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" ... while the overruling music attempers the mind to the spectacle, the subject (as a German would say) to the object, the beholder to the vision. And, although this is known to be but one phasis of life — of life culminating and in ascent, — yet... "
De Quincey's Writings - Side 59
af Thomas De Quincey - 1851
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The Living Age, Bind 194

1892 - 848 sider
...that has been tearing the heart. In the beautiful language of our prose-poet, De Quincey, we behold " the hidden or averted side of the golden arras, known but not felt, or seen but dimly in the rear, crowding into indistinct proportions." The epidemic nature of crime has...
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Life and Manners: From The Autobiography of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - 1851 - 362 sider
...life, the motion, the sea-like undulation of heads, the interweaving of the figures, the ataxvxiuait or self-revolving, both of the dance and the music,...arras, known but not felt: or is seen but dimly in the rearr crowding into indistinct proportions. The effect of the music is, to place the mind in a state...
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Lotus-eating: a Summer Book

George William Curtis - 1854 - 222 sider
...would say) to the object, the beholder to the vision. And although this is known to be but one phase of life — of life culminating and in ascent —...the rear, crowding into indistinct proportions. The eifect of the music is to place the mind in a state of electiveattraction for every thing in harmony...
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Bible music, variations on musical themes from Scripture

Francis Jacox - 1871 - 352 sider
...another," — while the overruling music is throughout attempering the mind to the spectacle, the subject to the object, the beholder to the vision. And although...the rear, crowding into indistinct proportions." The rhetoric of this master of prose may here be fitly set off, both in matter and manner, with Milton's...
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Bible Music: Being Variations, in Many Keys, on Musical Themes from Scripture

Francis Jacox - 1872 - 348 sider
...another," — while the overruling music is throughout attempering the mind to the spectacle, the subject to the object, the beholder to the vision. And although...the rear, crowding into indistinct proportions." The rhetoric of this master of prose may here be fitly set off, both in matter and manner, with Milton's...
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Popular Studies of Nineteenth Century Poets

Marshall Mather - 1892 - 190 sider
...another ; whilst all the while the overruling music attempers the mind to the spectacle, the subject to the object, the beholder to the vision. And although this is known to be but one phase of life — of life culminating and in ascent — yet the darker phase is concealed upon the...
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Littell's Living Age, Bind 194

1892 - 862 sider
...that has been tearing the heart. In the beautiful language of our prose-poet, De Quincey, we behold "the hidden or averted side of the golden arras, known but not felt, or seen but dimly in the rear, crowding into indistinct proportions." The epidemic nature of crime has...
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The Quarterly Review, Bind 174

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1892 - 592 sider
...that has been tearing the heart. In the beautiful language of our prose-poet, De Quincey, we behold ' the hidden or averted side of the golden arras, known but not felt, or seen but dimly in the rear, crowding into indistinct proportions.' The •epidemic nature of crime...
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The Quarterly Review, Bind 174

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1892 - 598 sider
...that has been tearing the heart. In the beautiful language of our prose-poet, De Quincey, we behold ' the hidden or averted side of the golden arras, known but not felt, or seen but dimly in the rear, crowding into indistinct proportions.' The epidemic nature of crime has...
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The Quarterly Review, Bind 174

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1892 - 600 sider
...that has been tearing the heart. In the beautiful language of our prose-poet, De Quincey, we behold ' the hidden or averted side of the golden arras, known but not felt, or seen but dimly in the rear, crowding into indistinct proportions.' The -epidemic nature of crime has...
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