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" But the most obvious defect of his prose is, as I have hinted, its want of equanimity. He is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great man writing in prose, and it is really Milton that we seek there more than anything else. He is great enough when... "
The Literary World - Page 20
1892
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Scribner's Magazine ..., Volume 16

Edward Livermore Burlingame, Robert Bridges, Alfred Dashiell, Harlan Logan - 1894
...have them grow doubtful again and elude the ear before it has ceased to throb with them. . . . Milton is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great man writing in prose, and it is really Milton we seek there more than anything else." Therefore because we seek Milton we value the early editions...
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Latest literary essays ; The old English dramatists, Volume 8

James Russell Lowell - English literature - 1889 - 461 pages
...loud stench." But the most obvious defect of his prose is, as I have hinted, its want of equanimity. He is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great...the mind as only contact with a great character can. He is then a perpetual fountain of high-mindedness. In contest with an adversary he is brutally willing...
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The Writings of James Russell Lowell ...: Latest literary essays and ...

James Russell Lowell - 1891
..."loud stench." But the most obvious defect of his prose is, as I have hinted, its want of equanimity. He is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great...the mind as only contact with a great character can. He is then a perpetual fountain of highmindedness. In contest with an adversary he is brutally willing...
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Latest Literary Essays and Addresses of James Russell Lowell, Volume 11

James Russell Lowell - English literature - 1891 - 184 pages
..."loud stench." But the most obvious defect of his prose is, as I have hinted, its want of equanimity. He is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great...the mind as only contact with a great character can. He is then a perpetual fountain of highmindedness. In contest with an adversary he is brutally willing...
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Latest Literary Essays and Addresses: Old English Dramatists

James Russell Lowell - English drama - 1892 - 322 pages
..."loud stench." But the most obvious defect of his prose is, as I have hinted, its want of equanimity. He is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great...the mind as only contact with a great character can. He is then a perpetual fountain of highmimledness. In contest with an adversary he is brutally willing...
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The Works of James Russell Lowell, Volume 11

James Russell Lowell - American literature - 1892
..."loud stench." But the most obvious defect of his prose is, as I have hinted, its want of equanimity. He is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great...the mind as only contact with a great character can. He is then a perpetual fountain of highmindedness. In contest with an adversary he is brutally willing...
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A shelf of old books, by Mrs. James T. Fields

Mrs. Annie Adams Fields - 1894
...have them grow doubtful again and elude the ear before it has ceased to throb with them. . . . Milton is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great man writing in prose, and it is really Milton we seek there more than anything else." Therefore, because we seek Milton, we value the early editions...
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A Shelf of Old Books

Annie Fields - Authors - 1894 - 215 pages
...have them grow doubtful again and elude the ear before it has ceased to throb with them. . . . Milton is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great man writing in prose, and it is really Milton we seek there more than anything else." Therefore, because we seek Milton, we value the early editions...
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Scribner's Magazine, Volume 16

Edward Livermore Burlingame - Literature, Modern - 1894
...have them grow doubtful again and elude the ear before it has ceased to throb with them. . . . Milton is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great man wrriting in prose, and it is really Milton we seek there more than anything else." Therefore because...
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Latest literary essays. The old English dramatists

James Russell Lowell - 1904
...loud stench." But the most obvious defect of his prose is, as I have hinted, its want of equanimity. He is not so truly a writer of great prose as a great...the mind as only contact with a great character can. He is then a perpetual fountain of high-mindedness. In contest with an adversary he is brutally willing...
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