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" Natural objects always did and now do weaken, deaden, and obliterate imagination in me. Wordsworth must know that what he writes valuable is not to be found in nature. "
Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence - Seite 382
von Henry Crabb Robinson - 1869
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Life of William Blake, "pictor Ignotus", with Selections from His ..., Band 1

Alexander Gilchrist - 1863
...has the key to Blake's peculiar temperament) not unintelligible avowal : ' Natural ' objects always did, and now do, weaken, deaden, and obliterate '...in nature. Read Michael Angelo's ' Sonnet, Vol. ii. page 179 ' (of this edition). 'No mortal object did these eyes behold When first they met the placid...
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Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson ...

Henry Crabb Robinson - 1869
...tho bottom of page 44, " On the Influence of Natural Objects," is written : " Natural objects always did and now do weaken, deaden, and obliterate imagination...nature. Read Michael Angelo's Sonnet, Vol. II. p. 1 79." That is, the one beginning, — " No mortal object did these eyes behold, When first they met...
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Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson, Band 2

Henry Crabb Robinson - 1869
...the bottom of page 44, " On the Influence of Natural Objects," is written : " Natural objects always did and now do weaken, deaden, and obliterate imagination...found in nature. Read Michael Angelo's Sonnet, Vol. H. p. l79." That is, the one beginning, — " No mortnl object did these eyes behold, When first they...
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Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson ...

Henry Crabb Robinson - 1869
...Imagination the Divine Vision. CHAP. xiii. did and now do weaken, deaden, and obliterate imagi1827. nation in me. Wordsworth must know that what he writes valuable...Sonnet, Vol. II. p. 179." That is, the one beginning — ' ' Xo mortal object did these eyes behold, When first they met the lucid light of thine." It is...
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Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson: ...

Henry Crabb Robinson - 1870
...the bottom of page 44, " On the Influence of Natural Objects," is written : " Natural objects always did and now do weaken, deaden, and obliterate imagination...what he writes valuable is not to be found in nature. Eead Michael Angelo's Sonnet, Vol. II. p. 179." That is, the one beginning, — " No mortal object...
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Biography

Alexander Gilchrist - 1880
...unintelligible avowal : ' Natural ' objects always did, and now do, weaken, deaden, and ob' literate imagination in me. Wordsworth must know that ' what...in nature. Read ' Michael Angelo's Sonnet, vol. ii. page 179' (of this edition). 'No mortal object did these eyes behold When first they met the placid...
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William Blake

Arthur Symons - 1907 - 433 Seiten
...P. 44, ' On the Influence of Natural Objects,' at the bottom of the page. ' Natural objects always did and now do weaken, deaden, and obliterate imagination...found in Nature. Read Michael Angelo's sonnet, vol. iv. p. 179.' That is, the one beginning ' No mortal object did these eyes behold When first they met...
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The Real Blake: A Portrait Biography

Edwin John Ellis - 1907 - 443 Seiten
...poetry. Against the heading On the Influence of Natural Objects he writes — Natural objects always did. and now do, weaken, deaden, and obliterate imagination...what he writes valuable is not to be found in nature. Blake seems at times to forget that there are two moods, each called Nature, and that if Scripture...
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William Blake

Arthur Symons - 1907 - 433 Seiten
...unchanging realities of the imagination. ' Natural objects,' he wrote in a copy of Wordsworth, 'always did and now do weaken, deaden, and obliterate imagination...he writes valuable is not to be found in nature.' And so his poetry is the most abstract of all poetry, although in a sense the most concrete. It is...
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The Real Blake: A Portrait Biography

Edwin John Ellis - 1907 - 443 Seiten
...poetry. Against the heading On the Influence of Natural Objects he writes — Natural objects always did, and now do, weaken, deaden, and obliterate imagination...what he writes valuable is not to be found in nature. Blake seems at times to forget that there are two moods, each called Nature, and that if Scripture...
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