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" ... all but obliterate it in the hearts of most; yet in every pure soul, in every Poet and Wise Man, it finds a new Missionary, a new Martyr, till the great volume of Universal History is finally closed, and man's destinies are fulfilled in this earth.... "
The people's edition of Thomas Carlyle's works. 37 vols. Wanting vol. 33-35 - Pagina 191
door Thomas Carlyle - 1888
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 2

Thomas Carlyle - 1838
...closed, and man's destinies are fulfilled in this earth. ' It is a height to which the human species were fated and enabled to attain ; and from which, having once attained it, they can never retrograde.' These things, which it were far out of our place to attempt adequately elucidating here, must not be...
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Critical and miscellaneous essays, collected and republ

Thomas Carlyle - 1840
...and man's destinies are fulfilled in this earth. ' It is a height to which the human species were ' fated and enabled to attain ; and from which, having ' once attained it, they can never retrograde.' These things, which it were far out of our place to attempt adequately elucidating here, must not be...
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Readings in science and literature

Daniel Scrymgeour - 1851
...closed, and man's destinies are fulfilled in this earth. It is a height to which the human species were fated and enabled to attain ; and 'from which, having once attained it, they can never retrograde. — CARLYLE. MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. EXECUTION OF THE EARL OF ARGYLE. (The following is from Fox's...
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The Modern British Essayists: Carlyle, Thomas. Critical and miscellaneous essays

1852
...closed, and man's destinies are fulfilled in this earth. " It is a height to which the human species were fated and enabled to attain; and from which, having once attained it, they can never retrograde." These things, which it were far ont of our place to attempt adequately elucidating here, must not be...
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The Scottish Christian journal, Volumes 1-2

1853
...closed, and man's destinies are fulfilled in this earth. It is a height to which the human species were l he not quench ; he shall bring forth judgment unto truth. He shall not fail, nor be discouraged In an introductory chapter, Mr Carlyle explains why he writes a Life of Sterling, when that was so...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays: Complete in One Volume

Thomas Carlyle - 1857 - 568 pagina’s
...closed, and man's destinies are fulfilled in this earth. " It is a height to which the human species were and Co. These things, which it were far out of our place to attempt adequately elucidating here, must not be...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 2

Thomas Carlyle - 1860
...closed, and man's destinies are fulfilled in this earth. 'It is a height to which the 'human species were fated and enabled to attain; and ' from which, having once attained it, they can never retro' grade.' These things, which it were far out of our place to attempt adequately elucidating here,...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine, Volume 1

1866
...— and that is very true, even to the letter, as I consider — a height to which the human epeeies was fated and enabled to attain, and from which, having once attained it, it can never retrograde. It cannot descend down be'ow that permanently. Goethe's idea is. Often one...
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On the Choice of Books: The Inaugural Address of Thomas Carlyle

Thomas Carlyle - 1866 - 96 pagina’s
...— and that is very true, even to the letter, as I consider — a height to which the human species was fated and enabled to attain, and from which, having once attained it, it can never retrograde. It cannot descend down below that permanently, Goethe's idea is. Often one...
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Penny readings in prose and verse, selected and ed. by J.E. Carpenter, Volume 7

Penny readings - 1866
...— and that is very true, even to the letter, as I consider — a height to which the human species was fated and enabled to attain, and from which, having once attained it, it can never retrograde. It cannot descend down below that permanently, Goethe's idea is. Often one...
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