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Thomas Gray. SU Facing to the northern clime , Shrice he tracə the Runic rhyme ;
Thrice pronounc ' d in accents , dréad 3 The thrilling verse that uakes the deal !
Published as the Act directs 15 Aug ! 1776 i BY Mr . G R A Y . A NEW NOU HOW.
I flatter myself there is no impropriety in particularly inscribing these poems to a
gentleman who has judgement to distinguish , and taste to relish fine verses , and
who possesses a heart capable of many virtues . I remain , with respect , SIR ...
Mr . Dodsley takes deliberately every year 1000 verses for the use of his Annual
Register with impunity ; but the printing of 50 verses inadvertently by the present
publisher is converted into an heinous trespass , and becomes the ground of a ...
The publisher never admitted Mr . Mason ' s legal right of property in these verses
; he is indeed instructed that he possesses none : but a great deal could not be
exacted for fifty lines ; and the publisher wished no gentleman of respectable ...
L For graver strains prepare the plaintive lyre , That wakes the softest feelings of
the soul ; Let lonely grief the melting verse inspire , Let deep ' ning forrow ' s
solemn accents roll . Rack ' d by the hand of rude disease , Behold our fav ' rite
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I can remember my mother reciting Elegy written in a country church-yard - not all of it though. This poem seemed to mean a lot to her. She never reached the line: 'The path of glory leads but to the grave'. レビュー全文を読む