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" There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in those scenes where we were born, where objects became dear to us before we had known the labour of choice, and where the outer world seemed only an extension of our own personality : we accepted and loved... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 597
1860
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The Mill on the Floss, Volume 1

George Eliot - 1860 - 382 pages
..."first ideas" that it was no more possible to criticise than the solidity and extension of matter. There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in...our own personality : we accepted and loved it as we accepted our own sense of existence and our own limbs. Very commonplace, even ugly, that furniture...
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The Mill on the Floss, Volume 1

George Eliot - 1860 - 476 pages
..."first ideas" that it was no more possible to criticise than the solidity and extension of matter. There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in...objects became dear to us before we had known the labor of choice, and where the outer world seemed only an extension of our own personality: we accepted...
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The Mill on the Floss, Volume 2

George Eliot - 1860 - 478 pages
..." first ideas" that it was no more possible to criticise than the solidity and extension of matter. There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in...where objects became dear to us before we had known thrjjihftftaf "Mir"j and where the outer world seemed only an extension of our own personality: we...
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The mill on the Floss, by George Eliot. Stereoptyped ed

Mary Ann Evans - 1867 - 628 pages
...first ideas " that it was no more possible to criticise than the solidity and extension of matter. There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in...our own personality : we accepted and loved it as we accepted our own sense of existence and our own limbs. Very commonplace, even ugly, that furniture...
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Novels [of George Eliot], Volume 2

George Eliot - 1870 - 816 pages
...first ideas " that it was no more possible to criticise than the solidity and extension of matter. There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in...objects became dear to us before we had known the labor of choice, and where the outer wijrld seemed only an extension of our own personality : we accepted...
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Wise, Witty, and Tender Sayings in Prose and Verse: Selected from the Works ...

George Eliot, Alexander Main - 1873 - 444 pages
...and the grass in the far-off years which still live in us, and transform our perception into love. There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in...our own personality : we accepted and loved it as we accepted our own sense of existence and our own limbs. Very commonplace, even ugly, that furniture...
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Wise, Witty and Tender Sayings in Prose and Verse,: Selected from the Works ...

George Eliot - 1875 - 460 pages
...and the grass in the far-off years which still live in us, and transform our perception into love. There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in...our own personality : we accepted and loved it as we accepted our own sense of existence and our own limb's. Very commonplace, even ugly, that furniture...
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The Works of George Eliot: Mill on the Floss

George Eliot - 1878 - 440 pages
...first ideas " that it was no more possible to criticise than the solidity and extension of matter. There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in...our own personality : we accepted and loved it as we accepted our own sense of existence and our own limbs. Very commonplace, even ugly, that furniture...
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The Mill on the Floss: Scenes of Clerical Life

George Eliot - 1883 - 850 pages
...first ideas " that it was no more possible to criticise than the solidity and extension of matter. There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in...objects became dear to us before we had known the labor of choice, and where the outer world seemed only an extension of our own personality : we accepted...
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The Bridal of Drimna and other poems. Author's complete ed

John Christopher Fitzachary - 1883 - 208 pages
...intense than that experienced in revisiting those scenes where we were born, where the objects around became dear to us before we had known the labour of...seemed only an extension of our own personality." GKORGE ELIOT. OH ! who does not with joy refer To days of happiness that were, When soaring hope,...
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