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" I am convinced, will it be the least of his merits 'in your eyes, that his writings are imbued with the independent spirit and the buoyant aspirations incident to a youthful, a free, and a rising country. "
Irvingiana: a memorial of Washington Irving - Página xiii
por Evert Augustus Duyckinck - 1860 - 64 páginas
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

Charles Knight - 1832
...power of clothing his descriptions " with moral associations that make them speak to the heart," " an independent spirit, and the buoyant aspirations incident to a youthful, a free, and a rising country*," are among the charming characteristics of this American poet. We will only add, that the whole, while...
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Essays critical and imaginative

John Wilson - 1856
...but to the last part of this elegant panegyric. There are no fierce extremes in Mr Bryant's poetry. That his writings " are imbued with the independent...incident to a youthful, a free, and a rising country," will not, says Mr Irving, be the " least of his merits " in the eyes of Mr Eogers, to whom the volume...
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The Works of Professor Wilson of the University of Edinburgh: Essays ...

John Wilson - 1856
...but to the last part of this elegant panegyric. There are no fierce extremes in Mr Bryant's poetry. That his writings " are imbued with the independent...incident to a youthful, a free, and a rising country," will not, says Mr Irving, be the " least of his merits " in the eyes of Mr Rogers, to whom the volume...
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The works of professor Wilson, ed. by prof. Ferrier

John Wilson - 1856
...but to the last part of this elegant panegyric. There are no fierce extremes in Mr Bryant's poetry. That his writings " are imbued with the independent...incident to a youthful, a free, and a rising country," will not, says Mr Irving, be the " least of his merits " in the eyes of Mr Eogers, to whom the volume...
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A Critical Dictionary of English Literature: And British and ..., Volume 1

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1858
...Jiurns siivs, | 'our hearts rejoice in nature's joy,' and in our serene sympathy we love the poet. . . . That his writings 'are imbued with the independent spirit and the buoyant aspiratiuns incident to a youthful, a free, and a rising country,* will not, says Mr. In ing, be the...
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A Critical Dictionary of English Literature, and British and ..., Volume 1

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1859 - 3140 páginas
...Hums says, 'our hearts rejoice in nature's joy,' and in our serene sympathy we love the poet. . . . That his writings 'are Imbued with the independent spirit and the buoyant aspirations incident to a youthfut a free, and a rising country,' will not, says Mr. Irving, lie tho • least of his merits.'...
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Works of Washington Irving, Volume 24

Washington Irving - 1862
...the least of his merits in your eyes, that his writings are imbued with the independent spirit and buoyant aspirations incident to a youthful, a free,...flattering myself that they will be received as pure gems, wjiicli, though produced in a foreign clime, are worthy of being carefully preserved in the common...
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The Life and Letters of Washington Irving, Volume 2

1862
...the least of his merits in your eyes, that his writings are imbued with the independent spirit and buoyant aspirations incident to a youthful, a free,...success on their own merits ; though I cannot help nattering myself that they will be received as pure gems, which, though produced in a foreign clime,...
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Essays Critical and Imaginative, Volume 2

1865
...but to the last part of this elegant panegyric. There are no fierce extremes in Mr Bryant's poetry. That his writings " are imbued with the independent...incident to a youthful, a free, and a rising country," will not, says Mr Irving, be the " least of his merits " in the eyes of Mr Rogers, to whom the volume...
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William Cullen Bryant

David Jayne Hill - 1879 - 240 páginas
...be the least of his merits in your eyes that his writings are imbued with the independent spirit and buoyant aspirations incident to a youthful, a free, and a rising country." L Although his associate Leggett was bitter in his attack upon Irving, Bryant himself did not share...
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