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" God of heaven; wherefore, while I stood there, and hanging down my head, I wished with all my heart that I might be a little child again, that my father might learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing... "
Lectures on the Pilgrim's Progress, and on the Life and Times of John Bunyan - Halaman 21
oleh George Barrell Cheever - 1844 - 514 halaman
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Histoire de la littérature anglaise, Volume 2

Hippolyte Taine - 1886
...thé God of heaven; wherefore, while I stood there, hanging dowri my head, I wished that I might he a little child again, that my father might learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing; for, thought I, I am so accustomed to it, that it is in vain to think of a reformation, for that could...
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Unto the Uttermost

James Mann Campbell - 1889 - 254 halaman
...lived in him was touched. He hung his head in shame and silence. " While I stood there," he says, " I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing. This biographer adds, " He thought himself so accustomed to this evil habit that he could not leave...
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The Chautauquan: Organ of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle

1890
...lived in him was touched. He hung his head in shame and silence. " While I stood there," he says, " I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...me to speak without this wicked way of swearing." This biographer adds, "He thought himself so accustomed to this evil habit that he could not leave...
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The Pilgrim's Progress: Grace Abounding and A Relation of His Imprisonment

John Bunyan - 1900 - 500 halaman
...too, as I thought, before the God of Heaven. Wherefore, while I stood there, and hanging down my Head, I wished with all my Heart that I might be a little...learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing ; for, thought I, I am so accustomed to it, that it is in vain for me to think of a reformation ; for...
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Puritan and Anglican: Studies in Literature

Edward Dowden - 1900 - 341 halaman
...shame, not before her but before the God of heaven : " hanging down my head, I wished with all my heart I might be a little child again, that my father might...me to speak without this wicked way of swearing." Three or four poor women sitting in the sun, were overheard by Bunyan while they talked about the things...
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With Milton and the Cavaliers

Mrs. F. S. Boas - 1905 - 336 halaman
...too, as I thought, before the God of heaven. Wherefore, while I stood there, and hanging down my head, I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...me to speak without this wicked way of swearing." And so later on he is able to say, " But how it came to pass I know not ; I did from this time forward...
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AN ENGLISH PROSE MISCELLANY

JOHN MASEFIELD - 1907
...as I thought, before the God of heaven ; wherefore, while I stood there, and hanging down my head, I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing ; for, thought I, I am so accustomed to it, that it is in vain for me to think of a reformation ; for...
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Grace Abounding and The Pilgrim's Progress, Volume 72;Volume 698

John Bunyan - 1907 - 431 halaman
...too, as I thought, before the God of Heaven : Wherefore while I stood there, and hanging down my head, I •"wished with all my heart that I might be a little...me to speak without this wicked " way of swearing ; for, thought I, I am so accustomed to it, that it is but in vain for me to think of a reformation,...
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English Literature: Its History and Its Significance for the Life of the ...

William Joseph Long - 1909 - 582 halaman
...his profanity left him ; he hung down his head with shame. " I wished with all my heart," he says, " that I might be a little child again, that my father...me to speak without this wicked way of swearing." With characteristic vehemence Bunyan hurls himself upon a promise of Scripture, and instantly the reformation...
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Mysticism and Modern Life

John Wright Buckham - 1915 - 256 halaman
...lament. Sometimes it foreshadows a new and richer childhood—as when Bunyan exclaimed in his darkness, "I wished with all my heart that I might be a little child again." The experience of the mystics as a whole offers a striking exemplification of the saying of Christ...
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