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( Author's note ) . Although never canonized , Henry the ... 14. A stranger yet to pain . Gray had in mind the happy school days spent with his bosom friend , Richard West , who died in June , 1742. ( See “ Sonnet 204 [ PAGES 8-9 . NOTES.
( Author's note . ) 3. Helicon's harmonious springs . ... He was a favorite deity with the people of Thrace , the region north of Greece . dia 10 " 20. Perching on the sceptred hand . 210 [ PAGES 17–18 . NOTES.
( Author's note . ) 21. Feathered king . The eagle , sacred to Jove or Zeus . 25. Thee the voice , the dance , obey . Power of harmony to produce all the graces of motion in the body . ” ( Author's note . ) 27. Idalia's velvet - green .
( Author's note . ) Beyond the solar road . Gray quotes the following in connection with this ... 71. How do your tuneful echoes languish . The dwelling- place of the nymph Echo was probably suggested to Gray 212 ( PAGES 19-20 . NOTES.
( Author's note . ) “ If Jonson's learned sock be on , Or sweetest Shakespeare , Fancy's child , Warble his native wood notes wild . " Milton , L'Allegro , 11. 132–134 . 66 89. Pencil . Paint brush . 95. Nor second He . Milton .
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Reprint of what may once have been one of the most familiar poems in English from the 18th century. At a time when few could read in England, one of its most educated sons, and the companion of Horace ... Read full review