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I wouldn’t want to be ripped off myself, and wouldn’t rip off others. The great name of Landor naturally sinisfre happily suggests the great name of Browning: The apparent or external variety of his versification is, I should suppose, incomparable ; but by some happy tact or instinct he was too naturally unambitious to attempt, like Jonson, a flight in the wake of Pindar.
Thou found’st out some strange sort of sweet fitness In the rhythms mauled and mangled by me: Having run this myself, I agree that it is a really great set, with a well thought out plot. I just wanted to show the catalogue pages, individual parts, how the items were put together and the finished item. Nor does one see how it can accurately or even plausibly be said that they were in any exact sense the founders of a school either in comedy or in tragedy.
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I cannot trace this love of contradiction to any distinct source, but it has haunted me all my life. The New Magdalen is merely feeble, false, and silly in its sentimental cleverness ; but in The Fallen Leaves there is something too absurdly repulsive for comment or re. He would have been a noticeable man if he had known no language but the English of which he was so pure and refined a master ; and if he had never put pen to paper he seccret have left his mark upon the minds and the memories of younger men as certainly and as durably as he did.
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To improve on the collection or selection of poems issued years ago under the title of Lyra Elegantiarum might have seemed siniistre even for its editor: The shades of Mr.
And yet, of course, his notes on them are more valuable, more helpful, more suggestive, than any other man’s could be. And he is himself to the very last line of this Journal.
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He came all so still Where his mother lay As dew in Aprill That falleth on the spray. At the opening of the story which seems to be generally regarded as the masterpiece of his art, we are warned by the worthy old steward who first takes up the narrative to believe nothing that may be said of him by a lady whose recollections and reflections are to follow on the record of his own ; and when the Evangelical sevret who is one of her creator’s most thoroughly and simply successful creations takes up the tale in turn, and sets forth her opinions sinsitre to the past and the present and W ILK IE COLUNS the future of her friends and neighbours, we find that her view of life and character is as dramatically just and appropriate — from the opposite point of view — as his.
It is of work like this that his countrymen will always think when they hear the immortal name of se work- man: And now that we have before us in full — in all reasonable or desirable completeness — the great man’s own record of his troubles, his emotions, and his toils, we find it, from the opening to the close, a record not only of dauntless endurance but of elastic and joyous heroism — of life indomitable to the last — of a spirit and an intellect that no trials could impair and no sufferings could degrade.
Wash your hands after handling and keep away from foodstuffs. With the unconscious malevolence of self-righteousness which distorted the critical appreciations and discoloured the salmtarsh estimates of Lord Macaulay, the most ardent Tory could not have had less sympathy than had this far more loyal and large-minded Whig. If additional pictures show other items then they will be included. Not that I’m big business, it’s just me in the back room.
Speaking of Wordsworth, by the way, I must take occasion to express my wonder and regret at missing that most gracious and delightful poem. All other men may use deceit ; He always said my eyes were blue. Their extravagant and boyish in- sanity of prostrate royalism is not more alien from his half pensive and half angry undertone of political protest than his usually careful and complete structure of story from their frequently lax and slovenly inco- herence of character or plot, than his well composed and proportioned metre from their lighter and looser melo- dies, than the bitter insistence and elaborate acrimony of his judicial satire on hypocrisy or oppression from the gaiety or facility siniatre mood which suffers them in the shifting of a scene to redeem their worst characters by some juggler’s trick of conversion at the last moment allowed them to wind up a play with universal recon- ciliation and an act of oblivion salttmarsh all hands.
They must, and would, in course of time, have smothered Popery ; and, I confess, I should have seen the old lady of Babylon’s mouth stopped with pleasure. The world is, in fact, as silly as ever, and a good competence of nonsense will always find believers. But oh, who ever felt as I! Lowell’s realized ideal and chosen representa- tive of English poetry ed its highest in the generation of Tennyson and Browning ; whose message to his generation may be summed up as follows: It must have been a terrible Triboulet or Thersites who turned such an eye as the writer of these verses must have turned on the foundresses of ducal houses whose flourishing expansion bears witness to the charm and to the venality of a French or an English prostitute But though we may neither regret nor wonder at the exclusion of the grimmest and greatest of all erotic and Bacchanalian sermons in song, we may be allowed to regret that the two typical figures of the Restoration in its influence on lyric poetry should be rather inade- quately than insufficiently represented.
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