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" All high poetry is infinite ; it is as the first acorn, which contained all oaks potentially. Veil after veil may be undrawn, and the inmost naked beauty of the meaning never exposed. A great poem is a fountain for ever overflowing with the waters of... "
Blackwood's Magazine - 503 psl.
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The Bibelot

Thomas Bird Mosher - 1907 - 472 psl.
...century shone forth from republican Italy, as from a heaven, into the darkness of the benighted world. His very words are instinct with spirit ; each is...burning atom of inextinguishable thought ; and many yet He covered in the ashes of their birth, and pregnant with the lightning which has yet found no conductor....
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Italy and the English Romantics– Passages from the Autobiography

Leigh Hunt - 1984 - 328 psl.
...except Shakespeare? And two years later in the Defence of Poetry, he is overflowing in his praise: 'His very words are instinct with spirit; each is...spark, a burning atom of inextinguishable thought.' The profound impression which Dante made on Shelley and its effect on his very conception of poetry...
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