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" This was clearly accounted for by his adherents, who affirmed that he always conceived every subject on so comprehensive a scale, that he had not room in his head to turn it over and examine both sides of it ; so that he always remained in doubt, merely... "
Washington Irving - Página 194
por Charles Dudley Warner - 1881 - 304 páginas
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Select specimens of English prose [ed.] by E. Hughes

Edward Hughes - 1853
...accounted for by his adherents, who affirmed that he always conceived every subject on so comprehensive a scale, that he had not room in his head to turn it over and examine both sides of it ; so that he always remained in doubt, merely in consequence of the astonishing magnitude of hisideas....
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The popular educator

Popular educator - 1854
...accounted for by his adherents, who affirmed that he always conceived every object on so comprehensive a scale, that he had not room in his head to turn it over, and examine both sides of it; БО that he always remained in doubt, merely in consequence of the astonishing magnitude of his ideas...
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The Popular Educator, Volume 5

1856
...his adherents, who affirmed that he always conceived every object on so comprehensive a scale, thai he had not room in his head to turn it over, and examine both sides of it; so that he always remained in doubt, merely in consequence of the astonishing magnitude of his ideas...
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A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1856 - 454 páginas
...exciaim. " Well ! I see nothing in all that to laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on a subject. His adherents accounted for this by the astonehing magnitude of his ideas. He conceived every subject on so grand a scale that he had not room...
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A history of New-York: from the beginning of the world to the end of the ...

Washington Irving - 1859 - 468 páginas
...exclaim, " Well! I see nothing in all that to laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on a subject. His adherents accounted...his ideas. He conceived every subject on so grand a. ,-caii' that he had not room in his head to turn it over and examine both sides of it. Certain it is...
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Studies in English prose: specimens, with notes, by J. Payne

Joseph Payne - 1868
...accounted for by his adherents, who affirmed that he always conceived every subject on so comprehensive a scale, that he had not room in his head to turn it over and examine both sides of it ; so that he always remained in doubt, merely in consequence of the astonishing magnitude of his ideas....
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A History of New York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1868 - 528 páginas
...exclaim, " Well ! I see nothing in all that to laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on a subject. His adherents accounted...for this by the astonishing magnitude of his ideas. Tie conceived every subject on so grand a scale that he had not room in his head to turn it over and...
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Memoir of Washington Irving: With Selections from His Works, and Criticisms

Charles Adams - 1870 - 299 páginas
...' Well ! I see nothing in all that to laugh about.' " With all his reflective habits he never made up his mind on a subject. His adherents accounted...examine both sides of it. Certain it is that if any matters were propounded , , Memoir of Washington Irving. 59 to him on which ordinary mortals would...
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Annual Report of the Corporation of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of ...

New York Chamber of Commerce - 1914
...his faults IRVING says he conceived every subject on so grand a scale, even the smallest of subjects, that he had not room in his head to turn it over and examine both sides of it. With all his greatness, VAX TWILLER forgot the sense of proportion and the proper equation of things....
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KNICKERBOCKER'S NEW YORK

WASHINGTON IRVING - 1871
...exclaim, " Well ! I see nothing in all that to laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on a subject. His adherents accounted...for this by the astonishing magnitude of his ideas. Pie conceived every subject on so grand a scale that he had not room in his head to turn it over and...
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