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" This fine old world of ours is but a child Yet in the go-cart. Patience! Give it time To learn its limbs: there is a hand that guides. "
Hardwicke's Science-gossip: An Illustrated Medium of Interchange and Gossip ... - Page 121
redigeeritud poolt - 1868
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Alfred Tennyson

Reader in Literature Elaine Jordan, Elaine Jordan - 1988 - 191 lehte
...'ourselves are full Of social wrong; and maybe wildest dreams Are but the needful prelude of the truth: For me, the genial day, the happy crowd, The sport half-science, fill me with a faith.' (Conclusion, 72-6) The story of Princess Ida is supposed to be told in turn by seven undergraduates...
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The Realms of Verse 1830-1870: English Poetry in a Time of Nation-Building

Matthew Reynolds - 2005 - 300 lehte
...'ourselves are full Of social wrong; and maybe wildest dreams Are but the needful preludes of the truth: For me, the genial day, the happy crowd, The sport half-science, fill me with a faith'.76 Trench would have found a more delightful accommodation of basis and motion in the Prince's...
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A Sketch Explanatory of Lord Tennyson's Poems: The Princess

R. G. G. - 1885 - 93 lehte
...his own person in the Epilogue : " For me the genial day — the happy crowd, The sport half science, fill me with a faith, This fine old world of ours...the go-cart. Patience ! Give it time To learn its limbs : there is a hand that guides." This faith runs through all his works ; nor is it anywhere more...
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The Quarterly review, 126. köide

1869
...tone of patronage which Mr. Tennvson extends to that somewhat large and important entity, the World: ' This fine old world of ours is but a child Yet in the go-cart. Patience ! Give it time,' &c. Or, to take another topic ; how differently would Mr. Browning have treated the speculations of...
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The Midland Naturalist: The Journal of the "Midland Union of ..., 13–14. köide

Edward W. Badger, William Hillhouse - 1890
...yet only at the dawn of his full day ; and fills us with the faith that, as Tennyson puts it : — " This fine old world of ours is but A child yet in the go-cart." Having given us the data and the scope of Sociology. Spencer finishes the introduction to his work...
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The Nineteenth Century, 41. köide

1897
...generations, and cherish a faith ' which is large in time, and that which shapes it to some perfect end.' This fine old world of ours is but a child Yet in its go-cart — Patience give it time To learn its limbe — there is a hand that guides. ALGERNON...
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