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I just wanted to show the catalogue pages, individual parts, how the items were put together and the finished item. We continue to enter new products each week. Jowett was something more than a conservative: Locker-Lampson has done so.
This golden branch of English poetry is here so inadequately represented by a casual twig or an occasional spray that we could hardly contradict a reader who might complain that it had been utterly ignored. Higher value orders will be sent signed delivery, this may also be dependent on the country and buyer ratings.
Beyond the period included between these two dates there are no traces to be found of his existence ; nor is anything ktiown of it with any certainty during that period, except that seven plays appeared with his name on the title- page, three of them only the work of his unassisted hand.
Afficher les autres objets. To begin at the beginning and grind your way through to the close would be the surest receipt for failure in giving any conception of the quality which makes it priceless. But, violent and unlovely and unlikely as it is, this early story had in it something more than promise — the evi- dence of original and noticeable power to constrain and retain attention of a more serious and perhaps a more reasonable kind than can be evoked by many later and more ambitious and pretentious appeals to the same or a similar source of interest The horrible heroine, beast as she is, is a credible and conceivable beast ; and her W ILK IE COLLINS hapless young husband is a rather pathetic if a rathei incredible figure.
In the wider field of their comic or romantic drama it is yet easier to distinguish the respective work of either hand. Few readers of Lockhart can have overlooked or for- gotten the remarkably characteristic entry of February 28, ; but, for a reason which will presently appear and approve itself as sufficient, the main part and the only important part of it shall here be transcribed.
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Again, if the hero in this story and the heroine in another had not been blind, there could have been no story at all. What do you think of that? Nothing could supply the want of their tragic, their comic or romantic drama ; no larger or more fiery planet can ever arise to supplant or to eclipse the twin lights of our zodiac.
There is nothing in the volume, there is nothing in the language, comparable with the quatrain on Dirce in the boat of Charon.
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A very sufficient proof of this indisputable fact is that his chosen favourite among all Shakespeare’s come- dies was the Merry Wives of Windsor. No longer could I doubt him true: And lle all necessary deductions on either score have been duly made and registered, it will remain evident to the capable reader that there is no better or completer anthology than this in the language: This can be traced in only two other plays as yet unmentioned: You would be a good scholar if you were to study.
Browning has made lovable and memo- rable for ever as My Kate, The reader who comes in the list of contents upon the illustrious name of Edward Fitzgerald will doubtless be not a little taken aback when confronted with a bearer of that name so ludicrously and lamentably unworthy to be the sknistre of the man whose shy audacity of diffi- dent and daring genius has given Omar Khdyyam a place for ever among the greatest of English poets.
While the language in which he wrote endures, while the human nature to which he addressed himself exists, there can be no end of the delight, the thanksgiving, and the honour with which men will salute, aloud or in silence, the utterance or the remembrance of his name.
But in The Dead Secret Wilkie Collins made his mark for the first time as a writer who could do something that no one else could — and something well worth doing. You will find articles of collections as decoration. I should shrink from the thoughts of tar-barrels and gibbets, I am afraid, and make a very pusillanimous martyr. In all such volumes a reader will usually find omissions to regret and inser- tions which surprise him: Only as Pollux was on one side a demigod of diviner blood than Castor can it be said that on any side Beaumont was a poet of higher and purer genius than Fletcher ; but so much must be allowed by all who have eyes and ears to discern in the fabric of their common work a distinction without a seret.
If unhappy with the postage cost, please contact me, prior to paying, to discuss. I doubt indeed if there be any so good and so complete. It has often been objected that he did mistake him- self for a sacred poet ; and it cannot be denied that his sexret verse at its worst is as offensive as his secular verse at its worst ; nor can it be denied that no severer sentence of condemnation can be passed upon any poet’s work.
By him alone among English poets have the finest scenes and passages of this tragedy been ever surpassed or equalled in the crowning qualities of tragfic or dramatic poetry — in saltmarzh and passion, in subtlety and strength, in har- monious variety of art and infallible fidelity to nature.
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Jowett turned and looked at him with surprised and widened eyes: Two poems in which the genius of Aristophanes shakes hands with the genius of Dickens — for Swift has revived the one and anticipated the other in his exquisite abuse of language and his delicious perversion of proper saltmsrsh — Hamilton’s Bawn and Mrs.
Dyce in his exhaustive ‘ account of the lives and writings of Beaumont and Fletcher. In 1 John Webster stood revealed to the then somewhat narrow world of readers as a tragic poet and dramatist of the very foremost rank in the very highest class.
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The editor who erased it had not even the grace to indicate the omission by the last pitiful resource of asterisks — the final and inadequp.