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" It is interesting to notice how some minds seem almost to create themselves, springing up under every disadvantage, and working their solitary but irresistible way through a thousand obstacles. "
The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine - Página 360
editado por - 1851
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A Cyclopædia of Several Thousand Practical Reciepts: And Collateral ...

Arnold James Cooley - 1846 - 576 páginas
...of his jiature, tenderly supporting the drooping head , and binding up the broken heart. [ It also is ^interesting to notice how some MINDS seem almost to create themselves, springing up un^ A , and working their solitary butjirresistible way, /^ through /a thousand obstacles / / Nature...
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The Works of Washington Irving, Volumen2

Washington Irving - 1848
...and situation in which he has been placed, that Mr. Roscoe derives his highest claims to admiration. It is interesting to notice how some minds seem almost...disappointing the assiduities of art, with which it would rear legitimate dullness to maturity; and to glory in the vigor and luxuriance of her chance productions....
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The sketch book of Geoffrey Crayon, gent. With a new intr. by the author

Washington Irving - 1849
...and situation in which he has been placed, that Mr. Roscoe derives his highest claims to admiration. It is interesting to notice how some minds seem almost...disappointing the assiduities of art, with which it would rear legitimate dullness to maturity; and to glory in the vigor and luxuriance of her chance productions....
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Reviews and Essays

Elihu Goodwin Holland - 1849 - 400 páginas
...inflexible and unceasing than this simple bidding. " It is interesting to notice," says Washington Irving, " how some minds seem almost to create themselves ;...disappointing the assiduities of art, with which it would rear legitimate dulness to maturity ; and to glory in the vigor and luxuriance of her chance productions....
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A Cyclopaedia of Six Thousand Practical Receipts, and Collateral Information ...

Arnold James Cooley - 1850 - 576 páginas
...of his paature, tenderly supporting the drooping bead , and binding up the broken heart. [ It also is ^interesting to notice how some MINDS seem almost to create themselves, springing up unje11 Д) and working their solitary butjirresistible way, д 19 J& 20 иаг/ь 21 7g£ 22 -í.c...
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The Irving Gift: Being Choice Gems

Washington Irving - 1853 - 270 páginas
...sorrow ; she clasped her hands, uttered a faint shriek, and stood wringing them in silent agony. GENIUS. IT is interesting to notice how some minds seem almost...through a thousand obstacles. Nature seems to delight in diapppinting the assiduities of art, with which it would rear legitimate dullness to maturity; and...
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A Cyclopaedia of Six Thousand Practical Receipts, and Collateral Information ...

Arnold James Cooley - 1854
...of his piature, tenderly supporting the drooping head. , ;im' binding up the broken heart. [ It also is ^interesting to notice how some MINDS seem almost to create themselves, springing up ипдегд , and working their solitary but/irresistible way, д 1 through /a thousand obstacles...
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The Guardian, Volúmenes10-11

1859
...to bring it out. He has himself beautifully described this. "It is interesting to notice," he says, "how some minds seem almost to create themselves,...disappointing the assiduities of art, with which it would rear legitimate dullness to maturity ; and to glory in the vigor and luxuriance of her productions. She...
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Many thoughts of many minds. Compiled by H. Southgate

Henry Southgate - 1862
...up under every disadvantage; and working :Ыг solitary but irresistible way through a '.h'.iisaud obstacles. Nature seems to delight in disappointing- the assiduities of art, with ilicli it would rear dulncss to maturity ; and to glory in the vigour and luxuriance of her i harico...
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The sketch book of Geoffrey Crayon, gent. Artist's ed

Washington Irving - 1865
...and situation in which he has been placed, that Mr. Roscoe derives his highest claims to admiration. It is interesting to notice how some minds seem almost...disappointing the assiduities of art, with which it would rear legitimate dullness to maturity ; and to glory in the vigor and luxuriance of her chance productions....
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