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" Beethoven chose to make all right in the end. He built the ramparts up. He blew with his mouth for the second time, and again the goblins were scattered. He brought back the gusts of splendour, the heroism, the youth, the magnificence of life and of death,... "
Howards End - Page 41
by Edward Morgan Forster - 1921 - 393 pages
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Jane Austen, a Reassessment

Peter James Malcolm Scott - Literary Criticism - 1982 - 208 pages
...collapse. Panic and emptiness! Panic and emptiness! The goblins were right. . . . Beethoven chose to make all right in the end. He built the ramparts up....the heroism, the youth, the magnificence of life and death, and, amid vast roarings of a superhuman joy, he led his Fifth Symphony to its conclusion. But...
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The Pinter Ethic: The Erotic Aesthetic

Penelope Prentice - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 452 pages
..."the goblins" that EM Forster heard in Beethoven and "the panic and emptiness" they engender following "gusts of splendour, the heroism, the youth, the magnificence of life and of death . . . amid vast roarings of superhuman joy." (34) Forster, like Pinter, has no illusions that they...
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Literature and Music

Michael J. Meyer - Literature, Modern - 2002 - 238 pages
...order must be restored at the end, and Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is no exception: Beethoven chose to make all right in the end. He built the ramparts up....the heroism, the youth, the magnificence of life and death, and. amid vast roarings of a superhuman joy. he led his Fifth Symphony to its conclusion. (HE...
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Literature and Music

Michael J. Meyer - Literature, Modern - 2002 - 238 pages
...order must be restored at the end. and Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is no exception: Beethoven chose to make all right in the end. He built the ramparts up....splendour, the heroism, the youth, the magnificence oflife and death, and. amid vast roarings of a superhuman joy, he led his Fifth Symphony to its conclusion....
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