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" To pass from the study of Homer to the ordinary business of the world, is to step out of a palace of enchantment into the cold gray light of a polar day. But the spells in which this sorcerer deals have no affinity with that drug from Egypt, which drowns... "
Bentley's quarterly review. [with variant title-leaf to vol. 1]. - Page 71
1859
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 72

1893
...with which Mr. Gladstone concludes his Studies on Homer : — "To pass from the study of Homer to the business of the world is to step out of a palace of...light of a polar day. But the spells in which this enchanter deals have no affinity with that drug from Egypt which drowns the spirit in effeminate indifference;...
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The National Review, Volume 7

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1858
...to be no empty boast : " Nemesis must not find me, ij vur £i)0ui'ovr', r*/ vtrrcpoi- avOit iovra. To pass from the study of Homer to the ordinary business...effeminate indifference : rather they are like the yap/lan iaOXov, the remedial specific, which, freshening the understanding by contact with the truth...
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The Christian teacher. [Continued as] The National review

National review - 1858
...no empty boast: " Nemesis must not find me, i/ vuv lqOvrorr', v varcpov avSic lii'ra. To pass fi\nn the study of Homer to the ordinary business of the...effeminate indifference : rather they are like the tpappaKnv ioO\ov, the remedial specific, which, freshening the understanding by contact with the truth...
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The National Review, Volume 7

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1858
...shown to be no empty boast : " Nemesis must not find me, i; vvy ctiOurorr', ii voripnv avtits iwra. To pass from the study of Homer to the ordinary business...sorcerer deals have no affinity with that drug from Kgvpt, which drowns the spirit in efi'emiuate indifference : rather they arc like the yuppaKnv iaQ\ov,...
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Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age: Agorč : polities of the homeric age ...

William Ewart Gladstone - Civilization, Homeric - 1858
...own day, it is full time to part. Nemesis must not find mef, T/ vvv bi]OvvovT, ri varepov av$is loma. To pass from the study of Homer to the ordinary business of the world is to step out of a palace of enchantments into the cold grey light of a polar day. But the spells, in which this sorcerer deals,...
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Bentley's quarterly review

1859
...our own dny, it is full tune to part. Nemesis must not find me, ff vtiv Srldvvovr', ft vcrrtpov av8is "ovra. To pass from the study of Homer to the ordinary...the spirit in effeminate indifference: rather they arc like the tj>app.aicov ia-6\f>v, the remedial specific, which, freshening the understanding by contact...
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Historical Essays, Volume 2

Edward Augustus Freeman - Europe - 1873 - 339 pages
...shown to be no empty boast : ' Nemeeis must not find me, $1 vvv SrlOvvoyT't § varfpov a^Ois MVTOI. To pass from the study of Homer to the ordinary business...effeminate indifference : rather they are like the ipap/uiKov laO\liv, the remedial specific, which, freshening the understanding by contact with the...
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Historical Essays

Edward Augustus Freeman - Europe - 1873 - 339 pages
...have shown to be no empty boast : ' Nemesis must not find me, ^ vw 8ijSwwr' , % varipov o?fii« UvTa. To pass from the study of Homer to the ordinary business...the cold gray light of a polar day. But the spells iu which this sorcerer deals have no affinity with that drug from Egypt, which drowns the spirit in...
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The life of ... William Ewart Gladstone, Volume 1

George Barnett Smith - 1879
...Mr. Gladstone himself touches upon the pleasing and engrossing nature of his task. He observes that to pass from the study of Homer to the ordinary business of the world is to step out of a palace of enchantments into the cold grey light of a polar day. ' But the spells,' he adds, ' in which this sorcerer...
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The life of ... William Ewart Gladstone. Popular ed, Volumes 1-2

George Barnett Smith - 1880
...of a palace of enchantments into the cold grey light of a polar day. ' But the spells,' he adds, ' in which this sorcerer deals, have no affinity with...effeminate indifference : rather they are like the faipfMicov i<r8\w, the remedial specific, which, freshening the understanding by contact with the truth...
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