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" ... say majestic repose, and serene humanity, is visible throughout his works. In no line of them does he speak with asperity of any man ; scarcely ever even of a thing. He knows the good, and loves it ; he knows the bad and hateful, and rejects it ;... "
The London Magazine - Seite 274
1827
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Band 14

1843
...man, scarcely ever of any thing. He " knows the good and loves it ; he knows the bad and hate" ful and rejects it ; but in neither case with violence. His " love is calm and active ; his rejection implied rather than " pronounced *." Knowing that our British reader loves facts on which to base his...
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The Life and Works of Goethe: With Sketches of His Age and ..., Band 1

George Henry Lewes - 1856
...judgment. ' In no line,' says Carlyle, ' does he speak with asperity of any man, scarcely of anything. He knows the good and loves it ; he knows the bad...violence. His love is calm and active ; his rejection implied rather than pronounced.' But so it is in life : a rumor, originating perhaps in thoughtless...
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The Life and Works of Goethe: with Sketches of his Age and Contemporaries

G.H.Lewis - 1856
...judgment. c In no line,' says Carlyle, ' does he speak with asperity of any man, scarcely of anything. He knows the good and loves it; he knows the bad and...violence. His love is calm and active ; his rejection implied rather than pronounced.' But so it is in life : a rumor, originating perhaps in thoughtless...
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The Life and Works of Goethe: With Sketches of His Age and ..., Band 1

George Henry Lewes - 1856
...judgment. ' In no line,' says Carlyle, ' does he speak with asperity of any man, scarcely of anything. He knows the good and loves it; he knows the bad and...violence. His love is calm and active ; his rejection implied rather than pronounced.' But so it is in life : a rumor, originating perhaps in thoughtless...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays

Thomas Carlyle - 1859 - 568 Seiten
...breeding and the stateliest presence: for an air of polished tolerance, of courtly, we might almost say, majestic repose, and serene humanity, is visible...rather than pronounced ; meek and gentle, though we see lhat it is thorough, and never to be revoked. The noblest and the basest he not only seems to comprehend,...
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The Life of Goethe, Band 1

George Henry Lewes - 1864 - 575 Seiten
...judgment. " In no line," says Carlyle, " does he speak with asperity of any man, scarcely of anything. He knows the good and loves it ; he knows the bad...violence. His love is calm and active ; his rejection implied rather than pronounced." And Schiller, when he came to appreciate by daily intercourse the...
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The Life of Goethe, Bände 1-2

George Henry Lewes - 1864
...and yet you see he is not an idiot! Not in the least a spooneyI' 2 Brief w. mft Ktjrner, i, p. 136. but in neither case with violence. His love is calm and active; his rejection implied rather than pronounced.' And Schiller, when he came to appreciate by daily intercourse the...
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The Friend, Band 3

1868
...scarcely of any thing. He knows the good, and loves it; he knows the bad and hateful, and rejects; but in neither case with violence. His love is calm and active ; his rejection implied rather than pronounced." EDWARD S. BUNKER. RELIGION OR REASON. TT is a fact — hardly to be...
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The Story of Goethe's Life

George Henry Lewes - 1872 - 406 Seiten
...p. 136. "In no line," says Carlyle, "does he speak with asperity of any man, scarcely of anything. He knows the good and loves it ; he knows the bad...violence. His love is calm and active ; his rejection implied rather than pronounced." And Schiller, when he came to appreciate by daily inter* course the...
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German life and literature, biographical sketches, Ausgabe 297

Alexander Hay Japp - 1881
...the bad and hateful, and rejects it ; but in neither case with violence ; his love is calm and actht; his rejection is implied, rather than pronounced ;...we see that it is thorough, and never to be revoked '(!)" It is not a bit more remarkable that Mr Carlyle, when he waxes most eloquent over Goethe's nobility...
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