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And inaudible, too, by mortal ear, but heard with all-comprehending love and pity in the farthest heaven, that almost agony of prayer --now whispered, now a groan, now a struggling silence--wherewith she besought the Divine assistance through the day Evidently, this is to be a day of more than ordinary trial to Miss Hepzibah, who, for above a quarter of a century gone by, has dwelt in strict seclusion, taking no part in the business of life, and just as little in its intercourse and pleasures.
White described them as "the excruciating last words of someone crucified by his own exquisite and all-comprehending sensibility.
Being hinternational means becoming wise to the all-seeing and all-comprehending cultural givens and to the begrudging nature of givenness that would just as soon take one in as proffer its enabling insight.