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" ... if the Poet's subject be judiciously chosen, it will naturally, and upon fit occasion, lead him to passions the language of which, if selected truly and judiciously, must necessarily be dignified and variegated, and alive with 275 metaphors and figures. "
The Prelude to Poetry: The English Poets in the Defence and Praise of Their ... - Página 22
editado por - 1897 - 217 páginas
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Prefaces and Essays on Poetry, (1798-1845): With Letter to Lady Beaumont

William Wordsworth - 1892 - 120 páginas
...mind.1 15 What other distinction would we have? Whence is it to come? And where is it to exist? Not, surely, where the Poet speaks through the mouths of...supposed ornaments : /for, if the Poet's subject be 20 judiciously chosen, it will naturally, and upon fit occasion, lead him to passions the language...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volumen5

William Wordsworth - 1893
...mind. What other distinction would we have? Whence is it to come ? And where is it to exist ? Not, surely, where the Poet speaks through the mouths of...supposed ornaments : for, if the Poet's subject be co judiciously chosen, it will naturally, and upon fit occasion, lead him to passions the language...
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The Literature of the Georgian Era

William Minto - 1894 - 362 páginas
...guard himself with sufficient care against being supposed to have overlooked it ; for he says that " if the poet's subject be judiciously chosen, it will...variegated, and alive with metaphors and figures." What he objected to was the " poet's intervening any foreign splendor of his own with that which the...
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The Literature of the Georgian Era

William Minto - 1894 - 365 páginas
...guard himself with sufficient care against being supposed to have overlooked it ; for he says that " if the poet's subject be judiciously chosen, it will...variegated, and alive with metaphors and figures." What he objected to was the " poet's intervening any foreign splendor of his own with that which the...
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A first sketch of English literature. With suppl. to the end of queen ...

Henry Morley - 1912
...imagined, and will entirely separate the composition from the vulgarity and meanness of ordinary life. In their common work, Coleridge was to give the sense of reality to visions of the fancy, Wordsworth...
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Wordsworth's Literary Criticism

William Wordsworth - 1905 - 260 páginas
...mind. ;j What other distinction would we have ? Whence is it to come ? And where is it to exist ? Not, surely, where the Poet speaks through the mouths of...his characters : it cannot be necessary here, either 1 I here use the word ' Poetry ' (though against my own judgement) as opposed to the word Prose, and...
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Methodist Review, Volumen85

1903
...vernacular, but the simplest, purest, most ductile language possible to convey his meaning. He himself says : "If the poet's subject be judiciously chosen it will...variegated, and alive with metaphors and figures. But no 'foreign splendors' should be interwoven with what 'the passion naturally suggests,' and 'where...
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English Poetry and Prose of the Romantic Movement

George Benjamin Woods - 1916 - 1432 páginas
...fluid that flowed tn the veins of the gods have? Whence is it to come? And where is it to exist! Not, ng and frittering, 95 And gathering and feathering, And whitening and brightening, sup- 6 posed ornaments; for, if the poet's subject be judiciously chosen, it will naturally, and upon...
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American Poetry Magazine

Clara Catherine Prince - 1919
...conform to the language of real life. If the poet's subject be judiciously chosen, it will be natural, and upon fit occasion, lead him to passions, the language of which, if selected truly, must necessarily be dignified and variegated, and alive with metaphors and figures." The poets of this...
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A Study of Poetry

Bliss Perry - 1920 - 396 páginas
...conversation of the middle and lower classes of society, we are now assured that the language of poetry "if selected truly and judiciously, must necessarily...and variegated and alive with metaphors and figures. . . . This selection will form a distinction . . . and will entirely separate the composition from...
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