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" To sit still and contemplate, - to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet content to remain where and what you are - is not this to know both... "
The Faith of Robert Louis Stevenson - Page 115
by John Kelman - 1903 - 301 pages
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 33

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - England - 1876
...remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to l>e everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet content to remain where and what you are — is not thia to know both wisdom and virtue, and to dwell with happiness ? After all, it is not they who carry...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 24; Volume 87

1876
...to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet...private chamber, who have the fun of the procession. Ar1d once you are at that, you are in the very humor of all social heresy. It is no time for shuffling,...
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Virginibus Puerisque and Other Papers

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1890 - 278 pages
...to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet...private chamber, who have the fun of the procession. And once you are at that, you are in the very humour of all social heresy. It is no time for shuffling,...
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Virginibus Puerisque: And Other Papers

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1893 - 278 pages
...to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet...private chamber, who have the fun of the procession. And once you are at that, you are in the very humor of all social heresy. It is no time for shuffling,...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 13

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson, William Ernest Henley - 1895
...to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet...private chamber, who have the fun of the procession. And once you are at that, you are in the very humour of all social heresy. It is no time for shuffling,...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson...

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895
...to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet...private chamber, who have the fun of the procession. And once you are at that, you are in the very humour of all social heresy. It is no time for shuffling,...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson: Virginibus puerisque ...

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895
...to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet...private chamber, who have the fun of the procession. And once you are at that, you are in the very humour of all social heresy. It is no time for shuffling,...
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The Pocket R.L.S.: Being Favourite Passages from the Works of Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson - Quotations, Scottish - 1895 - 216 pages
...to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet...both wisdom and virtue, and to dwell with happiness ? /~\F those who fail, I do not speak — despair ^—' should be sacred; but to those who even modestly...
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A Course in Expository Writing

Gertrude Buck, Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris - English language - 1899 - 292 pages
...contemplate,—to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet content to remain where and what you are—is not this to know both wisdom and virtue, and to dwell with happiness ? After all, it is not...
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Virginibus Puerisque: And Other Papers

Robert Louis Stevenson - Short stories, English - 1901 - 278 pages
...to remember the faces of women without desire, to be pleased by the great deeds of men without envy, to be everything and everywhere in sympathy, and yet...private chamber, who have the fun of the procession. And once you are at that, you are in the very humour of all social heresy. It is no time for shuffling,...
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