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" Man must not disclaim his brotherhood, even with the guiltiest, since, though his hand be clean, his heart has surely been polluted by the flitting phantoms of iniquity. He must feel, that when he shall knock at the gate of Heaven, no semblance of an... "
Twice-told Tales - Page 272
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1871
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Twice-told Tales, Volume 1

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1861 - 302 pages
...heart. Even then, however, he sustained an ugly gash. Why should we follow Fancy through the whole series of those awful pictures ? Painted by an artist...life can entitle him to entrance there. Penitence must kneel, and Mercy come from the footstool of the throne, or that golden gate will never open !...
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Twice-told Tales, Volume 1

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1865 - 464 pages
...nature as a settled and full resolve, either for good or evil, except at the very moment of execntion. Let us hope, therefore, that all the dreadful consequences...with the guiltiest, since, though his hand be clean, hu heart has surely been polluted by the flitting phantoms of iniqufty. He must feel, that, when he...
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 10; Volume 32

1886 - 994 pages
...catholicity of guilt runs through all Hawthorne's productions. " Man," he says (in " Fancy's Show-Box "), " must not disclaim his brotherhood even with the guiltiest,...been polluted by the flitting phantoms of iniquity." Again, thestoryof " Young Goodman Brown" — perhaps the most remarkable piece of imaginative writing...
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The gray champion. Sunday at home. The wedding knell. The minister's black ...

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1876 - 268 pages
...thought. Yet, with the slight fancy-work which we have framed, some sad and awful truths are iuterwoveii. Man must not disclaim his brotherhood, even with the...life can entitle him to entrance there. Penitence must kneel, and Mercy come from the footstool of the throne, or that golden gate will never open !...
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Twice-told Tales

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1878 - 602 pages
...therefore, that all the dreadful consequences of sin will not be incurrei, unless the act have set 'ts seal upon the thought. Yet, with the slight fancy...polluted by the flitting phantoms of iniquity. He mr.st feel, that, when he shall knock at the gate of Heaven, no semblance of an unspotted life can...
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Twice-told Tales, Volumes 1-2

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1879 - 540 pages
...not be incurred, unless the act have set its seal upon the thought. Yet, with the slight fancy-work which we have framed, some sad and awful truths are...life can entitle him to entrance there. Penitence must kneel, and Mercy come from the footstool of the throne, or that golden gate will never open !...
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Hawthorne's Works, Volume 1

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1879 - 270 pages
...not be incurred, unless the act have set its seal upon the thought. Yet, with the slight fancy-work which we have framed, some sad and awful truths are...life can entitle him to entrance there. Penitence must kneel, and Mercy come from the footstool of the throne, or that golden gate will never open !...
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Twice-told Tales

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1882 - 612 pages
...before, sin is actually felt and acknowledged, and, if unaccompanied by repentance, grows a thousand-fold more virulent by its selfconsciousness. Be it considered,...life can entitle him to entrance there. Penitence must kneel, and Mercy come from the footstool of the throne, or that golden gate will never open !...
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Twice-told tales

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1882 - 560 pages
...before, sin is actually felt and acknowledged, and, if unaccompanied by repentance, grows a thousand-fold more virulent by its selfconsciousness. Be it considered,...life can entitle him to entrance there. Penitence must kneel, and Mercy come from the footstool of the throne, or that golden gate will never open !...
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The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne: Twice-told tales. [c1882

1882 - 548 pages
...before, sin is actually felt and acknowledged, and, if unaccompanied by repentance, grows a thousand-fold more virulent by its selfconsciousness. Be it considered,...life can entitle him to entrance there. Penitence must kneel, and Mercy come from the footstool of the throne, or that golden gate will never open !...
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