I have made up my mind that I ought not to be a perfect horsewoman, and so I should never correspond
to your pattern of a lady.
And after all, articulate men, in the act of thinking, willy nilly use images that correspond
to words and that amplify words.
The fact narrated must correspond
to something in me to be credible or intelligible.
then that changes the aspect of things which no longer corresponds
with Monsieur Rouletabille's ideas
What results, formally, from our knowledge of the past through images of which we recognize the inaccuracy, is that such images must have two characteristics by which we can arrange them in two series, of which one corresponds
to the more or less remote period in the past to which they refer, and the other to our greater or less confidence in their accuracy.
The first, which alone your Majesty knows of, simply corresponds
with what in England is known as the Primrose League.
So assured, indeed, is the fact concerning the periodicalness of the sperm whale's resorting to given waters, that many hunters believe that, could he be closely observed and studied throughout the world; were the logs for one voyage of the entire whale fleet carefully collated, then the migrations of the sperm whale would be found to correspond
in invariability to those of the herring-shoals or the flights of swallows.
For the rest, he begs his readers not to suppose that every minute detail in the daily life of Flatland must needs correspond
to some other detail in Spaceland; and yet he hopes that, taken as a whole, his work may prove suggestive as well as amusing, to those Spacelanders of moderate and modest minds who -- speaking of that which is of the highest importance, but lies beyond experience -- decline to say on the one hand, "This can never be," and on the other hand, "It must needs be precisely thus, and we know all about it.
Verdier, the French gentleman, from whom I have gained more than I ever expected(in six weeks), and with whom I have promised to correspond