De Gruyter, Incorporated, 1889 - 380 עמודים
Excerpt from Gesammelte Abhandlungen Von Dr. Alexander Schmidt
Dr. Aleganber (c)djmibt. Fine ccnefliaac 23oltaire6 Eerbienfte um bie Ginfiﬂmmg Shatdpearee in Granfnid) Essay on the Life and Dramatic Writings of Ben Jonson.
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But new notions, and a new bent of thought, brought on through a natural turn of
public life, imperceptibly convey themselves into the popular mind, and in a
manner take its whole substance into their service. In the history of England the ...
True poetry is the offspring of an harmonious combination of all the faculties of
the mind, and arises, like an image on the surface of the water, from the deep of
an unruffled soul. Marlow, on the contrary, and Green, the one reckless and
... and doubtful struggles the nation then became of age, ripened into manhood,
änd formed as it were its plan of life; in fine, the whole life was tinctured with that
cheerfulness which is the inseparable companion of a well-conditioned mind.
... striving, and thoughtful age? Who would have him stroll in the easy by-paths of
entertainments and panegyric interludes? His ideal turn of mind spurned
proposing any other object than art itself. Of Essay on the Life and dramatie
Writings of ...
mind spurned proposing any other object than art itself. Of what kind soever the
agents and tools of his poetical fabric may be they do serve this very purpose. His
humble position as a player enabled him to see life in the fullest meaning of the ...