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" The masculine character, the ability to dare and endure, to know and yet not fear reality, to look the world in the face and take it for what it is, — a very queer and partly very base mixture... "
A General Survey of American Literature: By Mary Fisher - Página 363
por Mary Fisher - 1899 - 391 páginas
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Defending Diversity: Contemporary Philosophical Perspectives on Pluralism ...

Lawrence Foster, Patricia Herzog, Patricia Susan Herzog - 1994 - 230 páginas
...Bostonians, published in 1886, Basil Ransom told Verena Tarrant that his interest was in his own sex: The masculine character, the ability to dare and endure,...mixture — that is what I want to preserve, or rather, as I may say, to recover; and I must tell you that I don't in the least care what becomes of you ladies...
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Changing the Educational Landscape: Philosophy, Women, and Curriculum

Jane Roland Martin - 1994 - 252 páginas
...Bostonians, published in 1886, Basil Ransom tells Verena Tarrant that his interest is in his own sex: The masculine character, the ability to dare and endure,...mixture — that is what I want to preserve, or rather, as I may say, to recover; and I must tell you that I don't in the least care what becomes of you ladies...
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The Politics of Manhood: Profeminist Men Respond to the Mythopoetic Men's ...

Michael S. Kimmel - 1995 - 396 páginas
...sensibilities, which, if we don't soon look out, will usher in the reign of mediocrity, of the feeblest and flattest and the most pretentious that has ever been....look the world in the face and take it for what it is ... that is what I want to preserve, or rather, as I may say, to recover; and I must tell you that...
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The Male Body: Features, Destinies, Exposures, Parte 1

Laurence Goldstein - 1994 - 310 páginas
...if we don't soon look out, will usher in the reign of mediocrity, of the feeblest and flattest and most pretentious that has ever been. The masculine...look the world in the face and take it for what it is . . . that is what I want to preserve, or rather . . . recover; and I must tell you that I don't in...
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Manliness and Civilization: A Cultural History of Gender and Race in the ...

Gail Bederman - 2008 - 322 páginas
...age of hollow phrases and false delicacy and exaggerated solicitudes and coddled sensibilities. . . . The masculine character, the ability to dare and endure,...look the world in the face and take it for what it is . . . that is what I want to preserve, or rather . . . recover; and I must tell you that I don't in...
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Facing Facts: Realism in American Thought and Culture, 1850-1920

David E. Shi - 1996 - 394 páginas
...coddled sensibilities." To counteract such "pantywaist" tendencies, Ransom prescribes an infusion of "masculine character, the ability to dare and endure,...look the world in the face and take it for what it is."16 In this way, both men and women seized upon cultural realism as an antidote to syrupy sentimentalism...
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The Cambridge Companion to Henry James

Jonathan Freedman - 1998 - 256 páginas
...sensibilities, which, if we don't soon look out, will usher in the reign of mediocrity, of the feeblest and flattest and the most pretentious that has ever been....mixture - that is what I want to preserve, or rather, as I may say, to recover; and I must tell you that I don't in the least care what becomes of you ladies...
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Lionel Trilling and the Critics: Opposing Selves

John Rodden - 1999 - 490 páginas
...usher in the reign of mediocrity, of the feeblest and flattest and the most pretentious that has even been. The masculine character, the ability to dare and endure, to know and yet not to fear reality, to look the world in the face and take it for what it is — a very queer and partly...
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Who's Afraid of Women's Studies?: Feminisms in Everyday Life

Mary Frances Rogers, C. D. Garrett - 2002 - 171 páginas
...age, an age of hollow phrases and false delicacy and exaggerated solicitudes and coddled sensibilities The masculine character, the ability to dare and endure,...mixture — that is what I want to preserve or rather . . . recover. (327) Today Basil Ransome's counterparts speak in the pulpit, on the Senate and House...
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Henry James Goes to the Movies

Susan M. Griffin
...sensibilities, which, if we don't soon look out, will usher in the reign of mediocrity, of the feeblest and flattest and the most pretentious that has ever been....look the world in the face and take it for what it is—a very queer and partly very base mixture—that is what I want to preserve, or rather, as I may...
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