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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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A History of Modern Criticism 1750-1950: Volume 2, The Romantic Age, Volumen1

René Wellek - 1981 - 468 páginas
...inferior to what men in passion, especially in former days, had said. "The language of the poets falls short of that which is uttered by men in real life, under the actual pressure of those passions." The poet's words are inferior to these "emanations of reality and...
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Burke, Paine, Godwin, and the Revolution Controversy

Marilyn Butler - 1984 - 260 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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Strange Power of Speech: Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Literary Possession

Susan Eilenberg - 1992 - 302 páginas
...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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Selected Poems

William Wordsworth - 1994 - 587 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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William Wordsworth: The Major Works

William Wordsworth - 2000 - 752 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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Lyrical Ballads and Other Poems

William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 2003 - 312 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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Language, Custom and Nation in the 1790s: Locke, Tooke, Wordsworth, Edgeworth

Susan Manly - 2007 - 204 páginas
...passions and language, questioning their substance: such language 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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Coleridge Biographia Literaria

...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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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen26

1829
...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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