Life of Honoré de Balzac

W. Scott, 1890 - 145 páginas

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Página 130 - For Thou, Lord, dost judge me: because, although no man knoweth the things of a man, but the spirit of a man which is in him, yet is there something of man, which neither the spirit of man that is in him, itself knoweth.
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Página 77 - Campagne) — a complete system for the repression of the depraved tendencies of man, is the most powerful element of social order. In reading attentively the presentment of society cast, as it were, from the life, with all that is good and all that is bad in it, we learn this lesson — if thought, or if passion, which combines thought and feeling, is the...

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