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" I looked at the individual for a moment, who smiled and smirked to himself applause, and then I turned my eyes upon the hearse proceeding slowly up the almost endless street. This man, this Byron, had for many years past been the demi-god of England,... "
Lavengro: The Scholar--the Gypsy--the Priest - Side 104
av George Borrow - 1851
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The North American Miscellany, Volum 2

1851
...illustrious poet, which have been just brought from Greece, and are being conveyed to the family vault ia shire.' " ' An illustrious poet, was he '.' said I....despised, and, when they died, a few poor mourners only bad followed them to the grave ; but this Byron had been made a half god of when living, and now that...
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The North American Miscellany, Volum 2

1851
...rather worshippers, of Byron, and all doatedon his ver^rs; and then I thought of those who, with genins as high as his, or higher, had lived and died neglected....neglected and despised, and, when they died, a few poir mourners only had followed them to the grave ; but this Byron had been made a half god of when...
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Lavengro: The Scholar--the Gypsy--the Priest, Volum 2

George Borrow, George Henry Borrow - 1851 - 550 sider
...thing. Well, perhaps after all it was better to have been mighty Milton in his poverty and blindness — witty and ingenious Butler consigned to the tender mercies of bailiffs, and starving Otway ; they might enjoy more real pleasure than this lordling ; they must have been aware that the world would...
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Chats on Writers and Books, Volum 2

John N. Crawford - 1903
...himself, and then I turned my eyes upon the hearse proceeding slowly up the almost endless street. I thought of Milton, abandoned to poverty and blindness...poor mourners only had followed them to the grave. " Great poet, sir," said the dapper-looking man, " great poet, but unhappy." Unhappy ? Yes, I had heard...
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George Borrow: The Man and His Books

Edward Thomas - 1912 - 333 sider
..."Well, perhaps after all it was better to have been mighty Milton in his poverty and blindness — witty and ingenious Butler consigned to the tender mercies of bailiffs, and starving Otway ; they might enjoy more real pleasure than this lordling ; they must have been aware that the world would...
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