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" Wandering over that illustrious scene, surrounded by the tombs of heroes and by the confluence of poetic streams, my musing thoughts clustered round the memory of that immortal song, to which all creeds and countries alike respond, which has vanquished... "
The Public Life of the Right Honourable the Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G., Etc ... - 43. oldal
szerző: Francis Hitchman - 1879
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The Monthly Repository, 8. kötet

Leigh Hunt - 1834
...matter. ' It was on the plains of Troy that I first conceived the idea of this work. Wandering over that illustrious scene, surrounded by the tombs of heroes,...that excited hour, a poet, I cursed the destiny that had placed me in an age that boasted of being anti-poetical. And while my fancy thus struggled with...

Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, 10. kötet

1834
...the idea of this work. Wandering over that illustrious scene, surrounded by the tombs of rктоеs and by the confluence of poetic streams, my musing...that excited hour, a poet, I cursed the destiny that had placed me in an age that boasted of being anti-poetical. And while my fancy thus struggled with...

The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 18. kötet

1849
...: " It was on the plains of Troy that I first conceived the idea of this work. Wandering over that illustrious scene, surrounded by the tombs of heroes...that excited hour, a Poet, I cursed the destiny that had placed me in an age that boasted of being antipoetical. And while my Fancy thus struggled will...

The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 18. kötet

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1849
...* " It was on the plains of Troy that I first conceived the idea of this work. Wandering over that illustrious scene, surrounded by the tombs of heroes...that excited hour, a Poet, I cursed the destiny that had placed me in an age that boasted of being antipoetical. And while my Fancy thus struggled with...

The Revolutionary Epick

1864 - 176 oldal
...EDITION. IT was on the plains of Troy that I first conceived the idea of this Work. Wandering over that illustrious scene, surrounded by the tombs of heroes...that excited hour, a Poet, I cursed the destiny that had placed me in an age that boasted of being anti-poetical. And while my Fancy thus struggled with...

The British Quarterly Review, 10. kötet

Robert Vaughan - 1849
...— ' It was on the plains of Troy that I first conceived the idea of this work. "Wandering over that illustrious scene, surrounded by the tombs of heroes...that excited hour, a Poet, I cursed the destiny that had placed me in an age that boasted of being antipoetical. And while my Fancy thus struggled with...

The Dublin Review, 67. kötet

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1870
...Romance.' " It was on the plains of Troy that I first conceived the idea of this work Wandering over that illustrious scene, surrounded by the tombs of heroes...poetic streams, my musing thoughts clustered round voL. xv. — No. xxix. [New Series.] M the memory of that immortal song, to which all creeds and countries...

Principles of Rhetoric ...

Adams Sherman Hill - 1878
...A Tale of Two Cities, book i. chap. v. "Wandering over that illustrious scene [the plains of Troy], surrounded by the tombs of heroes and by the confluence...countries alike respond, which has vanquished chance and defied time." l " If no authority, not in its nature temporary, were allowed to one human being over...

Principles of Rhetoric and Their Application

Adams Sherman Hill - 1878
...Tale of Two Cities, book i. chap. v. " Wandering over that illustrious scene [the plains of Troy], surrounded by the tombs of heroes and by the confluence of poetic streams, my musing thoughts clustered roufad the memory of that immortal song, to which all creeds and countries alike respond, which has...

Lord Beaconsfield: A Biography

Thomas Power O'Connor - 1879 - 711 oldal
...figure, at the centre of the universe ! " Wandering," proceeds Mr. Disraeli, " over that * Preface, i. illustrious scene, surrounded by the tombs of heroes...countries alike respond, which has vanquished Chance and defied Time Deeming myself, perchance too rashly, in that excited hour, a Poet, I cursed the destiny...




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