No; these revelations, unless I greatly err, are meant merely to promote the intellectual satisfaction of all intelligent beings, who will stand waiting, on that day, to see the dark problem
of this life made plain.
Jurgis was not able to figure, except it was a very simple sum, but Ona was like lightning at such things, and she worked out the problem
for the family.
Lorry, Charles Darnay made some mention of this conversation in general terms, and spoke of Sydney Carton as a problem
of carelessness and recklessness.
Every time he resolved within himself, after mature inquiry that it was all a dream, his mind flew back again, like a strong spring released, to its first position, andpresented the same problem
to be worked all through, "Was it a dream or not?
Murdstone's dressing-gown, or any such ridiculous problem
that I have no business with, and don't want to have anything at all to do with.
Wopsle's great-aunt's granddaughter; I confess myself quiet unequal to the working out of the problem
, what relation she was to Mr.
Gradually the guineas, the crowns, and the half-crowns grew to a heap, and Marner drew less and less for his own wants, trying to solve the problem
of keeping himself strong enough to work sixteen hours a-day on as small an outlay as possible.
Still, the East End is a very important problem
," remarked Sir Thomas with a grave shake of the head.
which he had to solve was this: how to do away with any dangerous intermediary between the man who gives the twenty-thousand francs and the man who receives it.
He was a teacher of acoustics and a student of electricity, possibly the only man in his generation who was able to focus a knowledge of both subjects upon the problem
of the telephone.
It is easy to see that this problem
alone, as often as it should occur, would open a wide field for the exercise of factious views, of partiality, and of oppression, in the majority that happened to prevail in the national council.
What this security ought to be, is the great problem
to be solved.