Browsing K-State Libraries Digital Collections by Subject "Imagination"

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Browsing K-State Libraries Digital Collections by Subject "Imagination"

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  • Hulett, Guy Dudley
    Introduction: It is a significant fact in history that all philosophies relating to natural phenomena, all movements for reform, all evolutions into a higher plane and a larger life, trace their inception to the minds of ...
  • Turner, Marcia Elizabeth
    Introduction: To him whose part in life it is, to train the intellect of the child, must come the feeling of vast responsibility at holding in his hand that most delicate of all mechanisms, and knowing that largely on him, ...
  • Lantz, Edith Lynnette
    Introduction: “Poetry is the rhythmical expression of beauty or imagination, the verbal utterance of the ideal, and therefore the highest and most permanent form of literature.” According to this definition, even the most ...
  • Ellis, Lucy
    Introduction: Pleasure does not consist in doing just what one likes or pleases, that is a mere determination of the will. But it is rather a kind of feeling which stimulates the will to action tending to sustain or produce ...

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