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|A to Z Menagerie might fall into the category defined by the Hare Brothers, “|
Poetry is the key to the hieroglyphics of Nature.” Walk Through Washington State
is a get-acquainted book for travelers in, and residents of, the Northwestern
|Poetry is not an expression of the party line. It's that time of night, lying in bed, |
thinking what you really think, making the private world public, that's what the
poet does. ... Hare, David Poetry is the key to the hieroglyphics of nature. - Hare,
|Nature is written all over with hieroglyphic writing. The poets give a key for the |
reading of this hieroglyphic writing. Of all the poets who have given us the means
of interpreting the hieroglyphics of nature, the first place is to be accorded to the ...
|One of the major image patterns associated with the hieroglyph of nature in the |
works of the American Renaissance is that of the cipher and the key. As Emerson
speaks of “the cipher of the world,” so Whitman in a poem from Good-Bye My ...
|He laid the groundwork for the revival of hieroglyphics by Hamann and Herder, |
who saw Nature as an important ... correspondences, which was the basis for his
interpretation of the Bible and his visions (Clavis hiero- glyphica [The
Hieroglyphical Key to Natural and Spiritual Mysteries, written 1741]). ... Only
genius, moved by a divine spark, he claimed, can produce hieroglyphics, either
in art or in poetry.
|A Treatife on the Nature of Influx, or of the Communication between Soul and |
Body O 5. A Treatife concerning Heaven and Hell ... Jehovah's Mercy, a Poem,
recommending the Writings of E. Swedenborg, O O 21. Nine Queries concerning
|German poet and novelist ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM ELOHIM CREATING |
ADAM 1795 Color print by ... plangent atmosphere fuses individual subjec- tivity
with images drawn from nature and a mystical apprehension of the divine. ... his
own quatrain,Wu ̈nschelrute (Divining Rod), which modern critics treat as a key
to his work: poetry, this little text implies, ... In an iconography that closely
resembles that of the painter Caspar David Friedrich, these “hieroglyphs,” such
as fields, ...
|... dans un autre monde1;2 the deliberate conjunction of the two sentences (what |
is true 'in another world' only, followed immediately by a statement about this
world) implies that it is specifically the poet who holds the key to the 'hieroglyphs'