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" ' brown chief" some time, the bards conclude by giving him their advice to " raise his fair locks ;" then to " spread them on the arch of the rainbow;" and «< to smile through the tears of the storm." Of this kind of thing there are no less than nine... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 278
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The Literary and Scientific Repository, and Critical Review, Volume 1

1820 - 568 pages
...[Here he allows him a species of talent, because it belongs to a species which the Critic dislikes.] It is a sort of privilege of poets to be egotists ; but they should ' use it as not abusing it ;' and particularly one who piques himself (though indeed at the ripe age...
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