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" I may praise it, since I dare not pretend to be any other than the Secretary; the Authors are in Eternity. "
The Real Blake: A Portrait Biography - Seite 223
von Edwin John Ellis - 1907 - 443 Seiten
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Blackwood's Magazine, Band 97

1865
...labour or study. I mention this to show you what I think the grand reason of my being brought down here. I may praise it, since I dare not pretend to be any...secretary ; the authors are in eternity. I consider it the grandest poem that this world contains. But of this work I take care to say little to Mr H., since...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Band 97

1865
...study. I mention this to show you what I think the grand reason of my being brought down here. ... "I may praise it, since I dare not pretend to be any...secretary; the authors are in eternity. I consider it the grandest poem that this world contains. But of this work I take care to say little to Mr. H., since...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Band 97

1865
...study. I mention this to show you what I think the grand reason of my being brought down here. . . " I may praise it, since I dare not pretend to be any...secretary ; the authors are in eternity. I consider it the grandest poem that this world contains. But of this" work I take care to say little to Mr H., since...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Band 17

1868
...well defy all commentary. To strive to bring order out of their primordial chaos is to deetroy them. " Allegory addressed to the intellectual powers, while...altogether hidden from the corporeal understanding," is the author's definition of the most sublime poetry, and if lacking in scientific exactness, it is sufficiently...
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The Literary History of England in the End of the Eighteenth and ..., Band 2

Mrs. Oliphant (Margaret) - 1882
...which is now perfectly completed into a great poem. I may praise it since I dare not attempt to be other than the secretary ; the authors are in eternity. I consider .it the grandest poem this world contains." Whether this was the Jerusalem: the Emanation of the Giant...
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Religion in England from 1800 to 1850: A History, with a Postscript ..., Band 1

John Stoughton - 1884
...which is now perfectly completed into a great poem. I may praise it, since I dare not attempt to be other than the secretary ; the authors are in eternity. I consider it the grandest poem this world contains." " There is no tangible medium of communication mentioned in...
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The Poetical Works of William Blake: Lyrical and Miscellaneous

William Blake - 1890 - 231 Seiten
...and fashioning brain. Blake considered it " the grandest poem that this world contains ; " adding, " I may praise it, since I dare not pretend to be any...than the secretary — the authors are in eternity." In an earlier letter (25th April 1803) he had said : " I have written this poem from immediate dictation,...
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Under the Evening Lamp

Richard Henry Stoddard - 1892 - 284 Seiten
...Jerusalem, and declared it was the grandest poem that this world contains. " I may praise it," he added, " since I dare not pretend to be any other than the secretary — the authors are in eternity." Within the next year or two he made a series of designs, in water-colors, for Blair's Grave, a gloomy...
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The Poetical Works of William Blake: Lyrical and Miscellaneous

William Blake - 1893 - 231 Seiten
...Blake considered it " the grandest poem that this world contains;" adding, " I may praise it, ?ince I dare not pretend to be any other than the secretary — the authors are in eternity." In au earlier letter (25th April 1803) he had said : " I have written this poem from immediate dictation,...
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The Soul of a Christian: A Study in the Religious Experience

Frank Stephen Granger - 1900 - 297 Seiten
...personages seemed to communicate to him the matter of his great poem. " I may praise it," he says, " since I dare not pretend to be any other than the secretary ; the authors are in Eternity. This poem shall by Divine assistance be progressively printed and ornamented with prints and given...
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