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" Most pale and clear and lovely distances. He often lying broad awake, and yet Remaining from the body, and apart In intellect and power and will, hath heard Time flowing in the middle of the night, And all things creeping to a day of doom. "
The Bookworm: An Illustrated Treasury of Old-time Literature - Страница 319
1890
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The Christian Examiner, Том 76

Edward Everett Hale - 1864
...forms, and superficially indicate various principles. But amidst their fury the attentive ear may hear " Time flowing in the middle of the night, And all things creeping to a day of doom." We propose to analyze these conflicts of the world, — both those which have and those which have...

Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Том 3; Том 66

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1866
...broad awake, and yet Remaining from the body, and apart In intellect and power and will, hath htarJ, Time flowing in the middle of the night, ^ And all things creeping to a day of doom." The modern positivist would demojish at a blow the mystical creed and NeoPlatonic metaphysics of the...

The poetical works of Alfred Tennyson

Alfred Tennyson (1st baron.) - 1872
...clear and lovely distances. He often lying hroad awake, and yet Remaining from the hody, and apart In intellect and power and will, hath heard Time flowing...night, And all things creeping to a day of doom. How conld ye know him f Ye were yet within The narrower circle : he had welinigh reached The last, which...

Poetical Works, Том 1

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1873
...clear and lovely distances. He often lying broad awake, and yet Remaining from the body, and apart In intellect and power and will, hath heard Time flowing...? Ye were yet within The narrower circle : he had wellnio-h reached The last, which with a region of white flame, Pure without heat, into a larger air...

The poetical works of Alfred Tennyson

Alfred Tennyson (1st baron.) - 1873
...heard Time flowing in the middle of the night, And all things creeping to a day of doom. How conld ye know him? Ye were yet within The narrower circle : he had welinigh reached The last, which with a region of white flame, Pnre withont heat, into a larger air...

The Poetical Works of Alfred Tennyson

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1877 - 365 страници
...clear and lovely distances. He often lying hroad awake, and yet Remaining from the hody, and apart In intellect and power and will, hath heard Time flowing...night, And all things creeping to a day of doom. How conld ye know him ? Ye were yet within The narrower circle : he had welluigh reached The last, which...

Events and epochs in religious history, the substance of 12 lectures

James Freeman Clarke - 1881 - 402 страници
...him imd showed him thrones. He often lying broad-awake, and yet Remaining from the body, and apart In intellect and power and will, hath heard Time flowing...him ? Ye were yet within The narrower circle. He had welluigh reached The last, which, with a region of white flame, Pure, without heat, into a larger air...

Alfred Tennyson: His Life and Works

Sir William Robertson Nicoll - 1881 - 203 страници
...of all his lines. Thus — ' He often lying broad awake, and yet Remaining from the body and apart In intellect and power and will, hath heard Time flowing...the night, And all things creeping to a day of doom. ' 'Love' is. remarkable for its tenderness and delicacy — ' Thou foldest like a golden atmosphere...

Complete Poetical Works

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1882 - 635 страници
...He often lying broad awake, and yet Remaining from the body, and apart Inintellectand powerandwill, hath heard Time flowing in the middle of the night,...wellnigh reached The last, which with a region of whit* flame, Pure without heat, into a larger air Upburning. and an ether of black blue, tnvestethand...

The Bookworm: An Illustrated Treasury of Old-time Literature

1890
...fronting one, One forward, one respectant, three but one ! And yet again, again and evermore. For the two first were not, but only seemed, One shadow in...things creeping to a day of doom, How could ye know him 1 Ye were yet within The narrower circle, he had well-nigh reached The last, which with a region of...




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