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" ... into the gayer divisions of his drama, and the moving tenderness that pervades its graver and more tragical portions, lift us unconsciously to the height where alone his brilliant exhibitions can prevail with our imaginations, —where alone we can... "
History of Spanish Literature - Stran 473
avtor: George Ticknor - 1891
Celotni ogled - O knjigi

The Living Age ..., Količina 24

1850
...prevail with our imaginations — where alone we can be interested and deluded, when we find ourselves in the mid-st, not only of such a confusion of the different...effort necessary in order to sustain it, we owe much of j It must not be supposed that the drama, though what distinguishes Calderon from his predecessors,...
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Handbook of Universal Literature

Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta - 1860 - 567 strani
...of his incidents, and more poetry in the structure and tendency of his dramas. To his elevated tone we owe much of what distinguishes Calderon from his...predecessors, and nearly all that is most individual in his merits and defects. In carrying out his theory of the national drama, he often succeeds and...
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Handbook of Universal Literature, from the Best and Latest Authorities

Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta - 1863 - 567 strani
...of his incidents, and more poetry in the structure and tendency of his dramas. To his elevated tone we owe much of what distinguishes Calderon from his...predecessors, and nearly all that is most individual in his merits and defects. In carrying ont his theory of the national drama, he often succeeds and...
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Biographical and Critical Miscellanies

William Hickling Prescott - 1864 - 729 strani
...prevail with our imaginations — where alone we can be interested and deluded, when we find ourselves in the midst, not only of such a confusion of the different...poetry. " To this elevated tone, and to the constant ef. fort necessary in order to sustain it, we owe much of what distinguishes Calderon from his predecessors,...
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Biographical and Critical Miscellanies

William Hickling Prescott - 1875 - 608 strani
...prevail with our imaginations, — where alone we can be interested and deluded when we find ourselves in the midst not only of such a confusion of the different...order to sustain it, we owe much of what distinguishes Calderou from his predecessors, and nearly all that is most individual and characteristic in his separate...
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A Library of American Literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1888
...prevail with our imaginations, —where alone we can be interested and deluded, when we find ourselves in the midst, not only of such a confusion of the different...individual and characteristic in his separate merits and effects. It makes him less easy, graceful, and natural than Lope. It imparts to his style a mannerism,...
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Handbook of Universal Literature from the Best and Latest Authorities

Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta - 1902 - 575 strani
...of his incidents, and more poetry in the structure and tendency of his dramas. To his elevated tone we owe much of what distinguishes Calderon from his...predecessors, and nearly all that is most individual in his merits and defects. In carrying out his theory of the national drama, he often succeeds and...
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The British Quarterly Review, Količina 11

Henry Allon - 1850
...with our imaginations, — where alone we can be interested and deluded, when we find ourselves in the midst, not only of such a confusion of the different...order to sustain it, we owe much of what distinguishes Calderou from his predecessors, and nearly all that is most individual and characteristic in his separate...
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