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The ramparts of Vienna are crumbling into the sand; no one wants to live so confined, however, the entire country is already surro
In the arts, foolhardiness is always harmful; even worse, however, is clumsiness.
Praised be the good willing women who understand and take part in the fun--the body is an exacting beater, and even the heart is m
Poetry, it is often said and loudly so, is life's true mirror. But a monkey looking into a work of literature looks in vain for So
Although your knowledge is weak and small, you need not be silent: Since you cannot be judges be at least witnesses.
Many said selfishness was the flaw of our modern age; but then self-conceit emerged from a corner of the deepest hell to join self
Prose and poetry are as different as food and drink.
The real genres: good and bad.
The likeness of the world? A shadow! And world's glory? A dream!
The manifestation of poetry in external life is formal perfection. True sentiment grows within, and art must represent internal ph
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