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" Yet, after all, I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write, of an absence of that tranquillity which is the attribute and accompaniment of power. "
Shelley memorials: from authentic sources, ed. by lady Shelley. To which is ... - Page 96
edited by - 1859
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 19; Volume 82

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1874
...deficiency was one well understood and keenly felt by Shelley himself. In a letter to Godwin, he says, — " I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write,...which is the attribute and accompaniment of power." Sad indeed that this defect, this want of reference to the fundamental key-note of power, should have...
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Every Saturday

1874
...deficiency was one well understood and keenly felt by Shelley himself. In a letter to Godwin, he says, "I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write,...which is the attribute and accompaniment of power." Sad indeed that this defect, this want of reference to the fundamental key-note of power, should have...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 115

England - 1874
...deficiency was one well understood and keenly felt by Shelley himself. In a letter to Godwin, he says, — "I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write,...which is the attribute and accompaniment of power." Sad indeed thut this defect, this want of reference to the fundamental key-note of power, should have...
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The Living Age, Volume 121

1874
...was one well understood and keenly felt by Shelley himself. In a letter to Godwin, he says, — •' I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write,...tranquillity which is the attribute and accompaniment of powe~." Sad indeed that this defect, this want of reference to the fundamental key-note of power, should...
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Ethics and ęsthetics of modern poetry, by J.B. Selkirk

James Brown - 1878
...deficiency was one well understood and keenly felt by Shelley himself. In a letter to Godwin, he says, — ' I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write,...which is the attribute and accompaniment of power.' Sad indeed that this defect, this want of reference to the fundamental key-note of power, should have...
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Ethics and Aesthetics of Modern Poetry

James Brown Selkirk - English poetry - 1878 - 237 pages
...deficiency was one well understood and keenly felt by Shelley himself. In a letter to Godwin, he says, — ' I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write,...which is the attribute and accompaniment of power.' Sad indeed that this defect, this want of reference to the fundamental key-note of power, should have...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume 1

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1881
...faculties, which perhaps comprehend all that is sublime in man, to exist very imperfectly in my own mind I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write,...which is the attribute and accompaniment of power." Other important observations are as follows (I give the first merely as being the earliest definite...
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Our Corner, Volume 4

Annie Besant - Free thought - 1884
..."contemporary productions of the same apparent pretensions ", he goes on to make this confession : " Yet, after all, I cannot but be conscious, in much...which is the attribute and accompaniment of power." Here was a true perception. • Tranquillity is the condition of the mind which has attained clearness...
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A Memoir of Shelley (with a Fresh Preface).

William Michael Rossetti - Poets, English - 1886 - 154 pages
...faculties, which perhaps comprehend all that is sublime in man, to exist very imperfectly in my own mind I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write,...which is the attribute and accompaniment of power." Other important observations are as follows (I give the first merely as being the earliest definite...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 164

1886
...faculties, which perhaps comprehend all that is sublime in man, to exist very imperfectly in my own mind — I cannot but be conscious, in much of what I write,...which is the attribute and accompaniment of power.' ' Adonais ' he valued as the ' least imperfect ' of his compositions ; he speaks of it as a ' highly...
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