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So little are the Homeric heroes presented as developing or having developed, that most of them--Nestor, Agamemnon, Achilles--appe ...
How easily and cleverly do I write just now! I am really pleased with myself; words come skipping to me like lambs upon Moffat Hil ...
Good writing is always a breaking of the soil, clearing away prejudices, pulling up of sour weeds of crooked thinking, stripping t ...
What is the foundation of that interest all men feel in Greek history, letters, art and poetry, in all its periods from the Heroic ...
Baudelaire compared the great names in art to lighthouses posted along the track of historic time. The simile, as he used it, seiz ...
I don't believe any more in democracy. But I can't believe in the old sort of aristocracy, either, nor can I wish it back, splendi ...
The simile sets two ideas side by side; in the metaphor they become superimposed.
One thing that literature would be greatly the better for
Would be a more restricted employment by authors of simile and
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Simile and Metaphor differ only in degree of stylistic refinement. The Simile, in which a comparison is made directly between two ...
I have no doubt that they lived pretty much the same sort of life in the Homeric age, for men have always thought more of eating t ...
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