Definition of rearrangement:
I do not think that Christianity will ever make much progress in Asia, for what is commonly known by that name is not the teaching of Christ but a rearrangement of it made in Europe and like most European institutions practical rather than thoughtful.- "Hinduism and Buddhism, Vol I. (of 3) An Historical Sketch", Charles Eliot.
The materials for analysis are abundant; and by rearrangement and special study they may be made to contribute both to the history of criticism and to our comprehension of the power of a great writer.- "Sir Walter Scott as a Critic of Literature", Margaret Ball.
- "Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official", William Sleeman.