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Bøker Bok 13 av 3... it is immaterial whether he speaks from feeling or knowledge, for here the gods...
" ... it is immaterial whether he speaks from feeling or knowledge, for here the gods are at work strewing seeds for future discernment and we can only wish that they may proceed undisturbedly to development. But before they can become general, the clouds... "
The Life of Ludwig Van Beethoven - Side 189
av Alexander Wheelock Thayer, Hermann Deiters, Hugo Riemann - 1921
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The Trouble with Genius: Reading Pound, Joyce, Stein, and Zukofsky

Bob Perelman - 1994 - 263 sider
...remark Goethe made about Beethoven brings criticism back to its Romantic youth most uncomfortably: "To think of teaching him would be an insolence even...direction from which daylight will break upon us." 2 Gaping awe and situating oneself in darkness are no longer popular critical stances. When its attributes...
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Anger, Madness, and the Daimonic: The Psychological Genesis of Violence ...

Stephen A. Diamond - 1996 - 402 sider
...development. But before they can become general, the clouds which veil the human mind must be dispersed. . . . To think of teaching him would be an insolence even...the direction from which daylight will break upon us.73 Throughout his tempestuous life, Ludwig van Beethoven (17701827) heroically transformed his heartfelt...
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New Outlook, Volum 152

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1929
...must stand in reverence. . . . Here the gods are at work strewing seeds for future discernment. . . . To think of teaching him would be an insolence even...since he has the guiding light of his genius which often illumines his mind like a stroke of lightning while we sit in darkness and scarcely suspect the...
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