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" We owe the great writers of the golden age of our literature to that fervid awakening of the public mind which shook to dust the oldest and most oppressive form of the Christian religion. "
Faust: A Tragedy - 5 ページ
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 著 - 1847 - 8 ページ
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The Papal Conquest: Italy's Warning--"Wake Up, John Bull!"

Alexander Robertson - 1909 - 370 ページ
...Subjectt, by JA Froude, vol. iii. p. 60. 2 Idem, vol. iii. p. 129. Promoting Intellectual Deterioration " We owe the great writers of the golden age of our...and most oppressive form of the Christian religion. " — SHELLEY. Preface, to Prometheus Unbound. THE Roman Catholic Church is weakening and deteriorating...

The Influence of Milton on English Poetry, 第 2 巻

Raymond Dexter Havens - 1922 - 722 ページ
..."courage, and majesty, and firm and patient opposition to omnipotent force," reminded his readers that "the sacred Milton was, let it ever be remembered,...republican and a bold inquirer into morals and religion." 6 It will be observed that Shelley here connects Milton not only with political but with religious...

Nonjudicial Activities of Supreme Court Justices and Other Federal Judges ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Separation of Powers - 1970 - 839 ページ
...of relative calm. Shelley expressed well the writer's role in an introduction to Prometheus Unbound: We owe the great writers of the golden age of our...let it ever be remembered, a republican, and a bold enquirer into morals and religion. The great writers of our own age are, we have reason to suppose,...

John Milton: Introductions

Roy Daniells - 1973 - 343 ページ
...mankind. A defence of poetry 1821 Shelley was openly scornful of the 18th century's passive Milton: the sacred Milton was, let it ever be remembered,...republican, and a bold inquirer into morals and religion. Preface to Prometheus unbound 1820 He saw himself as continuing Milton's enquiries, in re-applying...

Poetic Form and British Romanticism

Stuart Curran - 1990 - 288 ページ
...decidedly in favor of those who saw to the roots of their culture and diagnosed its manifold diseases. "[T]he sacred Milton was, let it ever be remembered, a Republican, and a bold enquirer into morals and religion," exclaimed Shelley in the preface to Prometheus Unbound (p. 134)....

Shelley's Process: Radical Transference and the Development of His Major Works

Jerrold E. Hogle - 1989 - 432 ページ
...Aeschylus in his own era) and especially in the tradition of the "Republican" Milton, who helped shake "to dust the oldest and most oppressive form of the Christian religion" (NCE, pp. 132 and 134). These predecessors all begin, as Shelley wants to, with established "mythological...

The Hidden Text of Mill's Liberty

Stewart Justman - 1991 - 183 ページ
...high feeling, a celebrant of love, an enemy of tyrants, a seer. Shelley in turn had said of Milton, "The sacred Milton was, let it ever be remembered, a Republican, and a bold enquirer into morals and religion."10 An extreme prude, Harriet was perhaps less bold in her inquiries,...

The Cambridge Companion to British Romanticism

Stuart Curran, Cambridge University Press, University of Cambridge - 1993 - 311 ページ
...make the political issue clear in a brief reference to Milton in his preface to Prometheus Unbound: "the sacred Milton was, let it ever be remembered, a Republican, and a bold enquirer into morals and religion" (Poetry and Prose, p. 134). Wherever one senses the presence of...

The Selected Poetry & Prose of Shelley

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1994 - 692 ページ
...produce philosophers and poets equal to those who (if we except Shakespeare) have never been surpassed. We owe the great writers of the golden age of our...let it ever be remembered, a republican, and a bold enquirer into morals and religion. The great writers of our own age are, we have reason to suppose,...

The Ideology of Imagination: Subject and Society in the Discourse of Romanticism

Forest Pyle - 1995 - 225 ページ
...Shelley invokes the critical "spirit" that gives rise to social revolutions and great literature alike: "We owe the great writers of the golden age of our...to the progress and development of the same spirit" (Poetry and Prose, 134). 3 It is such a reckoning of historical "debts" that results in Shelley's celebrated...




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