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" I repeated the conversation to Scott some time afterward, and it drew forth a characteristic comment " Pooh ! " said he, good humoredly, " how can Campbell mistake the matter so much. Poetry goes by quality, not by bulk. My poems are mere cairngorms,... "
The Life and Letters of Washington Irving - Página 278
editado por - 1862
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Life and letters of Thomas Campbell, Volume 1

Thomas Campbell - 1850
...some time afterward, and it drew forth a characteristic comment. " Pooh !" said he, good humoredly, " how can Campbell mistake the matter so much. Poetry...are real diamonds, and diamonds of the first water." I have not time at present to furnish personal anecdotes of my intercourse with Campbell, neither does...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 1

Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1850
...forth a characteristic comment "'Pooh!' said he, good humoredly, 'how can Campbell mistake the mutter so much. Poetry goes by quality, not by bulk. My poems...Scotch pebbles after all ; now Tom Campbell's are real diamond«, and diamonds of the first water/ " I have not time at present to furnish personal aneedotes...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 9

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1851
...writing, by the superior brilliancy of Lord Byron's poetry and of his own, Scott replied, " Pooh ! how can Campbell -mistake the matter so much ? Poetry...are real diamonds, and diamonds of the first water." Is not this the sentence which has already been passed on these poets ? We hasten to the closing scene....
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The New Englander, Volume 9

1851
...Byron's poetry and of his own, Scott replied, " Pooh ! how can Campbell mistake the matter so much 1 Poetry goes by quality, not by bulk. My poems are...are real diamonds, and diamonds of the first water." Is not this the sentence which has already been passed on these poets ? We hasten to the closing scene....
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Letters of Jonathan Oldstyle, gent. Biographical sketches. Captain James ...

Washington Irving - 1866
...time afterward, and it drew forth a characteristic comment. " Pooh ! " said he, good humoi'edly, " how can Campbell mistake the matter so much. Poetry...are real diamonds, and diamonds of the first water." I have not time at present to furnish personal anecdotes of my intercourse with Campbell, neither does...
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Letter of Jonathan Oldstyle, gent. Biographical sketches. Captain James ...

Washington Irving - 1867
...some time afterward, and it drew forth a characteristic comment " Pooh ! " said he, good humoredly, " how can Campbell mistake the matter so much. Poetry...are real diamonds, and diamonds of the first water." I have not time at present to furnish personal anecdotes of my intercourse with Campbell, neither does...
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Biographies and Miscellaneous Papers

Washington Irving - 1867 - 519 páginas
...some time afterward, and it drew forth a characteristic comment. " Pooh!" said he, good humouredly, " how can Campbell mistake the matter so much! Poetry...are real diamonds, and diamonds of the first water." I have no time at present to furnish personal anecdotes of my intercourse with Campbell, neither does...
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Biographies and Miscellanies, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1869 - 487 páginas
...some time afterward, and it drew forth a characteristic comment. " Pooh ! " said he, good humoredly, " how can Campbell mistake the matter so much. Poetry...are real diamonds, and diamonds of the first water." I have not time at present to furnish personal anecdotes of my intercourse with Campbell, neither does...
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Bracebridge hall

Washington Irving - 1873
...some time afterward, and it drew forth a characteristic comment. " Pooh ! " said he, good humoredly, " how can Campbell mistake the matter so much. Poetry...are real diamonds, and diamonds of the first water." I have not time at present to furnish personal anecdotes of my intercourse with Campbell, neither does...
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The Might and Mirth of Literature: A Treatise on Figurative Language. In ...

John Walker Vilant Macbeth - 1875 - 542 páginas
...Byron's poetry and of his, Scott's. To this Scott, free from envy as he was always, replied : "Pooh! How can Campbell mistake the matter so much? Poetry goes by quality, not by quantity or bulk. My poems arc mere cairngorms, wrought up perhaps with a cunning hand, and may pass...
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