The Aesthetic and Miscellaneous Works of Frederick Von Schlegel: Comprising Letters on Christian Art, An Essay on Gothic Architecture, Remarks on the Romance-poetry of the Middle Ages and on Shakspere, On the Limits of the Beautiful, On the Language and Wisdom of the Indians
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