The Women of the Renaissance: A Study of Feminism

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G. P. Putnamś sons, 1901 - 510 من الصفحات
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الصفحة 63 - She riseth also while it is yet night, And giveth meat to her household, And a portion to her maidens.
الصفحة 157 - But those who see the absolute and eternal and immutable may be said to know, and not to have opinion only? Neither can that be denied. The one love and embrace the subjects of knowledge, the other those of opinion? The latter are the same, as I dare say you will...
الصفحة 354 - Wherefore I perceive that there is nothing better, than that a man should rejoice in his own works; for that is his portion: for who shall bring him to see what shall be after him?
الصفحة ii - ... THE RENAISSANCE A Study of Feminism. Translated by George Herbert Ely. 8°. With portrait . net, $3.50 " We have only admiration to bestow upon this most intricate and masterly analysis of the great feminine revolution of the sixteenth century. . . . There are chapters that we find ourselves wishing everybody might read ; the admirable essay, for instance, on the ' Embroidery of Life,' and that other chapter discussing the influence of Platonism.
الصفحة 354 - Thou hast wounded my heart, my sister, my spouse, thou hast wounded my heart with one of thy eyes, and with one hair of thy neck : J acknowledging himself her prisoner by love.
الصفحة 365 - Ce port et ceste grandeur Qu'on voit luire en vostre face. Ces dons il a mis en vous Pour se faire en vous cognoistre, Et vous a fait entre nous Comme un miracle apparoistre, Afin que de ce grand Roy D'une inviolable foy Vous peussiez posseder l'ame, Et que son affection Par vostre perfection Brulast d'une saincte flamme.
الصفحة vii - Bookman. THE ART OF LIFE Translated by George Herbert Ely. 8°. (By mail, $1.85) . . . . net, $1.75 There is no one to whom Buffon's phrase, Le style c'cst I'hommt mime, may be more justly applied than to M. de Maulde. His work is absolutely himself ; it derives from his original personality and his wide and sure learning an historical value and a literary charm almost unique. He is a wit with the curiosity and patience of the scholar, and a scholar with the temperament of the artist. The sparkle...
الصفحة ii - Everything is so brightly, so captivatingly important in this volume, the search into the past has been so well rewarded, the conclusions are so shrewd and clever, the subject is so limitless, yet curiously limited, that as history or as psychology it should gain a large public.
الصفحة 28 - That was a favourite ago with the husbands ; though, according to the best judges, fifteen was the age when the physical charms were at their best, and the soul was most malleable — a view dating as far back as Hesiod and Aristotle. . . . " In vain did the French physicians implore the men in mercy to have a little patience, beseech them to wait at least until the fourteenth year : they demurred, for it was humiliating for a father to have a fifteen-yearold daughter on his hands : at sixteen they...
الصفحة 21 - And in like maner nowe lately in our dayes Hath other Poetes attempted the same wayes: As the moste famous Baptist Mantuan The best of that sort since Poetes first began.

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