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  1. That lamia proceeded to transfigure before their eyes, becoming indistinguishable from Ishtar in every respect.
  2. We can transfigure ourselves into any animal we wish, but the wolf’s form is the most practical and easiest to learn.
  3. Let a notary transfigure himself into a deputy: let a false Corneille compose Tiridate; let a eunuch come to possess a harem; let a military Prudhomme accidentally win the decisive battle of an epoch; let an apothecary invent cardboard shoe-soles for the army of the Sambre-and-Meuse, and construct for himself, out of this cardboard, sold as leather, four hundred thousand francs of income; let a pork-packer espouse usury, and cause it to bring forth seven or eight millions, of which he is the father and of which it is the mother; let a preacher become a bishop by force of his nasal drawl; let the steward of a fine family be so rich on retiring from service that he is made minister of finances,—and men call that Genius, just as they call the face of Mousqueton Beauty, and the mien of Claude Majesty.

  1. She wanted to rub his come into her skin like a transfiguring lotion.
  2. American abolitionists grouped about the boat at Harper's Ferry, and in the ear of the patriots of Ancona assembled in the shadow, to the Archi before the Gozzi inn on the seashore; it creates Canaris; it creates Quiroga; it creates Pisacane; it irradiates the great on earth; it was while proceeding whither its breath urge them, that Byron perished at Missolonghi, and that Mazet died at Barcelona; it is the tribune under the feet of Mirabeau, and a crater under the feet of Robespierre; its books, its theatre, its art, its science, its literature, its philosophy, are the manuals of the human race; it has Pascal, Regnier, Corneille, Descartes, Jean-Jacques: Voltaire for all moments, Moliere for all centuries; it makes its language to be talked by the universal mouth, and that language becomes the word; it constructs in all minds the idea of progress, the liberating dogmas which it forges are for the generations trusty friends, and it is with the soul of its thinkers and its poets that all heroes of all nations have been made since 1789; this does not prevent vagabondism, and that enormous genius which is called Paris, while transfiguring the world by its light, sketches in charcoal Bouginier's nose on the wall of the temple of Theseus and writes Credeville the thief on the Pyramids.
  1. She has transfigured into a.
  2. The convict was transfigured into Christ.
  3. Jesus was transfigured and glorified on a.
  4. Carmel, as one of the persons transfigured.
  5. A wonderful joy had transfigured this old man.
  6. Madeleine was transfigured in Fantine's eyes.
  7. It transfigured into a hansome man with little.
  8. This is his ‘Shattering Shout’, transfigured.
  9. Something subtle about her being transfigured her.
  10. Moses and Elijah are transfigured, as well, because.
  11. He was transfigured before them; and His face shown.
  12. He reappeared when Jesus was transfigured on the mountain.
  13. He went up into an high mountain apart, and was transfigured.
  14. When Captain Nemo spoke in this way, he was transfigured, and.
  15. He was less the man transfigured than the victim of this prodigy.
  16. But a few minutes later Phil looked up to see a transfigured Anne.
  17. The fire in his eyes and the passion in his gestures transfigured him.
  18. It is then we see Jesus as He really is, as He becomes transfigured in our.
  19. We shall see whether Hester Prynne were ever afterwards so touched, and so transfigured.
  20. When you think it fled, it may have but become transfigured into some still subtler form.
  21. The eyes of the believer who prays worthily are opened by the Holy Spirit, or they are transfigured by.
  22. The war of the street was suddenly transfigured by some unfathomable inward working of his soul, before the eye of his thought.
  23. Cosette, as she took her flight, winged and transfigured, left behind her on the earth her hideous and empty chrysalis, Jean Valjean.
  24. Besides, as chance would have it, he saw Dounia for the first time transfigured by her love for her brother and her joy at meeting him.
  25. But this painful respiration hardly troubled a sort of ineffable serenity which overspread her countenance, and which transfigured her in her sleep.
  26. The old oak, quite transfigured, spreading out a canopy of sappy dark-green foliage, stood rapt and slightly trembling in the rays of the evening sun.
  27. His perfection was such that He might justly have been transfigured upon the cross, and shone forth in the excellent glory when darkness veiled the sky.
  28. The people looked, with an unshaken hope, to see the minister come forth out of the conflict, transfigured with the glory which he would unquestionably win.
  29. As soon as twilight descended, the old elephant became transfigured; he assumed a tranquil and redoubtable appearance in the formidable serenity of the shadows.
  30. On the funeral pile, in shipwreck, one can be great; in the flames as in the foam, a superb attitude is possible; one there becomes transfigured as one perishes.
  31. She would have been transfigured by her shining thoughts if anything could have transfigured her, but no thoughts however bright could pierce through that sad body.
  32. From Yeshua’s transfigured facial expression, Nancy understood that he had heard like her the mental message from The One, even though the guests around them had not.
  33. At last all confusion, transfigured, trembling and sobbing, she flings herself at my feet and says that I am her saviour, and that she loves me better than anything in the world.
  34. The spoken ego of god transfigured into the two tablets: Writing ego into material history; transfigured On a mount; high up in transcendent enlightenment; The two tablets illustrating the logos itself:.
  35. She who had seemed as a terrible force had been wondrously transfigured into a mother bathed in sunlight, radiating warmth and love; all hints of terrible awe a mere phantom now in the eye of the beholder.
  36. Ingeborg paddled slowly along the middle of the quiet water towards the sunset, and Ingram sat at the other end with his back to it and watched her becoming more and more transfigured as the sun got lower.
  37. In any case, he did not resemble him in the pictures, or in his memories of him, or in the image transfigured by love that his mother painted, or in the one unpainted by his Uncle Leo XII with his cruel wit.
  38. He seemed to be suddenly transfigured again, and was as different from the Pavel Pavlovitch of but a few moments since as he could possibly be, both in appearance and in the tone of his voice; so much so that Velchaninoff was absolutely confounded.
  39. Never did any bird flying back to a plundered nest which it had left brimful of chirping young ones, express more complete despair in its anguished cries and flutterings, than she by her single "Oh!" and the change that transfigured her late happy countenance.
  40. Never did any bird flying back to a plundered nest, which it had left brimful of chirping young ones, express more complete despair, in its anguished cries and flutterings, than she by her single ‘Oh!’ and the change that transfigured her late happy countenance.
  41. This will be due to obstinacy and self-love—to the fact that De Griers once appeared to her in the transfigured guise of a marquis, of a disenchanted and ruined liberal who was doing his best to help her family and the frivolous old General; and, although these transactions of his have since been exposed, you will find that the exposure has made no impression upon her mind.
  42. And if I were to ask myself from what literature we, here in Europe, we who have been nurtured almost exclusively on the thoughts of Greeks and Romans, and of one Semitic race, the Jewish, may draw that corrective which is most wanted in order to make our inner life more perfect, more comprehensive, more universal, in fact more truly human, a life, not for this life only, but a transfigured and eternal life – again I should point to India.
  43. From that moment on he was the cruelest of the cruel, and I am awaiting the day when he shall win the goal of his ambition, and feel the carcass of Tal Hajus beneath his foot, for I am as sure that he but waits the opportunity to wreak a terrible vengeance, and that his great love is as strong in his breast as when it first transfigured him nearly forty years ago, as I am that we sit here upon the edge of a world-old ocean while sensible people sleep, John Carter.
  44. But if one remained near him for a few hours, and beheld him in the least degree pensive, the fine man became gradually transfigured, and took on some imposing quality, I know not what; his broad and serious brow, rendered august by his white locks, became august also by virtue of meditation; majesty radiated from his goodness, though his goodness ceased not to be radiant; one experienced something of the emotion which one would feel on beholding a smiling angel slowly unfold his wings, without ceasing to smile.
  45. It is transfigured, and becomes the real Self,.
  1. Great sorrow is a divine and terrible ray, which transfigures the unhappy.
  2. They were all beautiful with the blinding beauty that transfigures even the plainest woman when she is utterly protected and utterly loved and is giving back that love a thousandfold.

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