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219 11 Works. V, 112. Just previously Arnold states: "He who works for machinery, he who works for hatred, works for confusion" (p. 112). 12 Ibid, III, 112. 13 Ibid, III, 113. 14 Ibid, V, 164-65. 15 Ibid, V, 246. Arnold goes on to say: "The predominance of the humane instinct will very much depend upon its meeting. . . with what it is fitted to help and elicit it." 16 Ibid, III, 118. Arnold depicts Heine spending most of his life in "one fierce battle" against Philistinism. 17 Ibid, III, 112-13. 18 In "Hebraism and Hellenism" Arnold states: "The uppermost idea with Hebraism is conduct and obedience" (Works. V, Ι65). 19 Matthew Arnold (1949; rptd NY: Viking P, I966), p. 257. 20 Quoted in G. W. E. Russell, Matthew Arnold (Lond: Hodder and Stoughton, 1904), p. I60. WE HAVE MOVED-EFFECTIVE JULY 1,1971 ...


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