In the Land of Washington, My Impressions of the North-American Psyche: The American Hercules. The North-American Promethean Eve. The Neurasthenic Unrest of the American City. The Spiritual Alliance Between Italy and the United States

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Detken & Rocholl, 1913 - 372 pages
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Page 4 - Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing ? And one of them shall not fall to the ground without your Father.
Page 282 - Entre nous et le ciel , l'enfer ou le néant, il n'ya donc que la vie, qui est la chose du monde la plus fragile ; et le ciel n'étant pas certainement pour ceux qui doutent si leur âme est immortelle , ils n'ont à attendre que l'enfer ou le néant.
Page 154 - I am a free-born American citizen and I will go where I please »; there in America, marriage is an act that is matured, first in the brain, and aftenvards in the heart.
Page 281 - She is now joined to him, as the several members of the body are united together ; so that we are flesh of his flesh and bone of his bone. This is a great mystery...
Page i - IN THE LAND OF WASHINGTON MY IMPRESSIONS OF THE NORTH-AMERICAN PSYCHE The American Hercules. The North-American Promethean Eve.
Page 134 - Two lives in which is repeated with perennial rhythm what has been expressed in those incomparably sublime words : « thy God is my God , thy people shall be my people, where thou diest there will I die, and there will I be buried.
Page 216 - But, as far as I can see, it would be an error to think that the idea of a combative life was inculcated by the reading of the Bible.

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