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" Engend'reth what is named by men, sublime. Thus when, our wonted valley left, we gain The mountain's horrent brow, and mark from thence The sweep of lands extending with the sky; Or view the spanless plain; or turn our sight Upon yon deep's immensity;... "
Prometheus bound, tr. from Ęschylus, and miscellaneous poems, by the ... - Page 76
by Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1833
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Elizabeth Barrett Browning: Selected Poems

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - Literary Criticism - 1988 - 330 pages light. All that doth force this nature back on us, All that doth force the mind to view the mind, Engend'reth what is named by men, sublime. Thus when,...spirit, sends, to spirit's element, To seize upon abstraction: first on space, The which eternity in place I deem; And then upon eternity; till thought...
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