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" Gorgons, and Hydras, and Chimaeras dire — stories of Celaeno and the Harpies — may reproduce themselves in the brain of superstition ; but they were there before. They are transcripts, types, — the archetypes are in us, and eternal. "
Essays of Elia - Page 74
by Charles Lamb - 1835 - 412 pages
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Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ...

English poetry - 1788
...ponk, nor other evil sprights, 341 Ne let mischievous witches with their charms, Ne let hob-goblins, names whose sense we see not, Fray us with things that be not : Let not the skriech-ow) nor the stork be heard, Nor the night raven, that still deadly yells, 345...
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Specimens of the British Poets ...

English poetry - 1809
...the ponk, nor other evil spright*, Ne let mischievous witches with their charms, Ne let hob-goblins, names whose sense we see not. Fray us with things that be not : Let not the skriech-owl nor the stork be heard, Nor the night-raven, that still deadly yells. Nor...
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Specimens of the British poets, Volume 1, Part 1

British poets - 1809
...the ponk, nor other evil sprights, Ne let mischievous witches with their charms, Ne let hob-goblins, names whose sense we see not, Fray us with things that be not : Let not the skriech-owl nor the stork be heard, Nor the night-raven, that still deadly yells, Nor...
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Keeper's Travels in Search of His Master

Edward Augustus Kendall - Animal welfare - 1812 - 174 pages
...females. • • . . - .CHAP. XX. • ••,•-••• THE DISCOVERY. > . . Ne let hobgoblins, names whose sense we see not, Fray us with things that be not. SPENSER. THE party having rallied their spirits, returned to the scene of their disasters ; when a...
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The London Magazine, Volume 4

1821
...cell-damned murderer are tranquillity. Gorgons, and Hydras, and Chimeras dire — stories of Celœno and the Harpies — may reproduce themselves in the...transcripts, types — the archetypes are in us, and eternal. Howelse should the recital of that, which we know in a waking sense to be false, come to affect us...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 11

1822
...celldamned murderer are tranquillity. Gorgons, and Hydras and Chimseras dire — stories of tela?no and the Harpies — may reproduce themselves in the...which we know in a waking sense, to be false, come to%ffect us at all ? — or N ames, whoie seine we ice not, Fray us with things that he not ( Is it...
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Select British Poets, Or, New Elegant Extracts from Chaucer to the Present ...

William Hazlitt - English poetry - 1824 - 822 pages
...the ponk, nor other evil sprights, Ne let mischievous witches with their charms, Ne let hob-goblins, t sneering, Let not the scriech-owl nor the stork be heard, Nor the night-raven, that still deadly yells. Nor damned...
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Select Poets of Great Britain: To which are Prefixed, Criticial Notices of ...

William Hazlitt - English poetry - 1825 - 562 pages
...the ponk, nor other evil sprights, Ne let misehievous witehes with their eharma, Ne let hob-goblins, gueX @ ( : Let not the serieeh-owl nor the stork be heard, Nor the night-raven, that still deadly yells, Nor...
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The Fairy Mythology, Volume 2

Thomas Keightley - Fairy tales - 1828
...evil sprites, 1 120 GREAT BRITAIN. Ne let mischievous witches with their charms, Ne let hob-goblins, names whose sense we see not, Fray us with things that be not. Epithalamion. These terms are also distinguished in the " Scourge of Venus :" And that they may perceive...
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Epea pteroenta. Or, The diversions of Purley. To which is annexed ..., Volume 1

John Horne Tooke - 1829
...PONKE, nor other evill sprights, Ne let mischievous witches with theyr charmes, Ne let hobgoblins, names whose sense we see not, FRAY us with things that be not." Spenser: Epitlialamion. Todd supposes POUKE to be the true reading, ie PUCK, or Riitiiii Goodfellow....
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