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" What then are the situations, from the representation of which, though accurate, no poetical enjoyment can be derived ? They are those in which the suffering finds no vent in action ; in which a continuous state of mental distress is prolonged, unrelieved... "
The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge - Page 300
1918
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1853 - 248 pages
...poetical enjoyment can be derived ? They are those in which the suffering finds no vent in action ; in which a continuous state of mental distress is...there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is inevitably something morbid, in the description of them something monotonous....
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1856 - 336 pages
...no poetical enjoyment can be derived? They are those in which the suffering finds no vent in action; in which a continuous state of mental distress is...there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is inevitably something morbid, in the description of them something monotonous....
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1856 - 336 pages
...a continuous state of mental distress is prolonged, unrelieved by incident, hope, or resistance ; I in which there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is inevitably something morbid, in the description of them something monotonous....
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The Free churchman and Christian spectator [formerly The Christian spectator ...

...poetical enjoyment can be derived ? They are those in which the suffering finds no vent in action ; in which a continuous state of mental distress is...there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is inevitably something morbid ; in the description of them, something monotonous....
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Alfred Tennyson: His Life and Works

Sir William Robertson Nicoll - 1881 - 203 pages
...in which the suffering finds no vent in action in which a continual strain of mental distress is unrelieved by incident, hope, or resistance in...there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is something morbid, and in their description something monotonous. Mary Tudor's...
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Irish Essays: And Others

Matthew Arnold - Copyright - 1882 - 308 pages
...poetical enjoyment can be derived ? They are those in which the suffering finds no vent in action ; in which a continuous state of mental distress is...there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is inevitably something morbid, in the description of them something monotonous....
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Mixed Essays: Irish Essays and Others

Matthew Arnold - Democracy - 1883 - 507 pages
...poetical enjoyment can be derived ? They are those in which the suffering finds no vent in action ; in which a continuous state of mental distress is...there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is inevitably something morbid, in the description of them something monotonous....
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Alaric at Rome: And Other Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1896 - 339 pages
...poetical enjoyment can be derived ? They are those in which the suffering finds no vent in action ; in which a continuous state of mental distress is...there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is inevitably something morbid, in the description of them something monotonous....
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Patrins: to which is added An inquirendo into the wit & other good parts of ...

Louise Imogen Guiney - Digital images - 1897 - 334 pages
...that it belongs to a class of faulty representations " in which suffering finds no vent in action ; in which a continuous state of mental distress is...there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is inevitably something morbid, in the description of them something monotonous....
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Matthew Arnold

George Saintsbury - 1899 - 232 pages
...poetical enjoyment can be derived ? They are those in which the suffering finds no vent in action ; in which a continuous state of mental distress is...there is everything to be endured, nothing to be done. In such situations there is inevitably something morbid, in the description of them something monotonous....
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