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" With respect to translation, even I will not be seduced by it ; although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calderon, with which I have lately, and with inexpressible wonder and delight, become acquainted, are perpetually tempting me to... "
Calderon, His Life and Genius: With Specimens of His Plays - Page 99
by Richard Chenevix Trench - 1856 - 233 lehte
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Lord Byron and Some of His Contemporaries: With Recollections of ..., 1. köide

Leigh Hunt - 1828 - 440 lehte
...******* With respect to translation, even / will not be seduced by it ; although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calderon, (with which...to throw over their perfect and glowing forms the grey veil of my own words. And you know me too well to suspect, that I refrain from the belief that...
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Journal of a six weeks' tour. Letters from Geneva. Journal at Geneva: ghost ...

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1840
...*'•..'• With respect to translation, even / will not be seduced by it ; although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calderon, (with which...perfect and glowing forms the gray veil of my own words. And you know me too well to suspect, that I refrain from a belief that what I could substitute for...
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Essays: Letters from Abroad, Translations and Fragments, 2. köide

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1840
...***** With respect to translation, even 7 will not be seduced by it ; although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calderon, (with which...to throw over their perfect and glowing forms the grey veil of my own words. And you know me too well to suspect, that I refrain from a belief that what...
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Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations and Fragments

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1845 - 164 lehte
...be seduced by it ; although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calderon, (with which 1 have lately, and with inexpressible wonder and delight,...to throw over their perfect and glowing forms the grey veil of my own words. And you know me too well to suspect that I refrain from a belief that what...
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Essays, Letters from Abroad

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1845 - 164 lehte
...be seduced by it ; although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calderon, (with which 1 have lately, and with inexpressible wonder and delight,...to throw over their perfect and glowing forms the grey veil of my own words. And you know me too well to suspect that I refrain from a belief that what...
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The works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, ed. by mrs. Shelley

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1847
...seduced by it ; although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calderón, (with which 1 have lately, and with inexpressible wonder and delight,...to throw over their perfect and glowing forms the grey veil of my own words. And you know me too well to suspect that I refrain from a belief that what...
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The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt: With Reminiscences of Friends and ..., 2. köide

Leigh Hunt - 1850 - 332 lehte
...****** With respect to translation, even 7 will not be seduced by it ; although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calderon (with which I...throw over their perfect and glowing forms the gray vail of my own words. And yon know me too well to suspect that I refrain from the belief that what...
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The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt, 3. köide

Leigh Hunt - 1850
...***** With respect to translation, even / will not be seduced by it ; although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calderon (with which I...tempting me to throw over their perfect and glowing forms LETTERS OP SHELLEY. 319 the grey veil of my own words. And you know me too well to suspect that I refrain...
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The Dublin University Magazine, 38. köide

1851
..."even /will not be seduced by it, although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calilcron (with which I have lately, and with inexpressible...perpetually tempting me to throw over their perfect and "lowing forms, the grey veil of my own words." That this modest figure is totally inapplicable to the...
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The Dublin university magazine, 38. köide

University magazine - 1851
..."even /will not be seduced by it, although the Greek plays, and some of the ideal dramas of Calfleron (with which I have lately, and with inexpressible...perpetually tempting me to throw over their perfect and slowing forms, the grey veil of my own words." That this modest figure is totally inapplicable to the...
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