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" An early, innocent and unfortunate passion, however fruitful of pain it may be to the man, is a lasting advantage to the poet. It is a well of sweet and bitter fancies; of refined and gentle sentiments; of elevated and ennobling thoughts; shut up in the... "
Irvingiana: a memorial of Washington Irving - Página xli
por Evert Augustus Duyckinck - 1860 - 64 páginas
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Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey

Washington Irving - 1835 - 290 páginas
...the depth and L intensity of real feeling touched over with such a light as no reality ever wore." An early, innocent, and unfortunate passion, however...withering blights of the world, and, by its casual gushes and overflowings, recalling, at times, all the freshness and innocence and enthusiasm of youthful...
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Synonymisches Handwörterbuch der englischen Sprache für die Deutschen

1841 - 448 páginas
...with great minuteness, at a small well for camels, a few hundred yards te the right. (Byron's Fr.) An early , innocent, and unfortunate passion, however...bitter fancies, of refined and gentle sentiments, «f elevated and ennobling thoughts, shut up ¡11 the deep recesses of the heart, keeping it green...
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Irvingiana: A Memorial of Washington Irving

Evert Augustus Duyckinck - 1860 - 64 páginas
...leaf from his own experience in a passage of his charming paper on " New-stead Abbey," where hesays: "An early, innocent, and unfortunate passion, however...the poet. It is a well of sweet and bitter fancies; <rf refined and gentle sentiments; of elevated and ennobling thoughts, shut up in the deep recesses...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 24

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1862
...the writer says, " We can not but think that we find a leaf from his own experience in a passage in his charming paper on "Newstead Abbey," where he says,...of the heart, keeping it green amidst the withering blight of the world, and, by its casual gushings and overflowings, recalling at times all the freshness...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 24

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1862
...not but think that we find a leaf from his own experience in a passage in his charming paper on li Newstead Abbey," where he says, "An early, innocent,...of the heart, keeping it green amidst the withering blight of the world, and, by its casual gushings and overflowings, recalling at times all the freshness...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 140

1867
...his miscellanies, that an early, innocent, and unfortunate passion — and such his own had been — however fruitful of pain it may be to the man, is a lasting advantage to the poet. It is a well, he says, of sweet and bitter fancies ; of refined and gentle sentiments ; of elevated and ennobling...
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The Crayon Miscellany

Washington Irving - 1868 - 441 páginas
...all the depth and intensity of real feeling, touched over with such a light as no reality ever wore." An early, innocent, and unfortunate passion, however fruitful of pain it may be to the man, ia a lasting advantage to the poet. It is a well of sweet and bitter fancies ; of refined and gentle...
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Recreations of a Recluse, Volume 1

1870
...miscellanies, that an early, innocent, and unfortunate passion—and such his own had been—however fruitful of pain it may be to the man, is a lasting advantage to the poet. It is a well, he says, of sweet and bitter fancies; of refined and gentle sentiments; of elevated and ennobling thoughts;...
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Complete Works, Volume 4

Washington Irving - 1882
...nil the depth and intensity of real feeling, touched over with such a light as no reality ever wore." An early, innocent, and unfortunate passion, however...blights of the world, and, by its casual gushings and over' flowings, recalling at times all the freshness, and innocence, and enthusiasm of youthful days....
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The Crayon Miscellany, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1897
...all the depth and intensity of real feeling, touched over with such a light as no reality ever wore." An early, innocent, and unfortunate passion, however...amidst the withering blights of the world, and, by casual gushings and overflowings, recalling at times all the freshness, and innocence, and enthusiasm...
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