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References in classic literature ?
(Longmans, Green & Co., 1912), pp. 1-38, to which references in what follows refer.
'consciousness'; while in a different context the same undivided bit of experience plays the part of a thing known, of an objective 'content.' In a word, in one group it figures as a thought, in another group as a thing"(pp. 9-10).
'I breathe' which actually does accompany them"(pp. 36-37).
{79} For the reasons why it was necessary that the night should be so exceptionally dark see "The Authoress of the Odyssey" pp.
For fuller explanation see "The Authoress of the Odyssey" pp.
"At such a time," he writes, "I forced the Master to take the broth"; or "I made him put on the fur coat as you told me." Nor is Tinsley (see pp. 184, 85) less concerned.
AFFIANCED, pp. Fitted with an ankle-ring for the ball-and-chain.
ARRAYED, pp. Drawn up and given an orderly disposition, as a rioter hanged to a lamppost.
See, also, Blunderbuzzard "De Derivationibus," pp. 27 to 5010, Folio, Gothic edit., Red and Black character, Catch-word and No Cypher; wherein consult, also, marginal notes in the autograph of Stuffundpuff, with the Sub-Commentaries of Gruntundguzzell.
Literature", pp. 53-54): Perses, it is urged, is clearly a mere dummy, set up to be the target for the poet's exhortations.
It was mainly dominated, however, by the spirit of romance (above, pp.
I quote the questions and answers as given in the official report pp. 150 et seq.: