And the abolition of this state of things is called by the bourgeois,abolition of individuality
By this time all the Queen's scholars had gravitated into their own places in the ranks and the various classes had assumed distinct and settled shadings of individuality
. Certain facts had become generally accepted.
The only things that held their own individuality
were the firs--for the fir is the tree of mystery and shadow, and yields never to the encroachments of crude radiance.
There was a certain individuality
in the features and expression that stamped it, at once, a successful likeness.
The Steward's fee is limited to three Guineas.' Friendly this, on the part of the Duke of Linseed (and thoughtful in the postscript), only lithographed by the hundred and presenting but a pale individuality
of an address to Nicodemus Boffin, Esquire, in quite another hand.
She, to give her individuality
fair play, took up all manner of philanthropic work and became a member of various rescuing and reforming societies patronized or presided over by ladies of title.
Surprising as this union of separate individuals in common stock must always appear, every tree displays th same fact, for buds must be considered as individual plants It is, however, natural to consider a polypus, furnished wit a mouth, intestines, and other organs, as a distinct individual whereas the individuality
of a leaf-bud is not easily realised so that the union of separate individuals in a common bod is more striking in a coralline than in a tree.
The men of this age carried still further the distrust and dislike felt by the previous generation for emotion, enthusiasm, and strong individuality
both in life and in literature, and exalted Reason and Regularity as their guiding stars.
All calculations were in his favour; but, chance being incalculable, he fell upon an individuality
whom it is much easier to define by opprobrious names than to classify in a calm and scientific spirit--but an individuality
certainly, and a temperament as well.
Also they made more grotesque an al- ready grotesque and elusive individuality
. Wines- burg was proud of the hands of Wing Biddlebaum in the same spirit in which it was proud of Banker White's new stone house and Wesley Moyer's bay stallion, Tony Tip, that had won the two-fifteen trot at the fall races in Cleveland.
Laidpore is more and more pleased with my work; he says it grows in force and individuality
. I cannot judge of that myself, but I feel that I have gained in ease and confidence.
He had formed a style for himself by a close imitation of Sir Thomas Browne; he used elaborate sentences, carefully balanced, and obsolete, resplendent words: it gave his writing an appearance of individuality
. Leonard Upjohn had induced Cronshaw to give him all his poems and found that there were enough to make a volume of reasonable size.