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“She apparently authored a devotional work, entitled The Consolation of the Soul Sielinna Tröst, drawing heavily upon Scripture and early religious writings.”
“Twas the "Consolation" of Malherbe, and, as Calvert sang, the tenderness and melancholy beauty of both words and music struck the whole company into silence:”
“Consolation" of Boethius, and the meditations of "that noble senatoure" who had also known great reverses, occupied his thoughts while the night hours glided on.”
“He teaches laymen their duties with the "Consolation" of”
“Consolamentum or "Consolation", an imposition of hands by one of the”
“They were the only things that moved in the room, and the chords and bars of Mendelssohn's "Consolation" seemed, as he played, to flow, not from the instrument, but, like some invisible ether, from his finger-tips themselves.”
“His "Consolation" was almost unknown in the early Middle Age, his popularity resting on his translations of Aristotle and his treatises on Music and Arithmetic, the latter being a very important work in the history of the science.”
“Be that as it might, nothing could persuade Susan Josselyn to sit again, and "Consolation" could not be repeated.”
“Consolation," the dedication of which is very acceptable to me.”
“Bougereau, but 'Consolation' should appeal very simply and directly, after all.”
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