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" O, but for that series of wretched wars which terminated in the Roman conquest of the world ; but for the Christian religion, which put the finishing stroke on the ancient system ; but for those changes that conducted Athens to its ruin, — to what an... "
Blackwood's Magazine - 503 psl.
1924
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The Prose Works, from the Original Editions, 2 tomas

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1888 - 426 psl.
...the deep sky, were seen above. O, but for that series of wretched wars which terminated in the Roman conquest of the world ; but for the Christian religion,...to what an eminence might not humanity have arrived ! In a short time I hope to tell you something of the museum of this city. You see how ill I follow...
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Shelley– The Man and the Poet, 2 tomas

Félix Rabbe - 1888 - 330 psl.
...deep sky, were seen above. Oh, but for that series of wretched wars, which terminated in the Roman conquest of the world ; but for the Christian religion, which put the finishing strokes on the :mcient system ; but for those changes that conducted Athens to its ruin, to what an...
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The Best Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1892 - 344 psl.
...Oh, but for that series of wretched wars which terminated in the Roman conquest of the world, . . . but for those changes that conducted Athens to its...to what an eminence might not humanity have arrived ! In a short time I hope to tell you something of the museum of this city. You see how ill I follow...
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The International Library of Famous Literature– Selections from ..., 13 tomas

Richard Garnett - 1899 - 582 psl.
...the deep sky, were seen above. 0, but for that series of wretched wars which terminated in the Koman conquest of the world ; but for the Christian religion,...what an eminence might not humanity have arrived! [To ;> friend who had been absent nine years in China, Lamb addressed this quaint and funereal letter....
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With Shelley in Italy– Being a Selection of the Poems and Letters of Percy ...

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1905 - 460 psl.
...the deep sky, was seen above. O, but for that series of wretched wars which terminated in the Roman conquest of the world ; but for the Christian religion,...to what an eminence might not humanity have arrived ! In a short time I hope to tell you something of the museum of this city. You see how ill I follow...
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Essays and Letters

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1905 - 438 psl.
...the deep sky, were seen above. O, but for that series of wretched wars which terminated in the Roman conquest of the world ; but for the Christian religion,...but for those changes that conducted Athens to its ruin—to what an eminence might not humanity have arrived I In a short time I hope to tell you something...
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With Shelley in Italy– A Selection of the Poems and Letters of Percy Bysshe ...

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1907 - 458 psl.
...the deep sky, was seen above. 0, but for that series of wretched wars which terminated in the Roman conquest of the world ; but for the Christian religion,...to what an eminence might not humanity have arrived ! In a short time I hope to tell you something of the museum of this city. You see how ill I follow...
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Letters, 2 tomas

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1909 - 632 psl.
...the deep sky, were seen above. 0, but for that series of wretched wars which terminated in the Roman conquest of the world ; but for the Christian religion,...to what an eminence might not humanity have arrived ! 1 " I stood within the city disinterred ; And heard the autumnal leaves, like light footfalls Of...
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Peacock's Memoirs of Shelley– With Shelley's Letters to Peacock

Thomas Love Peacock - 1909 - 268 psl.
...the deep sky, were seen above. O, but for that series of wretched wars which terminated in the Roman conquest of the world; but for the Christian religion,...but for those changes that conducted Athens to its ruin—to what an eminence might not humanity have arrived! In a short time I hope to tell you something...
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Shelley's Literary and Philosophical Criticism

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1909 - 312 psl.
...embracing the whole of their civilization. ' But for those changes,' he writes in the year 1818, ' that conducted Athens to its ruin, to what an eminence might not humanity have arrived.' i It is, however, for the art of Athens, above all for its sculpture, that Shelley's warmest sympathy...
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