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" The power of poetry is, by a single word perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind, which compels the imagination to produce the picture. "
The New Laokoon: An Essay on the Confusion of the Arts - Page 125
by Irving Babbitt - 1910 - 258 pages
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The Living Age ..., Volume 264

1910
...flower is dead. "The power of poetry." says Coleridge, "is by a single word, perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind which compels the imagination to produce the picture." The sentence applies peculiarly to the genins of this Eastern verse. it is obvious that a translator...
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The Living Age, Volume 264

1910
...flower is dead. "The power of poetry," says Coleridge, "is by a single word, perhaps, to Instil that energy Into the mind which compels the imagination to produce the picture." The sentence applies peculiarly to the genius of this Eastern verse. It is obvious that a translator...
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Seven lectures on Shakespeare and Milton

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Literary forgeries and mystifications - 1856 - 275 pages
...NINTH LECTURE. opposite page, for coloured prints of what was so patiently and punctually described. The power of poetry is, by a single word perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind, which compels the imagination to produce the picture. Prospero tells Miranda,...
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Seven lectures on Shakespeare and Milton

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Drama - 1856 - 275 pages
...her eyes on the opposite page, for coloured prints of what was so patiently and punctually described. The power of poetry is, by a single word perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind, which compels the imagination to produce the picture. Prospero tells Miranda,...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The tempest. 1892

William Shakespeare - 1895
...COLERIDGE (Seven Lectures, p. 1 16) : The power of poetry is, by a single word perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind, which compels the imagination to produce the picture. Here by introducing a single happy epithet, ' crying,' a complete picture is presented to the mind,...
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Lectures and Notes on Shakspere and Other English Poets

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - English drama - 1883 - 552 pages
...her eyes on the opposite page, for coloured prints of what was so patiently and punctually described. The power of poetry is, by a single word perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind, which compels the imagination to produce the picture. Prospero tells Miranda,...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The tempest. 1892

William Shakespeare - 1895
...and DYCF. (ed. ii) adopted it in his text 154. thy crying self] COLERIDGE (Seven Lectures, p. 116) : The power of poetry is, by a single word perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind, which compels the imagination to produce the picture. Here by introducing...
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Coleridge's Ancient Mariner, Kubla Khan and Christabel

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Huntington, Tuley Francis - 1898 - 109 pages
...etc. See 11. 38, f>80-590. will give some insight into an important phase of Coleridge's poetic art.' "The power of poetry is, by a single word perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind, which compels the imagination to produce the picture." — COLERIDGE, Lectures...
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How to Study Shakespeare

William Hansell Fleming - 1898 - 429 pages
...of the conditions. Presently. At once. Fated. Made favorable \>yfate to the plan. Thy crying self. " The power of poetry is, by a single word perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind which compels the imagination to produce the picture. . . Here, by introducing...
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How to Study Shakespeare

William Hansell Fleming - 1898
...of the conditions. Presently. At once. Fated. Made favorable by fate to the plan. Thy crying self. "The power of poetry is, by a single word perhaps, to instil that energy into the mind which compels the imagination to produce the picture. . . Here, by introducing...
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