The Temple Edition of the Comedie Humaine Volume 34

The Temple Edition of the Comedie Humaine Volume 34

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt:, 'could I traverse that vast desert without allowing myself to repine.' 'And we will go to heaven together!' said she. The clouds fell, forming a dark canopy. Suddenly the lovers found themselves kneeling by a dead body, which old David was protecting from prying curiosity, and insisted on burying with his own hands. Outside, the first summer of the nineteenth century was in all its glory; the lovers fancied they could hear a voice in the sunbeams. They breathed heavenly perfume from the new-born flowers, and said as they took each other by the hand--The vast ocean that gleams out there is an image of that we saw above!' 'Whither are you going?' asked Pastor Becker. 'We mean to go to God, 'said they. 'Come with us, father.' Geneva And Par1s, December 1833--November 1835. Lou1s Lambert was born in 1797 at Montoire, a little town in the Vendomois, where his father owned a tannery of no great magnitude, and intended that his son should succeed him; but his precocious bent for study modified the paternal decision. For, indeed, the tanner and his wife adored Louis, their only child, and never contradicted him in anything. At the age of five Louis had begun by reading the Old and New Testaments; and these two Books, including so many books, had sealed his fate. Could of the Scriptures r Could it so early follow the flight of the Holy Spirit across the worlds? Or was it merely attracted by the romantic touches which abound in those Oriental poems! Our narrative will answer these questions to some readers. One thing resulted from this first reading of the Bible: Louis went all over Montoire begging for books, and he obtained them by those winning ways peculiar to children, which no one can resist. While devoting himself to these studies more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 195g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236830571
  • 9781236830579