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" ... in hers, and following every movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to her mind. It is in this way that she converses with her blind playmates, and nothing can more forcibly show the power of mind in forcing matter... "
The St. Petersburg English review of literature, the arts and science, ed ... - Seite 546
herausgegeben von - 1842
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Band 6

1839
...grasping their*hand in hers, and following every movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to her mind. It is in this way that she converses to her blind playmates, and nothing can more forcibly show the power of mind in forcing matter to its...
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The North American Review, Band 52

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1841
...hers, and following every movement i their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to ht mind. It is in this way that she converses with her blind plaj mates ; and nothing can more forcibly show the power of min in forcing matter to its purpose,...
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The Independent magazine (ed. by J. Fletcher)., Band 2

J. Fletcher - 1843
...their hands in hers, and following every movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to her mind. It is in this way that...paint their thoughts and feelings by the movements of the body, and the expression of the countenance, how much greater the difficulty when darkness shrouds...
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Lucas's penny library [ed. by F. Lucas].

Frederick Lucas
...their hands in hers, and following every movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to her mind. It is in this way that...paint their thoughts and feelings by the movements of the body, and the expression of the countenance, how much greater the difficulty when darkness shrouds...
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The St. Peterburg English Review, Band 4

S. Warrand - 1842
...following every movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to her mind. Ft is in this way that she converses with her blind playmates,...paint their thoughts and feelings by the movements of the body, and the expression of the countenance, how much greater the difficulty when darkness shrouds...
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American notes for general circulation

Charles Dickens - 1842
...hands in hers, and following every movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys iheir meaning to her mind. It is in this way that she converses...skill are necessary for two pantomimes to paint their thougths and feelings by the movements of the body, and the expression of the countenance, how much...
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The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature, the Arts and Sciences, Band 4

1842
...their hands in hers, and following . everv movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to her mind. It is in this way that...meeting between them. For if great talent and skill are nec^ssary for two pantomimes to paint their thoughts and feelings by the movements of the body, and...
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Works, Band 1

Charles Dickens - 1842
...their hands in hers, and following every movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to her mind. It is in this way that...she converses with her blind playmates , and nothing cau more forcibly show the power of mind in forcing matter to its purpose , than a meeting between...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and ..., Band 4,Ausgabe 31 -Band 6,Ausgabe 59

William Chambers, Robert Chambers
...their hands in hers, and following every movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to her mind. It is in this way that...forcibly show the power of mind in forcing matter to jts purpose than a meeting between them ; for if great talent and skill are necessary for two pantomimes...
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A Blind Man's Offering

Benjamin B. Bowen - 1847 - 432 Seiten
...their hands in hers, and following every movement of their fingers, as letter after letter conveys their meaning to her mind. It is in this way that...paint their thoughts and feelings by the movements of the body, and the expression of the countenance, how much greater the difficulty when darkness shrouds...
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