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" His language deserves a commendation sometimes bestowed by ladies upon rich garments, that it is capable of standing up by itself. The form is so admirable that, for purposes of criticism, we must consider it as something apart from the substance. The... "
The Fortnightly - Seite 311
1871
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The Living Age ..., Band 109

1871
...exquisite passages in De Quincey's writings are all more or less attempts to carry out the idea expressed m the title of the dream fugue. They are intended to...that he is attempting to do in prose what every great poot does in verse. The specific mark thus indicated is still insufficient to give him a solitary position...
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The Fortnightly Review, Band 15

1871
...wearer. De Quincey scorns this sneaking maxim of prudence, and boldly challenges our admiration Ly appearing in the richest colouring that can be got...this it is plain that the peculiar characteristic of Do Quincey is merely that he is attempting to do in prose what every great poet does in verse. The...
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The Living Age, Band 109

1871
...sometimes bestowed by ladies upon rich garments, that it is capable of standing up itself. The form is BO admirable that, for purposes of criticism, we must...They are impassioned, not in the sense of expressing a»y definite sentiment, but because, from the structure and combination of the sentences, they harmonize...
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Hours in a Library: De Foe's novels. Richardson's novels. Pope as a moralist ...

Leslie Stephen - 1874
...the common phrase, is the dress of thought; and that dress is the best, according to modern canons ol taste, which attracts least attention from its wearer....the structure and combination of the sentences, they harmonise with certain phases of emotion. Now in all this it is plain that the peculiar characteristic...
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Hours in a Library

Leslie Stephen - 1874 - 392 Seiten
...apart from the substance. The most exquisite passages in De Quinccy's writings are all more or lest attempts to carry out the idea expressed in the title...because, from the structure and combination of the sentence*, they harmonise with certain phases of emotion. Now in all this it is plain that the peculiar...
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Hours in a Library, Band 1

Sir Leslie Stephen - 1877
...jog-trot, which shall not give actual pain to the jaws of the reader. They no more think of wearing whole paragraphs or chapters into complex harmonies,...the structure and combination of the sentences, they harmonise with certain phases of emotion. Now in all this it is plain that the peculiar characteristic...
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Masterpieces of English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - 1880 - 638 Seiten
...sneaking maxim of prudence, and boldly challenges our admiration by appearing in the richest c6Ioring that can be got out of the dictionary. His language...sentences, they harmonize with certain phases of emotion. It is in the success with which he produces such effects as these that De Quincey may fairly claim...
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English Language and Literary Criticism: English prose

James Baldwin - 1883
...ladies upon rich garments, that it is capable of standing up by itself. His most exquisite passages are intended to be musical compositions, in which words have to play the part of notes. Most of his brilliant performances are variations on the same theme. He appeals to our terror of the...
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Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - 1886 - 638 Seiten
...sneaking maxim of prudence, and boldly challenges our admiration by appearing in the richest coloring that can be got out of the dictionary. His language...sentences, they harmonize with certain phases of emotion. It is in the success with which he produces such effects as these that De Quincey may fairly claim...
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Joan of Arc: Selections: I. Joan of Arc. II. Affliction of Childhood. III ...

Thomas De Quincey - 1889 - 64 Seiten
...must consider it as something apart from the substance. The most exquisite passages in De Quiucey's writings are all more or less attempts to carry out...sentences, they harmonize with certain phases of emotion. It is in the success with which he produces such effects as these that De Quiucey may fairly claim...
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