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" Co., inasmuch as they have also indorsed the very poor paper of . If Whitman had been able (he was not able, for he tried it and failed) to put his thought into artistic verse, he would have attracted little or no attention, perhaps. Where he is fine,... "
The Writer - 182. lappuse
1913
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The Life of Thomas Bailey Aldrich

Ferris Greenslet - 1908 - 402 lapas
...paper of . If Whitman had been able (he was not able, for he tried it and failed) to put his thought into artistic verse, he would have attracted little...and certainly it is not an improvement on either. A glorious line now and then, and a striking bit of color here and there, do not constitute a poet...
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 76. sējums

1908 - 984 lapas
...paper of . If Whitman had been able (he was not able, for he tried it and failed) to put his thought into artistic verse, he would have attracted little...and certainly it is not an improvement on either. A glorious line now and then, and a striking bit of color here and there, do not constitute a poet...
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The Century: 1908, 76. sējums

1908 - 1006 lapas
...paper of . If Whitman had been able (he was not able, for he tried it and failed) to put his thought into artistic verse, he would have attracted little...and certainly it is not an improvement on either. A glorious line now and then, and a striking bit of color here and there, do not constitute a poet...
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The Friendly Craft: A Collection of American Letters

Elizabeth Deering Hanscom - 1908 - 400 lapas
...paper of . If Whitman had been able (he was not able, for he tried it and failed) to put his thought into artistic verse, he would have attracted little...writing is neither prose nor verse, and certainly is not an improvement on either. A glorious line now and then, and a striking bit of color here and...
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The Dial, 45. sējums

Francis Fisher Browne, Waldo Ralph Browne, Scofield Thayer - 1909 - 330 lapas
...story-teller." Walt Whitman he rated not high among poets. " The greater bulk of his writing," he declares, " is neither prose nor verse, and certainly it is not an improvement on either. A glorious line now and then, and a striking bit of color here and there, do not constitute a poet...
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The Friendly Craft: A Collection of American Letters

Elizabeth Deering Hanscom - 1910 - 444 lapas
...piper of , If Whitman had been able, (he wns not able, for he tried it and f.iileil) to put his thought into artistic verse, he would have attracted little or no attention, perhaps. Where he is tine, he is tine in precisely the way of conventional poets. The greater bulk of his writing is neither...
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Thomas Bailey Aldrich

Ferris Greenslet - 1908 - 320 lapas
...paper of . If Whitman had been able (he was not able, for he tried it and failed) to put his thought into artistic verse, he would have attracted little...and certainly it is not an improvement on either. A glorious line now and then, and a striking bit of color here and there, do not constitute a poet...
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