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An original and illustrated physiological and physiognomical chart (1873) (14592134600)

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An original and illustrated physiological and physiognomical chart (1873) (14592134600)

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Identifier: originalillustra00simm (find matches)
Title: An original and illustrated physiological and physiognomical chart
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Simms, Joseph, 1833-1920 Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana (Library of Congress) DLC Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress) DLC
Subjects: Physiognomy
Publisher: Glasgow : Dunn & Wright, printers
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress



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bird, beast, rail-way engine, or whistle, as well as every sound, animal or artificial, withwonderful exactness. The tones, gestures, and gaits of persons, you canto the life portray. With study and practice you could excel in dra-matic art. 12. In doing as others do you are a perfect ape; imitation is your forte,rather than origination. To be and do as others do is in you a strongcharacteristic. Travesty would be your strong point if you cultivatedthe propensity of your nature. Voltaire says, * A good imitation is themost perfect originality. A. To Improve the Power of Animal Imitation:—Assume themanners of those around you and follow the fashions; attend dramaticperformances; imitate all that is worthy of imitation; associate with AQUASORBITIVENESS. those who are servile imitators; mock, personate, and burlesque theshoddy aristocracy; make good and intellectual people your antitypesand patterns rather than being theirs; tread in the footsteps of vourfriends and parody everything.
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Auimalimitationality large.Chimpanzee, taken from life in the Zoological Gardens in London, B. To Weaken or Minify the Animal-Imitative Faculty:—Beodd and unique in dress, ways, habits, and manners; set yourself up asa prototype to the world; be yourself a pattern rather than a counterfeit;nine-tenths of the world are counterfeits of good and original characters.Then try to be the tenth one and be unmatched and inimitable in thenoble enterprise of the world. AQUASORBITIVENESS. I appreciation and love of water-drinking, water scenery,bathing, etc.A rounding or puffy fvlness of the cheeks^ from one-half to three-fourthsof an inch outwards^ backwards, and slightly upwards from the mouth isthat part of the face where the love of liquid first manifests itself» 34 AQUASORBITIVEXESS. 1. You have a great dread of water-bathing, and abhor the verysight of water nearly as much as the dog afEicted with hydrophobia.

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