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Dionysus, as we see him in art and poetry, is the projected expression of the ways and dreams of this primitive people, brooded ov ...
Quite different from them [abstractions of animal nature] in origin and intent, but confused with them in form, are those other co ...
The presence that thus so strangely rose beside the waters is expressive of what in the ways of a thousand years man had come to d ...
Product of a myriad various minds and contending tongues, compact of obscure and minute association, a language has its own abunda ...
The myth of Demeter and Persephone, then, illustrates the power of the Greek religion as a religion of pure ideas--of conceptions, ...
But the house of the prudent countryman will be, of course, a place of honest manners; and Demeter Thesmophoros is the guardian of ...
That the mere matter of a poem, for instance--its subject, its given incidents or situation; that the mere matter of a picture--th ...
To higher or lower ends, they [the majority of mankind] move too often with something of a sad countenance, with hurried and ignob ...
He had that curious love of green, which in individuals is always the sign of a subtle artistic temperament, and in nations is sai ...
In a very ugly and sensible age, the arts borrow, not from life, but from each other.
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