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" nature sleeps," but this sleep resembles death ; like death, it is cold and ghastly, and would obscure the heart of man, did not another light descend at the same time, if it did not open to the heart a warmer bosom and animate it with its life. In Sweden... "
The Neighbours: A Story of Every-day Life - Page 71
by Fredrika Bremer - 1844 - 127 pages
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1844
...and of the general and practical feeling of the writer, although long, we must find space for: — ' They say in the north, that ' nature sleeps,' but...would obscure the heart of man, did not another light descend at the same time, if it did not open to the heart a warmer bosom and animate it with its life....
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Harper's Novels, Volume 8

Harper & Brothers - 1843
...Nordland. CHAPTER XXV. SHADOW AND LIGHT. " It is i 'liristmas! it is Christmas!" THE CHILDREN. How,cold, how gloomy it is ! The windowpanes are covered with...Farther up in the country people know nothing more of day—the night endures for months. They say in the North, that" Nature sleeps," but this sleep resembles...
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The President's Daughters: A Narrative of a Governess

Fredrika Bremer - Children of presidents - 1843 - 86 pages
...and the dark niglit entombs the day. In Nordland, however, the midday has a few bright moments ; Ahe sun sheds still a few feeble beams, then he quickly...the country people know nothing more of day — the n.ght endures for months. They say in the North, that " Nature sleeps," but this sleep resembles death...
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Knight's Penny Magazine, Volume 13

1844
...and the dark night entombs the day. In Nordland, however, the mid-day has a few bright moments ; the sun sheds still a few feeble beams, then he quickly...resembles death; like death, it is cold and ghastly, aud would obscure the heart of man, did not another light descend at the same time, if it did not open...
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The Illustrated Family Magazine, Volumes 3-4

Robert L. Wade - United States - 1846
...and the dark night entombs the day. In Nordland, however, the mid-day has a few bright moments ; the sun sheds still a few feeble beams, then he quickly...would obscure the heart of man, did not another light descend at the same time, if it did not open to the heart a warmer bosom and animate it with its life....
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The Western Literary Messenger, Volume 10

1848
...and the dark night entombs the day. In Northland however, Ihn midday has a few bright moments; the sun sheds still a few feeble beams, then he quickly...day — the night endures for months. They say in UP- north, that ' Nature sleeps," bat this sleep resembles death; like death, it is cold and ghastly,...
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The Crystal Fount for 1851

Timothy Shay Arthur - Gift books - 1850 - 320 pages
...and the dark night entombs the day. In Norland, however, the mid-day has a few bright moments ; the sun sheds still a few feeble beams, then he quickly...would obscure the heart of man, did not another light descend at the same time — if it did not open to the heart a warmer bosom and animate it with its...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volume 13

English periodicals - 1844
...and the dark night entombs the day. In Nordland, however, the mid-day has a few bright moments ; the sun sheds still a few feeble beams, then he quickly...endures for months. They say in the north, that " nature >lee]>," but this sleep resembles death; like death, it is cold and ghastly, and would obscure the...
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