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" He sings, rather than talks. He pours upon you a kind of satirical, heroical, critical poem, with regular cadences, and generally catching up, near the beginning, some singular epithet, which serves as a refrain when his song is full, or with which, as... "
Pen Pictures of Modern Authors - Page 8
edited by - 1882 - 333 pages
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Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli, Volume 3

Margaret Fuller, James Freeman Clarke, Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Henry Channing - 1852
...indeed, is arrogant and overbearing ; but in his arrogance there is no littleness, — no self-loveIt is the heroic arrogance of some old Scandinavian conqueror;...epithet, which serves as a refrain when his song is full, or with which, as with a knitting needle, be catches up the stitches, if he has chanced, now and then,...
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Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli, Volume 2

Margaret Fuller, William Henry Channing, Ralph Waldo Emerson, James Freeman Clarke - 1852 - 347 pages
...heroic arrogance of some old Scandinavian conqueror; — it is his nature, and the untamable energy that has given him power to crush the dragons. You...critical poem, with regular cadences, and generally, near the beginning, hitsupon some singular epithet, which serves as a refrain when his song is full,...
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At Home and Abroad: Or, Things and Thoughts in America and Europe

Margaret Fuller - Europe - 1856 - 466 pages
...; yet never was man more fitted to prize a man, could he find one to match his mood. He finds such, but only in the past. He sings rather than talks....epithet, which serves as a refrain when his song is full, or with which as with a knitting-needle he catches up the stitches if he has chanced now and then to...
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At Home and Abroad: Or, Things and Thoughts in America and Europe

Margaret Fuller - Europe - 1856 - 466 pages
...; yet never was man more fitted to prize a man, could he find one to match hia mood. He finds such, but only in the past. He sings rather than talks....poem, with regular cadences, and generally catching tip near the beginning some singular epithet, which serves as a refrain when his song is full, or with...
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At Home and Abroad: Or, Things and Thoughts in America and Europe

Margaret Fuller - Europe - 1856 - 466 pages
...; yet never was man more fitted to prize a man, could he find one to match his mood. He finds such, but only in the past. He sings rather than talks. He pours upon you a kind of satirical, hcroical, critical poem, with regular cadences, and generally catching up near the beginning some singular...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 40

1857
...the author's mode of conversation, says, "He sings rather than talks" — and 'goes on to tell how he pours upon you a kind of satirical, heroical, critical...epithet, which serves as a refrain when his song is full, or with which, " as with a knitting-needle, he catches up the stitches if he has chanced, now and then,...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 40

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1857
...the author's mode of conversation, says, " He sings rather than talks" — and goes on to tell how he pours upon you a kind of satirical, heroical, critical...epithet, which serves as a refrain when his song is full, or with which, " as with a knitting-needle, he catches up the stitches if he has chanced, now and then,...
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AT HOME AND ABROAD; ON THINGS AND THOUGHTS IN Amirica and Europe

MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI - 1869
...; yet never was man more fitted to prize a man, could he find one to match his mood. He finds such, but only in the past. He sings rather than talks....epithet, which serves as a refrain when his song is full, or with which as with a knitting-needle he catches up the stitches if he has chanced now and then to...
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Essays in Mosaic

Thomas Ballantyne - Quotations - 1870 - 210 pages
...if you senselessly go too near. He seemed to be quite isolated, lonely as the desert, yet never was man more fitted to prize a man, could he find one...epithet, which serves as a refrain when his song is full, or with which, as with a knitting needle, he catches up the stitches if he has chanced now and then...
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A Medley of Notables: what they said, and what others said of them. By G. F. S.

G. F. S. - 1870
...revere ; and perhaps, also, he would only laugh at you if you did. Ho sings, rather than talks. Ho pours upon you a kind of satirical, heroical, critical...epithet which serves as a refrain when his song is full. The worst of Carlyle is that you cannot interrupt him, 'Tis a physical impossibility. M. FULLER. His...
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