Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Theodore Parker” in chapter 14 of Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899:
...s the French say, into great affection, inviting him frequently to my house, and feeling a sort of illumination in his clear intellect and severe taste. Before I had come to know him well, I asked Theodore Parker whether he did not consider Dr. Hedge a very learned man. He replied, Hedge is learned in spots. Parker's idea of learning was of the encyclopaedic kind. He wanted to know everything about ever...
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