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Sheer into the heart. Probably the latter is the meanine hera. Four galleons drew away. Starboard teems to be derived from A. The derivation of larboard is uncertain. Euckton, in Notejiand Queries makes it a corruptionof 6asio? The terms may have originated in some primitive metiiod of steeling, in which the Bteerer faced, or worked from, the right hand side of the canoe.

Having that within her womb. As a dog that shakes his ears. And the night went down. It is a noble passage for reading practice, com- mencing as it does with the quiet smile of the setting sun, then depicting the heightening horrors of the situation, and closing with the wild defiance and dLsporate resolve of the thrice-wounded Sir Richard.

And the lion then lay dying. Away she sailed with her loss. From the lands they had ruined. Give reasons for your answer. John Raskin, the founder of FnrriiaV. Who feel themselves wrong. Thu inspiration of art, like that of poetry, ia a consciousness of short- coming, a longing after something loftier, nobler, purer, than ordinary life possesses.

Who know also that they are right -Ruskin here takes his stand on the high ground that tliere ia a standard of truth, of absolute perfection, which is unattainable here, but towards wh'ioh true art ia ever striving, ever aspiring. It is so in all departments of truth-seeking. Take away the conviction that there is positive truth, absolute perfection, which one may ever approximate though never reach, and you take away the highest incentive to effort.

Faith in the possible perfection of our ideals is the highest inspiration of art, of poetry, and of life. That true happinesa ia to bo found in doit. The principle is of universal application. Inflame the cloud of life with endless fire of pain.

It has the merit of clearness and originality. It brings up instantaneously the picture of the dark cloud, bordered with fiery flame by the glowing sunbeams. But ia it a good metaphor to suggest the idea the author wishes to convey? Is it easy to associate pain with the darning glory of the sun-kindled cloud? Another and a sadder one.

Study the next three paragraphs and try to condense the answer into a single sentence. By majesty of memory and streng: Can you name them?

The nam nwli h. There have been two or th. Homer represents Creusa, wife of Xuthus. King of the Pe oponnesus. All civic pride and sacred principle. Ideas conveyed by this pair of expressions. Must it be always thus? Strange indeed that with millions of fertile acres untillod, so many should be hun-ry and idle ; that with a superabundance of material in the animd and vegetable kingdoms so many should want for decent clothing, so many for hon.

Surely human brains and hand. This passage is a fine specimen of eloquent and impassioned, yet chaste and tasteful rhetoric. Does it vanish then? The dikmma is skilfully and powerfully used. Either human life vani'''"3 in the grave or it does not. If it does, if it is indeed so brief and perishable a thing, surely it should be made the most of while it lastd. If it does not, then by all the added motives derived from our relations to the great future, we are bound to make the most of the present.

Thus it will be seen the writer used the climax as well as the dUemma, or the dilemma in climacteric form. Nor should we fail to note farther that while the first alternative is fairly put, it is yet put in such form that the condition with its logical concomitants is felt to be antagonistic to our higher reason ; repugnant to every lofty instinct and aspiration of tii -: What figure of speech is most frequently used in the paragrapli ending " then vaniaheth away?

In the flame of its West. Conversations on Some of the Old Poets. Another series of poems aod The Vision of Sir Lavnfal appeared in After some time spent in travel, he was appointed, in , Professor of Belles Lettrea at Harvard, a position afterwards held by Longfellow.

Lowell was the first editor of The Atlantic Monthly, established in , and afterwards became one of the editors of the North American Review.

In these and other magazines he published many poems, essays, and critical papers. Among his prose writ- ings may be mentioned Amomj viij Books, and ily Study Windows, each containing a series of critical and historical studies, to which are addeil, in the latter, observations on nature and con- iemporary life. But the writings which moat indelibly stamp him as both a wit and a genius of no mean order are the Bhjlow Papers, two series of satirical poems, the first of which was written to mark his detestation of the Mexican war, and the second, with somewhat deeper feeling, to express his sentiments during the great Rebellion.

Lowell was sent as Minister Plenipotentiary to Spain, and in he was transferred to hold a similar relation to the British Government. From the latter position he retired in , and returned to his native country, where he has since resided. Authentic— Distinguish this word from genuine. The scale extends over deo-rces ranging fi'om 32 deg-. In the Celsius, or centigrade, thermometer the scale between the freezing and boil- ing points of water is degrees, decimally divided.

It is in high favor among scientific men. Reaumur's thermometer divides the scale into eiglity degrees, zero being the freezing point of water and 80 degrees its boiling point.

There are many varieties of the family Paridce to all of which the name titmouse is popularly given. TheJ are small, active, sprightly birds, more numerous in dd and temperate than in warm climates.

The robin has a bad reputation, etc. As a master of English he has few equals, and perhaps no supenor. The plentiful seasoning of wit, as well as thT ever- present graces of his style, make him one of the most delightful of authors.

Bloomfield was very poor, and almost un- educated, having been at school but a few mouths in all, just long enough to learn to read and write imperfectly. Yet his Rural rales, Ballads, Songs, etc. These almanacs were chiefly remarkable for the series of proverbs or maxims they contained.

Lowell here refers, no doubt, to the economical and prudential character of the philosophy taught by these proverbs.

Can the student quote some of them? Notes on Literature Ski. But for a' that. It is said to have been first brought to Italy from Cerasunt, on the coast of the lilack sea, by Lucullus after his victory over Mithridates, and to have taken its name from ihat town. Not inferior to Dr. Samuel Johnson 1 are but too well known through his biographers. Few men of eminence have ever been so unmindful of the little courtesies and refinements which do so much to sweeten social intercourse.

The expression is here happily and wittily adapted. The student has only to translate t! Lowell's abounding allusions to persons and things with whom and which he assumes his literary readers to be familiar, keep attention and expectation on the alert.

Secreted sugar enough from the sunbeams. Is it anything more? Jews into the promised land. Jt7T "'"""'' of wonls throughout. Not'a long or involv ',. There are, indeed, very few writers in the language whose prose is better worth reading by one anxious to improve his style.

As in the case of every other, his writings should, of course, be read not as modeb to be imitated, but for the sake of the efifect insensibly produced by familiarity with their remarkable ease and grace. The following passage from Help's Spanish Conquests of America will give the student a vivid idea of the conceptions of nature which gave rise to worship of the sun and other luminaries, and help to bring out the force and beauty of liowell's simile: With no eye to efifect.

How many of the class have ever observed tliia softening of the voice by birds, producing the effect of distance? P thj essays a fascinating cha. Matthew Arnold, eldest son of the celebrated Dr. Arnold of Rugby, was born: Arnold then re B: From to he occupied the posi- tion of private secretary to the late Lord Lanadowne. In the latter year ho received an appointment as one of the Lay In- spectors of Schools, under the Coirmittce of the Council on Edu- cation.

This position he still holds, and in discharge of its duties he has rendered valuable service to the cause of public education. Arnold first achieved literary fame as a poet. His first pub- lication was "Strayed Reveller, and other Poems," in This work was given to the public over the signature " A. In he was was elected Professor of Poetry at Oxford. In the fol- lowing year appeared " Merop3," a tragedy after the antique, prefaced with a treatise on the principles of Jreek tragedy.

Three years later in some lectures "On Translating Homer," he advocated the adoption of the English hexameter as the best equivalent to the Homeric rhythm, an opinion in which, it is scarcely necessary to add, he stands almost alone. In the same year, , he presented the first of a series of Reports on the educational systems of France, Germany and Holland, which countries he had visited as Foreign Assistant Commissioner to the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the state of popular education.

In he again visited the Continent to acquire in- formation respecting foreign schools for the middle and upper classes, and during the current year he has made a third visit and presented to the Commissioners another valuable report on the same subject.

Arnold visited America in , and again in and whUe there delivered some lectures, written with his usual ability and high literary finish. Arnold's poetry is marked, as will be seen in the subjoined extract, by purity of style and diction, and by every evidence of a refined and cultivated taste.

Of late years he has confined himself exclusively to prose, of which he is one of the greatest of living masters. His numerous essays on political, social, literary, edu- cational, and religious topics are models of clear and elegant expiessioa, as well as of trenchant criticism. The elegance is that of artistic simplicity, the criticism is unhappily rather of tbc a Fellow of id the posi- le. In the ihe Lay In- icil on Edu- of its duties education, "is first pub- ," in In In the fol- he antique, k tragedy, lomer," he IS the best vhich, it ia n the same 3rt3 on the ind, which lissiouer to i of popular acquire in- and upper third visit a report on , and es, written r.

This latter feature ia atill unfa. The metre is Trochaic Trimeter with numerous substitutions of the trochee and anap. The effect is llZ in keeping w. Song'of Song" H 3 '" '' For that force surely. Conscious or not of the past. In an article in the Canadian Monthly, Mr. Goldwin Smith, aome years since, developed this dreary idea.

Still thou upraisest with zeal. Arnold's work at Rugby. Most men eddy about. And there are some. No one can study this wonder- ful passage without realizing in some measure through what foarful midnight darkness and tempest the soul of Matthew Arnold must have passed, only to reach the loneliness and chili of the icy peaks of philosophical scepticism.

The history oJ months or years of life and death struggle is, we may readily be- lieve, compressed into the grand, awe-inspiring metaphor of thu magnificent paragraph. Sadly he must have needed the ho.

Their hanging ruin—A very effe.. Dank, apace, avstere, buoyant, oblivion, goal, tactiturn, avalanche, arid, faction, beacon. Arnold has no livint,' superior. Thougli some- times slovenly in the versificatio. Goldwin Smith was born in , at Reading, England, where his father was a physician. He was educated at Eton and Ox- ford, taking his degree of B. Two years later he was called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn, but lo never practised his profession. He is never to I'larht". Milton gave to English literature its one gnat epic in , only a few years before the Revolution which trans formed England into another nation.

There have been few famous men whose writin. The Revolution of i Each benefice was called a " plurality. The first great English novelist. Tom Jones, the hero of his most famous iio. He was possessed of considerable it, but Bll about the gri at epio ich trans t fitly do. As to the est his character ,s no doubt fitly described in the text. Addison has endowed this famous creltTon of h. Write explanatory notes upon Puritan, Nonconformist, Whig, Unitarian, Pronounce and define the following words: Thomas Henry Huxley was born at Ealing, Middlesex, in His father was one of the masters of the public school ui Ealing, and in that school he reoeived his preliminary education, This preparatory training was supplemented by a course of dili- gent private study, which included German scientific literature and the study of medicine.

In the latter subject he was assisted by a brother-in-law who was a physician. He also subsequently attended a course of lectures at the Medical School of the Charing Cross Hospital. In the took the degree of M. Having passed the requisite examinations he was appointed assistant-surgeon to H. Victor, for service at Haslar Hospital.

He afterwards had the same appointment in H. Rattlesnake, in which he " During this cruise he collected the materials for a work on " Oceanic Hydrozoa. Huxley was elected a Fellow of the Boyal Society. His system takes no account of intuire or supernatural teachings. Who learn the laws which govern. It will be well, however, to caution the student against accepting it as more than a half -truth, at least until he has carefully studied the whole subject. Ignorance is visited as sharply.

Discuss the proposition briefly. The object of what we commonly call Education. If so, in what does it consist? To come to heel. A metaphor borrowed from a dog trained to follow at the heels of its master. Vigorous will, tender conscience. Give definition and mark pronunciation of phenomena, monitor, extermination, compulsory, incapacity, discipline, preliminary, fMchaniam, ascetic, beneficent. He was born in He entered as a commoner at Balliol College, Oxford, in , but left the University without graduating.

His first literary venture, avolume published in , containing two plays, "The Queen Mothor," and "Rosamond" attracted little atten- tion ; but "Atalanta in Calydon," a tragedy, which appeared in , at once established a reputation whioh has been well sus- huned by numeroiw saooeeding publications.

The foregoing is by no means a complete list of his works, but will suffice foi- the purposes of this sketch. The Iambus is often substituted for the Anapaest, especially at the beginning of the lines, and many of them have a hypermetrical sylkble at the end making a double rhyme. The student should scan so many of the verses in each case as is necessary to make him familiar with the metre.

The word is now rare, but common in Shakespeare. Would a ghost not rise. This touch ia finely suggestive of the intense loneliness of the scene. They are loveless now. Christian philosoly affords a better poetic inspiration. W is deeper than the grave. The words of the lasf line may have been cuggested by I. Compare the tLouS conveyed by the two writers.

The son was appointed assistan hbraraan at the British Museum in In and 8 4 he v,s,tec. Poo4;" in , 1. Can you tell if there fs any LcuZ tv. Far away, by the sea. See note on drouth in Worcester's Dictionary Fragrant. Whether the poet has tliat fact in min. Stanza 3, Soft rich throats. Tlie song-thrush, or throstle Scotch mavis , is celebrated for the mellow richness of its notes. The thrush is common in botii iMirope and'America, the black-bird being one of the commonest varieties.

Many of these varieties are migratory. Musical thought—A pretty thought very happily expressed. Ihe influence of the mild air of early spring prompts to song. The buds are all bursting. Why "whiter Flashingly shadowing.

It is the eastern "Change. A some- what rare word, but a pretty and poetical one. A species of the narcissus, bearing bell-shaped, vellow flowers. It is a native of England and of most parts of Europe, growing in woods and hedges. A promise that noon fulfils.

A later stage of the spring than tiiose previously alluded to ia indicated. It is a native of I. To swoop and herald. It is made scarcely less wonderful or admirable by being called in the parlance of a. Stanza 4, "the white Algiers. It is a well-known habit of the swallows to assemble in great numbers just before migrating. With a weary sigh. It was long disbelieved, and the old theory that they lay torpid iii winter was clung to, in spite of the destructive fact that no one ever found any of them in their torpid state.

Compose sentences containing each of the following words, and also each of any other words similarly pronounced but different in spelling or meaning, or in both: Air, ea,Jleiv, blue, eaves, brick.: Robert Soiitiiev was born at Bristol in He was the ; Lo.

Joan of Arc was published in The next year he marriecl Miss Fricker, a sister of the wife of his frfe d Coleridge who was married on the same day , and went wh an uncle to Portueal. In he settled at Greta Hall, near Kesw ck where he lived till his death in This quaintly humorous ballad was suggested to Southey by tlie following passage in the writings of Thomas Fuller, D. Neots, a woll arched over with the robes of four kinds of trees-! The reported virtue of the water is this, tiiat whether husband or wife come first to drink thereof, they may get the mastery thereby.

The structure of the ballad is so simple that little is needed in the way of explanation or connnent. Attention may be called to the law of versification which permits of the occasional substitution of a spondee for a dactyl or an anapiest, and vice versa ; or, to speak more in accordance with the English manner of versification, the law which regulates the metre by accents rather than by syllables. Comparing, for instance, the second line in the first and second stanzas with this, And a clear' er one nev' er was seen,' And be- hind' doth an ash' tree grow,' Joy'-ful-ly I he drew' nigh,' we find that while the first has nine syllables, and tlie second eight, the third has but six.

On closer jnspection it is seen that the number of accents in e. An if thou hast. It adds to the quaintness and humor of the style, being probably an imitation of a solecism common in the speech of the time. Note the significance of the well-chosen word sheepishly. It suggests more than many words could have described as to the results to the Cornish-man of having been so out-witted by his r faith.

In the abbreviated lorm the expression may be regarded as an adverb. Did they reallv make any new departure or set any new fashion, sufficiently marked to entitle them to be regarded as the founders of a new Hohool of poets?

Of the three, Wordsworth, Coleridge. Southey whose poems are at the present day exerting by far the greateS influence upon readers and writers of poetry?

Sir Walter Soott was born in Edinburgh in His childhood was mostly spent at Sandyknowe, m Roxburgshiro. Here, on the farm of his grand- father m memory was stored and his imagination stimulated with the ballads and legen.

These, no doubt, had much to ,lo with g. In neither institution di. In he entered his father's law office, and SIX years later was called to the bar. He had fair succeas in the practice of his profession. In he married a lady of French extraction. About the same time his first work, a translation of Burger, ballads, Lenoreand The Wild Huntsman, was puhlishci though his predilection for a literary life bad for Home time before been manifesting itself. It would serve no useful purpose to enumerate here the titles and dates of those subsequent works m poetry and fiction which have made his name immort.

In and the three volumes of his Border Minstrelsy were very favorably received, and in the Lay of the Last Minstrel made him the most popular author of his day. During the next ten years his fruitful pen produced a large number of miscel- laneous works, including Marmion and the Lady of the Lake But as the charm of novelty wore oflT, and his poetic fame began to be to some extent eclipsed by that of r,yron, he gradually turned his talents into another channel in which still greater and more enduring renown awaited him.

He also reaped more substantial rewards in no stinted measure. The history of his financial achievements and disasters is familiar. Perhaps no other man of letters in Great Britian ever reaped such magnificent rewards in the shape of social distinction and pecuniary returns.

To quote the writer of the sketch of his life in Chambers' Encyclo- peedia: Ti'th h but embarked m a great commercial. In this calamity the manly honesty and integritv of his nature w re conspicuously displayed. Disdaining t'o m'ake alZoZoTZ herculean task of working oflf this great burden.

In his exile he longed for Abbots ford, and returned thither to die in As a poet. As works of genius, his creations mnst always maintain a very high place ; as works of art, it would not be difficult to name others to which the palm must be accorded by modern criticism.

The historical incident upon which the scenes described in the nx tract are founded is pretty fully related in the note appended to the text in the P. It is highly desirable, however, that the teacher at least should be familiar with The Talisman as a whole, in order that he may not only view the passage in its proper setting amidst surroundings with which the genius of Scott has adorned it, but may also have become fully imbued with the spirit of the narrative.

Saladin, having heard of Richard's illness, donned the garb of Adonbec el Hakim, the physician, and visited the king's tent. The cure was effected by means of the talisman, a little red purse, which the distinguished Soldan carried in his bosom. Filling a cup with spring water, he dipped the talisman into it, and allowed it to remain for a certain length of time.

He then gave the king the draught to drink. During Ricliard's illness, the Archduke of Austria had planted his own banner beside that of England. On recovering, Richard immediately tore down the Austrian banner and gave it in custody to Sir Kenneth. During a temporary absence. King Richard, in his rage, ordered that Sir Kenneth should be put to death for unfaithfulness to his trust, but pardoned him on f ; i intercession of the physician the disguised Soldan.

That is mterwoven with the narrative. The tale concludes with their marriage Page The heat of the climate.

II engaged in petty wars with the Christians and in strengthening and consolidating his dominions. Provoked by the plundering of a rich caravan by the Christians, in violation of a treaty, he attacked and defeated their army at Tiberias, and stormed and captured Jerusalem and almost every other fortified place in Palestine, The news of the victory having reached Europe and England, led to the organization of the third crusade, under the king of France and Richard Cceur de Lion of England, by whom he was repeatedly defeated and finally compelled to sign a treaty ceding to the Christiana the coast from Jaffa to Tyre.

This occurred a year before his death. Saladin was not only a brave warrior and a skilful general, but a wise admin- istrator, and a man of many noble qualities of mind and heart. His fidelity in the observance of treaties put to shame the bad faith f some of his so-called Christian enemies. Without being themselves exposed to view. The title of " Archduke," or chief-duke, was gradually assumed by the dukes of Austria as a mark of precedence over the other dukes of the empire, though the prefix was not invariably assumed or bestowed.

It is question- able wiiether Scott is not guilty of a sliglit anachronism in here. See foot-note in Reader, The Soldan. They were formerly engthening aidering of treaty, he ormed and fied place ed Europe 1 crusade, E England, npelled to n JaflFa to a was not se admin-. It is well tr. Holy Sspulchre, and of pilgrims resorting thither. Templan ia an abbreviation for "Soldiers of the Temple of Solomon.

The Hermit of Engaddi, Theodorick, was a religious enthusiast. He was an exiled noble, Aberick of Mortemar. He is represented as also foreseeing or fore boding the coming terrible fate of the Grand Master. The word gear denotes properly garb, dress, ornament, and so any useful or ornamental appendage, as the ropes and blocks of ships.

Not according to the canon. A serrated and rocky mount. Notes on Literature Seleotjons. Do so, I pray thee. BlondeL-Blondel de Nesle Neel , xiichard's favorite minstrel. Who would not have said. Having no douLt that. Ethiop to the Hakim Adonbec— See analysis of plot Hakim means properly wiso man, here physician.

Knew not of the formation of ice. To do on, or do of, was formerly used in the sense of to put on or put oflF. Don and dof are modern abbreviations. All the nations of Western Europe were called Franks by the Saracens. Not for his manifold tieasons. For this reason, and its intense, parching heat, it may well be said to poison the atmosphere. Page What if we two should now. If not for Jerusalem, then—King Richard's longing for a tilt now openly displays itself.

John Henry Newman, D. Whately in the preparation of his well-known Treatise on Logic for the press. He was ordained in , and m was selected by Dr.

Whately as vice-principal of St. Alban's Hall, of which Dr. Whately had been made head In he became vicar of St. At this time he was an ardent Protestant and an active opponent of the Roman Catholic Church. He afterwards was one of the most active in commencing and carrying on that remarkable agitation known as the Oxford Movement, or Tractarian Controversy. The great object of this movement was to counteract on the one hand the Romanizing and on the other the dissenting, tendencies of the times.

The mode in which it was sought to accomplish this end was by restoring what was believed to be the Catholic doctrines and observances of theearly English Church. Apostolical Succession Pnestly Absolution, Baptismal Regeneration, and other teachings and practices closely resembling those of the Romish Church were advocated.

To further this end Dr. Newman commenced in to publish the series of tracts known as the Oxford Tracts. Ninety in all of these were published, when their publi- cation was forbidden by the Bishop of Oxford. He obeyed the mandate, but after a few years more of study and ascetic exercises he eventually, in , applied for and obtained admission into the Catholic Church.

In he was appointed rector of the Dublin Catholic University, a position which he retained for five years. Some writers describe them as fair- haired maidens, winged, and flying very swiftly; others as winged orectiues, loathsome, and repulsive to sight and smell, and defiling everything wliich they came near.

The latter is, of course, the description in the mind of the author. If not, what figure of speech is he using? Formed one after the other. According to the more common force of the prefix in, we should expect the ord to mean not numerous, but the prefix is here privative, nor negative. Their whizzing and hissing. These wing-covers are of a leathery texture, narrower than the wings but of the same length. Reckless of death, etc.

Point out other install ces of both characteristics in the extract They took from it. Point out the contrasted words. Select tlie antithetical sentences in tlio extract. They are very freely used much more so than is ordinarily desirable, but here they are doubly justified, first by the nature of the subject, and secondly by the excellent taste with which they are chosen.

Illustrate the last named feature by examples from this and preceding pages v. Robert Herrick was born in London in not in as given in Reader. His father was a goldsmith, and at the a-e of sixteen Robert was apprenticed to his uncle, Sir William Herrick one of the richest goldsmiths of tlic time.

Six years later he entered Cambridge, took his degree in , and became Master of Arts in In , when he was in his 39th year, he iiavmg taken orders in the Church of England, was presented to the rural living of Dean Prior.

He took delight in studying and celebrating in song the rural, semi-pagan customs that survived in the village. These, in fact, furnished the principal themes of his poems, the first of which was A Description of the King and Queen of Fairies, publisiied in Thee, 'chantress of the wooda among-, I woo to hear thy even-soiig'. II Peiiseroso, 64, It opened at the matin hour And fell at even-song. He tuned his notes both even-song and morn. The word is poetically rich by reason of its homelike and sacred associations.

Will go with you along. Does the poet mean that the object of growth is to prepare for decay, or only that decay is an inevitable sequence of growth? In either case, develop the fullness of meaning wrapped up in this short phrase. Perhaps closer study will remove this impression. If anything is meant to suggest everything, it adds immensely to the pathos of the sentiment. As your hours do. Try the line with special emphasis on hours. What is the efifect oil the thought?

Ne'er to be found again. Ii suggests decay without reproduction, deatli without resurrection. As a Christian poet, Herrick might have been expected to suggest that the life of the plant remains in the bulb and re-appears in the new flower ; that no particle of the dewdrop is destroyed, but each dissolved only to re-appear in uew combinations. But the true genius of the poet gradually rose above these mannerisms until hostile critics were obliged to confess tiiat though the bloniishes obscured they could not conceal the lofty nobility of thought, and the freshness, beauty, and refinement of sentiment, in The Excursion and subsequent works.

Critics are even yet divided in opinion as to whetiier "The Lake School"— the term used to denote the works of Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Southey, who happened to live in the same neighborhood in the lake region of Westmoreland, but whose productions have little in common— was first given seriously or as a nickname.

Wordsworth himself certainly deserves to be regarded aa the founder of a new and splendid school of poetry. Without occupying space with further particulars, the following estimate of his rank and work from the pen of a recent writer may be quoted as eminently just and appreciative: His dreams of perfect human brotherhood were at an end, but his imagination sought ideal communion with the pure loveliness and solemn grandeur of the external universe. The school of poets reigning when Wordsworth appeared were blind to nature or looked on it as a dull, dead painting.

Wordsworth set himself to study 'an infinite variety of natural appearances that had been un- noticed by the poets of any age or country. In pure originality, i. Even Keats and Shelley, with all their unique and splendid powers of imagination, do not disdain to learn from him, but he learns from no one. His thougiits have a divine freshness and beauty, as if nature in some supremely gracious mood had whispered to liis soul her inmost secrets, and gifted him with a novel magic in uttering them.

Does it seem a happy one? But as a wave. Nor am I loth. Percy Bysshe Shelley was born in Sussex, England, in He was in some respects a precocious youth, with a peculiarly delicate and sensitive organism. His approach to manhood was signalized by the profession of profound atheism and the pro- duction of wild romances, interesting only by reason of their amazing extravagance.

Only one or two of these ever found their way into print. In Shelley went to Oxford University College , but early the following year he was expelled for having circulated a pamphlet on The Necessity of Atheism.

A year or two later he published Queen Mab, a poem which he hoped would sweep religion from the world, but which he himself afterwards despised as a juvenile eflFort. His first great poem, Alastor, was published in , followed by The Revolt of Islam m In the latter year he took up his permanent abode in Italy. During the four years which intervened before his death he produced iiis grandest works, Prometheus Unboxmd, the Cenci, Adonais, etc.

The Arlonais, in which he deplored the death of Keats, has been by some pronounced the finest elegy in all literature. Some of his lyrics are surpassingly beautiful. Of others of his productions, it is enough to say that one or two were suppressed at the instance of the Society for the Suppression of Vice.

Notes on Litkuature Selections. May it not be that he has in mind rather the silvery or golden gleams that glorifj the edges of the dissolving cloud after the storm has passed over? Sublime on the towers. Criticise the use of the word bower. In a cavern under,- Have you observed anything in the phenomena of thunder and lightning to warrant this description of the lightning as sitting above the thunder?

Can you refer to any passages in the Greek or Latin classics which may have suggested this striking representation of the thunder as imprisoned in a cavern, etc.? Page , And I all the while. It will seem almost like sacrilege to attempt to transform one of these stanzas into plain prose, yet it will be well to have the student do so, preserving the metaphors, in order to enable him to know whether his imagination ha?

Explain and illustrate the sharp and flat sounds of the digrapli th. Would vou regard it as an oxymoron? As a brooding dove. Peep an onoma- topoetic word, probably derived from the chicken's chirp or peep closely following its peeping from the shell suggests the firrt appearance of some shy creature looking over an obstacle or through a crevice. Peer means to look closely or sharply, and therefore continuously. Shakespeare's use of the two words: Here again the student should be required to translate the imagery ot the foregoing stanza into plain prose, in order to assure himself that he realiaes every feature of the picture.

The exercise will nrove voru. Aytoun and Theodore Martin united in in the production of a vohimc of clever parodies and humorous pieces called the Bon Oaultier Ballads. His Ballads of Scotland are regarded as possessing considerable merit. He published, also in connection with Theodore Martin, a volume of translations of Gcethe's minor poems.

But his reputation as a poet rests cliiefly on his Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers, from which the extract is taken. These were published in , and have gone through several editions. They are in the style of the school of Sir Walter Scott, and are full of racy life and thrilling vigor.

Aytoun was also one of the brightest journalists of his day, and was for many years a valued contributor to Blackwood. Of a series of tales published in this magazine, the best known for their broad and robust humor are The Olenmutchkin Raihoay and How I Became a Yeoman. The Rhine is running.

The attention is captured at a stroke. Serried is the par- ticiple of an obsolete verb, serry, to pack or crowd together. See there I— Describe fully the situation as suggested in the first two stanzas. Never thought to dare.

The history of the period records many of his daring exploits. The name appears in a variety of forms in contem" porary records, c. Write a sketch of hia career. When he fought and fell. Note the distinctness with which every feiit. Note, too, the skilful adaptation of the metre to the th.

We have no longer the martial rush of the rhythmical periods, but tlie solemn and sombre tread of a mourn- ful measure. The danger was their meed. Is this spoken in irony or in em nost. The leg-end does not live. Tiiis, however, does not prevent its being true in the higher sense,— true to the facts of Scottish character aai hit ity. Dant6 Gabriele Rossetti was the sou of r;.

ITe M-as born in London in His highest fame was, perhaps, achieved in the domain of art, to thb study of w lich he early devoted himself. Milton's use of the word " And now in littlo space The confines met of enipyrean heaven.

And of this world. Not so, says the poet, with the cloud confines of human life and destiny. Nor morning song, etc. Shall know one day. We name it the old. The present is but a pivot, a transition point, connecting the future with the past, the unknown with the known. Our knowledge of that which is past is confined to some tales or remembrance of it as it was when present, not as It now IS. The friends who have gone we know but as they trere, not as they are.

What of this hate? Does it exist and reign m the beyond? And so of the spirit of love, which is the great counteracting force. The poet may have had in mind the mystic philosophy of the ancient Empedocles who made love and hate the two great antagonistic principles of the universe the one creative, binding together the primitive elements, the otJier destructive, driving them asunder.

Of fangs that mock. England, by the decree of Pope Sixtus V an, fh. Who had spent twenty years mvoyagesof exploration and plunder, was vice-admiral.

James -This is almost an anachronism. Whitehall was the royal residence in Elizabeth's time Sf Tnn,.. Tug at his bullet and chain. A Spanish title formerly ,. Here used for 'Spaniard. He has been a contributor to many n R mes,. The first volumes o'f h.

Dobson has the honor to rench ves. These are the favorite forn. Jeremy Taylor was, by general consent, one of the greatest theological writers and the most eloquent pulpit orator of the seventeenth century. He was the son of a barber, and was born in the town of Can,bridge, England, A. He was admitted to holy orders before he was twenty-one.

His advancement in the Church was rapid, and in Charles I made him a D. After the successes of the Parliamentarians had deprived him of his living, he withdrew into Wales, where he opened a school. During the thirteen years of his seclusion G0 most of his great works were written, The Rule and Exercises of Hob, Living, from which the extract is taken, being among the first. His works are very numerous, nearly all on questions of theology and morals.

After the Restoration he was, in J , elevated to the bishopric of Down and Connor, but this see, which he held until his death in , he was far from enjoying. Though one of his famous works was a defence of the Liberty oj Propheayim,, written on behalf of Church of England clergymen when they were being expelled from their livings by the Puritans, and was the "first famoua plea for tolerance in religion on a comprehensive basis and on deep-seated foundations" ever made, he failed, when in authority, to rise to the level of his own lofty teachings, having within three months of his consecration to tlio bishopric deposed 36 Presbyterian ministers whom the law had placed in his power.

But the spirit of the age was intolerant, and true religious liberty was not understood. In depth of learning, elevation of sentiment, richness of fancy and imagery, and philosophical breadth of view, he had no superior, and in some, at least, of those characteristics no equal in the age in which he lived.

He died in , Page The first paragraph abounds in those subtle reasonings and that brilliant play of fancy for which the author is famous. There is no better exercise for the student than the repro- duction in as few words as possible, consistent with clearness, of the meaning or argument of such a paragraph as this, before details are entered into. For instance, in this first paragraph the au,. Shakespeare s " He that raade ua with suoh large diacourat.

The old writers were ofton lens precise in what we should call the grammatical structure of their seutencea than we now con- sider essential to good writing. In his own infelicity. Hath variety of instances. The idea of this and what follows seems to be tl. Beauty is not made, etc. And so is our felicity. The grammatical structure is careless, but the meaning is made clear by what follows. The old moral philosophy. Even Horace mingles it freely with his Epicureanism.

See, for instance Carm. To press it with the proper arguments. Master of the Scenes-Manager of the play. The metaphor IS, of course, taken from the stage. Let it be as it is. There is a striking simi- lanty between the passive siihuiission here taught as the supreme ol. Modern theology, If we do not mistake, finds in reason and Scripture a larger place for the operation of the individual will as a factor m determinmg conditions and results.

For is not all the world, etc. Note tL short, ringing sentences, the suggestive Mietorical questions, etc. These accidents amongst things eligible. As the adder by that that IS her most vulnerable spot, so the man who exhibits great solicitude in respect to any matter, shows his enemy the we-k po,nt in his character, or the way in which he may be made to suffer most keenly.

Zeno B C. The Stoics held that the universe is governed by a 1: Tlic kiiij,' simi- ti supremo i the in- m men of Modern ui'iptuiu a 3 a factor I our own loiiig and we have Not!

Thm god exercised a moral Kovenuuent nnder wh7ch he good Pain was not nn evi. Freer than the Parthian kine-s 'Vh. It the latter, tiie word freer is. The student might profitably: Benjamin Disraeli was, as his name implies, of Jewish descent He was born in London in The grandfather was described by his grandson m terms which have been quoted as well fitted to describe the latter as "a man of ardent character; sanguine, courageous, apeculafye. At the age of eighteen he visited Germany, and on his return published Vivian Orev which was described by the London Magazine aa "the history of an ambitious young man of rank," and, notwithstanding its bombastic style and other juvenile faults, was pronounced decidedly the cleverest production of the class to which it belongs.

Disraeli visited Italy and Greece. In he was the Radical candidate for the borough of Wycombe and was twice defeated. In he had no better success as a Conservative candidate for the borough of Taunton. Durina these years his pen had been constantly employed, both in political productions and in works of a purely literary character among the latter being The Young Duke , from which the extract is taken.

Many stones, no doubt greatly exaggerated, are told of his extrava- gances and eccentricities in dress, manner, and speech during this period.

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