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We will suppose that the master of a household desires only to get as much work
out of his servants as he can, at the rate ... things pushes his requirements to the
exact point beyond which he cannot go without forcing the servant to leave him.
It would be so if the servant were an engine of which the motive power was steam
, magnetism, gravitation, or any other agent of calculable force. But he being, on
the contrary, an engine whose motive power is a Soul, the Z * -- force of this very
But the universal law of the matter is that, assuming any given quantity of energy
and sense in master and servant, the greatest material result obtainable by them
will be, not through antagonism to each other, but through affection for each ...
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I saw this in a charity shop and bought it solely because it contains his wonderful fairy tale, "The King of the Golden River". I will, I'm afraid, skip the essays on art, architecture, and culture ... Read full review
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