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" Where was he going, this man against the sky? You know not, nor do I. But this we know, if we know anything: That we may laugh and fight and sing And of our transcience here make offering To an orient Word that will not be erased, Or, save in incommunicable... "
The Poetic Year for 1916: A Critical Anthology - Page 108
by William Stanley Braithwaite - 1917 - 403 pages
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Poetry, Volume 8

Harriet Monroe - American poetry - 1916
...more quieting answer to the question than a dim perception of something "too permanent for dreams." But this we know, if we know anything: That we may...gleams Too permanent for dreams, Be found or known. The portrait of Shakespeare is a masterpiece. Everyone has written about Shakespeare, but no one, so...
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The American Review of Reviews, Volume 53

Albert Shaw - Literary Criticism - 1916
...anything of Alden Carr, is a particularly happy charThat we may laugh and fight and sing acterization. And of our transience here make offering, To an Orient Word that will not be erased, "Songs of the Streets and Byways,"* by William Or, save in incommunicable gleams Herschell, is a collection...
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The Man Against the Sky: A Book of Poems

Edwin Arlington Robinson - 1921 - 149 pages
...this we say, then let us all be still About our share in it, and live and die More quietly thereby. Where was he going, this man against the sky ? You...offering To an orient Word that will not be erased, h Or, save in incommunicable gleams Too permanent for dreams, Be found or known. No tonic and ambitious...
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Collected poems

Edwin Arlington Robinson - 1921 - 591 pages
...this we say, then let us all be still About our share in it, and live and die More quietly thereby. Where was he going, this man against the sky? You...not, nor do I. But this we know, if we know anything: i That we may laugh and fight and sing . (.And of our transience here make offering, [To an orient...
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The American Review of Reviews, Volume 53

Albert Shaw - American literature - 1916
...our activities, and still holds life worth while, if for no other reason than for its gift of vision. "But this we know if we know anything That we may...gleams Too permanent for dreams, Be found or known." The satire dominates the song in Edgar Lee Masters' new book, "Songs and Satires.'" This volume reveals...
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Review of Reviews and World's Work, Volume 53

Albert Shaw - Literary Criticism - 1916
...anything of Alden Carr, is a particularly happy dorThat we may laugh and fight and sing acterization. And of our transience here make offering, To an Orient Word that will not be erased, "Songs of the Streets and Byways,"5 by Willie Or, save in incommunicable gleams Herschell, is a collection...
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American Poetry of the Twentieth Century

Richard Gray - American poetry - 1976 - 253 pages
...share in it, and live and die More quietly thereby. Where was he going, this man against the sky ? 140 You know not, nor do I. But this we know, if we know...offering To an orient Word that will not be erased, 145 Or, save in incommunicable gleams Too permanent for dreams, Be found or known. Shall we, because...
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The Columbia Granger's Dictionary of Poetry Quotations

Edith P. Hazen - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 1132 pages
...crass chance billeted we go Because our brains and bones and cartilage Will have it so? (1. 216-220) 34 not by old gradation, where each second Stood heir to th' first. (I, (1. 224-225) 35 When infant Science makes a pleasant face And waves again that hollow toy, the Race;...
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