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" Yes! to this thought I hold with firm persistence; The last result of wisdom stamps it true : He only earns his freedom and existence Who daily conquers them anew. Thus here, by dangers girt, shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous day:... "
Studies in German Literature - Page 380
by Bayard Taylor - 1879 - 421 pages
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Faust: A Tragedy, Volume 2

1875
...only earns his freedom and existence, Who daily conquers them anew.'6s Thus here, by dangers girt, shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous...cannot, of mine earthly being, In aeons perish, — they arc there ! — In proud fore-feeling of such lofty bliss, I now enjoy the highest Moment, — this...
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Faust: A Tragedy, Volume 2

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1875
...only earns his freedom and existence, Who daily conquers them anew.16s Thus here, by dangers girt, shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous...people free ! Then dared I hail the Moment fleeing : " AA, still delay — thou art so fair ! " The traces cannot, of mine earthly being, In asons perish,...
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Goethe and Schiller: Their Lives and Works. Including ..., Volume 27; Volume 782

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen - 1879 - 424 pages
...He only earns his freedom and existence, Who daily conquers them anew. Thus here, by dangers girt, shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous...fair.' The traces cannot, of mine earthly being, In seons periab, — they are there ! In proud fore-feeling of such lofty bliss, I now enjoy the highest...
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Goethe and Schiller: Their Lives and Works. Including ..., Volume 27; Volume 782

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen - 1879 - 424 pages
...He onlg earns his freedom and existence, Who dailg conquers them anew. Thus here, by dangers girt, shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous...Then dared I hail the moment fleeing: ' Ah, still delag — thou art so fair.' The traces cannot, of mine earthly being, In aeons perish, — they are...
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Goethe and Schiller: Their Lives and Works. Including a Commentary on Goethe ...

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen - 1879 - 424 pages
...only earns hia freedom and existence, • WJip_d.aily-c<MU)uera them anew. Thus here, by dangers girt, shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous...free ! Then dared I hail the moment fleeing: ' Ah, stilt delay — thou art so fair.' The traces cannot, of mine earthly being, In aeons perish, — they...
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Cincinnati Lancet and Clinic, Volume 3; Volume 42

Medicine - 1879
...: He only earns his freedom and existence, Who daily conquers them anew. Thus here by dangers girt shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous...among a people free ! Then dared I hail the moment fleeting ; "Ah ! still delay — thau art so fair." The traces cannot, of mine earthly being, In aeons...
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Cincinnati Lancet and Clinic, Volume 3; Volume 42

Medicine - 1879
...I fain would see Stand on free soil, among a people free ! Then dared I hail the moment fleeting ; "Ah ! still delay — thou art so fair." The traces...earthly being, In aeons perish — they are there !" THE Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery has become a member of the American Medical College...
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Faust: A Tragedy

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1880 - 636 pages
...He only earns his freedom and existence, Who daily conquers them anew. Thus here, by dangers girt, shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous day : And such a throng I lain would see, — Stand on free soil among a people free ! Then dared I hail the Moment fleeing :...
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Faust: A Tragedy, Volumes 1-2

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Drama - 1882
...only earns his freedom and existence, Who daily conquers them anew.'68 Thus here, by dangers girt, shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous...! " ^ The traces cannot, of mine earthly being, In zons perish, — they are there ! — In proud fore-feeling of such lofty bliss, I now enjoy the highest...
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The Intellectual and Moral Problem of Goethe's Faust: Parts I. and II.

Alexander Wysard - 1883 - 80 pages
...He only earns his freedom and existence, Who daily conquers them anew. Thus here, by dangers girt, shall glide away Of childhood, manhood, age, the vigorous...earthly being, In aeons perish — they are there ! In proud fore-feeling of such lofty bliss I now enjoy the highest moment — This !" Faust has spoken...
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