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" It is as easy — • and no easier — to be natural in a salon as in a swamp, if one do not aim at it, for what we call unnaturalness always has its spring in a man's thinking too much about himself. " It is impossible," said Turgot, " for a vulgar... "
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James Russell Lowell - Birds - 1871 - 433 pages
...that forbids all naturalness forever. It is as easy — • and no easier — to be natural in a salon as in a swamp, if one do not aim at it, for what we...of disease. It is one more symptom of the general liver-complaint. To a man of wholesome constitution the wilderness is well enough for a mood or a vacation,...
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James Russell Lowell - 1876 - 433 pages
...that forbids all naturalness forever. It is as easy — and no easier — to be natural in a salon as in a swamp, if one do not aim at it, for what we...of disease. It is one more symptom of the general liver-complaint. To a man of wholesome constitution the wilderness is well enough for a mood or a vacation,...
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James Russell Lowell - Birds - 1879 - 433 pages
...that forbids all naturalness forever. It is as easy — and no easier — to be natural in a salon as in a swamp, if one do not aim at it, for what we call unnaturaluess always has its spring in a man's thinking too much about himself. " It ia impossible,"...
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James Russell Lowell - 1883
...that forbids all naturalness forever. It is as easy — and no easier — to be natural in a salon as in a swamp, if one do not aim at it, for what we call unuaturalness always has its spring in a man's thinking too much about himself. " It is impossible,"...
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James Russell Lowell - Birds - 1884 - 433 pages
...— to be natural in a salon as in a swamp, if one do not aim at it, for what we call unnaturaluess always has its spring in a man's thinking too much...of disease. It is one more symptom of the general liver-complaint. To a man of wholesome constitution the wilderness is well enough for a mood or a vacation,...
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Composition in the School-room

E. Galbraith - Composition (Literary): English - 1885 - 147 pages
...business." " But I must go and look at the baby," Ctlia added, without the least change of tone. " It is impossible," said Turgot, " for a vulgar man to be simple." " Fine words," says our homely old proverb, "butter no parsnips." II. A clause forming the subject...
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Literary Essays: A Moosehead journal

James Russell Lowell - Literature - 1890
...that forbids all naturalness forever. It is as easy — and no easier — to be natural in a salon as in a swamp, if one do not aim at it, for what we...impossible," said Turgot, "for a vulgar man to be simple." I look upon a great deal of the modern sentimentalism about Nature as a mark of disease. It is one...
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The Writings of James Russell Lowell: Literary essays

James Russell Lowell - American literature - 1890
...that forbids all naturalness forever. It is as easy — and no easier — to be natural in a salon as in a swamp, if one do not aim at it, for what we...impossible," said Turgot, "for a vulgar man to be simple." I look upon a great deal of the modern sentimentalism about Nature as a mark of disease. It is one...
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The Writings of James Russell Lowell: Literary essays

James Russell Lowell - American literature - 1890
...thinking too much about himself. " It is impossible," said Turgot, "for a vulgar man to be simple." I look upon a great deal of the modern sentimentalism...of disease. It is one more symptom of the general liver-complaint. To a man of wholesome constitution the wilderness is well enough for a mood or a vacation,...
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The Works of James Russell Lowell, Volume 1

James Russell Lowell - American literature - 1892
...that forbids all naturalness forever. It is as easy — and no easier — to be natural in a salon as in a swamp, if one do not aim at it, for what we...impossible," said Turgot, "for a vulgar man to be simple." I look upon a great deal of the modern sentimentalism about Nature as a mark of disease. It is one...
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