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Text:"...10238 MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE of the tenderest pages in the Essays are devoted to this *kind father, ^ Hhe best father that ever was,*^ who, carrying out peculiar ideas of his own, had Michel pass..."
Publication date:1902
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...I0242 MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE IS no more sign of the Seame by which they were first conjoined. If a Man should importune me to give a reason why I lovd him [Etienne de la Boetie]; I find it could..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:"...10238 MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE of the tenderest pages in the Essays are devoted to this **kind father,** *the best father that ever was,* who, carrying out peculiar ideas of his own, had Michel..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:"...JQ238 MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE of the tenderest pages in the Essays are devoted to this ^ kind father, * the best father that ever was,^^ v^rho, carrying out peculiar ideas of his own, had Michel..."
Publication date:1896
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...I0242 MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE is no more sign of the Seame by which they were first conjoin If a Man should importune me to give a reason why I lovd him [Etienne de la Boetie] ; I find it could..."
Publication date:1902
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE IO239 it often happens to me to see and distinguish more exactly the conditions of my friends than they do themselves.*^ It is this blending of insight, whether about..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE 10241 THE AUTHOR TO THE READER From the Essays Reader, loe here a well-meaning Booke. It doth at the first entrance forewarne thee, that in contriving the same, I have..."
Publication date:1902
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE IO243 to another for my writings, who am not so to myself, nor satisfied with them. Whoever goes in quest of knowledge, let him fish for it where it is to be foimd..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE IO243 to another for my writings, who am not so to myself, nor satisfied with them. Whoever goes in quest of knowledge, let him fish for it where it is to be found..."
Publication date:1902
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...I02 S MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE of the tenderest pages in the Essays are devoted to this ( kind father, * ( the best father that ever was,* who, carrying out peculiar ideas of his own, had Michel..."
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE 10239 it often happens to me to see and distinguish more exactly the conditions of my friends than they do themselves. w It is this blending of insight, whether about..."
Publication date:1902
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Text:"...I0240 MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE accepts all heroisms as possible. If there seems to be an apparent contradiction in this, it finds its corrective in his modest precept, « Do thy deed and know..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE 10247 OF REPENTANCE From the Essays OTHERS form man: I only report him; and represent a particular one, ill fashioned enough, and whom, if I had to model him anew, I..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE 10241 THE AUTHOR TO THE READER From the Essays READER, loe here a well-meaning Booke. It doth at the first entrance forewame thee, that in contriving the same, I have..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE 10245 Stoical and Epicurean, more remote from the common use, but in my opinion more individually commodious and more firm. Seneca seems to lean a little to the t..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE 10243 to another for my writings, who am not so to myself, nor satisfied with them. Whoever goes in quest of knowledge, let him fish for it where it is to be found..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:"...MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE 10247 OF REPENTANCE From the Essays OTHERS form man: I only report him; and represent a particular one, ill fashioned enough, and whom, if I had to model him anew, I..."
Publication date:1896
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Text:".... 202. MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE, 1538-92; a nobleman who, in an age of envenomed factional warfare, savage intolerance, and disillusionment from the hopes of the Renaissance, spent most of his life..."
Publication date:Between 1898 and 1899
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...I024 6 MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE I eat the meat raw, so that instead of whetting my appetite by these preparatives, they tire and pall it. Will the license of the time excuse my sacrilegious..."
Publication date:1902
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".../r\ 10240 MICHELEYQUEMDEMONTAIGNE accepts all heroisms as possible. If there seems to be an apparent contradiction in this, it finds its corrective in his modest precept, * Do thy deed and know..."
Publication date:1896