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Untersuchungen über die Geschichte und das Verhältniss der nordischen und ... - Page 178
by Peter Erasmus Müller, Peter Erasmus Müller (Bp.) - 1832 - 482 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 31

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, William Empson, Macvey Napier, Henry Reeve, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - Literary Criticism - 1819
...wings, and scatters the seeds of her wild flowers imperceptibly over the world, till they Mirprise us by springing up with similarity in regions the most remotely divided. There was a vague and unselecting love of the marvellous in romance, which sought for adventures, like...
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List of authors. Essay on English poetry. General index

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1819
...migrations of science are difficult enough to be traced; but Fiction travels on still lighter wings, and scatters the seeds of her wild flowers imperceptibly...with similarity in regions the most remotely divided. There was a vague and unselecting love of the marvellous in romance, which sought for adventures, like...
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History of the Northmen: Or, Danes and Normans, from the Earliest Times to ...

Henry Wheaton - Northmen - 1831 - 367 pages
...wings [than science], and scatters the seeds of her wild flowers imperceptibly over the world, until they surprise us by springing up with similarity in regions the most remotely divided."* The popular mythology and superstitions of every age and country, not even excepting the classic nations...
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Untersuchungen über die Geschichte und das Verhältniss der nordischen und ...

Peter Erasmus Müller - Sagas - 1832 - 482 pages
...however indirectly, from sources of classical antiquity ; and their existence, in this dismembered state forcibly illustrates a remark of Mr. Campbell's,...divided." — ) •) 3n ben Codd. A. unb B. wirb er ftftg SBtrgo genannt. 148 ben), wof)in ifyn Slfyibref gefenbet fyatte, jurucffam. 2líé tiefer fyôrt,...
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An Essay on the Influence of Welsh Tradition Upon European Literature

Sir John Dorney Harding - Arthurian romance - 1838 - 75 pages
...wings than Science, and scatters the seeds of her wild flowers imperceptibly over the world, until they surprise us by springing up with similarity in regions the most remotely divided."—Campbell, Essay on English Poetry. * . observable in The true reason of this remarkable...
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The History of English Poetry: From the Close of the Eleventh ..., Volume 1

Thomas Warton - English poetry - 1840 - 501 pages
...state forcibly illustrates a remark of Mr. Campbell's, which is equally distinguished for its truth and beauty : " that fiction travels on still lighter wings...with similarity, in regions the most remotely divided i00." But while these resemblances tend to establish the fact, that popular fiction is in its nature...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 20; Volume 84

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Thomas Price, Josiah Conder, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - Literary Criticism - 1846
...that fiction travels on still lighter wings (than science), and scatters the seeds of her wild fowers imperceptibly over the world, till they surprise us...similarity, in regions the most remotely divided.' (Essay on English Poetry, p. 30.) But while these resemblances tend to establish the fact, that popular...
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Sharpe's London Magazine, Volume 4

English literature - 1847
...but tradition travels on still lighter wings, and seatters the seed of her wild flowers impereeptibly over the world, till they surprise us by springing...similarity in regions the most remotely divided." And as no single eountry has given birth to them, so neither has any one age. They have been formed...
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An essay on English poetry, with notices of the British poets [ed. by P ...

Thomas Campbell - 1848
...migrations of Science are difficult enough to be traced ; but Fiction travels on still lighter wings, and scatters the seeds of her wild flowers imperceptibly...similarity in regions the most remotely divided.* There was a vague and imselecting love of the marvellous in romance, which sought for adventures, like...
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An Essay on English Poetry: With Notices of the British Poets

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1848 - 436 pages
...migrations of Science are difficult enough to be traced ; but Fiction travels on still lighter wings, and scatters the seeds of her wild flowers imperceptibly...similarity in regions the most remotely divided.* There was a vague and unselecting love of the marvellous in romance, which sought for adventures, like...
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