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" Will bind thee by such vows as is a shame A man should not be bound by, yet the which No man can keep ; but, so thou dread to swear, Pass not beneath this gateway, but abide Without, among the cattle of the field. 27o For an ye heard a music, like enow... "
The Coming of Arthur: And Other Idylls of the King - Page 29
by Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1896 - 224 pages
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The Living Age, Volume 244

1905
...merely that a great structure should not rest upon a point. 60 and Lynette" whereof it could be said:— the city Is built To music, therefore never built at all And therefore built for ever. / Remarks as to lack of solid foundation may be regarded as typical of the mild kind of sarcasm which...
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Electronic journals - 1878
...the whole very virid stanza and its context. See as above, p. 68. AB G KOSART. (S"" g. ¡x. gag.) " For, an ye heard a music, like enow They are building...never built at all, And therefore built for ever." These lines, which refer not to Ilion, but to Camelot, occur in Oaretk and Lynette, at p. 19 of the...
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Questions and answers - 1876
...unexpected hour, When hearts which never met before ¡Shall me;t, unite, and part no more." Sic. WP " For an ye heard a music, like enow They are building still, eeeinz the city is built To music, therefore never built at all, Ami therefore built fur ever." TEXEOK....
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Questions and answers - 1876
...unexpected hour. When hearts which nerer met before Shall uieit, unite, and part no more." &c. WP " For an ye heard a music, like enow They are building still, seeing the city is built To ramie, therefore never built at all, And therefore built fur ever." TE.VKOB. " Girl, nimble with thy...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 112

1872
...theu dread to swear, Pass not beneath this gateway, but abide Without among the cattle of the field, For an ye heard a music, like enow They are building...never built at all, And therefore built for ever.' " Hero too is a charming little bit of description worthy of earlier days : — ' ' Ever and anon a...
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Gareth and Lynette. Author's ed

Alfred Tennyson (1st baron.) - 1872
...thou dread to swear, Pass not beneath this gateway, but abide Without, among the cattle of the field. For, an ye heard a music, like enow They are building...therefore never built at all, And therefore built forever." Gareth spake Anger' d, "Old Master, reverence thine own beard That looks as white as utter...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 27

1873
...have been built to a divine music, — how the highest works of the human spirit are created : — " For an ye heard a music, like enow They are building...never built at all, And therefore built for ever." There was no such music in Mr. Tennyson's early verses, but he himself has all but told us when the...
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Poetical Works, Volume 2

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1873
...thou dread to swear, Pass not beneath this gateway, but abide Without, among the cattle of the field. For, an ye heard a music, like enow They are building...therefore never built at all, And therefore built forever." Gareth spake Anger'd, " Old Master, reverence thine own beard That looks as white as utter...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 7; Volume 122

1874
...never to be perfectly realized in facts, but in harmony with which the great of all ages have worked. For an ye heard a music, like enow They are building...therefore never built at all, And therefore built forever. AH SIMPSON. From Chambers' Journal MANOR-HOUSE AT MILFORD. CHAPTER I. I have a widow aunt,...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American poetry - 1874 - 534 pages
...thou dread to swear, Pass not beneath this gateway, but abide Without, among the cattle of the field, For, an ye heard a music, like enow They are building...therefore never built at all, And therefore built forever.'' Gareth spake Angered, " Old Master, reverence thine own beard That looks as white as utter...
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