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" ... laugh not of sport but of mockery; a wild man, whom no extent of culture had been able to tame! His intellectual faculty seemed to me to be weak in proportion to his violence of temper: the judgment he gives about anything is more apt to be wrong... "
Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review - Page 415
1883
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The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson: 1834 ..., Volume 1

Thomas Carlyle - 1883 - 416 pages
...instructively with Carlyle's sketch. mockery ; a wild man, whom no extent of culture had been able to tame ! His intellectual faculty seemed to me to be weak in...sighs over the spectacle of commonplace torn to rags. I find him painful as a writer ; like a soul ever promising to take wing into the ^Ether, yet never...
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The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834 ..., Volume 1

Thomas Carlyle - 1883 - 394 pages
...instructively with Carlyle's sketch. mockery ; a wild man, whom no extent of culture had been able to tame ! His intellectual faculty seemed to me to be weak in...sighs over the spectacle of commonplace torn to rags. I find him painful as a writer ; like a soul ever promising to take wing into the JEther, yet never...
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The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834 ..., Volume 1

Thomas Carlyle - 1883 - 394 pages
...instructively with Carlyle's sketch. mockery ; a wild man, whom no extent of culture had been able to tame ! His intellectual faculty seemed to me to be weak in...shows him this side or the other of the object ; and aides of an object are all that he sees. He is not an original man ; in most cases one but sighs over...
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Characteristics: Sketches and Essays

Addison Peale Russell - 1883 - 378 pages
...in short, which he is manufacturing into Cosmos." Landor's " intellectual faculty," seemed to him " to be weak in proportion to his violence of temper ; the judgment he gives about any thing is more apt to be wrong than right." Of Lamb, he says, " At his own house, I saw him once...
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After Business: Papers Written in the Intervals of Work

George Bentley - 1883 - 180 pages
...tame. His intellectual faculty seemed to me weak in proportion to his violence of temper. . . . The sides of an object are all that he sees. He is not an original man," etc. Here, as in the case of Carlyle's criticism of Wordsworth, we have only a partial discovery of...
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British Letters Illustrative of Character and Social Life, Volume 1

Edward Tuckerman Mason - 1888 - 330 pages
...sharp laugh, not of sport but of mockery ; a wild man, whom no extent of culture had been able to tame! His intellectual faculty seemed to me to be weak in...his violence of temper : the judgment he gives about any thing is more apt to be wrong than right, — as the inward whirlwind shows him this side or the...
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Modern Humanists: Sociological Studies of Carlyle, Mill, Emerson, Arnold ...

John Mackinnon Robertson - 1891 - 322 pages
...mockery ; a wild man, whom no extent of culture has been able to tame! His intellectual faculty seemed to be weak in proportion to his violence of temper...sighs over the spectacle of commonplace torn to rags. . . ."2 It is an amazing coincidence. 1 Latter-Day Pamphlets, No. v., Stump Orator, p. 171. XIII. Let...
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Modern Humanists: Sociological Studies of Carlyle, Mill, Emerson, Arnold ...

John Mackinnon Robertson - 1891 - 294 pages
...mockery ; a wild man, whom no extent of culture has been able to tame! His intellectual faculty seemed to be weak in proportion to his violence of temper...this side or the other of the object; and sides of au object are all that he sees. He is not an original man ; in most cases one but sighs over the spectacle...
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Modern Humanists

John M. Robertson - 1891 - 275 pages
...mockery ; a wild man, whom no extent of culture has been able to tame! His intellectual faculty seemed to be weak in proportion to his violence of temper...shows him this side or the other of the object; and nides of an object are all that he sees. He is not au original man ; in most cases one but sighs over...
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Thomas Carlyle

John Nichol - 1892 - 266 pages
...he speaks disparagingly of Landor as "a wild man, whom no extent of culture had been able to tame ! His intellectual faculty seemed to me to be weak in...gives about anything is more apt to be wrong than right,—as the inward whirlwind shows him this side or the other of the object: and sides of an object...
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