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" ... must often, in liveliness and truth, fall short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions, certain shadows of which the poet thus produces, or feels to be produced, in himself. "
Critical and Miscellaneous Essays - Página 201
por John Wilson - 1842
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volumen5

William Wordsworth - 1854
...cannot be a doubt that the language which it will suggest to him must often, in liveliness and truth, fall short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions, certain shadows of which the Poet thus produces, or feels to be...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth: In Six Volumes, Volumen6

William Wordsworth - 1857
...cannot be a doubt that the language which it will suggest to him, must often, in liveliness and truth, fall short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions, certain shadows of which the Poet thus produces, or feels to be...
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Pre-Raffaellitism

Edward Young - 1857 - 317 páginas
...be a doubt but that the language this faculty will suggest must, in liveliness and truth, fall far short of that which is uttered by men in real life under the actual pressure of their passions." Can there be a doubt of the identity, if not parentage, of the...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth ...

William Wordsworth - 1859
...doubt that the language which it will suggest to him must often, in liveliness and truth, fall,short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions, certain shadows of which the Poe^thus produces, or feels to be produced,...
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The poetical works of William Wordsworth. New and complete ..., Volumen6

William [poetical works] Wordsworth - 1870
...cannot be a doubt that the language which it will suggest to him, must often, in liveliness and truth, fall short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions, certain shadows of which the Poet thus produces, or feels to be...
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A Thousand and One Gems of English Prose

1872 - 534 páginas
...a doubt but that the language which it will suggest to him must, in liveliness and truth, fall far short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions, certain shadows of which the poet thus produces, or feels to be...
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The poetical works of Wordsworth. Repr. of the 1827 ed., with ..., Tema 476

William [poetical works] Wordsworth - 1872
...a doubt but that the language which it will suggest to him, must, in liveliness and truth, fall far short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions, certain shadows of which the poet thus produces, or feels to be...
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The Bible educator, ed. by E.H. Plumptre, Volúmenes3-4

Edward Hayes Plumptre - 1874
...cause has passed away. These he will sometimes depict in language little short in liveliness and truth of that which is uttered by men in real life under the actual pressure of excited passion. This is, doubtless, the character of many of the Hebrew odes. But,...
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Aesthetical and literary

William Wordsworth - 1876
...cannot be a doubt that the language which it will suggest to him, must often, in liveliness and truth, fall short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions, certain shadows of which the Poet thus produces, or feels to be...
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The poetical works of William Wordsworth, ed. with a critical memoir by W.M ...

William [poetical works] Wordsworth - 1880
...cannot be a doubt that the language which it will suggest to him, must often, m liveliness and truth, fall short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions, certain shadows of which the Poet thus produces, or feels to be...
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