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" I think Poetry should surprise by a fine excess and not by Singularity — it should strike the Reader as a wording of his own highest thoughts, and appear almost a Remembrance — 2nd. "
Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats - Página 78
por John Keats - 1848 - 393 páginas
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The Complete Poetical Works and Letters of John Keats

John Keats - 1899 - 473 páginas
...will see how far I am from their centre. 1st. I think poetry should surprise by a jftne_£iX.cejBBl and not by singularity; It should strike the reader...highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance. ^ 2d. Its touches of beauty should never be half-way, thereby making the reader breathless, instead...
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The Makers of English Poetry

William James Dawson - 1906 - 404 páginas
...own sake, apart from any thought or lesson they might convey. Here is his own poetic creed : " 1st. I think poetry should surprise by a fine excess, and...highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance. 2d. Its touches of beauty should be never half-way, thereby making the reader breathless instead of...
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The Writer, Volumen27

1915
...Moines Register. Kc.its on Poetry. — "In poet1y I have a few axioms, " wrote Keats to John Taylor. "i. I think poetry should surprise by a fine excess, and...highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance. "2. Its touches of beauty should never be halfway, thereby making the reader breathless, instead of...
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Convention and Revolt in Poetry

John Livingston Lowes - 1919 - 346 páginas
...many of those who follow it deserve a better fate. " I think," wrote Keats in one of his letters, " I think poetry should surprise by a fine excess, and not by singularity" There, infallibly touched, is the distinction which poetry insurgent is apt to overlook. A fine excess...
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The Bookman, Volumen50

1920
.../CONCERNING a certain prime and \J fundamental quality of poetry, Mr. Lowes quotes Keats's dictum that it "should strike the reader as a wording of his own highest thoughts, and appear almost as a remembrance." If the same test apply also to criticism — and I do not see why it should not,...
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Inward Ho!

Christopher Morley - 1923 - 158 páginas
...coming continually on the spirit with a fine suddenness. — Keats, letter to Bailey. * * * * Poetry should strike the reader as a wording of his own highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance. — Keats, letter to John Taylor. * * * * We read fine things, but never feel them to the full until...
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INWARD HO!

CHRISTOPHER MORLEY - 1923
...coming continually on the spirit with a fine suddenness. —Keats, letter to Bailey. * * * * Poetry should strike the reader as a wording of his own highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance. —Keats, letter to John Taylor. * * * * We read fine things, but never feel them to the full until...
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John Keats, Volumen1

Amy Lowell - 1925
...1818, he says: " In poetry I have a few axioms, and you will see how far I am from their centre. 1st. I think poetry should surprise by a fine excess, and...highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance. and. Its touches of beauty should never be half-way, thereby making the reader breathless, instead...
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The Legal Imagination

James Boyd White - 1985 - 302 páginas
...John Keats has a famous sentence (to which Frost may be alluding): "I think poetry should surprise by fine excess, and not by singularity; it should strike...highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance." Letter to John Taylor, Feb. 27, 1818. Is there a surprise in this poem? Where? Of what kind? Two great...
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Heracles' Bow: Essays on the Rhetoric and Poetics of the Law

James Boyd White - 1985 - 251 páginas
...deeply familiar, but what he called its "surprise" for the reader. "1 think poetry should surprise by fine excess, and not by singularity; it should strike...highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance." (Letter from John Keats to John Taylor, Feb. 27, 1818.) Compare Robert Frost, "The Figure a Poem Makes,"...
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