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Full text of "The Note Books Of Samuel Butler"

Index

437

Wespin, Jea%de, 376
Westminster fkbbey, 199, 290
Wetterhorn, Handel and the,

H8
" We were two lovers standing

sadly by," 395
" What is't to live if not to

pull the strings/' 396
" While now without measure,"

117

Whistling Handel, 65
Whitman, Walt, 179
" Who paints a picture, writes

a play or book," 396
" Why," 57
" Why ? " 327
Widow, 391
Wife of Bath, The, 262
Wife, My, 249
Wilful procreation, 289
Will, Reconstructing, 392
Wind Concerts, At the, 133
Window-cleaning, 242
Winter, 315
Wisdom, 169,172, 176, 203, 223

— and Foolishness, 168

— from the West, 284

— Worldly, 290, 291

'' Wise   men  flattering,"   117,

118
Wishes, The vanity of human,

219
Wit, 365

— No professor of, 221
With darkness deep," 121

" With their vain mysterious

art," 117, 118
Woman, 226
Womanish men, 334
Woman's suffrage, 227

— religion, 334
Womb, 292
Women, 226, 227

— and religion, 228
Wood, Mr. H. J. T., 7

Woodsia, 271, 272
Wooing the public, 371
Word, Thought and, 93
Wordist, A great, 144
Words, 301, 330

— a scaffolding, 94

• and Colour, 144
-------feelings, 79

— ideas, 65

— juggles, 95

— like money, 95

• organised thought, 93
Wordsworth, 186

— only a poet, not a musician,
116

Work, Ancient, 193

— and the body, 21-3

— Men's, 396

— My, 374-8

— Our, looking to see where
it is wrong, 140

— Poetical,   the   less   a   man
creates, the better, 143

— to last must be good, 14
Working classes, 335

— Men's College, 5, 56, 204
World, The, 35, 328, 348, 365

-------a gambling table, 12

-------and genius, 12

-------and the individual, 12

-------governed by self-interest,

12

-------not wise, 12

-------of the unborn, 16

-------pervaded by  come-and-
go, 14

-------spiritual and the physi-
cal, 174
-------Unseen, 168, 320, 347

— This masks a greater, 176

— to  come,  The  life of  the,
360 et seq.

Worldly wisdom, 290, 291
Worlds, Imaginary, 232

— Two, 24, 25