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" ... age, will not seem thrown away. Except by name, Jean Paul Friedrich Richter is little known out of Germany. The only thing connected with him,, we think, that has reached this country, is his saying, imported by Madame de Stael, and thankfully pocketed... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 178
1827
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 1

Thomas Carlyle - German literature - 1838
...most remarkable of his age, will not seem thrown away. Except by name, Jean Paul Friedrich Eichter is little known out of Germany. The only thing •...easily seem to have been a denizen : so fantastic, many-colored, far-grasping, everyway perplexed and extraordinary is his mode of writing, that to translate...
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Critical and miscellaneous essays, collected and republ

Thomas Carlyle - 1840
...our readers a few words on this man, certainly one of the most remarkable of his age, will not seem thrown away. Except by name, Jean Paul Friedrich Richter...easily seem to have been a denizen ; so fantastic, many- coloured, far-grasping, everyway perplexed and extraordinary is his mode of writing. To translate...
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Waldie's Select Circulating Library, Volume 15

Literature - 1841
...advance. NOVELISTS. JEAN PATJL FRIEDRICH RICHTER. Except the name, Jean Paul Friedrich Richter islitile known out of Germany. The only thing connected with...to the English that of the sea, to the Germans that of—the air!" Of ihis last element, indeed, his own genius might easily seem to have been a denizen:...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays

Thomas Carlyle - 1845 - 568 pages
...connected with him, we think, that has reached this country, is his saying, imported by Madame de 8ta€l, and thankfully pocketed by most newspaper critics...denizen : so fantastic, many-coloured, far-grasping, every way perplexed and extraordinary in his mode of writing, that to translate him is next to impossible;...
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CRITICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.

THOMAS CARLYLE. - 1852
...our readers a few words on this man, certainly one of the most remarkable of his age, will not seem thrown away. Except by name, Jean Paul Friedrich Richter...denizen : so fantastic, many-coloured, far-grasping, every way perplexed and extraordinary in his mode of writing, that to translate him is next to impossible;...
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The Modern British Essayists: Carlyle, Thomas. Critical and miscellaneous essays

English essays - 1852
...our readers a few words on this man, certainly one of the most remarkable of his age, will not seem thrown away. Except by name, Jean Paul Friedrich Richter...genius might easily seem to have been a denizen: so fan tastic,many-colonred, far-grasp ing, every way perplexed and extraordinary in his mode of writing,...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 7; Volume 15; Volume 37

Methodist Church - 1855
...It is a witty, FODRTH SERIES, VOL. VII.— 29 but likewise philosophic, saying of Jean Paul, " that Providence has given to the French the empire of the land, to the English the empire of the sea, and to the Germans the empire of the air." These three forms of matter are strikingly...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays: Complete in One Volume

Thomas Carlyle - 1857 - 568 pages
...connected with him, we think, that has reached this country, is his saying, imported by Madame de 8ta€l, pleting so many single enterprizes, every way perplexed and extraordinary in his mode of writing, that to translate him is next to impossible;...
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Germany; it's Universities, Theology, adn Religion

Philip Schaff - 1857
...PERIOD IN THE HISTORY OF THEIR LITERARY AND THEOLOGICAL ALMA MATER. THEIR TEACHER AND FRIEND, PREFACE. "Providence has given to the French the empire of...that of the sea; to the Germans, that of the air." By this famous saying, Jean Paul, himself a denizen of the air, intended to proclaim the strength,...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays

Thomas Carlyle - Scottish essays - 1859 - 568 pages
...our readers a few words on this man, certainly one of the most remarkable of his age, will not seem thrown away. Except by name, Jean Paul Friedrich Richter...have been a denizen : so fantastic, many-coloured, far-grasp ing, every way perplexed and extraordinary in his mode of writing, that to translate him...
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