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" ... he preferred you to every bard past and present, and asked which of your works pleased me most. It was a difficult question. I answered, I thought the  "
The Life, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: Complete in One Volume - Sida 159
efter George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1844 - 735 sidor
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The Letters and Journals of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1886 - 346 sidor
...similar. In speaking of the others, I told him that I thought you more particularly the poet of Princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in '...dwell on the description of your Jameses as no less loyal than poetical. He spoke alternately of Homer and yourself, and seemed well acquainted with both...
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Life of Sir Walter Scott

Charles Duke Yonge - 1888 - 206 sidor
...similar. In speaking of the others I told him I thought you more particularly the poet of Princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in '...spoke alternately of Homer and yourself, and seemed well-acquainted with both ; so that (with the exception of the Turks and your humble servant) you were...
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The Lady of the Lake

Walter Scott - 1853 - 375 sidor
...similar. In speaking of the others, 1 told him that I thought you more particularly the poet of Princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in "...coincide, and to dwell on the description of your James's as no less royal than poetical. He spoke alternately of Homer and yourself, and seemed well...
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Lady of the Lake

Walter Scott - 1891 - 243 sidor
...similar. In speaking of the others, I told him that I thought you more particularly the poet of Princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in "...Marmion," and the " Lady of the Lake." He was pleased 16 coincide, and to dwell on the description of your Jameses as no less royal than poetical. He spoke...
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The Works of Lord Byron, Volym 9

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1898
...similar. In speaking of the others, I told him that I thought you more particularly the poet of Princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in Marmion and the Lady of the Lahe. He was pleased to coincide, and to dwell on the description of your Jameses as no less royal...
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The Novels and Poems of Sir Walter Scott: Poems and ballads

Walter Scott - 1900
...similar. In speaking of the others, I told him that I thought you more particularly the poet of Princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in Marmion...coincide, and to dwell on the description of your James's as no less royal than poetical. He spoke alternately of Homer and yourself, and seemed well...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Volym 2

John Gibson Lockhart - 1901
...similar. In speaking of the others, I told him that I thought you more particularly the poet of Princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in Marmion...with both ; so that (with the exception of the Turks l and your humble servant) you were in very good company. I defy Murray to Lave exaggerated his Royal...
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The Works of Lord Byron, Volym 2

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1903
...similar. In speaking of the others, I told him that I thought you more particularly the poet of Princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in Marmion...with both; so that (with the exception of the Turks l and your humble servant) you were in very good company. I defy Murray to have exaggerated his Royal...
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The Lady of the Lake

Walter Scott - 1904 - 250 sidor
...(afterward George IV) once said to him that he regarded Scott as " particularly the poet of princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in Marmion and The Lady of the Lake." 846. Wizard elm. See the opening of Canto I. 851. Farewell. Scott felt at the time that this would...
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Main Currents in Nineteenth Century Literature, Volym 4

Georg Morris Cohen Brandes - 1905
...he said to the Prince Regent that Scott struck him as being " more particularly the poet of Princes, as they never appeared more fascinating than in Marmion and The Lady of the Lake." It is even probable that there are in Marmion direct allusions to the Prince Regent and his wife. The...
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