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" Heavens! when I think that Music too is condemned to be mad, and to burn herself, to this end, on such a funeral pile, — your celestial Opera-house grows dark and infernal to me ! Behind its glitter stalks the shadow of Eternal Death ; through it too,... "
The people's edition of Thomas Carlyle's works. 37 vols. Wanting vol. 33-35 - Pagina 127
door Thomas Carlyle - 1888
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The Christian Treasury

1867
...to net out the character they have formed in the first fourteen years of their lives. The Opera. — When I think that music too is condemned to be mad, and to burn herself upon such a funeral-pile, your celestial opera-house grows dark and infernal to me. Behind its glitter...
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Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, Volume 108

1902
...his critical canons, there must be a Homer, many Homers with their heroic performances.' — E" 127 'Behind its glitter stalks the shadow of Eternal Death;...through it too, I look not "up into the divine eye", äs Richter has it, "but down into the bottomlesg eyesocket".' Die Stelle stammt aus Jean Paul, Siebenkäs;...
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The International monthly magazine of literature, science, and art

...— Oh, Heavens, when I think that Music loo is condemned to be mad and to burn herself, to this cud, on such a funeral pile, — your celestial Opera-house grows dark and infernal to me ! Behind it- glitter stalks the shadow of Eternal Death ; through it too I look not ' up into the divine eye,'...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 25

1851
...should not have been flung into Mabogany's claret-cup. And Rossini too, and Mozart and Bellini — Oh, Heavens, when I think that Music too is condemned...not " up into the divine eye," as Richter has it, "bul 1852.] down into the bottomless eyesocket " — not up towards God, Heaven, and the Throne of...
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Monthly Literary Miscellany, Volumes 6-9

1852
...should not have been flung into Mahogany's claret-cup. And Rossini, too, and Mozart and Bellini — Oh, Heavens, when I think that Music too is condemned to be mad and to burn herself, to this end, on each a funeral pile — your celestial Operahouse grows dark and infernal to me! Behind ite glitter...
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The National Magazine, Volume 11

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1857
...herself to this end on such a funeral-pile, your celestial opera-house grows dark and infernal to me 1 Behind its glitter stalks the shadow of eternal death,...look not " up into the Divine eye," as Richter has II, " but down into the bottomless eye-socket;" not upward toward God, heaven, and the throno of truth...
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The National Magazine, Volume 11

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1857
...perhaps to sackcloth and ashes 1 This, and not amusement, would have profited these persons. .... О heavens, when I think that music, too, is condemned...be mad, and to burn herself to this end on such a funeral-pile, your celestial opera-house grows dark and infernal to mo ! Behind its glitter stalks...
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Dwight's Journal of Music

John Sullivan Dwight - 1858
...should not have been flung into Mahogany's claret cup. And Rossini, too, and Mozart, and Bellini, О Heavens ! when I think that Music, too. is condemned to be mad, and to burn himself to this end, on such a funeral pile, your celestial operahouse grows dark and infernal to me....
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 4

Thomas Carlyle - 1860
...should not have been flung into Mahogany's claret-cup. And Rossini, too, and Mozart and Bellini Oh, Heavens! when I think that Music too is condemned to be mad, and to burn herrflf. to this end, on such a funeral pile, — your celestial Operahouse grows dark and infernal...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 187

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1898
...not have been flung into Mahogany's claret-cup. And Rossini, too, and and Mozart and Bellini — 0 Heavens ! when I think that Music too is condemned...burn herself, to this end, on such a funeral pile — yonr celestial Opera-house grows dark and infernal to me. Behind its glitter stalks the shadow...
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