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Perpetual modernness is the measure of merit, in every work of art; since the author of it was not misled by anything short- lived ...
No Raven's wing can stretch the flight so far
As the torn bandrols of Napoleon's war.
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The romantic temper, so often and so grievously misinterpreted and not more by others than by its own, is an insecure, unsatisfied ...
Only two animals have entered the human household otherwise than as prisoners and become domesticated by other means than those of ...
When I first took up my abode in the woods, that is, began to spend my nights as well as days there, which, by accident, was on In ...
He humbled you by letting you hunger, then by feeding you with manna, with which neither you nor your ancestors were acquainted, i ...
And tell so readily, he knoweth well
How ev'ry star by proper name to call?
O make harmonious mix of voice and string
To him by whom the skies with clouds are lin'd;
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Always clung to by barnacles.
Soaked by the sparkling waters of America.
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