The Zeit-Geist eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 117 pages of information about The Zeit-Geist.

Title:  The Zeit-Geist

Author:  Lily Dougall

Release Date:  March 26, 2006 [EBook #18054]

Language:  English

Character set encoding:  ASCII

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The Zeit-Geist

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The Zeit-Geist Library of COMPLETE NOVELS in One Volume. Paper, 1s. 6d.; cloth, 2s.

Early Volumes. 
By L. Dougall
The Zeit-geist.
With Frontispiece.

By gyp
CHIFFON’S marriage
With Portrait of Author.

By Frankfort Moore
The sale of A soul
With Frontispiece.

By the Author of “A Yellow Aster.” 
A new novel
With Frontispiece.

Other volumes to follow.

Each volume with designed
Title-page.

LondonHutchinson & Co.,
Paternoster row.

[Illustration:  Bust]

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The Zeit-Geist

L. DOUGALL

Author of Beggars All, What Necessity Knows, etc.

London
Hutchinson & Co
paternoster row

“I ... create evil.  I am
the Lord.”
Isa. xlv. 6, 7.

“Where will God be
absent?  In His face
Is light, but in His shadow
there is healing too: 
Let Guido touch the shadow
and be healed!”
The Ring and the Book.

  “If Nature is the garment

of God, it is woven without
seam throughout.”

        The Ascent of Man.

Oxford, January 1895.

When travelling in Canada, in the region north of Lake Ontario, I came upon traces of the somewhat remarkable life which is the subject of the following sketch.

Having applied to the school-master in the town where Bartholomew Toyner lived, I received an account the graphic detail and imaginative insight of which attest the writer’s personal affection.  This account, with only such condensation as is necessary, I now give to the world.  I do not believe that it belongs to the novel to teach theology; but I do believe that religious sentiments and opinions are a legitimate subject of its art, and that perhaps its highest function is to promote understanding by bringing into contact minds that habitually misinterpret one another._

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