In fact this book is a work of genius and, as always with works of genius, it is difficult
to analyze the elements that have gone to make it.
It is perhaps a difficult
matter, in such cases, to make a positive statement without more exhaustive examination, but to have raised questions with regard to details is not without advantage.
The next morning, in spite of our debility and the agony of hunger under which we were now suffering, though neither of us confessed to the fact, we struggled along our dismal and still difficult
and dangerous path, cheered by the hope of soon catching a glimpse of the valley before us, and towards evening the voice of a cataract which had for some time sounded like a low deep bass to the music of the smaller waterfalls, broke upon our ears in still louder tones, and assured us that we were approaching its vicinity.
But legislators who would establish this principle are apt to overlook what they ought to consider; that while they regulate the quantity of provisions which each individual shall possess, they ought also to regulate the number of his children; for if these exceed the allotted quantity of provision, the law must necessarily be repealed; and yet, in spite of the repeal, it will have the bad effect of reducing many from wealth to poverty, so difficult
is it for innovators not to fall into such mistakes.
It presented numerous inequalities, which would have been very difficult
to avoid during the night with a balloon that could no longer be controlled.
I say slept; but after that day's work, sleep was indeed difficult
It would be difficult
to describe her thoughts at that moment.
The generals seemed to listen reluctantly to the difficult
Whether it was pity or regret that saddened her expression as she gazed toward the southern heavens where she had watched the lights of his flier disappear the previous night, it would be difficult
The little old lady, whose bonnet hardly reached Dorothea's shoulder, was warmly welcomed, but while her hand was being pressed she made many of her beaver-like noises, as if she had something difficult
as this is to accomplish, it is still more difficult
to persuade the human into any organised effort to alleviate the ill conditions of the lesser animals.
But it is difficult
at times to fit the man of camp, and court, and counting-house to the poet and story-teller who possessed a wealth of words and a knowledge of how to use them greater than any Englishman who had lived before him.