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" I have given up Hyperion — there were too many Miltonic inversions in it — Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful, or, rather, artist's humour. I wish to give myself up to other sensations. English ought to be kept up. "
Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats - Página 203
por John Keats, Richard Monckton Milnes (Baron Houghton) - 1848 - 393 páginas
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Life, letters, and literary remains, of John Keats, Volumen2

Richard Monckton Milnes (1st baron Houghton.) - 1848
...inversions hi it — Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful, or, rather, artist's humour. I wish to give myself up to other sensations. English...Upon my soul, 'twas imagination ; I cannot make the distinction — every now and then there is a Miltonic intonation — but I cannot make the division...
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The Life and Letters of John Keats

John Keats, Richard Monckton Milnes Baron Houghton, Richard Monckton Milnes (Baron Houghton) - 1867 - 363 páginas
...inversions in it — Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful, or, rather, artist's humour. I wish to give myself up to other sensations. English...mark, +, to the false beauty, proceeding from art, and one II, to the true voice of feeling, f Upon my soul, 'twas imagination ; I cannot make the distinction...
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The Poetical Works and Other Writings of John Keats: Now First ..., Volumen3

John Keats - 1883
...inversions in it — Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful, or, rather, artist's humour. I wish to give myself up to other sensations. English...mark, +, to the false beauty, proceeding from art, and one ||, to the true voice of feeling. Upon my soul, 'twas imagination ; I cannot make the distinction...
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Poetical Works and Other Writings, Volumen2

John Keats - 1883
...inversions in it—Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful, or, rather, artist's humour. I wish to give myself up to other sensations. English...mark, +, to the false beauty, proceeding from art, and one [|, to the true voice of feeling. Upon my soul, 'twas imagination ; I cannot make the distinction—every...
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Poetical Works and Other Writings, Volumen3

John Keats - 1883
...some lines from " Hyperion," and put a mark, +, to the false beauty, proceeding from art, and one ||, to the true voice of feeling. Upon my soul, 'twas imagination ; I cannot make the distinction — every now and then there is a Miltonic intonation — but I cannot make the division...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volumen49

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1884
...Miltonic inversions in it. Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful or rather artist's humour. I wish to give myself up to other sensations. English...mark to the false beauty proceeding from art, and another mark to the true voice of feeling." His publisher's account prefixed to the 1820 volume was...
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The Poetical Works of John Keats

John Keats - 1884 - 416 páginas
...many Miltonic inversions in it. Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful or artist's humour. It may be interesting to you to pick out some lines...mark + to the false beauty, proceeding from art, and I, 2, to the true voice of feeling. Upon my soul, 'twas imagination ; I cannot make the distinction...
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The Poetical Works of John Keats

John Keats, Francis Turner Palgrave - 1884 - 284 páginas
...inversions in it — Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful, or rather, artist's humour. I wish to give myself up to other sensations. English ought to be kept 229 up." This phrase apparently refers to the mood in which he had just written those noble lines to...
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Keats

Sidney Colvin - 1887 - 233 páginas
...Miltonic inversions in it—Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful, or rather, artist's humour. I wish to give myself up to other sensations. English ought to be kept up." In the same connection he declares that Chatterton is the purest writer in the English language. "...
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Letters to His Family and Friends

John Keats - 1891 - 396 páginas
...inversions in it — Miltonic verse cannot be written but in an artful, or, rather, artist's humour. I wish to give myself up to other sensations. English...pick out some lines from Hyperion, and put a mark x to the false beauty proceeding from art, and one || to the true voice of feeling. Upon my soul 'twas...
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