The Uncollected Writings of Thomas De Quincey / With A Preface and Annotations by James HoggBook - 1892
Excerpt: ...me upon which religion might hereafter have grown. My heart overflowed with thankfulness to Providence: I had a natural tone of unaffected piety; and thus far at least I might have been called a religious man, that in the simplicity of truth I could have exclaimed, 'O, Abner, I fear God, and I fear none beside.' But wherefore seek to delay ascending by a natural climax to that final consummation and perfect crown of my felicity
Publisher: London : Swan Sonnenschein, 1892
Branch Call Number: 824/DEQ
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