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" It has been before observed that images, however beautiful, though faithfully copied from nature, and as accurately represented in words, do not of themselves characterize the poet. They become proofs of original genius only as far as they are modified... "
Biographia Literaria: Or, Biographical Sketches of My Literary Life and Opinions - Página 18
por Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1817 - 309 páginas
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The Reformed Quarterly Review, Volumen28

1881
...represented in words, do not themselves characterize the poet. They become proofs of original genius, only as far as they are modified by a predominant passion;...multitude to unity, or succession to an instant ; or when a human and intellectual life is transferred to them from the poet's own spirit, Which shoots...
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Biographia Literaria, Volumen2

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1907
...words, do not of themselves char- 3? acterize the poet. They become proofs of original genius only as far as they are modified by a predominant passion...succession to an instant ; or lastly, when a human 30 and intellectual life is transferred to them from the poet's own spirit, " Which shoots its being...
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Biographia Literaria, Volumen1

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1907
...is variously effected. ' They are modified by a predominant passion ; or by associated thoughts and images awakened by that passion ; or when they have...unity, or succession to an instant ; or lastly, when a nunian or intellectual life is transferred to them from the poet's own spirit, Which shoots its being...
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The Theory of Poetry in England: Its Development in Doctrines and Ideas from ...

Richard Pape Cowl - 1914 - 319 páginas
...do not of themselves characterize the poet. They become modified by proofs of original genius only as far as they are modified by a predominant passion...is transferred to them from the poet's own spirit, objectionable, nothing which would preclude them from forming, in their proper place, part of a descriptive...
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The Musical Times and Singing-class Circular

1920
...represented in words, do not of themselves characterise the poet. They became proofs of original genius only as far as they are modified by a predominant passion...which shoots its being through earth, sea, and air.' Again, speaking of Shakespeare and Milton, he says : ' While the former darts himself forth, and passes...
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Aspects of Literature

John Middleton Murry - 1920 - 203 páginas
...represented in words, do not of themselves characterise the poet. They become proofs of original genius only as far as they are modified by a predominant- passion...is transferred to them from the poet's own spirit. . . . ' The last character . . . which would prove indeed but little, except as taken conjointly with...
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The Problem of Style

John Middleton Murry - 1922 - 148 páginas
...in words, do not of themselves characterize the poet. They become proofs of original genius only so far as they are modified by a predominant passion,...associated thoughts or images awakened by that passion.' Coleridge was thinking, I know, of the passion — or as we now say the emotion — predominant in...
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The Problem of Style

John Middleton Murry - 1922 - 133 páginas
...in words, do not of themselves characterize the poet. They become proofs of original genius only so far as they are modified by a predominant passion,...associated thoughts or images awakened by that passion.' Coleridge was thinking, I know, of the passion — or as we now say the emotion — predominant in...
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The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition

Meyer Howard Abrams - 1958 - 406 páginas
...of themselves characterize the poet. They become proofs of original genius only as far as they arc modified by a predominant passion; or by associated...thoughts or images awakened by that passion ... or lasdy, when a human and intellectual life is transferred to them from the poet's own spirit, 'Which...
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A History of Modern Criticism 1750-1950: Volume 2, The Romantic Age, Volumen1

René Wellek - 1981 - 468 páginas
...pp. 133, 138. "Nothing was ever more admirably made out than the figure of the Compass." etic only, "when a human and intellectual life is transferred to them from the poet's own spirit," and he illustrates this by adding to lines about a row of pines the idea of their "fleeing from the...
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