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" As the eyes of Lyncseus were said to see through the earth, so the poet turns the world to glass, and shows us all things in their right series and procession. "
Essays: second series - Page 22
by Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1844 - 313 pages
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Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, Volume 1

Douglas William Jerrold - 1845
...not need that a poem should be long. Every word was once a poem. Every new relation is a new word." " As the eyes of Lyncseus were said to see through the...all things in their right series and procession." " The poet is the namer, or language-maker, naming things sometimes after their appearance, sometimes...
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Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, Volume 1

Douglas William Jerrold - History - 1845
...not need that a poem should be long. Every word was once a poem. Every new relation is a new word." " As the eyes of Lyncseus were said to see through the...and shows us all things in their right series and The poet is the namer, or language-maker, naming things sometimes after their appearance, sometimes...
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Douglas Jerrold's shilling magazine

1845
...should be long. Every word was once & poem. Every new relation is a new word." " As the eyes of Lynceeus were said to see through the earth, so the poet turns the world to glass, and shows us ail things in their right series and procession." " The poet is the namer, or language-maker, naming...
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Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, Volume 1

Douglas William Jerrold - 1845
...should be long. Every word was once a poem. Every new relation is a new word." " As the eyes of Lynceeus were said to see through the earth, so the poet turns the world to glass, and shows ut all things in their right series and procession." "The poet is the namer, or language-maker, naming...
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The Massachusetts Quarterly Review, Volume 3

Literary Criticism - 1849
...the world being put under the mind for verb and noun, the poet is he who can articulate it ; " he " turns the world to glass, and shows us all things in their right series and proportions." For through that better perception he stands one step nearer things, and sees the flowing...
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The Collected Works of ... P. ...

Theodore Parker - American literature - 1864
...the world being put under the mind for verb and noun, the poet is he who can articulate it ; " he " turns the world to glass, and shows us all things in their right series and proportions." For through that better perception he stands one step nearer things, and sees the flowing...
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The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: Essays. 2d series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1876
...symboi, the stability of the thought, the accidency and fugacity of the symbol. As the eyes of Lyncaeus were said to see through the earth, so the poet turns...one step nearer to things, and sees the flowing or metamorphoĞ sis ; perceives that thought is multiform ; that within the form of every creature is...
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The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: Essays. 2d series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1876
...the poet turns^thejvorld to glass, and show^jjjs,all .things in their ngjitj^rie§ jnd.processipn,. For through that better perception he stands one step...perceives that thought is multiform ; that within the farra_of .e^ery creaftu.re is a fnrc^ impelling it to a&ceatLJoltLa jiighej. fnrT ; and following with...
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Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson ..., Volume 1

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1876
...symbol, the stability of the thought, the accidency and fugacity of the symbol. As the eyes of Lyncens were said to see through the earth, so the poet turns the world to glass, and shows us all tiiings in their right series and procession. For, through that better perception, he stands one step...
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Ralph Waldo Emerson, His Life, Writings, and Philosophy

George Willis Cooke - 1881 - 390 pages
...meanings of things ; for he reads and interprets the spiritual .truth which the outward fact means. " He stands one step nearer to things, and sees the flowing or metamorphfisis ; perceives that thought is multiform ; that within the form of every creature is a...
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