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according alliteration appears Brown called century character collection contains copy course criticism Dativ death discussion drama earlier early edition England English especially evidence example expression fact finally French German give given hand Henry illustrations important interest introduction Italy John king language later Latin less letters lines literary literature London manuscript matter meaning mentioned method mind nature notes original Paris passage period play poem poet poetry present Press principle printed probably Professor publication published question reference relation represented Rousseau seems soliloquy sonnet stage story suggested theme theory thought tion translation University verse Vita volume whole writing written York Young
Էջ 315 - My mother Earth! And thou fresh breaking Day, and you, ye Mountains, Why are ye beautiful? I cannot love ye. And thou, the bright eye of the universe, That openest over all, and unto all Art a delight— thou shin'st not on my heart.
Էջ 119 - Address'd his way, not with indented wave, Prone on the ground, as since, but on his rear, Circular base of rising folds, that tower'd Fold above fold a surging maze...
Էջ 190 - Down dropt, and all the faded roses shed. Speechless he stood and pale, till thus at length First to himself he inward silence broke...
Էջ 200 - Perchè negli atti d' allegrezza spenti Di fuor si legge com' io dentro avvampi ; Sì ch' io mi credo omai che monti, e piagge, E fiumi, e selve sappian di che tempre Sia la mia vita, ch' è celata altrui. Ma pur sì aspre vie, nè sì selvagge Cercar non so, ch' Amor non venga sempre Ragionando con meco, ed io con lui.
Էջ 448 - That is to say, taste must reproduce the work of art within itself in order to understand and judge it; and at that moment aesthetic judgment becomes nothing more nor less than creative art itself.
Էջ 219 - Davy, to take toll o' the bawds there, as in my time ; nor a Kindheart, if anybody's teeth should chance to ache, in his play ; nor a juggler with a well-educated ape, to come over the chain for a King of England, and back again for the Prince, and sit still on his arse for the Pope and the King of Spain.
Էջ 198 - Vos eritis testes, si quos habet arbor amores, fagus et Arcadio pinus amica deo. 20 A quotiens teneras resonant mea verba sub umbras, scribitur et vestris 'Cynthia...
Էջ 443 - Methinks I see in my mind a noble and puissant nation rousing herself like a strong man after sleep, and shaking her invincible locks : Methinks I see her as an eagle mewing her mighty youth, and kindling her undazzled eyes at the full mid-day beam ; purging and unsealing her long abused sight at the fountain itself of heavenly radiance...