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" Copacdbana. not be drawing down the sacred into the region of the profane, but elevating that which had been profaned into its own proper region and place. These legends of heathen antiquity supply the allegorical substratum for several of his autos*... "
Life's a dream: The great theatre of the world, from the Span., with an ... - Page 94
by Pedro Calderón de la Barca - 1856
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Calderon his life and genius with specimens of his plays

RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH - 1856
...be moulded by his hands. He felt that in employing them he would * See his Daybreak in Copacdbana. not be drawing down the sacred into the region of...— that the inheritance on which he enters is as wide as the world itself—he does not shrink from turning these to his purposes, but makes them yield...
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Life's Dream: The Great Theatre of the World

Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Richard Chenevix Trench - 1856 - 229 lehte
...the classical world, seeing in them the symbols and uncon* See hia Daybreak in Copacabana. a scious prophecies of Christian truth. He had no misgivings,...the exquisite mythus of Cupid and Psyche. Each in tnrn supplies him with some new poetical aspect under which to contemplate the very highest truth of...
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Calderón, His Life and Genius: With Specimens of His Plays

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1856 - 233 lehte
...rescuing Andromeda, or Theseus destroying tho Labyrinth, or Ulysses defying the enchantments of Ciree, or the exquisite mythus of Cupid and Psyche. Each...with the freedom and boldness of a Christian poet, whe feels that all things are his — that the inheritance on which he enters is as wide as the world...
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Calderon, His Life and Genius: With Specimens of His Plays

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1856 - 233 lehte
...legends of heathen antiquity supply the allegorical substratum for several of his autos* Now it is Tlie True God Pan, or Perseus rescuing Andromeda, or Theseus...Labyrinth, or Ulysses defying the enchantments of Ciree, or the exquisite my thus of Cupid and Psyche. Each in turn supplies him with some new poetical...
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Life's a dream: The great theatre of the world, from the Span., with an ...

Pedro Calderón de la Barca - 1880
...is The True God Pan ; or it is the story of Perseus rescuing Andromeda from the great sea-monster, or Theseus destroying the Labyrinth, or Ulysses defying...his, that the inheritance on which he enters is as wide as the world itself, he does not shrink from turning these to his purposes, compelling them to...
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An Essay on the Life and Genius of Calderon: With Translations from His Life ...

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1880 - 229 lehte
...True God Pan ; or it is the story of Perseus rescuing Andromeda from the great sea-monster, or ThesAs destroying the Labyrinth, or Ulysses defying the enchantments...his, that the inheritance on which he enters is as wide as the world itself, he does not shrink from turning these to his purposes, compelling them to...
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The Dublin Review, 92. köide

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1883
...heathen antiquity supply the allegorical substratum for several of his Auto*. Now it is The True Ood Pan, or Perseus rescuing Andromeda, or Theseus destroying...and Psyche. Each in turn supplies him with some new practical aspect under which to contemplate the very highest truth of all."* * " Life is a Dream :...
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