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" ... in still waters and weave river-flags or lake-lilies in lieu of stemming the stream. Nothing in verse or out of verse is more wearisome than the delivery of reluctant doubt, of half-hearted hope and half-incredulous faith. A man who suffers from the... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Página 481
1906
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Essays and Studies

Algernon Charles Swinburne - 1875 - 380 páginas
...and claim in consequence some thanks from all serious students of contemporary poetry. incredulous faith. A man who suffers from the strong desire either...begins to speak; and if he tries to speak in verse, he misuses the implement of an artist. We have had evidences of religion, aspirations and suspirations...
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Essays and studies (chiefly repr. from the Fortnightly review).

1875
...ankle-deep in still waters and weave river-flags or lake-lilies in lieu of stemming the stream. Nothing in verse or out of verse is more wearisome than the...delivery of reluctant doubt, of half-hearted hope and half' It has since been replaced, with the final stanza wholly rewritten. For its recovery I believe...
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Essays and Studies

Algernon Charles Swinburne - 1875 - 380 páginas
...ankle-deep in still waters and weave river-flags or lake-lilies in lieu of stemming the stream. Nothing in verse or out of verse is more wearisome than the...delivery of reluctant doubt, of half-hearted hope and half1 It has since been replaced, with the final stanza wholly rewritten. For its recovery I believe...
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Essays and Studies

Algernon Charles Swinburne - 1876 - 380 páginas
...ankle-deep in still waters and weave river-flags or lake-lilies in lieu of stemming the stream. Nothing^-" in verse or out of verse is more wearisome than the...delivery of reluctant doubt, of half-hearted hope and half1 It has since been replaced, with the final stanza wholly rewritten. For its recovery I believe...
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The Greater English Poets of the Nineteenth Century

William Morton Payne - 1907 - 388 páginas
...ankle-deep in still waters and weave river-flags or lake-lilies in lieu of stemming the stream. Nothing in verse is more wearisome than the delivery of reluctant...begins to speak; and if he tries to speak in verse, he misuses the implement of an artist. We have had evidences of religion, aspirations and suspirations...
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Swinburne and His Gods: The Roots and Growth of an Agnostic Poetry

Margot K. Louis - 1990 - 242 páginas
...souls bereaved" (86). Swinburne had a virulent contempt for this rhetorical strategy. "Nothing ... is more wearisome than the delivery of reluctant doubt,...of half-hearted hope and half-incredulous faith." The "melodious whine of retrospective and regretful scepticism" may advertise a Tennyson or a Clough...
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