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Pagina 233 - I sometimes hold it half a sin To put in words the grief I feel ; For words, like Nature, half reveal And half conceal the Soul within. But, for the unquiet heart and brain, A use in measured language lies ; The sad mechanic exercise, Like dull narcotics, numbing pain. In words, like weeds...
Pagina 444 - That wisdom infinite must form the best, Where all must full or not coherent be, And all that rises, rise in due degree ; Then, in the scale of reas'ning life, 'tis plain, There must be, somewhere, such a rank as man: And all the question (wrangle e'er so long) Is only this, if God has plac'd him wrong?
Pagina 444 - Chok'd other Plants, and ran to Wood; But blest us with its noble Fruit, As soon as it was...
Pagina 221 - This is striking and sublime. But put it into what is commonly called the sublime style: "The
Pagina 444 - So Vice is beneficial found, When it's by Justice lopt and bound; Nay, where the People would be great, As necessary to the State, As Hunger is to make 'em eat. Bare Virtue can't make Nations live In Splendor; they, that would revive A Golden Age, must be as free, For Acorns, as for Honesty.
Pagina 30 - A elli di wrth chwilio gael gafael ar DDUW? a elli di gael yr Hollalluog hyd berffeithrwydd?
Pagina 283 - Os ehwychwi gan hynny, y rhai ydych ddrwg, a fedrwch roi rhoddion da i'ch plant chwi ; pa faint mwy y rhydd eich Tad o'r nef yr Yspryd Glân i'r rhai a ofyno ganddo ? 14 IT Ac yr oedd efe yn bwrw alian gythraul, a hwnnw oedd fud.
Pagina 221 - ... thought is truly noble, it will for the most part, clothe itself in a native dignity of language. The sublime, indeed, rejects mean, low, or trivial expressions ; but it is equally an enemy to such as are turgid. The main secret of being sublime, is to say great things in few and plain words. It will be found to hold, without exception, that the most sublime authors are the simplest in their style...
Pagina 34 - Bethel or, a Forme for Families: In which all sorts, of both sexes, are so squared, and framed by the word of God, as they may best serve in their severall places, for useful pieces in God's Building, London, Bloome, 1633, at pp.
Pagina 221 - It will be found to hold, without exception, that the most sublime authors are the simplest in their style; and wherever you find a writer, who affects a more than ordinary pomp and parade of words, and is always endeavouring to magnify his subject by epithets, there you may immediately suspect, that feeble in sentiment, he is studying to support himself by mere expression.