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" Poetic souls delight in prose insane; And Christmas stories tortured into rhyme Contain the essence of the true sublime. Thus, when he tells the tale of Betty Foy, The idiot mother of an idiot boy... "
Lord Byron's Works ... - Page 16
by George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1821
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English Bards, and Scotch Reviewers: A Satire

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Poetry - 1809 - 54 pages
...like a traveller bold, " The cock did crow to-whoo, to-whoo, " And the sun did shine so cold, &c. &c." So close on each pathetic part he dwells, And each...the hero of the story. Shall gentle COLERIDGE pass unnotic'd here, To turgid ode, and tumid stanza dear ? 140 Though themes of innocence amuse him best,...
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English Bards, and Scotch Reviewers;: A Satire

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1809 - 85 pages
...double." A moon-struck silly lad who lost his way, And, like his bard, confounded night with day*, So close on each pathetic part he dwells, And each adventure so sublimely tells, s That all who view the " idiot in his glory," Conceive the Bard the hero of the story. Shall gentle...
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English Bards, and Scotch Reviewers;: A Satire

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Watermarks - 1810 - 94 pages
...double." A moon-struck silly lad who lost his way, And, like his bard, confounded night with day*, So close on each pathetic part he dwells, And each...unnoticed here, To turgid ode, and tumid stanza dear ? 250 Though themes of innocence amuse him best, Yet still obscurity's a welcome guest. * Wr. W. in...
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English bards, and Scotch reviewers; a satire

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1810
...double." C2 A moon-struck silly lad who lost his way, And, like his bard, confounded night with day*, So close on each pathetic part he dwells, And each...pass unnoticed here, To turgid ode, and tumid stanza clear ? 250 Though themes of innocence amuse him besi> Yet still obscurity's a welcome guest. * Mr....
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English bards, and Scotch reviewers; a satire

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1810
...double." A moon-struck silly lad who lost his way, And, like his bard, confounded night with day*, So close on each pathetic part he dwells, And each...story. Shall gentle COLERIDGE pass unnoticed here, ti. fas. To turgid ode, and tumid stanza dear ? 250 Though themes of innocence amuse him best, Yet...
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English bards, and Scotch reviewers; a satire with notes and preface

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1819
...Boy; » A moon-struck silly lad who lost his way , And, like his bard, confounded night with day *, So close on each pathetic part he dwells, And each...tells , -That all who view the « idiot in his glory, ii Conceive the Bard the hero of the story. Shall gentle COLERIDGE pass unnoticed here, To turgid ode,...
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The works of lord Byron, Volume 3

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1820
...idiot boy;" A moon-struck silly lad who lost his way, And, like his bard, confounded night with day,* So close on each pathetic part he dwells, And each...the hero of the story. Shall gentle COLERIDGE pass unnotic'd here, To turgid ode, and tumid stanza dear? Though themes of innocence amuse him best, Yet...
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The Literary and Scientific Repository, and Critical Review, Volume 1

1820
...merely prose, Convincing all by demonstration plain, Poetic souls delight in prose insane.' * * * ' Shall gentle COLERIDGE pass unnoticed here, To turgid ode, and tumid stanza dear : ' • — None in lofty numbers can surpass The Bard who soars to eulogize an ass. How well the subject...
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Les počtes anglais et les auteurs de L'Edinburg review: satire traduite de l ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - English poetry - 1821 - 127 pages
...Boy » ; A moon-struck silly lad who lost his way , And, like his bard , confounded night with day , So close on each pathetic part he dwells , And each...in his glory » , Conceive the Bard the hero of the stôry. Shall gentle COLERIDGE pass unnotic'd here , To turgid ode , and tumid stanza dear ? Though...
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The works of lord Byron, comprehending the suppressed poems, Volumes 1-2

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1822
...this toil and trouble ? " Up , up my friend, and quit your books, " Or surely you'll grow double." So close on each pathetic part he dwells, And each...unnoticed here, To turgid ode, and tumid stanza dear? 25o Though themes of innocence amuse him best, Yet still obscurity's a welcome guest. If Inspiration...
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