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Lane, 1898 - 192 pages
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Page 99 - What song the Syrens sang, or what name Achilles assumed when he hid himself among women, though puzzling questions, are not beyond all conjecture.
Page 24 - For, as it is dislocation and detachment from the life of God, that makes things ugly, the poet, who re-attaches things to nature and the Whole, — re-attaching even artificial things, and violations of nature, to nature, by a deeper insight, — disposes very easily of the most disagreeable facts.
Page 186 - ... a great chain-gang, the convicts of peace and order and law: while the happy nomad, with his woodlands, his wild cattle, his pleasing nuptialities, has long since disappeared, dropping only in his flight some store of flint-heads, a legacy of confusion. Truly, we Children of the Plough, but for yon tremendous Monitor in the sky, were in right case to forget that the Hunter is still a quantity to reckon withal. Where, then, does he hide, the Shaker of the Spear? Why, here, my brother, and here...
Page 143 - Some for the Glories of This World; and some Sigh for the Prophet's Paradise to come; Ah, take the Cash, and let the Credit go, Nor heed the rumble of a distant Drum! XIV Look to the blowing Rose about us — 'Lo, Laughing...
Page 194 - The art of writing adequately and acceptably about children is among the rarest and most precious of all arts. ..." The Golden Age " is one of the few books which are well-nigh too praiseworthy for praise. . . . The fit reader — and the " fit " readers should be far from " few" — finds himself a child again while reading it.
Page 195 - Could only have been written by a poet full of happy imaginings, quaint conceits, and a certain winsome waywardness which has a charm of its own. . . . The closing chapter is full of a tenderness and reticent pathos far above anything the author has yet achieved. It is certainly a book to be read, for it would be a pity to miss the many exquisite passages it contains.
Page 51 - ... is divine. Later the Loafer may decently make some concession to popular taste by strolling down to the river and getting out his boat. With one paddle out he will drift down the stream: just brushing the flowering rush and the meadow-sweet and taking in as peculiar gifts the varied sweets of even. The loosestrife is his, and the arrow-head : his the distant moan of the weir; his are the glories, amber and scarlet and silver, of the sunsethaunted surface.
Page 51 - ... of the weir; his are the glories, amber and scarlet and silver, of the sunsethaunted surface. By-and-by the boaters will pass him homeward-bound. All are blistered and sore: his withers are unwrung. Most are too tired and hungry to see the sunset glories ; no corporeal pangs clog his asthesis — his perceptive faculty.
Page 151 - CC recognize and protect every dollar invested in railroad property, whether at high prices or at low prices. But there are practical difficulties in the way of the adoption of such a system. As we have already pointed out, there is an almost complete lack prior to 1907 of the definite and dependable records which would be essential.
Page 209 - Bookbinding, Needlework, Gardening, etc. Color supplements, and every species of black-and-white reproduction appear in each number. In fact this magazine authoritatively presents to the reader the progress of the Arts and Crafts. JOHN LANE...

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