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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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The Reader: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 7. köide

1906
...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 purposes as health and heat or snow has, and be as regardless of observation. You shall...
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Talk Is Cheap: Sarcasm, Alienation, and the Evolution of Language

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