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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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Comrades: A Story of Social Adventure in California

Thomas Dixon - California - 1909 - 317 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,...teeth of all the schools I — I shall save him at the lastl " The Colonel smiled. "How do you like the picture?" "Not bad for an Englishman, Norman. You...
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Comrades: A Story of Social Adventure in California

Thomas Dixon - California - 1909 - 317 pages
...the embarrassed gods, nor feats To shake the iron hand of Fate Or match with Destiny for beers. " Lol imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable, vast...teeth of all the schools I — I shall save him at the lastl " The Colonel smiled. "Not bad for an Englishman, Norman. You know we licked England twice "...
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America in the Making

Lyman Abbott - United States - 1911 - 233 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,...all the schools, I — I shall save him at the last! Cartoon though it is, there is no better, because in this cartoon the contradictory characteristics...
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The American Philosophy Pragmatism Critically Considered in Relation to ...

Arnold van Couthen Piccardt Huizinga - Pragmatism - 1911 - 64 pages
...bids him make the Law he flouts. He turns a keen untroubled face Home, to the instant need of things. Lo! imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable,...all the schools I — I shall save him at the last!" The American spirit is removed by whole diameters from the mood of the soliloquizing Hamlet, whose...
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The American Mind

Bliss Perry - American literature - 1912 - 248 pages
...thinking of American humor when he wrote in his well-known lines on "The American Spirit" : — "So imperturbable he rules Unkempt, disreputable, vast...all the schools I — I shall save him at the last." That is the very secret of the American sense of humor : the conviction that something is going to...
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Works. [Seven Seas Ed.], Volume 22

Rudyard Kipling - 1915
...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 (1894) I'VE paid for your sickest fancies; I've humoured your crackedest whim —...
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American Patriotic Prose, with Notes and Biographies

Augustus White Long - American prose literature - 1917 - 389 pages
...embarrassed gods, nor fears To shake the iron hand of fate, Or match with Destiny for beers. " So, imperturbable he rules, Unkempt, disreputable, vast,...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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Rudyard Kipling's Verse

Rudyard Kipling - 1919 - 783 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! THE CHOICE 1917 The American Spirit speaks: With Whom fulfilment...
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Rudyard Kipling's Verse

Rudyard Kipling - 1919 - 783 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! THE CHOICE 1917 The American Spirit speaks: 'Let Freedom's Land rejoice!...
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The Bookman, Volume 7

Book collecting - 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 American reader who wishes to be soothed with soft words of praise must not turn to Kipling. The...
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