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" An Original may be said to be of a vegetable nature; it rises spontaneously from the vital root of Genius; it grows, it is not made... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Page 499
by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1759
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SEVERAL HANDS - 1759
...original may be (aid to be of a vegetable nature; it riies fpontancoufly from the vital root of genius j it grows, it is not made : imitations are often a...manufacture wrought up by thofe mechanics, Art, and Labour, cue of prc-exiUent materials not their own. ' Again: we read imitation with fomewhat of his languor^...
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Conjectures on original composition: In a letter to the author of Sir ...

Edward Young, Samuel Richardson - 1759 - 113 pages
...chofen object of his imitation ; an Original enjoys an undivided applaufe. An Original may be faid to x be of a vegetable nature ; it rifes fpontaneoufly from the vital root of genius ;^ it grow, it is not made : Imitations are often a fort of manufaEture wrought up by thofe mechanics , art)...
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Lives of Sacred Poets, Volume 2

Robert Eldridge Aris Willmott - Poets, English - 1838 - 363 pages
...the wisest and kindest " An Original may be said to be of a vegetable nature ; it rises spontaneously from the vital root of genius ; it grows, it is not made." Again, " We read Imitation with somewhat of his languour who listens to a twice-told tale. Our spirits...
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The complete works, poetry and prose of the Rev. Edward Young ..., Volume 2

Edward Young, Dr. Doran (John) - 1854
...an undivided applause. An original may be said to be of a vegetable nature, it rises spontaneously from the vital root of genius ; it grows, it is not made : imitations are often a sort of manufacture wrought up by those mechanics, art and labour, out of pre-existent materials not...
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Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Volume 39

1903
...undivided applause. | n An Original may be said to be of a regetable nature; it rises spontaneously, from the vital root of Genius; it grows, it is not made: Imitations are often a sort of Manufacture wrought up by those Mechanics, Art, and Labour, out of preexistent materials not...
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Studies in the Evolution of English Criticism

Laura Johnson Wylie - Criticism - 1894 - 212 pages
...but never explained ; an original " may be said to be of a vegetable nature ; it rises spontaneously from the vital root of genius ; it grows, it is not made." 6 The best promise for the future seemed to lie in the efforts of the early Classicists to establish...
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Rousseau and Romanticism

Irving Babbitt - French literature - 1919 - 426 pages
...fetters of easy imitation." "An original may be said to be of a vegetable nature; it rises spontaneously from the vital root of genius; it grows, it is not made; imitations are often a sort of manufacture, wrought up by those mechanics, art and labor, out of preexistent materials not...
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Rousseau and Romanticism

Irving Babbitt - Romanticism - 1919 - 426 pages
...fetters of easy imitation." "An original maybe said to be of a vegetable nature; it rises spontaneously from the vital root of genius; it grows, it is not made; mutations are often a sort of manufacture, wrought up by those mechanics, art and labor, out of preexistent...
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The Aesthetic Theories of the German Storm and Stress Movement ...

Arthur Emanuel Wald - Aesthetics - 1924 - 63 pages
...at once excluded. For "an original may be said to be of a vegetable nature: it rises spontaneously from the vital root of genius, it grows, it is not made: imitations are often a sort of manufacture wrought up by those mechanics, art and labor, out of pre-existent materials not...
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A History of Modern Criticism 1750-1950: Volume 1, The Later Eighteenth Century

René Wellek - Literary Criticism - 1981 - 368 pages
...artifact, a work of design and labor. It "may be said to be of vegetable nature; it rises spontaneously from the vital root of genius; it grows, it is not made." • Biological analogy has replaced the analogy from physics or handicraft. The work of art has become...
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