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" Who has not a thousand times seen snow fall on water? Who has not watched it with a new feeling from the time that he has read Burns... "
The Tin Trumpet, Or Heads and Tales, for the Wise and Waggish: To which are ... - Pagina 78
door Horace Smith - 1836 - 295 pagina’s
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Proceedings of the Liverpool Literary & Philosophical Society, Volumes 8-10

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1854
...water? Who has not watched it with a new feeling, from the time that he has read Burus's comparison of sensual pleasure ' To snow that falls upon a river, A moment white, then gone for ever!'" In like manner the everyday phenomena of the tides of the ocean acquire fresh, interest from the comparison...
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The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: With an ..., Volume 2

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1854
...it snow upon water 1 Who has not seen it with a new feeling, since he has read Burns's comparison of sensual pleasure, To snow that falls upon a river, A moment white — then gone forever !* Tarn O'Shanter.— Ed. In philosophy equally, as in poetry, genius produces the strongest...
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The Mission of the Comforter: With Notes

Julius Charles Hare - 1854 - 498 pagina’s
...or, — as, to save appearances, they will fain say, — in the great majority of cases, is, " Like snow that falls upon a river, A moment white, then gone for ever," may not be appalled by such a conclusion. This however is only another melancholy instance how a single...
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Seven Lectures on Shakespeare and Milton

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1856 - 275 pagina’s
...Of these, at present, others must judge, but I would rather have written one simile by Burns, " Like snow that falls upon a river, A moment white, then gone for ever"— than all the poetry that his countryman Scott — as far as I am yet able to form an estimate — is...
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Seven Lectures on Shakespeare and Milton

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1856 - 275 pagina’s
...expression. Of these, at present, others judge, but I would rather have written one simile by Bur: " Like snow that falls upon a river, A moment white, then gone for ever'1 — than all the poetry that his countryman Scott — as far as I am yet able to form an estimate...
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The Tin Trumpet: Or, Heads and Tails for the Wise and Waggish

Horace Smith - 1859 - 262 pagina’s
...rising up to hiss at us, like a snake amid the flowers— - medio de fonte leporum, Surgit illiquid amari;" while there is a secret consolation, even...that falls upon a river, " A moment white, then gone forever." POETRY—The music of thought conveyed to us in the music of language—the art of embalming...
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The Friend, Conducted by S.T. Coleridge, No, Volume 1

Derwent Coleridge - 1863
...it snow upon water? Who has not seen it with a new feeling, since he has read Burns's comparison of sensual pleasure, To snow that falls upon a river, A moment white — then gone for ever ! * In philosophy equally, as in poetry, genius produces the strongest impressions of novelty, while...
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The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: With an ..., Volume 2

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1865
...upon water ? Who has not seen it with a new feeling, since he has read Burns's comparison of senual pleasure, To snow that falls upon a river, A moment white — then gone forever 1* * Tarn O'Shanter.— Ed. In philosophy equally, as in poetry, genius produces the strongest...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 21

1868
...water ? Who has not watched it with a new feeling from the time when he read Burns's comparison of sensual pleasure to . ' Snow that falls upon a river, — A moment white, then gone forever ' ? " Above all, genius is humane. It esteems nothing common or unclean ; it is no respecter...
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The Atlantic Monthly

1868
...water ? Who has not watched it with a new feeling from the time when he read Burns's comparison of sensual pleasure to' Snow that falls upon a river, — A moment white, then gone forever'?" Above all, genius is humane. It esteems nothing common or unclean ; it is no respecter of...
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