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" Confusion infinite of heaven and earth, Dazzling the soul. Meanwhile, prophetic harps In every grove were ringing, ' War shall cease ; ' Did ye not hear that conquest is abjured ? ' Bring garlands, bring forth choicest flowers, to deck  "
The Excursion: A Poem - Página 102
por William Wordsworth - 1841 - 374 páginas
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A First Sketch of English Literature

Henry Morley - 1912 - 1196 páginas
...felt : the transformation I perceived, As marvellously seized as in that moment When, from the blinu mist issuing, I beheld Glory, beyond all glory ever...and earth, Dazzling the soul. Meanwhile, prophetic harpa In every grove were ringing ' War shall cease ; Did ye nut hear that conquest is abjured ? Bring...
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The Commonwealth at War

Albert Frederick Pollard - 1917 - 256 páginas
...war. It is another aspect of the clouds of idealism which revolutions trail with them at their birth. Meanwhile prophetic harps In every grove were ringing...shall cease ; Did ye not hear that conquest is abjured ? " So sang Wordsworth, and Burke referred in 1790 to " the once- warlike Gauls ". The pacifism of...
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Selections from the Poems of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1921 - 203 páginas
...potent shock I felt : the transformation I perceived, As marvellously seized as in that moment When, from the blind mist issuing, I beheld Glory — beyond all glory ever seen, 15 Confusion infinite of heaven and earth, Dazzling the soul. Meanwhile, prophetic harps In every grove...
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Catholic Educational Review, Volumen19

Edward Aloysius Pace, Thomas Edward Shields - 1921
...wreck he sees a golden palace rise The appointed seat of equitable law The mild paternal sway . . . from the blind mist issuing I beheld Glory, beyond all glory ever seen. - In Queen Malt Shelley has a somewhat similar phrase : Hope was seen beaming through the mists of...
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Natural Supernaturalism: Tradition and Revolution in Romantic Literature

Meyer Howard Abrams - 1971 - 550 páginas
...radicals of the day, himself included: The potent shock I felt: the transformation I perceived. . . . I beheld Glory — beyond all glory ever seen, Confusion...harps In every grove were ringing, "War shall cease." . . . The powers of song I left not uninvoked; and, in still groves, Where mild enthusiasts tuned a...
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Romanticism: Points of View

Robert F. Gleckner - 1975 - 346 páginas
...projecting a dazzling vision of the French Revolution which fuses classical myth with Christian prophecy: I beheld Glory — beyond all glory ever seen, Confusion...harps In every grove were ringing, "War shall cease." ... I sang Saturnian rule Returned, — a progeny of golden years Permitted to descend and bless mankind....
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Apocalypse and Millennium in English Romantic Poetry

Morton D. Paley - 1999 - 334 páginas
...(827-81), and in Book III he talks about the fall of the Bastille and its aftermath in millennial terms: I beheld Glory — beyond all glory ever seen, Confusion...bring forth choicest flowers, to deck The tree of Liberty'.4 Earl Wasserman justly terms the above an assertion that 'For many, the millennium promised...
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A Manual of English Literature

Henry Morley - 1879 - 665 páginas
...potent shock I felt: the transformation I perceived, As marvellously seized as in that moment When, from the blind mist issuing, I beheld Glory, beyond...seen, Confusion infinite of heaven and earth, Dazzling (lie soul. Meanwhile, prophetic harps In every grove were ringing ' War shall cease; Did ye not hear...
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The Romantics and the May Day Tradition

Essaka Joshua - 2007 - 153 páginas
...describes the euphoria felt at the beginning of the French Revolution, recalling the triumphant chorus: 'Bring garlands, bring forth choicest flowers, to deck / The tree of Liberty' (III. 725-6). Wordsworth explicitly makes a connection between May Day and French Liberty on one occasion:...
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The Works of the British Poets: Selected and Chronologically ..., Volumen3

John Aikin, John Frost - 1866
...potent shock I felt: the transformation I perceived, As marvellously seized as in that moment When from the blind mist issuing, I beheld Glory — beyond...choicest flowers, to deck The tree of liberty.' My heart rebouuded ; My melancholy voice the chorus join'dt ' Be joyful all ye nations, in all lands, Ye that...
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