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" ... south by a delicately arched iron gate. The north gate is the subject of a sonnet by Horace Spencer Fiske: No porter's lodge along the Oxford High On proctor-shadowed student from his rouse So grimly frowned as thou; nor blackened boughs On Dante... "
Chicago in picture and poetry - Page 79
by Horace Spencer Fiske - 1903 - 187 pages
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The University of Chicago: An Official Guide

University of Chicago, David Allan Robertson - 1916 - 125 pages
...frowned as thou; nor blackened boughs On Dante losing, hopeless, earth and sky. Thy crocket crawlers scare the helpless eye; Thine anguished corbels twist...the passer-by. And yet through such as thou the race has passed To freedom — superstition's dreadful gate Hath oped upon the courts of truth at last;...
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The University of Chicago: An Official Guide

David Allan Robertson - 1919 - 133 pages
...frowned as thou; nor blackened boughs On Dante losing, hopeless, earth and sky. Thy crocket crawlers scare the helpless eye; Thine anguished corbels twist...truth at last; Nor all the fears of an imagined fate, Nor all the goblin crew of error vast Can shut the mind from learning's fair estate. The Botany pond...
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