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" ... this is the invisible and unattainable point to which Love tends; and to attain which, it urges forth the powers of man to arrest the faintest shadow of that, without the possession of which there is no rest nor respite to the heart over which it... "
Notes and Queries - 85 ページ
1883
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The London Magazine

John Scott, John Taylor - 1828
...demands: this is the invisible and unattainable point to which Love tends; and to attain which, it ¿rges forth the powers of man to arrest the faintest shadow...without the possession of which, there is no rest or respite to the heart over whicli it rules. Hence in solitude, or that deserted state when we are...

The Westminster Review, 第 11 巻

Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring, John Stuart Mill - 1829
...delightful voice, vibrate with the vibrations of our own ; this is the unattainable point to which Love tends ; and to attain which, it urges forth the...that, without the possession of which there is no rest or respite to the heart over which it rules. "t If so imperious, intense and pervading, be the spirit...

The London Magazine

John Scott, John Taylor - 1828
...such proportion as the type within demands : this is the invisible and unattainable point to which Love tends ; and to attain which, it urges forth the...without the possession of which, there is no rest or respite to the heart over which it rules. Hence in solitude, or that deserted state when we are...

The Spirit of the English Magazines

1832
...such proportion as the type within demands, — this is the invisible and unattainable point to which love tends : and to attain which it urges forth the...man to arrest the faintest shadow of that without which there is no rest or respite to the heart over which it rules. Hence, in solitude, or in that...

Memoir of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Thomas Medwin, Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1833 - 180 ページ
...such proportion as the type within demands, — this is the invisible and unattainable point to which love tends ; and to attain which it urges forth the...man to arrest the faintest shadow of that without which there is no rest or respite to the heart over which it rules. Hence, in solitude, or in that...

The Shelley Papers: Memoir of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Percy Bysshe Shelley, Thomas Medwin - 1833 - 180 ページ
...such proportion as the type within demands, — this is the invisible and unattainable point to which love tends ; and to attain which it urges forth the...man to arrest the faintest shadow of that without which there is no rest or respite to the heart over which it rules. Hence, in solitude, or in that...

The Library of romance: a collection of traditions, poetical legends, and ...

1837 - 440 ページ
...such proportion as i the type within demands : this is the invisible and unat^tainable point to which Love tends ; and to attain which, it urges forth the...of that, without the possession of which, there is 30 rest nor respite to the heart over which it rules. Hence * These words are ineffectual and metaphorical....

Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations and Fragments, 第 1 巻

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1840 - 360 ページ
...such proportion as the type within demands ; this is the invisible and unattainable point to which Love tends ; and to attain which, it urges forth the...the heart over which it rules. Hence in solitude, or in that deserted state when we are surrounded by human beings, and yet they sympathise not * These...

A defence of poetry. Essay on the literature, arts, and manners of the ...

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1840
...su&h proportion as the type within demands ; this is the invisible and unattainable point to which Love tends; and to attain which, it urges forth the...faintest shadow of that, without the possession of which there^s no rest nor respite to the heart over which it rules'. Hence in solitude, or in that deserted...

Timon, but not of Athens [by J. Sedgwick].

James Sedgwick, Timologus (pseud.) - 1840
...accompaniment of one delightful voice, vibrate with the vibrations of our own. ***** Hence in solitude, or in that deserted state when we are surrounded by human beings and yet they sympathise not with us, we love the flowers, the grass, and the waters, and the sky. In the motion...




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