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|unzips the veil from beauty, but does not remove it. - White, Elwyn Brooks A poet |
can survive anything but a misprint. - Wilde ... Williams, William Carlos The poet
gives us his essence, but prose takes the mold of the body and mind. - Woolf ...
|“Be swift to hear, and with patience give answer.” — Apocrypha, Ecclesiaticus “A |
wooer should open his ears more than his eyes. ... Anton Chekhov “The poet
gives us his essence, but prose takes the mold of the body and mind entire.
|Woolf, Virginia We can best help you to prevent war not by repeating your words |
and following your methods but by finding new words and ... Woolf, Virginia The
poet gives us his essence, but prose takes the mold of the body and mind.
|But because it is Shakespeare's mind that is being described and analyzed, we |
know that this capacity to listen— not to listen ... attention: “The poet gives us his
essence, but prose takes the mould of the body and mind PERSONALITIES 27.
|R. S. Thomas, 1978, 'Emerging', in Frequencies 49:98 The poet from afar has |
taken speech, / Speech takes the poet far. ... Wilde (1987), Ch. 8 49:105 The poet
gives us his essence, but prose takes the mould of the body and mind entire.
|What can thisbe,but i'on-.e bright rayfromheav'n, Some emanation from Omniicier|
.cc given > When now the rapid stream of eloquence Bears all before it, passion,
reason, sense, Can its dread thunder or its lightning's force Derive tlieir essence
from a mortal source ? ... Whilst thingsen earth roll roundfromage to age, The
fame dull fare: repeated on the stage, The poet gives us a creation new, ... true; 1
he mind, who always to perfection hastes, Perfection such as here Ihe never
|choice selections from the works of leading British and American authors, for a |
period of five hundred years : covering the ... But this is the pity and the danger,
that, while we may not come short in any real duty of father and mother, we may
yet cast ... or angels, or prophecy or knowledge, or faith that will move mountains,
or devotion that will give the body to be burned. ... infinite importance of keeping
the peace at home, and the need of cultivating the nobler qualities of mind and
|Dr. Beattie's prose writings are justly famed for the purity of their English, and the |
delicate discrimination and fancy they display. ... His moral dissertations, his
essays on language, on poetry and music, abound in happy illustrations ; and
when be ... The father went to his garden, wrote in the mould with his finger, the
three initial letters — " I. H. B." — of his son's name, ... train the infant mind to piety
, for the poet's wife was unhappily afflicted with mental alienation ; but ono would
|Thus Thomson's "Seasons" and the best parts of many old and many new poets |
are simply enumerations by a person who felt the ... The world is thoroughly
anthropomorphized, as if it had passed through the body and mind of man, and
taken his mould and form. Indeed, good poetry is always personification, and
heightens every species of force in Nature by giving it a human volition. ... But the
astronomy is in the mind: the senses affirm that the earth stands still and the sun
|A model for the ideal state includes discussion of the nature and application of justice, the role of the philosopher in society, the goals of education, and the effects of art upon character.|