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" The greatest poet has less a marked style and is more the channel of thoughts and things without increase or diminution and is the free channel of himself. He swears to his art — I will not be meddlesome, I will not have in my writing any elegance,... "
The Cheltonian - Page 220
by Cheltenham College - 1868
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Education in the United States: Statistical Highlights Through 1979-80

Leo J. Eiden - 1981 - 51 lehte
...things without increase or diminution, and is the free channel of himself. He swears to his art, I ivill not be meddlesome, I will not have in my writing any...in the way between me and the rest like curtains. I will have nothing hang in the way, not the richest curtains. What I tell I tell for precisely what...
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American Beauty: William Carlos Williams and the Modernist Whitman

Stephen Tapscott - 1984 - 267 lehte
...channel of thoughts and things without increase or diminution, and is the free channel of himself. . . . He swears to his art, I will not be meddlesome. I.... . . What I tell I tell for precisely what it is. (LOG, p. 717) To Williams, the Whitmanian form — joyously free of European influence but ultimately...
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Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass

Walt Whitman - 1986 - 145 lehte
...without increase or diminution, and is the free channel of himself. He swears to his art, I will not t>e meddlesome, I will not have in my writing any elegance...in the way between me and the rest like curtains. I will have nothing hang in jhe way, not the richest curtains. What I tell I tell for precisely what...
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Dos Passos's Early Fiction, 1912-1938

Michael Clark, Michael Hardbackark - 1987 - 171 lehte
...without increase or diminution."13 Instead of being "meddlesome," Whitman says in his 1855 Preface, "I will not have in my writing any elegance or effect...between me and the rest like curtains. . . . What I tell 1 tell for precisely what it is."14 This passage suggests empirical reporting. Although, of course,...
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The Logic of Ecstasy: Canadian Mystical Painting, 1920-1940

Ann Davis - 1992 - 217 lehte
...channel of thoughts and things without increase or diminution, and is the free channel of himself. He swears to his art 'I will not be meddlesome, I...in the way between me and the rest like curtains. I will have nothing hang in the way, not the richest curtains ... What I experience or portray shall...
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Reimagining Thoreau

Robert Milder, Professor of English Robert Milder - 1995 - 237 lehte
...a marked style and is more the channel of thoughts and things without increase or diminution. . . . He swears to his art, I will not be meddlesome, I...between me and the rest like curtains. . . . What I experience or portray shall go from my composition without a shred of my composition." Preface 1855,...
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Dickinson and Audience

Martin Orzeck, Robert Weisbuch, Robert Alan Weisbuch, University of Michigan Press, Martin A. Orzeck - 1996 - 280 lehte
...be lost between medium and message: "The greatest poet," he said, is "the free channel of himself. He swears to his art, I will not be meddlesome, I...in the way between me and the rest like curtains. I will have nothing hang in the way, not even the richest curtains. What I tell I tell precisely for...
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Walt Whitman: The Contemporary Reviews

Kenneth M. Price - 1996 - 356 lehte
...channel of thoughts and things without increase or diminution, and is the free channel of himself. He swears to his art, I will not be meddlesome, I...in the way between me and the rest like curtains. I will have nothing hang in the way, not the richest curtains. What I tell I tell for precisely what...
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Walt Whitman: The Critical Heritage

Milton Hindus - 1997 - 292 lehte
...or diminution, and is the free channel of himself. He swears to his art, I will not be meddlesome, 1 will not have in my writing any elegance, or effect,...way between me and the rest, like curtains. What I feel, I feel for precisely what it is. Let who may exalt, or startle, or fascinate, or soothe, I will...
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Talk Is Cheap : Sarcasm, Alienation, and the Evolution of Language: Sarcasm ...

Minnesota John Haiman Professor of Linguistics Macalester College - 1998 - 232 lehte
...George Orwell. The first inveighed against all "style" in the introduction to his Leaves of Grass: "I will not have in my writing any elegance or effect...in the way between me and the rest, like curtains. I will have nothing in the way, not the richest curtains. What I tell, I tell precisely for what it...
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