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Went to London and began to prepare for ordination, living among the poor and doing parish work: this led to his doubting the efficacy of infant baptism and hence to his declining to take orders. Sailed for New Zealand and started sheep-farming in Canterbury Province: while in the colony he wrote much for the Press of Christchurch, N.

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A First Year in Canterbury Settlement : made out of his letters home to his family together with two articles reprinted from the Eagle the magazine of St. Sold out his sheep run and returned to England in company with Charles Paine Pauli, whose acquaintance he had made in the colony.

This book reproduces—the substance of his pamphlet on the resurrection: MS. Having invested his money in various companies that failed, one of which had its works in Canada, and having spent much time during the last few years in that country, trying unsuccessfully to save part of his capital, he now returned to London, and during the next ten years experienced serious financial difficulties. Jones, is in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. A Portrait of Butler, painted in this year by himself, now at St. Unconscious Memory : A comparison between the theory of Dr.

A Portrait of Butler, painted in this year by himself, now at the Schools, Shrewsbury. A third portrait of Butler, painted by himself about this time, is at Christchurch, New Zealand. Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino illustrated by the author, Charles Gogin and Henry Festing Jones: an account of his holiday travels with dissertations on most of the subjects that interested him: MS.

A new edition of Evolution Old and New , with a short preface alluding to the recent death of Charles Darwin, an appendix and an index. Luck or Cunning as the main means of Organic Modification? In this and the two following years contributed some articles to the Universal Review , most of which were republished after his death as Essays on Life , Art , and Science The Humour of Homer. Went to Sicily, the first of many visits, to collect evidence in support of his theory identifying the Scheria and Ithaca of the Odyssey with Trapani and the neighbouring Mount Eryx.

The Life and Letters of Dr. Samuel Butler his grandfather in so far as they illustrate the scholastic, religious and social life of England from — MS. The Authoress of the Odyssey , where and when she wrote, who she was, the use she made of the Iliad and how the poem grew under her hands: MS.

Erewhon Revisited twenty years later both by the Original Discoverer of the Country and by his Son: this was a return not only to Erewhon but also to the subject of the pamphlet on the resurrection. Samuel Butler Records and Memorials , a collection of obituary notices with a note by R. Streatfeild, his literary executor, printed for private circulation: with reproduction of a photograph of Butler taken at Varallo in The Way of All Flesh , a novel, written between and , published by R.

Streatfeild: MS. Essays on Life , Art and Science , being reprints of his Universal Review articles, together with two lectures. Printed for private circulation. July Fifield, with prefatory note by R. George Bernard Shaw. Streatfeild, Mr.

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Fuller Maitland and Mr. Wood, the Secretary of the Association. Unconscious Memory , a new edition entirely reset with a note by R. Streatfeild and an introduction by Professor Marcus Hartog, M. Samuel Butler Author of Erewhon. A paper read before the Historical Society of St. The Master Mr. Life and Habit , a new edition with a preface by R. May A pamphlet giving the substance of a correspondence between Mr. Evolution Old and New , a reprint of the second edition with prefatory note by R. June 1. June 8. June The Press reprinted some of the correspondence, etc.

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Edmund Gosse, C. We are like billiard balls in a game played by unskilful players, continually being nearly sent into a pocket, but hardly ever getting right into one, except by a fluke. We are like thistle-down blown about by the wind—up and down, here and there—but not one in a thousand ever getting beyond seed-hood.

A man is a passing mood coming and going in the mind of his country; he is the twitching of a nerve, a smile, a frown, a thought of shame or honour, as it may happen. When I was a boy at school at Shrewsbury, old Mrs. Brown used to keep a tray of spoiled tarts which she sold cheaper. They most of them looked pretty right till you handled them. We are all spoiled tarts. He is a poor creature who does not believe himself to be better than the whole world else. No matter how ill we may be, or how low we may have fallen, we would not change identity with any other person.

Hence our self-conceit sustains and always must sustain us till death takes us and our conceit together so that we need no more sustaining. Man must always be a consuming fire or be consumed. As for hell, we are in a burning fiery furnace all our lives—for what is life but a process of combustion? We have got into life by stealth and petitio principii , by the free use of that contradiction in terms which we declare to be the most outrageous violation of our reason.

We have wriggled into it by holding that everything is both one and many, both infinite in time and space and yet finite, both like and unlike to the same thing, both itself and not itself, both free and yet inexorably fettered, both every adjective in the dictionary and at the same time the flat contradiction of every one of them. Murray the publisher said that my Life of Dr.

Butler was an omnium gatherum. Yes, but life is an omnium gatherum.

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Life is a superstition. But superstitions are not without their value. Life is eight parts cards and two parts play, the unseen world is made manifest to us in the play. Lizards generally seem to have lost their tails by the time they reach middle life.

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So have most men. A sense of humour keen enough to show a man his own absurdities, as well as those of other people, will keep him from the commission of all sins, or nearly all, save those that are worth committing.

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Life is like music, it must be composed by ear, feeling and instinct, not by rule. Nevertheless one had better know the rules, for they sometimes guide in doubtful cases—though not often. There are two great rules of life, the one general and the other particular.

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The first is that every one can, in the end, get what he wants if he only tries. This is the general rule. The particular rule is that every individual is, more or less, an exception to the general rule. Nature is essentially mean, mediocre. You can have schemes for raising the level of this mean, but not for making every one two inches taller than his neighbour, and this is what people really care about.

All progress is based upon a universal innate desire on the part of every organism to live beyond its income.

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