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Poetry is the universal language which the heart holds with nature and itself. He who has a contempt for poetry, cannot have much ...
Today we all speak, if not the same tongue, the same universal language. There is no one center, and time has lost its former cohe ...
This is an approach to that universal language which men have sought in vain.
Money indeed may be considered as the most universal and expressive of all languages. For gold and silver coins are no more money ...
UG [universal grammar] may be regarded as a characterization of the genetically determined language faculty. One may think of this ...
For thousands of years human beings have communicated with one another first in the language of dress. Long before I am near enoug ...
Our religion ... is itself profoundly sad--a religion of universal anguish, and one which, because of its very catholicity, grants ...
Now an allegory is but a translation of abstract notions into a picture-language, which is itself nothing but an abstraction from ...
The quality of imagination is to flow, and not to freeze. The poet did not stop at the color or the form, but read their meaning, ...
Music has often been compared with language itself, and the comparison is quite legitimate. While it combines easily with actual l ...
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