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" He remarked afterward that although he was known to the world only as a poet, he had given twelve hours' thought to the condition and prospects of society, for one to poetry. "
The Old World and the New: Or, A Journal of Reflections and Observations ... - 88 ページ
Orville Dewey 著 - 1836
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The Rover, 第 1 巻

Seba Smith, Lawrence Labree - 1843
...he is saying. The subjects, the first evening 1 passed with him, were, as I have said, politics ¡UK poetry. He remarked afterward, that although he was...appeared to me to be no contradiction in this, since the spiiit о poetry is the spiiit of humanity — since sympathy with humanity, and with all its fortunes,...

The Works of Oliver Goldsmith, 第 4 巻

Oliver Goldsmith - 1854
...calling attention to the great part politics may play in the life of a poet. Wordsworth said, in 1833, that " although he was known to the world only as...condition and prospects of society, for one to poetry." He did not retire into a " wise passiveness " as regards the world's affairs until he had written some...

William Wordsworth: A Biography

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1856 - 508 ページ
...him. Dr. Orville Dewey, of Boston in America, gives an interesting account of a visit paid in 1833. " Mr. W converses with great earnestness, and has a...thought to the condition and prospects of society • Every one who has walked with Wordsworth will remember thii trait. INTERVIEW WITH WORDSWORTH. 477...

William Wordsworth: A Biography

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1856 - 508 ページ
...walks and talks, of stopping every fourth or fifth step and turning round to you to enforce what ho is saying.* The subjects the first evening I passed...thought to the condition and prospects of society • Every one who IKIS walked with WorJsworth will rcmembiT thia trait. for one to poetry. I replied...

John Greenleaf Whittier, his life, genius and writings

William Sloane Kennedy - 1882
...mo., 1867." One is reminded by this letter that Wordsworth once said to Dr. Orville Dewey, of Boston, that, "although he was known to the world only as...condition and prospects of society for one to poetry." In a letter read at the third decade meeting of the American Anti-Slavery Society in Philadelphia,...

The Life of William Wordsworth, 第 3 巻

William Angus Knight - 1889
...first evening I passed with him, were, as I have said, politics and poetry. He remarked afterwards, that, although he was known to the world only as a...for one to poetry. I replied that there appeared to nie to be no contradiction in this, since the spirit of poetry is the spirit of humanity — since...

An Examination of the Charge of Apostasy Against Wordsworth

William Hale White - 1898 - 63 ページ
...changed before the condition of the people as a whole can be improved. He said to Mr. Dewey in 1833,1 "that although he was known to the world only as a...condition and prospects of society, for one to poetry." He affirmed that " the world is running mad with the notion that all its evils are to be relieved by...

An Examination of the Charge of Apostasy Against Wordsworth

William Hale White - 1898 - 63 ページ
...changed before the condition of the people as a whole can be improved. He said to Mr. Dewey in 1833,' "that although he was known to the world only as a...condition and prospects of society, for one to poetry." He affirmed that " the world is running mad with the notion that all its evils are to be relieved by...

With Wordsworth in England: Being a Selection of the Poems and Letters of ...

William Wordsworth - 1907 - 352 ページ
...which we must turn to learn how true a patriot Wordsworth was at heart. To an American visitor he said that, although he was known to the world only as a...condition and prospects of society for one to poetry. It was Nature — Nature in the largest meaning of that word — that was Wordsworth's great teacher...

Wordsworth and His Circle

David Watson Rannie - 1907 - 360 ページ
...passion is as strong as the former. He, once told an American visitor, the Rev. Orville Dewey, that he had given twelve hours' thought to the condition and prospects of society for one to poetry ; and we can believe it. We find that, strictly speaking, even Wordsworth's best poetry of Nature has...




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