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" Did both find, helpers to their hearts' desire, And stuff at hand, plastic as they could wish, — Were called upon to exercise their skill, Not in "Utopia, — subterranean fields, — Or some secreted island, Heaven knows where ! But in the very world,... "
The Living Age - Page 112
1908
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Selections from Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1885 - 344 pages
...as they could wish, — Were called upon to exercise their skill, Not in Utopia, — subterraneous fields, — Or some secreted island, Heaven knows...world Of all of us — the place where in the end \Ve find our happiness, or not at all ! LINES, COMPOSED A FEW MILES ABOVE TINTERN ABBEY, ON REVISITING...
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American Church Review, Volume 24

1872 - 630 pages
...; — Now was it that hoth — the meek and lofty, ****** Were called upon to exercise their skill, Not in Utopia — subterranean fields — Or some...the very world, which is the world Of all of us." Between the Church and the world, in its better sense, there might be more sympathy. It is difficult...
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Señora Villena and Gray: An Oldhaven Romance

Marrion Wilcox - 1887 - 464 pages
...Villena's having waked one morning with a pain in her shoulder. THE END GRAY : AN OLDHAVEN ROMANCE Not in Utopia, subterranean Fields, Or some secreted...where in the end We find our happiness, or not at all ! — Wordsworth. PREFACE THERE are to be found in Oldhaven two types of character which can be studied...
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The Origin and Development of Christian Dogma: An Essay in the Science of ...

Charles A. H. Tuthill - 1888 - 184 pages
...gate of death, but in the midst of the familiar associations of earth. They awaited his appearance "in the very world which is the world of all of us," and the shadow of his coming lay on all the thoughts and actions of their lives. With the fading of...
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Oration Delivered Before the City Council and Citizens of Boston on the One ...

John Lindsay Swift - 1889 - 76 pages
...the home of the great defender of the Constitution ; here, " Not in Utopia, subterranean fields On some secreted island, Heaven knows where, • But...where in the end We find our happiness or not at all." Here, in Boston, we should have that municipal cleanliness that is the hope and aim of honest and wise...
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Early Poems

William Wordsworth - 1889 - 268 pages
...skill, Not in Utopia, — subterraneous fields, — Or some secreted island, Heaven knows where ! I5ut in the very world, which is the world Of all of us,...where in the end We find our happiness, or not at all ! 1805. CHARACTER OF THE HAPPY WARRIOR. WHO is the happy Warrior ? Who is he That every man in arms...
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Biographical Studies

Walter Bagehot - 1889 - 412 pages
...came upon them eager thoughts that they might still be — called upon to exercise their skill Jfofc in Utopia, subterranean fields, Or some secreted island,...in the very world, which is the world Of all of us. And even to soberer persons this new revolution seemed to prove that change, even great change, was...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1889 - 1016 pages
...desire, And stuff at hand, plastic as they could wish,— Were called upon to exercise their skill, Not in Utopia, — subterranean fields, — Or some secreted island, Heaven knows where I But in the very world, which is the world Of all of us, — the place where, in the end, We find...
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The Works of Walter Bagehot ..., Volume 3

Walter Bagehot - 1891 - 466 pages
...might be Called upon to exercise their skill, Not in Utopia, subterranean fields, Or some secluded island, heaven knows where, But in the very world which is the world Of all of us." t Brougham's opinion (see Le Marchant'e Memoir, Chap. xv.). — ED. was, that "the Whigs would go out...
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The Renascence of the English Drama: Essays, Lectures, and Fragments ...

Henry Arthur Jones - 1895 - 396 pages
...any really living drama for us is England and the nineteenth century — Not in Utopia, subterraneous fields, Or some secreted island, Heaven knows where,...where in the end We find our happiness, or not at all ! Yes, and where we find our dramas, or not at all ! And there will never be much poetry in our dramas...
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