Autobiography of Dean Merivale: With Selections from His Correspondence

E. Arnold, 1899 - 368 pàgines
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Pàgina 30 - O good old man ; how well in thee appears The constant service of the antique world, When service sweat for duty, not for meed ! Thou art not for the fashion of these times, Where none will sweat, but for promotion; And having that, do choke their service up Even with the having: it is not so with thee.
Pàgina 344 - Evidemment il ya là quelque chose qui ne répond plus à l'état actuel, à la pente naturelle de la société et des esprits. Je ne sais pas bien quoi ; je le cherche. Pour rien au monde je ne voudrais abolir ni seulement affaiblir cette étude des langues, la seule vraiment fortifiante et savante à cet âge. Je tiens extrêmement à...
Pàgina 80 - Our common bond has been a common intellectual taste, common studies, common literary aspirations, and we have all felt, I suppose, the support of mutual regard and perhaps some mutual flattery. We soon grew, as such youthful coteries generally do, into immense self-conceit.
Pàgina 135 - a loud and terrible stroke from the reality of things upon the fairy building of our youth." How much more so to Tennyson, who felt his personal grief re-echoing in every chamber of his being— so closely had he bound his rational doubts to fantasies of loss and death in the strife of Sense and Conscience. The series of elegiac stanzas that would become In Memoriam...
Pàgina 80 - Shakespeare at the top of all, and I should have found a lofty pedestal for Kant and Goethe. It was with a vague idea that it should be our function to interpret the oracles of transcendental wisdom to the world of Philistines...
Pàgina 275 - twas only Lent." Lover. TO MY WIFE. To Thee, who bending o'er my table's rim Has marked these measures flow, these pages brim ; Who, linked for ever to a lettered life, Hast drawn the dubious lot of student's wife ; Kept hush around my desk, nor grudged me still The long, dull, ceaseless rustling of my quill. Content to guide the house, the child to teach, And hail my fitful...
Pàgina 354 - PATRIOT Statesman, be thou wise to know The limits of resistance, and the bounds Determining concession ; still be bold Not only to slight praise but suffer scorn ; :And be thy heart a fortress to maintain The day against the moment, and the year Against the day...
Pàgina 80 - ... sympathizing with them, that we piqued ourselves on the name of the ' Apostles ' — a name given us, as we were sometimes told, by the envious and jeering vulgar, but to which we presumed that we had a legitimate claim, and gladly accepted it. We lived, as I said, in constant intercourse with one another, day by day, meeting over our wine or our tobacco; but every Saturday evening we held a more solemn sitting, when each member of the society, about twelve in number, delivered an essay on any...

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