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" Before I could read, I was in the habit on a stormy day of spreading my arms to the wind, and crying out ' I hear a voice that's speaking in the wind,' and the words * far, far away ' had always a strange charm for me. "
Teachers' Manual for Second Reader - Página 126
por Isaac Kaufman Funk - 1904 - 307 páginas
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volume 45

Arthur Cayley Headlam (Bishop of Gloucester) - 1898
...for the numbers came.' Before he could read he was in the habit on a stormy day of spreading out his arms to the wind, and crying out, ' I hear a voice that's speaking in the wind.' When he was about eight years old he covered two sides of a slate with Thomsonian blank verse in praise...
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Alfred lord Tennyson: a memoir by his son

Baron Hallam Tennyson Tennyson - 1897
...flowers for my brother Charles, who was a year older than I was, Thomson then being the only poet I knew. Before I could read, I was in the habit on a stormy...a strange charm for me. About ten or eleven Pope's Homer s Iliad became a favourite of mine and I wrote hundreds and hundreds of lines in the regular...
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Alfred Lord Tennyson: A Memoir, Volume 1

Hallam Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1897 - 1067 páginas
...flowers for my brother Charles, who was a year older than I was, Thomson then being the only poet I knew. Before I could read, I was in the habit on a stormy...a strange charm for me. About ten or eleven Pope's Homer s Iliad became a favourite of mine and I wrote hundreds and hundreds of lines in the regular...
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The Life and Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1898
...flowers for my brother Charles, who was a year older than I was, Thomson then being the only poet I knew. Before I could read, I was in the habit on a stormy...a strange charm for me. About ten or eleven Pope's Homer s Iliad became a favourite of mine and I wrote hundreds and hundreds of lines in the regular...
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Alfred Lord Tennyson: A Memoir

Hallam Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1906 - 929 páginas
...was, Thomson then being the only poet I knew. Before I could read, I was in the habit on a storrny day of spreading my arms to the wind, and crying out...About ten or eleven Pope's Homer's Iliad became a favourite of mine and I wrote hundreds and hundreds of lines in the regular Popeian metre, nay even...
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Monthly Bulletin

1900
...flowers for my brother Charles, who was a year older than I was, Thomson then being the only poet I knew; Before I could read I was in the habit, on a stormy...day, of spreading my arms to the wind and crying out, " 1 hear a voice that's speaking to the wind," and the words " far, far away" had always a strange...
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Alfred Tennyson: a saintly life

Robert Forman Horton - 1900 - 323 páginas
...poet's soul. Under that impulse he would rush through the gales which swept the wold, spreading his arms to the wind and crying out " I hear a voice that's speaking in the wind." He absorbed the poets that were 1 Isabel was based on the character of Mrs Tennyson. I --. within his...
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Alfred Tennyson

Andrew Lang - 1901 - 233 páginas
...Scott, Campbell, and Byron probably never produced a line with the qualities of this nonsense verse. " Before I could read I was in the habit on a stormy...far, far away ' had always a strange charm for me." A late lyric has this overword, Far, far away ! A boy of eight who knew the contemporary poets was...
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Loiterings in Old Fields: Literary Sketches

James Benjamin Kenyon - 1901 - 250 páginas
...flowers for my brother Charles, who was a year older than I was, Thomson then being the only poet I knew. Before I could read I was in the habit on a stormy..."far, far away" had always a strange charm for me. The latter statement will be interesting to those who recall the poet's beautiful lines beginning,...
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Great English Poets

Julian Hill - 1907 - 303 páginas
...the first. He tells us that before he could read he was in the habit on stormy days of spreading his arms to the wind and crying out, " I hear a voice...words " far, far away " had always a strange charm for him. His father was a man of artistic temperament and no mean culture, while his two elder brothers,...
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