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" I have been too deeply conscious of the mutability and evanescence of temporal things to give any continuous effort to anything— to be consistent in anything. My life has been whim— impulse— passion— a longing for solitude— a scorn of all things... "
The Chronicles of America Series - Pągina 191
1918
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Life and Letters of John Howard Raymond

John Howard Raymond, Harriet Raymond Lloyd - 1881 - 744 pągines
...give any continuous effort to anything — to be consistent in anything. My life has been wbim — impulse — passion — a longing for solitude —...things present, in an earnest desire for the future. " Now profoundly excited by music, and by some poems, — those of Tennyson especially — whom, with...
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Edgar Allan Poe

George Edward Woodberry - 1885 - 354 pągines
...estimate of my life," — and, from what I have already said. you will see that I have none to give. I have been too deeply conscious of the mutability...things present, in an earnest desire for the future. I am profoundly excited by music, and by some poems, — those of Tennyson especially — whom, with...
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Edgar Allan Poe

George Edward Woodberry - 1885 - 354 pągines
...things to give any continuous effort to anything — to be consistent in anything. My life has beeji whim — impulse — passion — a longing for solitude...things present, in an earnest desire for the future. I am profoundly excited by music, and by some poems, — those of Tennyson especially — whom, with...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Volum 8

1891
...self-centred, visionary, hopelessly unpractical. He wrote to Lowell in 1844, 'My life has been u'him, impulse, passion, a longing for solitude, a scorn of all things present.' The kindly Briggs, after months of daily intimacy, called him 'characterless' and 'utterly deficient...
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The Works Of Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe - 1894
...estimate of my life,' — and, from 59 what I have already said, you will see that I have none to give. I have been too deeply conscious of the mutability...things present in an earnest desire for the future. " I am profoundly excited by music, and by some poems, — those of Tennyson especially, — whom,...
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Topical Notes on American Authors

Lucy Tappan - 1896 - 334 pągines
...used it when lecturing. He inherited from his parents declamatory power. His own Summary of His Life. "My life has been whim — impulse — passion —...things present, in an earnest desire for the future." Three "Problematic Characters" in American Literature. Poe. Hawthorne. Emerson. APPELLATIONS. A POET...
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The New Review, Volum 14

1896
...effect upon humanity." How should a poet frank enough to formulate these truths, a poet whose life was "whim — impulse —passion — a longing for solitude — a scorn of all things present " — how should he appeal to the sympathy of his age or even to the bluff optimism of Mr. Lowell ?...
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Fall of the House of Usher. Ligeia. The Cask of Amontillado. The Assignation ...

Edgar Allan Poe - 1902 - 305 pągines
...were the things he really loved. In them was the life of his spirit, his refuge from actuality. Poe wrote to Lowell in 1844: " I have been too deeply...present in an earnest desire for the future." It is the confession of a dreamer, of a man not adequate to the business in hand. He had a fair chance for happiness,...
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The Lee Readers: First-[fifth] book, Llibre 5

Edna Henry Lee Turpin - 1902
...stirred up to excel a fool, merely because I hate to let a fool imagine that he may excel me. . . . My life has been whim, impulse, passion, a longing...things present in an earnest desire for the future." In 1845 " The Raven " appeared in a New York paper and won immediate fame at home and abroad. But "unmerciful...
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The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, Volum 1

Edgar Allan Poe - 1902
...give any continuous effort to anything — to be consistent in anything. My life has been tabim — impulse — passion — a longing for solitude —...things present, in an earnest desire for the future. " Now profoundly excited by music, and by some poems, — those of Tennyson especially — whom, with...
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