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"M. Du Chaillu has struck into the very spine of Africa, and has lifted the veil of the torrid zone from its western rivers, swamps, and forests. He bas found therein a variety of new types of living creatures, and others which were only partially and imperfectly known.”—The Times.
On the 10th April,
FREDERICK THE GREAT AND HIS FAMILY.
BY LOUISA MÜHLBACH.
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"The historian presents to you the outward face, the external form of history; Historical Romance would show
you the heart of history, and thus bring near to your heart what, else, would stand so far off. To enable him to do this, the writer of an Historical Romance must, indeed, make severe and various studies. He must devote his whole mind and soul to the epoch he would illustrate; he must live in it and feel with it. He must so familiarize himself with all the details, as in a manner to become a child of that epoch; for he can present a really living image of only that which is living in himself. That this requires a deep and earnest study of history is self-evident. Historical Romance demands the study of the historian, together with the creative imagination of the poet. For the free embodiment of the poet can blossom only from out the studio of the historian, as the flower from the seed; as by a reciprocal organic action, the hyacinth is derived from the onion, and the rose from its seed-capsule, so is history and poetry combined in the Historical Romince, giving and receiving life to and from each other.”—Extract from “Remarks upon the Historical Romance."
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