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Shakespeare towards the south. But the Teutonic race is great enough in soul and body, to dare independently to oppose its taste to the southern and ancient, and its civilization has moreover so boundless a prospect of extension and duration, that at all events no inferior lot of activity is measured out to our Shakespeare, than to the greatest poets among the Greek and Latin races.
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