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" I understood him when he replied, ' that in Nature herself, no two scenes were exactly alike, and that whoever copied truly what was before his eyes, would possess the same variety in his descriptions, and exhibit apparently an imagination as boundless... "
The Country of Sir Walter Scott - Página 92
por Charles Sumner Olcott - 1913 - 414 páginas
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart..

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837 - 486 páginas
...his scrupulousness ; but I understood him when he replied, ' that in nature herself no two scenes are exactly alike ; and that whoever copied truly what...his own mind circumscribed and contracted to a few favorite images, and the repetition of these would sooner or later produce that very monotony and barrenness...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart..

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837 - 486 páginas
...his scrupulousness ; but I understood him when he replied, ' that in nature herself no two scenes are exactly alike, and that whoever copied truly what...exhibit apparently an imagination as boundless as die range of nature in the scenes he recorded ; whereas — whoever trusted to imagination, would soon...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Volumen2

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837
...his scrupulousness ; but 1 understood him when he replied, 'that in nature herself no two scenes are exactly alike, and that whoever copied truly what...was before his eyes, would possess the same variety iu his descriptions, and exhihit apparently an imagination as boundless as the range of nature in the...
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The New monthly belle assemblée, Volúmenes66-67

...short, at his scrupulousness; but I understood him when he replied, ' that in Nature no two scenes were exactly alike, and that whoever copied truly what...the scenes he recorded; whereas, whoever trusted to his imagination would soon find his own mind circumscribed and contracted to a few images, and the...
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The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music & Romance

...short, at his scrupulousness; but I understood him when he replied, 'that in Nature no two scenes were exactly alike, and that whoever copied truly what...the scenes he recorded; whereas, whoever trusted to his imagination would soon find his own mind circumscribed and contracted to a few images, and the...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Complete in One Volume. With ...

Walter Scott - 1841 - 823 páginas
...scrupulousness ; but 1 understood him when he replied, ' that in nature herself no two scenes were fair and generous faith, And my deep debt for life...well deserved : Can nought but blood our feud atone hia own mind circumscribed, and contracted to a few favourite images.'" — Life QfSfott, vol. iv....
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Aids to English Composition, Prepared for Students of All Grades: Embracing ...

Richard Green Parker - 1845 - 429 páginas
...herself no two scenes are exactly alike ; and that whoever copied tndy what was before his eyes, woul,l possess the same variety in his descriptions, and...his own mind circumscribed and contracted to a few favorite images, and the repetition of these would sooner or later produce that very monotony and barrenness...
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Aids to English Composition

Richard Green Parker - 1845 - 50 páginas
...possess the same variety in his descriptions, and exhibit appa rently an imagination as boundless as tlte range of nature in the scenes he recorded; whereas,...his own mind circumscribed and contracted to a few favorite images, and th« repetition of these would sooner or later produce that very monotony and...
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The Torch

...his surprise at this minute scrutiny, Sir Walter Scott remarked " that in nature no two scenes are exactly alike, and that whoever copied truly what...recorded; whereas, whoever trusted to imagination would won find his own mind circumscribed and contracted to a few favourite images, and the repetition of...
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Scotland, Its Faith and Its Features: Or, A Visit to Blair Athol

Francis Trench - 1846
...mind, any such satiety. Well has Sir Walter Scott observed, " that in nature herself no two scenes were exactly alike, and that whoever copied truly what...as the range of nature in the scenes he recorded." Now, what Scott says here of copying is equally true, as to observing. Nor can I understand at all...
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