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" For feudalism, caste, the ecclesiastic traditions, though palpably retreating from political institutions,' still hold essentially, by their spirit, even in this country, entire possession of the more important fields, indeed the very subsoil, of education,... "
The Larger Aspects of Socialism - Page ix
by William English Walling - 1913 - 406 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Part 1

English periodicals - 1875
...recognised by the world. It has still to vindicate its position, to claim its rightful authority. He sees that " Democracy can never prove itself beyond cavil...until it founds and luxuriantly grows its own forms of arts, poems, schools, theology, displacing all that- exists, or that has been produced anywhere in...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 238

Early English newspapers - 1875
...recognised by the world. It has still to vindicate its position, to claim its rightful authority. He sees that " Democracy can never prove itself beyond cavil until it founds and luxuriantly grows its own form's of arts, poems, schools, theology, displacing all that exists, or that has been produced anywhere...
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Democratic Vistas: And Other Papers

Walt Whitman - Democracy - 1888 - 175 pages
...and of perfect Women, indispensable to endow the birthstock of a New World. j?or feudalism, casjte... the ecclesiastic traditions, though palpably "retreating...institutions, still hold essentially, by their spirit, Rome, claim," &c., &c., &c. Vice- President Co/fax's Speech, July 4, 1870. LATER London "Times"...
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Essays Speculative and Suggestive, Volume 2

John Addington Symonds - Aesthetics - 1890
...literature corresponding to that modern Democracy with which she is identified, has not as yet appeared. " Feudalism, caste, the ecclesiastic traditions, though...spirit, even in this country, entire possession of the most important fields, indeed the very subsoil of education and of social standards and literature."...
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Complete prose works

Walt Whitman - Fiction - 1891 - 516 pages
...new races of Teachers, and of perfect Women, indispensable to endow the birth-stock of a New World. For feudalism, caste, the ecclesiastic traditions,...I say that democracy can never prove itself beyond {caviji until it founds and luxuriantly grows its own forms of art, poems, schools, theology, displacing...
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Whitman's Drama of Consensus

Kerry C. Larson - Literary Criticism - 1988 - 269 pages
In this elegant study, Walt Whitman's democratic, consensual idealism emerges for the first time as truly central to his poetic achievement. Though Whitman's democratic ...
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Atlantic Double-Cross: American Literature and British Influence in the Age ...

Robert Weisbuch - Literary Criticism - 1989 - 358 pages
In this ambitious study of the intense and often adversarial relationship between English and American literature in the nineteenth century, Robert Weisbuch portrays the rise ...
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Cultural Studies of Modern Germany: History, Representation, and Nationhood

Russell A. Berman - History - 1993 - 227 pages
...expressing (what, in the highest sense, are not yet expressed at all) democracy and the modern. . . . For feudalism, caste, the ecclesiastic traditions,...subsoil, of education, and of social standards and literature.13 For Whitman the cultural revolution was still in the making; beyond the rejection of...
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The Films of John Cassavetes: Pragmatism, Modernism, and the Movies

Ray Carney - Biography & Autobiography - 1994 - 322 pages
...znd, full play for human nature to expand itself in numberless and even conflicting directions.... I say that democracy can never prove itself beyond...founds and luxuriantly grows its own forms of art It may be argued that our republic is, in performance, really enacting to-day the grandest arts Are...
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The Strange Sad War Revolving: Walt Whitman, Reconstruction, and the ...

Luke Mancuso - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 152 pages
...of Americans in 1870 still favored "feudalism, caste, the ecclesiastic traditions, [which,] though retreating from political institutions, still hold...education, and of social standards and literature" (PWII, 3645). Positioned as a partisan who spoke against the "majority," Whitman called out for radical...
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