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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 Upanishads

Juan Mascaró - 1965 - 142 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 great democracy of forest...
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Romanticism: Points of View

Robert F. Gleckner - 1975 - 346 páginas
...also is hidden "within." Keats refers to this hidden society when he says in a letter to Reynolds : "Man should not dispute or assert but whisper results to his neighbour . . . and Humanity . . . would become a grand democracy of Forest Trees!" Coleridge refers to it in the Biographia...
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Philosophies of Art and Beauty: Selected Readings in Aesthetics from Plato ...

Albert Hofstadter, Richard Kuhns - 2009 - 728 páginas
...his neighbor, and thus, by even' germ of spirit sucking the sap from mold etherial, even' human being might become great, and Humanity instead of being a wide heath of Furze and briars with here and there a remote Pine or Oak, would become a grand democracy of Forest...
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John Keats

Walter Jackson Bate - 2009 - 780 páginas
..."traverse each other in Numberless points, and at last greet each other at the Journey's end"; that "Man should not dispute or assert but whisper results to his neighbour." If such observations could have been partly prompted by the contrast of Wordsworth's example, they...
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The Political Writings

John Dewey - 1993 - 248 páginas
...Citadel" like the web the spider spins, "filling the air with a beautiful circuiting." For, he says, "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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Book of the Heart: The Poetics, Letters, and Life of John Keats

Andres Rodriguez, Andrés Rodríguez - 1993 - 240 páginas
...something real in the World," Keats says to Reynolds in the manner he had proposed to him earlier: "Man should not dispute or assert but whisper results to his neighbour" (February 19, 1818). "The truth is there is something real in the World Your Third Chamber of Life...
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Keats the Poet

Stuart M. Sperry - 1994 - 354 páginas
..."the Benefit done by great Works to the 'Spirit and pulse of good' by their mere passive existence." "Man should not dispute or assert but whisper results to his neighbour," he adds, "and thus by every germ of Spirit sucking the Sap from mould ethereal every human might become...
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Majestic Indolence: English Romantic Poetry and the Work of Art

Willard Spiegelman - 1995 - 240 páginas
...contact "at the Journeys end." Such soul-making has an organic basis and a political consequence: "[TJhus by every germ of Spirit sucking the Sap from mould...or Pine, would become a grand democracy of Forest Trees."23 From reading to soul-making Keats moves on to a peculiar reconstruction of Acts 20:35: [W]e...
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Selected Poems and Letters of Keats

John Keats, Robert Gittings - 1995 - 301 páginas
...a child 35 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 Furse and 40 Briars with here...
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Wozu Wissenschaft heute?: Ringvorlesung zu Ehren von Roland Hagenbüchle

Roland Hagenbüchle, Hans Hunfeld - 1997 - 196 páginas
...Funktion der durch die Lektüre ausgelösten Phantasietätigkeit wird von Keats deutlich hervorgehoben. Man should not dispute or assert but whisper results to his neighbour, and thus by every geim of Spirit sucking the Sap from mould ethereal every human might become great, and Humanity instead...
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