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" There is a passage in Hogg's capitally written and most interesting account of Shelley which I wrote down when I first read it and have borne in mind ever since; so beautifully it seemed to render the true Shelley. Hogg has been speaking of the intellectual... "
Littell's Living Age - Page 260
1888
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The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal

English literature - 1832 - 614 pages
...enthusiasm, a vivid and preternatural intelligence, that I never met with in any other countenance. Nor was the moral expression less beautiful than the...souls,) of the great masters of Florence and of Rome. I recognized the very peculiar expression in these wonderful productions long afterwards, and with...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 13

American literature - 1848 - 614 pages
...powerful. They breathed enthusiasm and intelligence that I never met with in any other countenance. Nor was the moral expression less beautiful than the...veneration that characterizes the best works, and cliiefly the frescoes (and into these they infused their whole souls) of the great masters of Florence...
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The Patrician, Volume 4

John Burke, Bernard Burke - Genealogy - 1847 - 636 pages
...enthusiasm — a vivid and preternatural intelligence, that I never met with in any other countenance. Nor was the moral expression less beautiful than the intellectual, for there was a softness and delicacy, a gentleness, and especially (though this will surprise many) an air of profound veneration,...
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The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume 1

Thomas Medwin - Poets, English - 1847 - 408 pages
...enthusiasm — a vivid and preternatural intelligence, that I never met with in any other countenance. Nor was the moral expression less beautiful than the intellectual, for there was a softness and delicacy, a gentleness, and especially (though this will surprise many) an air of profound veneration,...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 13

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1848 - 610 pages
...powerful. They breathed enthusiasm and intelligence that I never met with in any other countenance. Nor was the moral expression less beautiful than the...whole souls) of the great masters of Florence and of Home. I recognised the very peculiar expression in these wonderful productions long afterwards, and...
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The North British Review, Volumes 8-9

1848 - 626 pages
...powerful. They breathed enthusiasm and intelligence that 1 never met with in any other countenance. Nor was the moral expression less beautiful than the...(and into these they infused their whole souls) of Ihe great masters of Florence and of Rome. I recognised the very peculiar expression in these wonderful...
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The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume 1

Thomas Jefferson Hogg - Poets, English - 1858 - 524 pages
...enthusiasm, a vivid and preternatural intelligence, that I never met with in any other countenance. Nor was the moral expression less beautiful than the...many) that air of profound religious veneration, that characterises the best works, and chiefly the frescoes (and into these they infused their whole souls),...
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Shelley and His Writings, Volume 1

Charles S. Middleton - Poets, English - 1858 - 366 pages
...of thought, he would rapidly pass his fingers, gave him an appearance singularly wild and peculiar. Nor was the moral expression less beautiful than the...surprise many) that air of profound religious veneration, which characterises the best works, and chiefly the frescoes of the great masters of Florence and Rome."...
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The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume 1

Thomas Jefferson Hogg - Poets, English - 1858 - 524 pages
...especially (though this will surprise many) that air of profound religious veneration, that characterises the best works, and chiefly the frescoes (and into...whole souls), of the great masters of Florence and of Borne. I recognised the very peculiar expression in these wonderful productions long afterwards, and...
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Anecdote Biography of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Richard Henry Stoddard - Poets, English - 1876 - 336 pages
...enthusiasm, a vivid and preternatural intelligence, that I never met with in any other countenance. Nor was the moral expression less beautiful than the...souls), of the great masters of Florence and of Rome. I recognized the very .peculiar expression in these wonderful productions long afterwards, and with...
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