I esteemed eloquence highly, and was in raptures with poesy; but I thought that both were gifts of nature rather than fruits of study
Pierre went into that gloomy study
which he had entered with such trepidation in his benefactor's lifetime.
So Martin went on into a thorough study
of evolution, mastering more and more the subject himself, and being convinced by the corroborative testimony of a thousand independent writers.
But this, I said, is a laborious study
, and therefore we had better go and learn of them; and they will tell us whether there are any other applications of these sciences.
An excellent study
, for she enjoys it, and I mean to teach her how to manage her nerves so that they won't be a curse to her, as many a woman's become through ignorance or want of thought.
Having drunk his second cup of tea with cream, and bread, Alexey Alexandrovitch got up, and was going towards his study
In this mood of mind I betook myself to the mathematics and the branches of study
appertaining to that science as being built upon secure foundations, and so worthy of my consideration.
Firstly, he learns to know his country, and is better able to undertake its defence; afterwards, by means of the knowledge and observation of that locality, he understands with ease any other which it may be necessary for him to study
hereafter; because the hills, valleys, and plains, and rivers and marshes that are, for instance, in Tuscany, have a certain resemblance to those of other countries, so that with a knowledge of the aspect of one country one can easily arrive at a knowledge of others.
When Philip was put in the study
he could not help seeing that the others, who had been together for three terms, welcomed him coldly.
And I'll study
as hard as I can and do my very best to be a credit to you.
While matters were in this state, East and Tom were one evening sitting in their study
Separated since infancy from his parents, whom he had hardly known; cloistered and immured, as it were, in his books; eager above all things to study
and to learn; exclusively attentive up to that time, to his intelligence which broadened in science, to his imagination, which expanded in letters,--the poor scholar had not yet had time to feel the place of his heart.