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" Man should not dispute or assert but whisper results to his neighbour and thus by every germ of spirit sucking the sap from mould ethereal every human might become great, and Humanity instead of being a wide heath of Furze and Briars with here and there... "
Challenge of Keats: Bicentenary Essays, 1795-1995 - Página 76
editado por - 2000 - 313 páginas
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The Letters of John Keats

John Keats - 1895 - 522 páginas
...Man and a child would talk together and the old Man be led on his path and the child left thinking. Man should not dispute or assert but whisper results...of spirit sucking the sap from mould ethereal every human1 might become great, and Humanity instead of being a wide heath of Furze and Briars with here...
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The Complete Poetical Works of John Keats

John Keats - 1899 - 473 páginas
...man and a child would talk together and the old man be led on his path and the child left thinking. Man should not dispute or assert, but whisper results...great, and humanity instead of being a wide heath of furze and briars, with here and there a remote Oak or Pine, would become a grand democracy of forest...
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The Complete Poetical Works and Letters of John Keats

John Keats - 1899 - 473 páginas
...his path and the child left thinking. Man should not dispute or assert, but whisper results to bis Neighbour, and thus by every germ of spirit sucking...great, and humanity instead of being a wide heath of furze and briars, with here and there a remote Oak or Pine, would become a grand democracy of forest...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Keats

John Keats - 1899 - 473 páginas
...and the child left thinking. Man should not dispute or assert, but whisper results to his Xeighbour, and thus by every germ of spirit sucking the sap from...great, and humanity instead of being a wide heath of furze and briars, with here and there a remote Oak or Pine, would become a grand democracy of forest...
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Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical ..., Volumen3

Robert Chambers, David Patrick - 1903
...man and a child would talk together, and the old man be led on his path and llie child left thinking. may be doubted whether he ever consciously identified...Lament for Thomas Davis. I walked through Ballinde [being] might become great, and Humanity, instead of being a wide heath of furze and briars with here...
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Chamber's Cyclopædia of English Literature

Robert Chambers - 1904
...man and a child would talk together, and the old man be led on his path and the child left thinking. Man should not dispute or assert, but whisper results...spirit sucking the sap from mould ethereal, every human [being] might become great, and Humanity, instead of being a wide heath of furze and briars with here...
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The Great English Letter Writers, Volumen1

William James Dawson, Coningsby Dawson - 1908
...Man and a child would talk together and the old Man be led on his path and the child left thinking. Man should not dispute or assert but whisper results...great, and Humanity instead of being a wide heath of Furze and Briars with here and there a remote Oak or Pine, would become a grand democracy of Forest...
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The Romantic Movement in English Poetry

Arthur Symons - 1909 - 344 páginas
...man and a child would talk together, and the old man be led on his path and the child left thinking.' 'Man should not dispute or assert, but whisper results to his neighbour,' he affirms ; ' let us open our leaves like a flower, and be passive and receptive, budding patiently...
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Bare Souls

Gamaliel Bradford - 1924 - 340 páginas
...the average social reformer: "Man should not dispute or assert, but whisper results to his neighbor, and thus by every germ of spirit sucking the sap from mould ethereal every human being might become great, and humanity instead of being a wide heath of furze and briars, with here...
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John Keats, Volumen1

Amy Lowell - 1925 - 1293 páginas
...Man and a child would talk together and the old Man be led on his path and the child left thinking. Man should not dispute or assert but whisper results...great, and Humanity instead of being a wide heath of Furze and Briars with here and there a remote Oak or Pine, would become a grand democracy of Forest...
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