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" And here had fall'na great part of a tower, Whole, like a crag that tumbles from the cliff, And like a crag was gay with wilding flowers : And high above a piece of turret stair, Worn by the feet that now were silent, wound Bare to the sun, and monstrous... "
Idylls of the King - Page 18
by Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - 1859 - 261 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 49

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1860
...closely the next footsteps of the prince, be arrested like him, . and listen to the same enchantment : " And while he waited in the castle court, The voice of Enid, Yniol's daughter, rang Clear through the open casement of the hall, Singing ; and as the sweet voice of a bird Heard by the lander...
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Idyls of the king. Author's ed

Alfred Tennyson (1st baron.) - 1859
...ivy-stems Claspt the gray walls with hairy-fibred arms, And sucked the joining of the stones, and looked A knot, beneath, of snakes, aloft, a grove. And while...court, The voice of Enid, Yniol's daughter, rang Clear through the open casement of the Hall, Singing ; and as the sweet voice of a bird, Heard by the lander...
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The Universal review

Social Science - 1859
...stair, Worn by the feet that now were silent, wound Bare to the sun, and monstrous ivy-stems Claspt the gray walls with hairy-fibred arms, And suck'd...look'd A knot, beneath, of snakes, aloft, a grove." The succeeding passage is one of the most beautiful in the volume, and the song with which our extract...
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The North British Review, Volume 31

Allan Freer - 1859
...stair, Worn by the feet that now were silent, wound Bare to the sun; and monstrous ivy stems Clasp'd the gray walls with hairy-fibred arms, And suck'd...look'd A knot, beneath, of snakes, aloft, a grove. Through an open casement Geraint hears the song of Enid, Yniol's only child: And as the sweet voice...
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Edinburgh Review, Or, Critical Journal, Volume 110

English literature - 1859
...stair, Worn by the feet that now were silent, wound Bare to the sun, and monstrous ivy stems Clasp'd_the gray walls with hairy-fibred arms, And suck'd the...look'd A knot, beneath, of snakes, aloft, a grove.' Geraint, while yet in the castle court, hears Enid, daughter of Earl Yniol, singing, And as the...
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The Presbyterian Quarterly Review, Volume 8

Benjamin John Wallace - Presbyterian Church - 1860
...stems Claspt the gray walls with hairy-fibred arms, And sacked the joining of the stones, and looked A knot, beneath, of snakes, aloft, a grove. And while...court, The voice of Enid, Yniol's daughter, rang Clear through the open casement of the hall, Singing; and as the sweet voice of a bird, Heard by the lander...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 49

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1860
...footsteps of the prince, be arrested like him, and listen to the same enchantment : " And while ho waited in the castle court, The voice of Enid, Yniol's daughter, rang Clear through the open casement of the hall, Singing ; and as the sweet voice of a bird Heard by the lander...
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Poetical Works, Volume 2

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1861
...stair, Worn by the feet that now were silent, wound Bare te the sun, and monstrous ivy-stems Claspt the gray walls with hairy-fibred arms, And suck'd...voice of a bird, Heard by the lander in a lonely isle, VOL. ii. 14 Moves him to think what kind of bird it is That sings so delicately clear, and make Conjecture...
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The poetical works of Alfred Tennyson, poet laureate, etc ..., Volume 2

Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - History - 1861
...stair, Worn by the feet that now were silent, wound Bare to the sun, and monstrous ivy-stems Claspt the gray walls with hairy-fibred arms, And suc-k'd...voice of a bird, Heard by the lander in a lonely isle, VOL. II. 14 Moves him to think what kind of bird it is Tbat sings so delicately clear, and make Conjecture...
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The Christian spectator. New ser. [of The Monthly Christian spectator].

1862
...stair, Worn by the feet that now were silent, wound Bare to the sun, and monstrous ivy stems Claspt the gray walls with hairy-fibred arms, And suck'd...daughter, rang Clear thro' the open casement of the hall, ; ; and as the sweet voice of a bird, Heard by the lander in a lonely isle, Moves him to think what...
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