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" He greets th' embarrassed Gods, nor fears To shake the iron hand of Fate Or match with Destiny for beers. Lo! imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable, vast — And, in the teeth of all the schools I — I shall save him at the last! "
Tufts College Graduate - Page 73
1911
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The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling, Volume 11

Rudyard Kipling - English literature - 1898
...greets th' embarrassed Gods, nor fears To shake the iron hand of Fate Or match with Destiny for beers. Lo, imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable,...all the schools, I — I shall save him at the last! THE "MARY GLOSTER" I'VE paid for your sickest fancies; I've humoured your crackedest whim — Dick,...
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Rudyard Kipling, the Artist--: A Retrospect and a Prophecy

William Cranston Lawton - 1899 - 30 pages
...jeering parody upon "Brahma," in the first stanzas, to the grudging promise of salvation at the close : Lo! imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable,...all the schools, I — I shall save him at the last! Such adjectives cannot but wound. It is a poor revenge to say, that Mr. Kipling's own genius and its...
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The Works of Rudyard Kipling: Under the deodars. The phantom rickshaw. Wee ...

Rudyard Kipling - 1899
...greets th' embarrassed Gods, nor fears To shake the iron hand of Fate Or match with Destiny for beers. Lo! imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable,...all the schools I — I shall save him at the last! THE MARY GLOSTER. I'VE paid for your sickest fancies; I've humoured your crackedest whim — Dick,...
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Proceedings of the 2d International Congregational Council, Held in Boston ...

International Congregational Council - 1900
...redskin's dry reserve. Lo ! imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable, vast — And yet in spite of all the schools, I — I shall save him at the last ! I want to reciprocate the word of Dr. Thomas. There was an old lady whose children came to visit...
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Essays in Application

Henry Van Dyke - Christian life - 1905 - 282 pages
...the embarrassed gods, nor fears To shake the iron hand of fate, Or match with Destiny for beers. " Lo, imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable,...the schools I — I, shall save him at the last." This verse, like much of Mr. Kipling's writing, has the charm of audacity, but it is hardly a happy...
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The Seven Seas (poem).

Rudyard Kipling - 1905 - 209 pages
...greets th' embarrassed Gods, nor fears To shake the iron hand of Fate Or match with Destiny for beers. Lo! imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable, vast — And, in the teeth of all the schools THE MARY GLOSTER. I'VE paid for your sickest fancies; I've humoured your crackedest whim — Dick,...
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Essays in Application

Henry Van Dyke - 1905 - 282 pages
...greets the embarrassed gods, nor fears To shake the iron hand of fate, Or match with Destiny for beers. "Lo, imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable, vast, And in the teeth of all the schools I—I, shall save him at the last." This verse, like much of Mr. Kipling's writing, has the charm of...
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Ethical Addresses and Ethical Record, Volume 13

Ethics - 1906
...while reproof around him rings, He turns a keen untroubled face Home, to the instant need of things. "Lo, imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable,...the schools, I — I shall save him at the last." Lincoln, who understood us better than anyone else in the world, said : "The American Government is...
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Collected Verse

Rudyard Kipling - 1907
...greets th' embarrassed Gods, nor fears To shake the iron hand of Fate Or match with Destiny for beers, Lo, imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable,...all the schools, I — I shall save him at the last ! THE YOUNG QUEEN 1900 (The Commonwealth of Australia, inaugurated New Year's Day, 1901) 11 ER hand...
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The Seven Seas

Rudyard Kipling - 1907 - 209 pages
...greets th' embarrassed Gods, nor fears To shake the iron hand of Fate Or match with Destiny for beers. Lo! imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable, vast — And, in the teeth of all the schools I — 1 shall save him at the last! THE MARY GLOSTER. I'VE paid for your sickest fancies; I've humoured...
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