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" Mounts to the seat of grace within the mind : Hence Forms that glide with swan-like ease along , Hence motions, even amid the vulgar throng, To an harmonious decency confined : As if the streets were consecrated ground, The city one vast temple, dedicate... "
The poetical works of William Wordsworth - Page 123
by William [poetical works] Wordsworth - 1840
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The Poetic Old-world: A Little Book for Tourists

1908 - 513 lehte
...the height That my flesh felt the carillon. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Bruges «2* "o <^ *a• *^ o ^> '""THE spirit of antiquity enshrined -^ In sumptuous...heroic tongue, And with devout solemnities entwined, Strikes to the seat of grace within the mind: Hence forms that glide with swan-like ease along; Hence...
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A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

SIR BANISTER FLETCHER - 1924
...Owea Jones. Smith, Cole, Le Bon. Parker, Purchase, and others. M The spirit of antiquity,--enshrined In sumptuous buildings, vocal in sweet song, In picture...heroic tongue, And with devout solemnities entwined— Strikes to the seat of grace within the mind : Hence forms that glide with swan-like ease along, Hence...
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The Living Age ..., 210. köide

1896
...Oxford, who have felt within themselves the truth of the lines from Wordsworth's beautiful sonnet:— The Spirit of Antiquity enshrined In sumptuous buildings,...entwined Mounts to the seat of grace within the mind, "Thyrsis" and its companion poem, the "Scholar Gipsy." will be cherished with a peculiar fondness....
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William Wordsworth: The Major Works

William Wordsworth - 2000 - 752 lehte
...avenues Of stateliest Architecture, where the forms Of Nun-like Females, with soft motion, glide! Bruges The Spirit of Antiquity, enshrined In sumptuous Buildings, vocal in sweet Song And Tales transmitted through the popular tongue, And with devout solemnities entwined, Strikes at...
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Babylon Or New Jerusalem?: Perceptions of the City in Literature

Valeria Tinkler-Villani - 2005 - 301 lehte
...these mild hues; Obscure not yet these silent avenues... ("Bruges I". 11-12) Hence Forms that slide with Swan-like ease along; Hence motions, even amid...vulgar throng. To an harmonious decency confined: ("Bruges 1 1", 6-8) And all that mighty heart is lying still! ("Westminster Bridge", 14) However haunting...
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