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" The negligently grand, the fruitful bloom Of coming ripeness, the white city's sheen, The rolling stream, the precipice's gloom, The forest's growth, and Gothic walls between, The wild rocks shaped as they had turrets been, In mockery of man's art; and... "
The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction - Page 88
1835
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Byron's Childe Harold, Cantos III and IV: The Prisoner of Chillon, and Other ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1913 - 282 pages
...But none unite in one attaching maze The brilliant, fair, and soft; — the glories of old days, LXI The negligently grand, the fruitful bloom Of coming...rocks shaped as they had turrets been In mockery of man's art: and these withal A race of faces happy as the scene, Whose fertile bounties here extend...
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The Leading English Poets from Chaucer to Browning

Lucius Hudson Holt - 1915 - 952 pages
...days, 580 The negligently grand, the fruitf vil bloom Of coming ripeness, the white city's sheen, here nd ever strove to expiate The scorn that crazed his brain; 60 And that man's art; and these withal A race of faces happy as the scene, Whose fertile bounties here extend...
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The Leading English Poets from Chaucer to Browning: Ed., with Introduction ...

Lucius Hudson Holt - 1915 - 956 pages
...none unite in one attaching maze The brilliant, fair, and soft, — the glories of old days, jSo LXI of D( here The rolling stream, the precipice's gloom, The forest's growth, and Gothic walls between, The...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

1885 - 526 pages
...the grandest cathedral in the world, the work of human hands, sinks into insignificance. "The forest growth and Gothic walls between, The wild rocks shaped as they had turrets been, In mockery of man's art." High circling above our heads were hundreds of Bats and Swifts, and, notwithstanding the...
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Vom Geistesleben alter und neuer Zeit: Aufsätze

Oskar Franz Walzel - 1922 - 568 pages
...zuruft: More mighty spots may rise — more glaring shine, But none unite in one attaching maze The brilliant, fair, and soft, — the glories of old...rocks shaped as they had turrets been In mockery of man's art; and these withal A race of faces happy as the scene, Whose fertile bounties here extend...
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English Poetry of the Nineteenth Century: A Connected Representation of ...

George Roy Elliott, Norman Foerster - 1923 - 864 pages
...none unite in one attaching maze The brilliant, fair, and soft, — the glories of old days, 580 LXI The negligently grand, the fruitful bloom Of coming...between, The wild rocks shaped as they had turrets been, 585 In mockery of man's art; and these withal A race of faces happy as the scene, Whose fertile bounties...
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British Poets of the Nineteenth Century: Poems by Wordsworth, Coleridge ...

Curtis Hidden Page - 1924 - 486 pages
...parting praise : More mighty spots may rise, more glaring shine, But none unite in one attaching maze The brilliant, fair, and soft, — the glories •of old...days, The negligently grand, the fruitful bloom Of coining ripeness, the white city's sheen. The rolling stream, the precipice's gloom, The forest's growth,...
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Types of Poetry

1926 - 1090 pages
...none unite, in one attaching maze, The brilliant, fair, and soft, — the glories of old days, sso LXI The negligently grand, the fruitful bloom Of coming...between, The wild rocks shaped as they had turrets been, sss In mockery of man's art; and these withal A race of faces happy as the scene, Whose fertile bounties...
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The Traveler's Book of Verse

Frederick Earle Emmons, Thomas Waterman Huntington - 1928 - 454 pages
...parting praise; More mighty spots may rise, more glaring shine, But none unite in one attaching maze The brilliant, fair, and soft, — the glories of old...rocks shaped as they had turrets been, In mockery of man's art; and these withal A race of faces happy as the scene, Whose fertile bounties here extend...
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Poetry, edited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1922 - 584 pages
...praise ; More mighty spots may rise — more glaring shine,'But none unite in one attaching maze The brilliant, fair, and soft, — the glories of old days, The negligently grand, the fruitful bloom 1 Of coming ripeness, the white city's sheen, The rolling stream, the precipice's gloom, The forest's...
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