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" All rests with those who read. A work or thought Is what each makes it to himself, and may Be full of great dark meanings, like the sea, With shoals of life rushing; or like the air, Benighted with the wing of the wild dove, Sweeping miles broad o'er... "
Dolman's magazine [ed. by M.G. Keon and E. Price]. - Página 291
editado por - 1846
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Festus: A Poem

Philip James Bailey - 1845 - 396 páginas
...tittle of the truth, To smoothe its way to favour with the fearful. All rests with those who read. A work or thought Is what each makes it to himself,...light — Or may be nothing — bodiless, spiritless. Now therefore to his work and to the world The writer bids, God speed ! It matters not If they agree...
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Festus: A Poem

Philip James Bailey - 1845 - 416 páginas
...tittle of the truth, To smoothe its way to favour with the fearful. All rests with those who read. A work or thought Is what each makes it to himself,...light — Or may be nothing — bodiless, spiritless. Now therefore to his work and to the world The writer bids, God speed ! It matters not If they agree...
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Festus: A Poem

Philip James Bailey - 1845 - 396 páginas
...tittle of the truth, To smoothe its way to favour with the fearful. All rests with those who read. A work or thought Is what each makes it to himself,...mighty glimpses of the central light— Or may be nothing—bodiless, spiritless. Now therefore to his work and to the world The writer bids, God speed...
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Festus, a Poem

Philip James Bailey - 1847 - 416 páginas
...tittle of the truth, To smoothe its way to favour with the fearful. All rests with those who read. A work or thought Is what each makes it to himself,...light — Or may be nothing — bodiless, spiritless. Now therefore to his work and to the world The writer bids, God speed! It matters not If they agree...
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New Quarterly Review; Or, Home, Foreign and Colonial Journal, Volumen 8

1847
...likewise, has an application partially just, and in that part, it must be confessed, strongly so : — " A work or thought Is what each makes it to himself,...— Or may be nothing, — bodiless, spiritless." This proem is an after-thought ; had it originally accompanied the poem, we should have thought less...
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The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art, and Science

George Hooker Colton, James Davenport Whelpley - 1847
...him on this score must inevitably rebound upon ourselves. Hear him : " All rests with those who read. A work or thought Is what each makes it to himself,...light — Or may be nothing — bodiless, spiritless." According to this principle, unintelligible jargon is just as good as anything — nay, better, because...
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The American Whig Review, Volumen 5

1847
...rebound upon ourselves. Hear him : " All rests with those who read. A work or thought Is what each tnakes it to himself, and may Be full of great dark meanings,...miles broad o'er the far western woods, With mighty glimpses'of the central light — Or may be nothing — bodiless, spiritless." According to this principle,...
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The American Whig Review, Volumen 5

1847
...him on this score must inevitably rebound upon ourselves. Hear him : " All rests with those who read. A work or thought Is what each makes it to himself, and may Be full of great dark meanings, like the aea With shoals of life rushing ; or like the air, Benighted with the wing of the wild dove, Sweeping...
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Festus, a poem [by P.J. Bailey]. By P.J. Bailey

Philip James Bailey - 1852
...plain and pure as are the skies ; All forms resolving to one element. All rests with those who read. A work or thought Is what each makes it to himself,...light — Or may be, nothing — bodiless, spiritless. STUDENT. But tell us more minutely. FESTUS. If you choose. There is a porch, wherefrom is something...
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A cyclopædia of poetical quotations, arranged by H.G. Adams

Cyclopaedia - 1853 - 733 páginas
...THESE lost their sense their learning to display, And those explained the meaning quite away. — Pope. A work, or thought, Is what each makes it to himself,...light, — Or may be nothing, — bodiless, spiritless. PJ Bailey. MEANNESS. CAN you imagine I so mean would prove, To save my life by changing of my love?...
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