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“In a faltering voice she began, '"Agapeton, Still no word of you, and strangely enough I am beginning to get stoical about it.”
“He often went down to the meadow with the horses, and off on forays by himself, or with individual people, Ayla mostly, but sometimes with Jondalar, or Danug or, strangely enough to many people, with Frebec.”
“There are a few, however, that do not harmonize with the general tone and character of the rest, ” especially “Mrs. Bull-Frog,” which Hawthorne himself confessed to having been an experiment, and which strangely enough is much more in the style of his son Julian.”
“For him this integral tradition of wisdom implied the synthesis of the ways of ratiocination and intuition, and strangely enough he considered Aristotle the last of the Greek philosophers, with whom this integral philosophy, or rather theosophy in the original Greek sense of theo - sophia (“divine wisdom”), became reduced to merely discursive knowledge.”
“According to the true order, the tenth was really the first in generation and power; then follows the second, which was strangely enough termed the ninth by us.”
“Still no word of you, and strangely enough I am beginning to get stoical about it.”
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