Briefe An Einen Jungen Dichter

Author: Rainer Maria Rilke
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Rainer Maria Rilke: Briefe an einen jungen Dichter Zehn Briefe, verfasst als Antworten an den jungen Dichter Franz Xaver Kappus zwischen 1903 und 1908. Erstdruck: Leipzig, 1929. Vollständige Neuausgabe. Herausgegeben von Karl-Maria Guth.

The Life Of George Eliot

Author: Nancy Henry
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118274679
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I might admit all this – and it would be not the less true that Rousseau's genius
has sent that electric thrill through my intellectual and moral frame which has
awakened me to new perceptions, which has made man and nature a fresh world
of thought ... In reviewing editions of Edward Young's poetry, as well as
treatments of his life in “Worldliness and Other-Worldliness: The Poet Young” (
1857), however, her role is to “recall the incidents of his biography with as much
particularity as we ...

The Poems With An Account Of His Life And Writings C And A Glossary

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he, “A poor young wean a' wat ; Oh ! hafte ye apen-fear nae fkaith, Elfe foon this
form will be my death.” Wi' his complaint my foul ... His bairmly fmiles and looks
gave joy, He feem'd fae innocent a boy : I led him benn but any pingle, And beekt
him brawly at my ingle : Dighted his face, his handies thow'd, Till his young
cheeks, like rofes, ... Wi' that his arch'ry graith he put In order, and made me his
butt; Mov'd back a piece,—his bow he drew, Faft thro' my breaft his arrow flew.
That done ...

The Life Of Robert Burns

Author: James Currie
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Not that I am a Utopian projector in these things. trophe of the piece is a poor
ruined female, lamenting resolved never to breed up a son of mine to any
her fate. She concludes ... I know the value of independence; and since I cannot
give my sons an independent fortune, I shall give them an independent line of life
. What a chaos .... Mr Armstrong, the young poet, who does me the honour to
mention me so kindly in his works, please give him my best thanks for the copy of
his book.

Painted Hearts

Author: Kendra L. Kelley
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ISBN: 1463446144
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The Writings of a Young Poet Kendra L. Kelley. We are the greatest in the world,
Yet we don't treat our lives like it's a gem or a pearl. But when another life is gone,
Everyone begins to fuss, And spin in a whirlwind, Because now we feel like
someone or something has violated us. We have to stand together, In all of our
diversities. Because believe me the kids are watching. And a good message we
want to send. We've got to change this world for the better, Or our loved
communities will ...

Memoirs Of The Life And Writings Of William Hayley The Friend And Biographer Of Cowper Written By Himself With Extracts From His Private Corresondence And Unpublished Poetry And Memoirs Of His Son Thomas Alphonso Hayley The Young Sculptor

Author: William Hayley
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“Francis attended me to the coach about five o'clock, and “after a warm ride I
arrived in Cavendish-square sooner than “usual. While I was scribbling the few
lines I sent you, Mr. “Cumberland came in, by appointment, to eat a mutton chop “
with the painter, before he went to see the success of a new “play of his, which
came out that evening. When I arrived “in Buckingham-street no one was at home
. I determined, “therefore, to go and spend my evening with the painter (as “he
had been ...

The General Biographical Dictionary

Author: Alexander Chalmers
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Containing an Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of the
Most Eminent Persons in Every Nation Alexander Chalmers. lege appears to
have set a ... The atheistical Tindal, who spent much of his time at All- Souls,
used to say, "The other boys I can always answerj because I always know
whence they have their arguments^ which I have read an hundred times, but that
fellow Young is continually pestering me with something of his own." His first
poetical flight was ...

Letters To A Young Poet

Author: Rainer Maria Rilke
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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Sieber goes on to quote Rilke's answer to a query of Ellen Key in 1904, that after
the difficult experiences of his life he had come to believe that those people were
right who felt and said at a certain period of development of their spirit that there
was no God and never could have been one. “But”, said Rilke, “this recognition is
something infinitely affirmative for me, for now all fear that he might be used up
and perished is removed from me, now I know that he will be. He will be, and
those ...

Life And Writings Of Robert Burns

Author: John Stuart Blackie
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He repeated the same expression, when the young poet came up and said, 'Oh,
father, is it me you mean?' The old man said it was. Robert turned to the window,
with tears streaming down his manly cheeks, and his bosom swelling as if it
would burst from the very restraint he put upon himself.”" An angel from heaven,
specially commissioned for the purpose, could not have launched the young poet
forth on the brilliant career for which he was destined, with a more prophetic text
than ...

Select British Poets

Author: Thomas F. Walker
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Containing the Works of Goldsmith, Thomson, Gray, Young, and Cowper, with an
Account of Their Lives and Writings Thomas F. Walker. BOOK II. ... Some
boundless contiguity of shade, Where rumour of oppression and deceit, Of
unsuccessful or successful war, Might never reach me more. My ear is ... I would
not have a slave to till my ground, To carry me, to fan me while I sleep, And
tremble when I wake, for all the wealth, That sinews bought and sold have ever
earn'd. No: dear as ...