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ADORAM AHIJAH ARMSTRONG BAAL bear beauty break breast brows CHALCOL character DARDA dark David dear death deed deep doth drama dread dream earth Edom EDOMITES Egypt EPHRAIMITES eyes face fail fair fear feel fields fire follow friends give glory gods Goes grow HADAD hands hast hath hear heart heaven hills HIRAM hope hour Israel JEROBOAM Jerusalem King KING OF TYRE King's labour land lift light lips living lone look lord mind mountains move NATHAN nature never night once pain pass passion peace poem poor PRIEST realm Saul SCENE seems sick sleep SOLOMON soul speak spirit stand strong sweet thee thine things thou thought tragedy Tribes true truth turn Ugone voice whole wide winds ZABUD
עמוד 2 - Kcv., xxxv. 492. 4. Part II., King David, 1874. 5. Part III., King Solomon, 1876, 12mo. 6. Life and Letters of EJ Armstrong, Lon., 1877, 12mo. 7. A Garland from Greece, [poems,] 1882. 8. Stories of Wicklow, [poems,] Lon., 1886. " Every poem In his volume Is well wrought out, and Is good in Its...
עמוד 52 - ... enter together, in conversation. SOLOMON. - HALCOL, thy words have darkened me like fears That traverse the mind's pleasant paths, and pass, And leave a vague disturbing memory. I know not why, but with thine argument I seem like a glad eagle in free flight Smit by the earthy bowman, and brought low. I say, if He be such, and we, but we, Born of one father, of the whole wide earth Seeking, may find him — Javeh, Israel's God — Then seems the world to me a shaft mis-sped. O friends, let this...
עמוד 4 - ... imagination, and the imaginative power displayed in it is as remarkable for the altitude it reaches as for the wide range it commands. " Mr. ARMSTRONG must henceforth take rank among the major poets of his time." From the
עמוד 3 - ARMSTRONG'S powers, and our appreciation of this particular work. . . . He has genius enough, and industry enough, to write wisely and well and enduringly in the field where he has already begun to work with prosperous omens.
עמוד 7 - The canvas is so crowded, the scenes change so quickly, the lights and shadows come and go so fast, that it is not easy to give a good account of it without seemingly destroying...
עמוד 6 - The personages of the drama assume an individuality, and preserve it. It is not that the author labels them or insists on their attributes, but that their own speech bewrayeth them. This is true dramatic art.
עמוד 10 - The writer has a style of his own. It displays, indeed, the fervent audacious rhetoric which distinguishes our youngest school of poets, but it has a sufficiently marked individuality. . . . Repose is a quality which it would probably disdain.
עמוד 11 - Poems,' which is likely to attract attention. . . . We shall not be surprised if this little volume causes a considerable fuss. ... It is certainly well deserving of examination.
עמוד 229 - Of all things good earth-draggled wisdom wins, Is better than the worst, being not pain — With the mild pulse returned. Mine eyes are clear To see wherein I stand, as far as eye Of man may see, and mind of man may know, The brain not shaken, jerking its poor freight Like wine i