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" Hawthorne's love for the sea amounted to a passionate worship, and while I (the worst sailor probably on this planet) was longing, spite of the good company on board, to reach land as soon as possible, Hawthorne was constantly saying in his quiet, earnest... "
Pen Pictures of Modern Authors - Page 148
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The Atlantic Monthly

American literature - 1871
...shouted, " Bedad, your honor, I can change that for ye " ; and the knave actually did it on the spot. Hawthorne's love for the sea amounted to a passionate...while I (the worst sailor probably on this planet, as you know, from yachting experiences with me, my dear Jack,) was longing, spite of the good company...
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Nathaniel Hawthorne: An Oration Delivered Before the Alumni of Bowdoin ...

Joseph White Symonds - 1878 - 40 pages
...which never expired. In 1860, on his return from England, he said to a friend who was sea-sick : " I should like to sail on and on forever, and never touch the shore again." He was not averse to books, and, at an early age, an accidental lameness, which held him a prisoner from...
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Tales of The White Hills: Legends of New England...

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1879 - 96 pages
...shouted, " Hedad, your honor, I ean ehange that for ye "; and the knave aetually did it on the spot. Hawthorne's love for the sea amounted to a passionate...board, to reach land as soon as possible, Hawthorne was eonstantly saying in his quiet, earnest way, " I should like to sail on and on forever, and never touch...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883
...Professor Stowe were on board, with their daughters, and Mr. Fields, who was also a passenger, has said : " Hawthorne's love for the sea amounted to a passionate...and on forever, and never touch the shore again.' " His inherited susceptibility to the fascination of the sea no doubt intensified his enjoyment, and...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883
...Professor Stowe were on board, with their daughters, and Mr. Fields, who was also a passenger, has said : " Hawthorne's love for the sea amounted to a passionate...and on forever, and never touch the shore again.' " His inherited susceptibility to the fascination of the sea no doubt intensified his enjoyment, and...
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Tales, Sketches, and Other Papers

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Historical fiction, American - 1883 - 569 pages
...Professor Stowe were on board, with their daughters, and Mr. Fields, who was also a passenger, has said : " Hawthorne's love for the sea amounted to a passionate...and on forever, and never touch the shore again.' " His inherited susceptibility to the fascination of the sea . no doubt intensified his enjoyment,...
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Famous American Authors

Sarah Knowles Bolton - Authors - 1887 - 398 pages
...And yet he liked fun, was especially fond of animals, and had a passion for the sea. He used to say, "I should like to sail on and on forever, and never touch the shore again." At fourteen, his family moved to Sebago Lake, Maine, where, he says, " I lived like a bird of the air,...
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Works, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1888
...Professor Stowe were on board, with their daughters, and Mr. Fields, who was also a passenger, has said : " Hawthorne's love for the sea amounted to a passionate...and on forever, and never touch the shore again.' " His inherited susceptibility to the fascination of the sea no doubt intensified his enjoyment, and...
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Yesterdays with Authors

James Thomas Fields - Authors, English - 1893 - 419 pages
...shouted, " Bedad, your honor, I can change that for ye " ; and the knave actually did it on the spot. Hawthorne's love for the sea amounted to a passionate...saying in his quiet, earnest way, " I should like to Bail on and on forever, and never touch the shore again." He liked to stand alone in the bows of the...
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American College Course, Part 13

Seymour Eaton - 1916
...ting the book, handed it very contentedly to the happy lady.—JAMES T. FIELDS. HAWTHORNE AND THE SEA. Hawthorne's love for the sea amounted to a passionate...planet) was longing, spite of the good company on board [Fields and Hawthorne were returning home from England together], to reach land as soon as possible,...
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