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" Utopian pictures of his own future ; yet any one able to trace the folds of his character might have conceived that he would be more likely than many less passionate men to love a woman without telling her of it. Sprinkle food before a delicate-eared... "
Daniel Deronda - Seite 221
von George Eliot - 1876
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Harper's Magazine, Band 53

Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen - 1876
...food before a delicate-eared bird : there is nothing he would more willingly take, yet he keeps alraf, because of his sensibility to checks which to you...laughed at him for having something of the knighterrant hi his disposition ; and he would have found his proof if he had known what was just now going on in...
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Novels of George Eliot: Daniel Deronda

George Eliot - 1876
...of his sensibility to checks which to you arc imperceptible. And one man differs from another, as wo all differ from the Bosjesman, in a sensibility to...Meyrick had laughed at him for having something of the knight - errant in his disposition; and he would have found his proof if he had known what was just...
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The Works of George Eliot: Daniel Deronda

George Eliot - 1878
...woman without telling her of it. Sprinkle food before a delicate-eared bird: there is nothing he would more willingly take, yet he keeps aloof, because of...Meyrick had laughed at him for having something of the knight - errant in his disposition ; and he would have found his proof if he had known what was just...
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Wise, witty, and tender sayings, in prose and verse, selected from the works ...

Mary Ann Evans - 1880 - 462 Seiten
...their kinship and likeness). Sprinkle food before a delicate-eared bird : there is nothing he would more willingly take, yet he keeps aloof, because of...that come from variety of needs, spiritual or other. Among the things we may gamble away in a lazy selfish life is the capacity for ruth, compunction, or...
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Difference and Pathology: Stereotypes of Sexuality, Race, and Madness

Sander L. Gilman, Sander Lawrence Gilman - 1985 - 292 Seiten
...authorial voice of the narrator introduced the description of this very figure with the comparison: "And one man differs from another, as we all differ from the Bosjesman" (370). Eliot's comment is quite in keeping with the underlying understanding of race in the novel....
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Between "race" and Culture: Representations of "the Jew" in English and ...

Bryan Cheyette - 1996 - 222 Seiten
...incongruous but revealing authorial aside about the "Bosjesman" (or bushman) of South Africa is noted: "And one man differs from another, as we all differ from the Bosjesman" (p. 370). In contrast to this imperious statement of an absolute "black" alterity, Deronda is affirmed...
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Race-ing Art History: Critical Readings in Race and Art History

Kymberly N. Pinder - 2002 - 413 Seiten
...authorial voice of the narrator introduced the description of this very figure with the comparison: "And one man differs from another, as we all differ from the Bosjesman" (370). Eliot's comment is quite in keeping with the underlying understanding of race in the novel....
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