

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...be able to re solve this combination of human interests into well defined elements. It seemed hardly worth while for more than one of those families ... ...strange, philosophical guise, with terms of art, as if it were a matter of chemical discovery) the agency by which this mighty result was to be effect...

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Sons of the Soil

By: Honoré de Balzac

...tion. He found in the peace of his home and his busy life out-of-doors the elements of a happiness sol- diers long for when they give up their profess... ...oul, dwelling exclusively on one only be- ing, grasps in the end the moral elements that surround it, and sees in them the makings of the future. The ... ...e bourgeois house in Ville-aux-Fayes. Clear-sighted enough to estimate the elements of good for- tune that centred in Catherine T onsard, his ambition... ...exhibiting her magnificent laces, she partially veiled the charms of these chemical products. She always wore the body of her dress stiffened with wha...

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My Young Alcides

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...Harold, you know nothing of all this intricate busi- ness; and as to these chemical agencies, I am sure you know nothing about them.” “I shall learn.”... ...d happen was far from anything I had pictured to myself. Battling with the elements and plunging in the snow, and seeing, whenever it slackened, so st...

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Babbitt

By: Sinclair Lewis

...produced from his treasure-house of scholar- ship the information that the chemical symbol for raw rubber is C 10 H 16 , which turns into isoprene, or... ...s business, to be seen going to ser- vices; that the church kept the Worst Elements from being still worse; and that the pastor’s sermons, how- ever d... ... you’ve actually been advocating and supporting some of the most dangerous elements in town, like this fellow Doane.” “Colonel, that strikes me as my ...

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Dombey and Son

By: Charles Dickens

...on of an object, whether of the senses or of the intellect, into its first elements.” As opposed to synthesis, you observe. Now you know what analysis... ... analysis, which could hardly have dis- composed him more if it had been a chemical process; but he was very good to Paul, and so was T ozer, and so w...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...VI She went to the Jolly Seventeen’s afternoon bridge. She had learned the elements of the game from the Sam Clarks. She played quietly and reasonably... ...e, consulting-room, operating-room, and, in an alcove, bacteriological and chemical laboratory. The wooden floors of both rooms were bare; the furnitu...

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The Natural State, In the Words of U.G. Krishnamurti

By: U.G. Krishnamurti, Edited by Peter Maverick

...ur natural state will blast every cell, every gland, every nerve. It is a chemical change. An alchemy of some sort takes place. But this state has no... ...ort takes place. But this state has nothing to do with the experiences of chemical drugs. Those are experiences, this is not. _______ Does such a... ...false continuity, which destroys the body. It is radically disturbing the chemical balance of the body. The body, which is only interested in surviva... ...ystem demands that relationships be based on love, but the most important elements are security and possessiveness. When your hold on the other weak... ... I think our whole thinking has to be put on a different track. It is all chemical. If, as they say, desires are hormones, then the whole ethical co...

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The Village Rector

By: Honoré de Balzac

... the will of their master; he being dead they dropped into shreds, powder, chemical dissolution, in fact I know not into what form of utter ruin, as s... ...was felt in a young man who was now a problem. It is easy to see how these elements kept public curiosity on the qui vive, and with what eager interes... ...d moisture; the poplars will hold and feed upon the mists, returning their elements to the herbage; these are the secrets of the fine veg- etation of ... ...or some unknown reason, the discovery of which awaited genius, composed of elements that were wholly dissimilar. The contrast of their two natures sho...

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The Alkahest

By: Honoré de Balzac

...became due. Madame Claes requested Pierquin to obtain the bill for all the chemicals that had been furnished to her husband. T wo months later, Messie... .... T wo months later, Messieurs Protez and Chiffreville, manu- facturers of chemical products, sent in a schedule of accounts rendered, which amounted ... ...ore especially valuable machinery, by the exorbitant price of certain rare chemicals, and finally by the cost of instruments made to order after the d... ...y accorded to it by Linnaeus), possesses fifty-three simple substances, or elements, whose different combinations make its products. Is it probable th... ...seed germinates, and sprouts from a known en- vironment, and feeds only on elements known by analysis. Cut off the stalks from time to time, till you ... ...ly as if the cress had grown in ordinary earth, beside a brook. Now, those elements did not exist in the brimstone, a simple substance which served fo... ...oned it. Thus the air, the distilled water, the brimstone, and the various elements which analysis finds in the cress, namely, potash, lime, magnesia,... ... were to Claes. After the diamonds were sold in Paris, and the purchase of chemicals was again begun, the unhappy woman never knew another hour’s peac... ...he had borrowed, released his property from en- cumbrance, and resumed his chemical researches; but the House of Claes was deprived of its noblest orn...

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