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Darwin did not yet understand his new ally. Huxley's temptations were overwork and rigorous self-denial. " "Once we were married," wrote Netty, "the whole atmosphere was scientific his occupation, his friends, his books the lectures he gave that I attended. " 22 It was hardly a Christian revelation. Before her marriage, she had prayed that "Hal's" heart might be touched by faith. Afterward, she came gradually to think of herself as an agnostic. And yet to the end of her days she thanked "the Eternal Goodness" 23 for what was noble in her life and Hal's.
General who detests war. Meanwhile, war was of course inevitable. In recent papers Huxley had vigorously criticized Cuvier, the tutelary deity of comparative anatomists, and had aroused much pious horror not so much by his criticism itself as by its vigor. He had committed that last Victorian enormity, that worst of virtuous errors he had made a mistake in tone. Even Darwin, who had for many years been quietly and decorously removing the bottom from Cuvier's universe, felt obliged to write his young friend a letter of gentle remonstrance.
He was Huxley rarefied and intensified, Huxley without the solidity and the mass. He was at once more fanciful and more logical, more impulsive and more restrained. He had all of an Irishman's generosity with all of an Irishman's jealous insistence on his rights. He took himself very seriously and, for humor, was capable only of a boisterous and farcical playfulness. His courage, both moral and physical, was rash and quixotic. His loyalty was absolute, being coupled with life to A Prophet in His Own ^^ Country an almost feminine intensity of devotion and gentleness of manner which made him the life-long friend of men so unlike as Carlyle and Faraday.