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" ... we have a foreboding that Clough, imperfect as he was in many respects, and dying before he had subdued his sensitive temperament to the sterner requirements of his art, will be thought a hundred years hence to have been the truest expression in verse... "
CHAMBER'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA A DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE - Page 290
1901
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Literary essays

James Russell Lowell - 1890
...versifiers, as the style of a great poet never can be ; and I have a foreboding that Clough, imperfect as he was in many respects, and dying before he had subdued...the moral and intellectual tendencies, the doubt and straggle towards settled convictions, of the period in which he lived. To make beautiful conceptions...
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The English Poets, Volume 4

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1893
...year.] ' We have a foreboding,' says Mr. Lowell in one of his essays, 'that Clough, imperfect as he was in many respects, and dying before he had subdued...settled convictions, of the period in which he lived.' If doubt and struggle were the ruling tendencies of Clough's time, this lofty estimate may well be...
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From Milton to Tennyson: Masterpieces of English Poetry

Louis Du Pont Syle - 1894 - 306 pages
...imperfect as he was in many respects, and dying before he had subdued his sensitive temperament to the requirements of his art, will be thought a hundred...settled convictions, of the period in which he lived.' BIBLIOGRAPHY. LIFE AND TIMES. — Clough taught in verse the old but oft-forgotten philosophy that...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 45

1894
...here adopted. It was with little exaggeration that Mr. Lowell adjudged him the man who most probably " will be thought, a hundred years hence, to have been...and intellectual tendencies, the doubt and struggle toward settled convictions, of the period in which he lived." He was the plaything of conflicting tendencies,...
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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volume 61,Numéro 4

1896
...passed upon Arthur Hugh Clough. " I have a forboding," Lowell once wrote, " that Clough, imperfect as he was in many respects, and dying before he had subdued...settled convictions, of the period in which he lived." That his poetry has never been widely read is not to be wondered at. The themes of love and passion,...
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Studies in Interpretation: Keats-Clough-Matthew Arnold

William Henry Hudson - 1896 - 221 pages
...whom Mr. Lowell, without exaggeration, has written: " I have a foreboding that Clough, imperfect as he was in many respects, and dying before he had subdued...settled convictions, of the period in which he lived." ' 1 Essay on Swinburne's Tragedies. See also his passing judgment in his paper On a Certain Condescension...
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New Essays Towards a Critical Method

John Mackinnon Robertson - 1897 - 378 pages
...Study Windows, 6th ed. , p. 56). The other is, " We have a foreboding that Clough, imperfect as he was in many respects, and dying before he had subdued...settled convictions, of the period in which he lived" (Essay on " Swinburne's Tragedies," ibid. p. 157). The latter verdict will doubtless hold good of Clough's...
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Syllabi of the American Society for the Extension of University Teaching

American Society for Extension of University Teaching - 1897
...his compositions, whether in prose or verse." — S. Waddington, 'Arthur Hugh Clough.' "Clough . . . will be thought a hundred years hence to have been...settled convictions of the period in which he lived."— .7. B. Lowell, ' My Study Windows.' " Some life of men uublest He knew, which made him droop, and fill'd...
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New Essays Towards a Critical Method

John Mackinnon Robertson - 1897 - 378 pages
...thought a hundred years hence to have been the truest expression in verse of the moral and intellictual tendencies, the doubt and struggle towards settled convictions, of the period in which he lived" (Essay on "Swinburne's Tragedies," ibid. p. 157). The latter verdict will doubtless hold good of Clough's...
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The Cambridge Review, Volume 18

1897
...the American Lowell, declared that " in a hundred years the poetry of Arthur Clough will be thought the truest expression in verse of the moral and intellectual tendencies, the doubt, the struggle towards settled convictions, of the period in which he lived."! It has been said of such...
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