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Usually an attentive reader can find a huge philosophic context in poetry. There are some specific features of this genre in different countries.
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The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night contains two hundred and sixty-four stories of all lengths, from an anecdote of half a page to a “history” of several hundred pages.
The stories are very unequally distributed over the different Nights, which again vary greatly in length, the first fifty or sixty being nearly three times the. The idea of The Human Comedy was at first as a dream to me, one of those impossible projects which we caress and then let fly; a chimera that gives us a glimpse of its smiling woman's face, and forthwith spreads its wings and returns to a heavenly realm of phantasy.
But this chimera, like many another, has become a reality; has its behests, its. On publishing in book form in Italian, I made a few slight alterations here and there and added three brief essays, placed as an appendix to the first part.
The new erroneous form of history thus obtained is poetical history. These difficulties and vain-tentatives of pragmatic historiography have caused it to be looked upon with.
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ON THE PROSODY OF THE ARABS; WITH SPECIMENS OF THE POETRY OF "THE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS." [In the New Quarterly Magazine, for January and April,there appeared two excellent papers on "The Thousand and One Nights," from the pen of Mr.
John Payne—author of "The Masque of Shadows," "The Poems of Francis Villon," and other. Online Library of Liberty. the first sketch of what afterwards formed volumes,—these various tentatives afterwards abandoned for something more complete or more final; all these, if I am not mistaken, will not be uninteresting either to those persons who, approving the result of my labours, might be curious to know every step of the road.
The poetical quotations in Numbers are of the utmost importance, not only as helping to determine the date of the book but as indicating the value of poetry in its bearing on history.
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A historical survey of ancient tentatives at hell lore shows diverse starting points and interests. There is just a germ of such speculations in Sumerian. When hell fire first appears in Egypt, it goes together with the fear of magic from the dead; in Zoroastrianism and Judaism it is partisan interest which makes the adherents of the wrong Author: Walter Burkert.
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He found England in every way gratifying and satisfactory, and more of a contrast with things American than he had ever dared to hope.62 Aristotle, in the first book of Metaphysica (, b.
17), when repeating a statement made in the Theætêtus of Plato ( D), that wonder is the beginning, or point of departure, of philosophy — explains the phrase by saying, that wonder is accompanied by a painful conviction of ignorance and sense of embarrassment.