William Hazlitt Quote

The devil was a great loss in the preternatural world. He was always something to fear and to hate; he supplied the antagonist powers of the imagination, and the arch of true religion hardly stands firm without him.


The Round Table. A collection of Essays... By W. H. and Leigh Hunt (ed. 1871)

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The devil was a great loss in the preternatural world. He was always something to fear and to hate; he supplied the antagonist powers of the...

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The devil was a great loss in the preternatural world. He was always something to fear and to hate; he supplied the antagonist powers of the...

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The devil was a great loss in the preternatural world. He was always something to fear and to hate; he supplied the antagonist powers of the...

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The devil was a great loss in the preternatural world. He was always something to fear and to hate; he supplied the antagonist powers of the...