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The theatre gives you a good deal of insight, and as I told you in my last, I go a good deal to places of amusement.
I don't want to think I have been all this while without having gained an insight .
I had shunned my father more than any one since our return home, for the radical antipathy between our natures made my insight into his inner self a constant affliction to me.
I always shrank from the sight of a new person, and all the more when it was a person whose mental life was likely to weary my reluctant insight with worldly ignorant trivialities.
With a certain amount of insight she drew her young cousin affectionately to her.
Therefore, if he who rules a principality cannot recognize evils until they are upon him, he is not truly wise; and this insight is given to few.
I still think it very delicately done, and with a deep insight; but there is something in all Auerbach's work which in the retrospect affects me as if it dealt with pigmies.
I may also add that each of the four stories on their appearance in book form was picked out on various grounds as the "best of the lot" by different critics, who reviewed the volume with a warmth of appreciation and understanding, a sympathetic insight and a friendliness of expression for which I cannot be sufficiently grateful.
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.
What was the special gift, she wondered, which gave this man such insight? She felt her heart beating; she was conscious that he was looking at her.
"No, I am not; but love gives insight, Maggie, and insight often gives foreboding.
Perhaps you have read him without insight, Barbara?