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" I hear the sound of their sport borne over the water. As yet we have not man in Nature. What a singular fact for an angel visitant to this earth to carry back in his note-book, that men were forbidden to expose their bodies under the severest penalties. "
The American Journal of Psychology - 304 ページ
編集 - 1909
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Summer: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau, 第 6 巻

Henry David Thoreau - 1884 - 382 ページ
...willows. The color of their bodies in the sun at a distance is pleasing, the not often seen flesh color. I hear the sound of their sport borne over the water....to expose their bodies under the severest penalties ! A pale pink which the sun would soon tan. White man ! There are no white men to contrast with the...

Summer: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau, 第 6 巻

Henry David Thoreau - 1884 - 382 ページ
...willows. The color of their bodies in the sun at a distance is pleasing, the not often seen flesh color. I hear the sound of their sport borne over the water....to expose their bodies under the severest penalties ! A pale pink which the sun would soon tan. White man ! There are no white men to contrast with the...

The Writings of Henry David Thoreau: With Bibliographical ..., 第 6 巻

Henry David Thoreau - 1884
...willows. The color of their bodies in the sun at a distance is pleasing, the not often seen flesh color. I hear the sound of their sport borne over the water....to expose their bodies under the severest penalties ! A pale pink which the sun would soon tan. White man ! There are no white men to contrast with the...

The Writings of Henry David Thoreau, 第 6 巻

Henry David Thoreau - 1884
...willows. The color of their bodies in the sun at a distance is pleasing, the not often seen flesh color. I hear the sound of their sport borne over the water....to expose their bodies under the severest penalties ! A pale pink which the sun would soon tan. White man ! There are no white men to contrast with the...

Studies in the psychology of sex. v.6, 1911, 第 6 巻

Havelock Ellis - 1910
...false conventions we have inherited in this matter. Thus Thoreau writes in his journal on June 12. 1852, as he looks at boys bathing in the river: "The...expose their bodies under the severest penalties." Iwau Bloch, in Chapter VII of his Sexual Life of Our Time, discusses this question of nakedness from...

Sex in Relation to Society

Havelock Ellis - 1910 - 656 ページ
...false conventions we have inherited in this matter. Thus Thoreau writes in his journal on June 12, 1852, as he looks at boys bathing in the river: "The...expose their bodies under the severest penalties." Iwan Bloch, in Chapter VII of his Sexual Life of Our Time, discusses this question of nakedness from...

Sex in Relation to Society

Havelock Ellis - 1910 - 656 ページ
...Thoreau writes in his journal no June 12, 1852, as he looks at boys bathing in the river: "The color ol their bodies in the sun at a distance is pleasing....expose their bodies under the severest penalties." Iwan Bloch, in Chapter VII of his Sexual Life of Our Time, discusses this question of nakedness from...

Sex in Relation to Society

Havelock Ellis - 1910 - 656 ページ
...Thoreau writes in his journal oo June 12, 1852, as he looks at boys bathing in the river: "The color ol their bodies in the sun at a distance is pleasing....expose their bodies under the severest penalties." Iwan Bloch, in Chapter VII of his Sexual Life of Our Time, discusses this question of nakedness from...

Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Sex in relation to society

Havelock Ellis - 1910
...false conventions we have inherited in this matter. Thus Thoreau writes in his journal nn June 12, 1852, as he looks at boys bathing in the river: "The...singular fact for an angel visitant to this earth to curry back in his note-book, that men were forbidden to expose their bodies under the severest penalties."...

Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Sex in relation to society

Havelock Ellis - 1910
...false conventions we have inherited in this matter. Thus Thoreau writes in his journal on June 12, 1852, as he looks at boys bathing in the river: "The...expose their bodies under the severest penalties." Iwan Bloch, in Chapter VII of his Sexual Life of Our Time, discusses this question of nakedness from...




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