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|Asquith, Margot Geniuses are the luckiest of mortals because what they must do |
is the same as what they most want to do. -Auden, W. H. Genius is no more than
childhood recaptured at will, childhood equipped now with man's physical means
|Someone, with deep insight, has said that genius is the recovery of childhood at |
will. Baudelaire said much the same thing: "Genius is childhood recaptured."
That's pretty good, but what is better is that the genius of the child could be ...
|Frank L. Wright Genius is no more than childhood recaptured at will.... — Charies |
Baudelaire There is no great genius without some touch of madness.... —
Seneca Thousands of geniuses live and die undiscovered— either by
themselves or ...
|Because a genius has much in common with a child. the genius—like a child—|
has a rebellious, questioning attitude ... perspective to achieve unexpected
insights. as Baudelaire expressed it: genius is no more than childhood
recaptured at ...
|Shestone “Genius is childhood recaptured.” Bauldlaire “The authorof genius |
does keep till his last breath the spontaneity, theready sensitiveness,of a child,
the “innocence of eye” that means so much to thepainter, the abilityto respond
|One of the simplest ways to reach into the unconscious and the higher self is to |
bring out the inner child. When we learn to extend ... The French poet Charles
Baudelaire exclaimed, "Genius is childhood recaptured at will!" The merging of
|Thomas Traherne A young and vital child knows no limits to his own will... Like |
the ... Jane Harrison The potential possibilities of any child are the most intriguing
and stimulating in all creation. ... Colette Genius is childhood recaptured at will.
|Choosing the “blinded Child suggests that you credit the painful and abusive |
experiences of your childhood with ... Baudelaire wrote that “genius is childhood
recaptured,” and in that sense the Magical Child is something of a genius too.
|To this end, Barbey d'Aurevilly is said to have mastered the art of originality,24 |
and, as Baudelaire remarks, such originality is always in the service of youthful
expression: “But genius is no more than childhood recaptured at will, childhood ...
|Genius is the recovery of childhood at will. —Arthur Rimbaud No great mind has |
ever existed without a touch of madness. —Aristotle Genius is nothing more nor
less than childhood recaptured at will. —Charles Baudelaire, The Painter of ...