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" ... speak louder, shout, for I am deaf. " Ah how could I possibly admit an infirmity in the one sense which should have been more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in highest perfection, a perfection such as few surely in my... "
The Life of Ludwig Van Beethoven - Side 353
av Alexander Wheelock Thayer, Hermann Deiters, Hugo Riemann - 1921 - 371 sider
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The Life of Beethoven

David Wyn Jones - 1998 - 204 sider
...louder, shout, for I am deaf.' Ah, how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the greatest perfection, a perfection such as few in my profession have or ever have had. Oh I cannot...
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Streams Of Civilization: Cultures In Conflict Since The Reformation Until ...

Garry J. Moes - 2003 - 438 sider
...recorded his inner feelings. ...I was compelled early to isolate myself, to live in loneliness, . . it was impossible for me to say to men speak louder,...perfection such as few surely in my profession enjoy. . , I must live like an exile, if I approach near to people a hot temper seizes upon me, a fear that...
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Left-Handed History of World

Ed Wright - 2007 - 256 sider
...SYMBOLISED THE TRANSITION BETWEEN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY CLASSICISM AND NINETEENTH CENTURY ROMANTICISM. infirmity in the one sense which should have been...perfection such as few surely in my profession enjoy or have enjoyed . . . Forced already in my 28thyear to become a philosopher, 0 it is not easy, less easy...
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Post Mortem: Solving History's Great Medical Mysteries

...shout, for I am deaf." Ah, how could I possibly admit an infirmity in the one sense which ought to be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the highest perfection, a perfection such as few in my profession enjoy or every have enjoyed. —...
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New Outlook, Volum 152

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1929
...should I then bring myself to admit the weakness of a sense which ought to be more "LOBKOWITZ, DONKE\" perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the greatest perfection, a perfection such as few assuredly of my profession have yet possessed it...
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