... their eyes open, to impose upon others. In addition to their trees and their mountains, I will give them the whole brute creation; still it will not do. There is a principle in the heart of man which demands the society of his like. He that has no... Fleetwood: Or, The New Man of Feeling - Page 197by William Godwin - 1805Full view
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Charles Lloyd - 1819 - 332 pages
...demands the society of his like. He that has no such society, is in a state but one degree removed from insanity. He pines for an ear into which he might...these wants, that thing is not to be counted in the Ale for a man; the form it bears is a deception, and the legend, man, which you read in its front,...