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" ... and would never have been what it was, in rapport always with the facts of nature and life, if it had been only a feminine response to his. Men like women to reflect them, no doubt ; but the woman who can only reflect a man, and is nothing in herself,... "
Guild court - Side 283
av George Macdonald - 1868
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The Christian Pioneer, Volumer 32-33

1878
...berth till he knows whither the ship is bound. — Dr. JW Alexander. Men like women to reflect them, but the woman who can only reflect a man and is nothing...in herself, will never be of much service to him. — George McDonald. Since the generality of persons act from impulse much more than from principle,...
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The Education of Girls; and the Employment of Women of the Upper Classes ...

William Ballantyne Hodgson - 1869 - 114 sider
...contrived as to exaggerate all these defects?"— TH Huxley, in "The Reader," 2oth May, 1865, p. 561. "Men like women to reflect them, no doubt; but the...alone is not likely to make either a good wife or a good mother." — Geo. MacDonald. "Guild Court," vol. i, p. 283, c. xix., 1868. "The education of...
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The Cooking Club of Tu-Whit Hollow

Ella Farman Pratt - 1876 - 223 sider
...Here is something for the educators of women, by George MacDonald : " Men like women to reflect them ; but the woman who can only reflect a man and is nothing...in herself will never be of much service to him/' This is a picture, sure enough, from Mrs. Whitney: "She was like a breeze that set everything fluttering,...
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A Consecrated Life: Portraiture of Rev. Edwin Delmont Kelley, Missionary in ...

Jennie B. Kelley - 1879 - 277 sider
...Here is something for the educators of women, by George MacDonald : "Men like women to reflect them; but the woman who can only reflect a man and is nothing...in herself will never be of much service to him." This is a picture, sure enough, from Mrs. Whitney : " She was like a breeze that set everything fluttering,...
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Good words, ed. by N. Macleod

Norman Macleod - 1867
...if it had been only a feminine response to his. Men like women to reflect them, no doubt ; but tlie woman who can only reflect a man, and is nothing in herself, will never be of muoh service to him. The woman who cannot stand alone is not likely to make either a good wife or mother....
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Golden Gleams of Thought from the Words of Leading Orators, Divines ...

Rev. S. Pollock Linn - 1881 - 446 sider
...is like the influence of true womanhood in society. Prof. Parsdon. MEN like women to reflect them, but the woman who can only reflect a man and is nothing...in herself, will never be of much service to him. George McDonald. To glorify the common offices of life, that is the grandest part of woman's work in...
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