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" I have bought a pocket Milton, which I carry perpetually about with me, in order to study the sentiments — the dauntless magnanimity, the intrepid, unyielding, independence, the desperate daring, and noble defiance of hardship, in that great personage,... "
The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art - Página 263
editado por - 1828
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Robert Burns'Beziehungen zur Litteratur

Heinrich Molenaar - 1899 - 132 páginas
...schreibt er an Nicol (IV. 248) : "I have bought a pocket Milton, which I carry perpetually about with me, in order to study the sentiments — the dauntless...defiance of hardship, in that great personage, Satan thoughtless follies like so many ignes fatui sparkle in the idly-gazing eyes of the poor heedless bard,...
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Early Critical Reviews on Robert Burns

Henry Mackenzie - 1900 - 8 páginas
...bought a pocket Milton, which I carry perpetually about with me, in order to study the sentiments—the dauntless magnanimity ; the intrepid, unyielding independence;...defiance of hardship in that great personage, SATAN. Nor was this a rash or precipitate choice, for in a more apologetic mood he expresses the same opinion...
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The poetical works of Robert Burns, ed. by A. Smith. Vignette ed

Robert Burns - 1901
...altogether with my species. I have bought a pocket Milton, which 1 carry perpetually about with me, in order to study the sentiments, the dauntless magnanimity,...defiance of hardship, in that great personage, Satan." At this precise period, it is somewhat hard to understand whence came the bitterness which wells up...
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College Requirements in English: For Careful Study, for the Years 1909-1915 ...

1896
...view the fate of these noble 1 " I have bought a pocket Milton, which I carry perpetually about me, in order to study the sentiments, the dauntless magnanimity,...defiance of hardship in that great personage — Satan." — Letter of Burns, quoted in Lockhart, chap. vi. Bitter epigrams like this on Byron become a characteristic...
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An Essay on Burns

Thomas Carlyle - 1910 - 133 páginas
...oought a pocket Milton, which I carry perpetually about with me, in order to study the sentime_nts — the dauntless magnanimity, the intrepid, unyielding...defiance of hardship, in that great personage, Satan." 99, 1. He who would write, etc. Quoted, in Carlyle's characteristically free manner, from the Apology...
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The Influence of Milton on English Poetry, Volumen2

Raymond Dexter Havens - 1922 - 722 páginas
...William Nicol, June 18, 1787: "I have bought a pocket Milton, which I carry perpetually about with me, in order to study the sentiments — the dauntless...defiance of hardship, in that great personage, SATAN." pamphlets, and in such sonnets as On the New Forcers of Conscience and To Cromwell. With most of them...
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Some Authors: A Collection of Literary Essays 1896-1916

Walter Raleigh - 1923 - 332 páginas
...altogether with my species. I have bought a pocket Milton, which I carry perpetually about with me, in order to study the sentiments — the dauntless...of hardship, in that great personage, SATAN.' The parallel is too close ; he was warring with the eternal. His pride was immense, and he pitted it against...
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Robert Burns: The Critical Heritage

Donald A. Low - 1995 - 447 páginas
...of a pattern of fortitude. 'I have bought a pocket Milton, which I carry perpetually about with me, in order to study the sentiments — the dauntless...defiance of hardship, in that great personage, SATAN.' Nor was this a rash or precipitate choice, for in a more apologetic mood he expresses the same opinion...
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The Satanic Epic

Neil Forsyth - 2003 - 382 páginas
...hero. Milton's Satan," and talked of his "dauntless magnanimity; the intrepid, unyielding independance; the desperate daring, and noble defiance of hardship, in that great Personage, Satan.'"' William Godwin asked in his Political Justice of 1793, "Why did Satan rebel against his maker? It was,...
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The Complete Works of Robert Burns Part Five

Robert Burns - 2004 - 456 páginas
...bought a pocket Milton, which I carry perpetually about with me, in order to study the sentiments—the dauntless magnanimity, the intrepid, unyielding independence,...defiance of hardship, in that great personage, SATAN. Tis true, I have just now a little cash; but I am afraid the star that hitherto has shed its malignant,...
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