INSIGHTS


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Just a month from this day, on September 20, 1850, I shall be sitting in this chair, in this study, at ten o'clock at night, longing to die, weary of incessant insight and foresight, without delusions and without hope.
It seemed to me that I should feel ashamed to have spent two months in Paris, and not to have acquired more insight into the language.
Once back in the town, he and his insight and his knowledge would trouble English ladies no more.
The insight afforded into Clare's character suggested to her that it was largely owing to her supposed untraditional newness that she had won interest in his eyes.
On the contrary I was then wiser and had more insight than at any other time, and understood all that is worth understanding in life, because.
Lydgate was fuming a little, pushed his hair back with one hand, felt curiously in his waistcoat-pocket with the other, and then stooped to beckon the tiny black spaniel, which had the insight to decline his hollow caresses.
He had chosen overseers with that swift and intuitive insight into character which in his case amounted almost to genius.
Bertram Arkwright an insight into the rawness and redness of life in the Solomons.
It is, therefore, of the highest importance to gain a clear insight into the means of modification and coadaptation.
Fundamental, lastly, in Burke's power, is his philosophic insight, his faculty of correlating facts and penetrating below this surface, of viewing events in the light of their abstract principles, their causes and their inevitable results.
And as for the lady, she had no sooner secured her lover than she behaved to him before company with the highest degree of indifference; so that Mr Allworthy must have had the insight of the devil (or perhaps some of his worse qualities) to have entertained the least suspicion of what was going forward.
But Henry had saved it; without fine feelings or deep insight, but he had saved it, and she loved him for the deed.