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" There are in the piece those profound touches of the human heart which I find three or four times in " The Robbers " of Schiller, and often in Shakespeare, but in Wordsworth there are no inequalities. "
Quarterly Review - الصفحة 200
1853
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Early Recollections: Chiefly Relating to the Late Samuel Taylor ..., المجلد 1

Joseph Cottle - 1837 - عدد الصفحات: 325
...and therefore will the more readily believe me. There are in the piece, those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the...Shakspeare, but in Wordsworth there are no inequalities. * * * * * God bless you, and eke,* ST Coleridge." * The reader will have observed a peculiarity in...

The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, المجلد 43

1843
...and therefore will the more readily believe me. There are in the piece, those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the...Shakspeare, but in Wordsworth there are no inequalities. God bless you, and eke, ' ST COLERIDOE.' " " There is a peculiar pleasure in recording the favourable...

The Christian Observer, المجلد 42

1843
...and therefore will the more readily believe me. There are in the piece, those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the...Shakspeare, but in Wordsworth there are no inequalities. God bless you, and eke, ' ST COLERIDGE.' " " There is a peculiar pleasure in recording the favourable...

Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, المجلد 3

John Holmes Agnew - 1843
...and therefore will the more readily believe me. There are in the piece, those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the...Shakspeare, but in Wordsworth there are no inequalities. God bless you, and eke, 'ST COLERIDGE.'" "There is a peculiar pleasure in recording the favorable senliments...

The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, المجلد 3

John Holmes Agnew, Eliakim Littell - 1843
...and therefore will the more readily believe me. There are in the piece, those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the ' Robbers' of Schiller, and often in Shukspeare, but in Wordsworth there are no inequalities. God bless you, and eke, < ST COLERIDGE.' "...

Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey

Joseph Cottle - 1847 - عدد الصفحات: 516
...therefore will the more readily believe me. There are, in the piece, those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the...Shakspeare, but in Wordsworth, there are no inequalities. * * * * God bless you, and eke,* 8. T. Coleridge." Respecting this tragedy of Mr. W.'s, parts of which...

Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey

Joseph Cottle - 1847 - عدد الصفحات: 516
...therefore will the more readily believe me. There are, in the piece, those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the..." Robbers " of Schiller, and often in Shakspeare, hut in Wordsworth there are no inequalities. * * * God bless you, and eke,* ST Coleridge." Kespecting...

The Living Age ..., المجلد 17

1848
...and therefore will the more readily believe me, there are in the piece those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the...Shakspeare, but in Wordsworth there are no inequalities. Through the Wedgewoods Coleridge became acquainted with Mackintosh, and by him was introduced to Stuart,...

The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, المجلد 14

1848
...and therefore will the more readily believe me, there are in the piece those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the...Shakspeare, but in Wordsworth there are no inequalities." Through the Wedgewoods Coleridge became acquainted with Mackintosh, and by him was introduced to Stuart,...

The Edinburgh Review, المجلد 53;المجلد 87

1848
...piece those profound touches of the human heart, which I find three or four times in the "Bobbers" of Schiller, and often in Shakspeare, but in Wordsworth there are no inequalities.' Through the Wedgewoods Coleridge became acquainted with Alackintosh, and by him was introduced to Stuart,...




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