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" They dwelt amidst the forests as they wandered on the waves, and saw no end nor any other horizon. Still the dark, green trees, or the dark, green waters jagged the dawn with their fringe or their foam. And whatever elements of imagination, or of warrior... "
The Indian Forester - Page 436
1884
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Modern Painters ...

John Ruskin - 1860
...imagination, or of warrior strength, or of domestic justice, were brought do^yn by the Norwegian and the Goth against the dissoluteness or degradation...under the green roofs and wild penetralia of the pine. § 12. I do not attempt, delightful as the task would be, to trace this influence (mixed with superstition)...
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Precious Thoughts: Moral and Religious : Gathered from the Works of John Ruskin

John Ruskin, Louisa Caroline Tuthill - 1865 - 477 lehte
...imagination, or of warrior strength, or of domestic justice, were brought down by the Norwegian and the Goth against the dissoluteness or degradation...under the green roofs and wild penetralia of the pine. I do not attempt, delightful as the task would be, to trace this influence (mixed with superstition)...
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Precious Thoughts: Moral and Religious. Gathered from the Works of John ...

John Ruskin, Louisa Caroline Tuthill - 1866 - 349 lehte
...imagination, or of warrior strength, or of domestic justice, were brought down by the Norwegian and the Goth against the dissoluteness or degradation...under the green roofs and wild penetralia of the pine. I do not attempt, delightful as the task would be, to trace this influence (mixed with superstition)...
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Precious Thoughts: Moral and Religious, 1. köide

John Ruskin - 1868 - 349 lehte
...imagination, or of warrior strength, or of domestic justice, were brought down by the Norwegian and the Goth against the dissoluteness or degradation...under the green roofs and wild penetralia of the pine. I do not attempt, delightful as the task would be, to trace this influence (mixed with superstition)...
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Precious Thoughts: Moral and Religious

Mrs. L. C. Tuthill - 1869
...imagination, or of warrior strength, or of domestic justice, were brought down by the Norwegian and the Goth against the dissoluteness or degradation...under the green roofs and wild penetralia of the pine. I do not attempt, delightful, as the -task would be, to trace this influence (mixed with superstition)...
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Modern Painters ...: pt. 6. Of leaf beauty. pt 7. Of cloud beauty. pt. 8-9 ...

John Ruskin - 1879
...imagination, or of warrior strength, or of domestic justice, were brought down by the Norwegian and the Goth against the dissoluteness or degradation of the South of Europe, were tawght them under the green roofs and wild penetralia of the pine. § 12. I do not attempt, delightful...
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Trees and Tree-planting: With Exercises and Directions for the Celebration ...

John Bradley Peaslee - 1884 - 64 lehte
...roared, Ere the eagle soared, Light and heat, land and sea, Spake unto the oldest tree. THE PINE TREE. The tremendous unity of the pine absorbs and moulds...under the green roofs and wild penetralia of the pine. RUSKIN: "Modern Paiytiers." THERE is a pleasure in a pathless wood. BYRON. THERE is a serene and settled...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education ..., 1–5. number;1886. number

United States. Bureau of Education, United States. Office of Education - 1885
...hind and sea, Spake unto the oldest tree. " Wood Notft." THE PINE TREE. The tremendous unity of die pine absorbs and moulds the life of a race. The pine...the south of Europe were taught them under the green roofi and wild penetralia of the pine. RUSKIN : "Modern Painters." THERE is a pleasure in a pathless,...
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Annual Report, 3. köide

Ohio. State Forestry Bureau - 1888
...roared, Ere the eagle soared, Light and heat, land and sea, Spake unto the oldest tree. THE PINE TREE. The tremendous unity of the pine absorbs and moulds...under the green roofs and wild penetralia of the pine. RUSKIN : "Modern Painters." THERE is a pleasure in a pathless wood. BYRON. THERE is a serene and settled...
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Art and Life: A Ruskin Anthology

John Ruskin, William Sloane Kennedy - 1886 - 593 lehte
...imagination, or of warrior strength, or of domestic justice, were brought down by the Norwegian and the Goth against the dissoluteness or degradation...under the green roofs and wild penetralia of the pine. — Modern Painters, V., p. 100. THE CEREAL GRASSES. —We find another element of very complex effect...
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