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" The thousand soft, voices of the earth have truly found their way to me — the small rustle in tufts of grass, the silky swish of leaves, the buzz of insects, the hum of bees in blossoms I / have plucked, the flutter of a bird's wings after his bath,... "
The Montessori Method and the American School - Page 61
by Florence Elizabeth Ward - 1913 - 243 pages
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The World I Live in

Helen Keller - Deafblind people - 1908 - 195 pages
...wrought in less than two months to the music of nature's orchestra, in the midst of balmy incense. The thousand soft, voices of the earth have truly...thought forever, an undying part of happy memories. Between my experiences and the experiences of others there is no gulf of mute space which I may not...
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The Century: 1907-08, Volume 75

1908
...wrought in less than two months to the music of nature's orchestra, in the midst of balmy incense. The thousand soft voices of the earth have truly found...thought forever, an undying part of happy memories. Between my experiences and the experiences of others there is no gulf of mute space which I may not...
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The World I Live in

Helen Keller - Deafblind people - 1908 - 195 pages
...wrought in less than two months to the music of nature's orchestra, in the midst of balmy incense. The thousand soft voices of the earth have truly found...water running over pebbles. Once having been felt, 59 these loved voices rustle, buzz, hum, flutter, and ripple in my thought forever, an undying part...
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Moto-sensory Development: Observations on the First Three Years of a Child

George Van Ness Dearborn - Child development - 1910 - 215 pages
...whirls 'round, and I find it difficult to walk steadily. Every atom of my body is a vibroscope. ****** The thousand soft voices of the earth have truly found...of a bird's wings after his bath, and the slender ripping vibration of water running over pebbles. Once having been felt, these loved voices rustle,...
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The normal child and primary education

Arnold Gesell, Beatrice Chandler Gesell - Education, Primary - 1912 - 342 pages
...enchanting that her hands quiver with pleasure, for touch, too, has its ecstasies and is eloquent. " In touch is all love and intelligence." "The thousand...insects, the hum of bees in blossoms I have plucked, the nutter of a bird's wings after his bath, and the slender rippling vibration of water running over pebbles....
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The Howe Readers by Grades: Book six-[eight], Book 8

Will David Howe - Readers - 1912
...midst of balm}'' incense. The thousand soft voices of the earth have truly found their way to me—the small rustle in tufts of grass, the silky swish of...bird's wings after his bath, and the slender rippling vibrations of water running over pebbles. Once having been felt, these loved voices rustle, buzz, hum,...
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Outlook for the Blind, Volumes 1-2

Blind - 1907
...better this description of the "thousand small voices of the earth" that have found their way to her: "The small rustle in tufts of grass, the silky swish...rippling vibration of water running over pebbles." Again, her account of the "fiendish noises" of man and machinery, beginning with a scene of modern...
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