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Not to dazzle with profuse


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Not to dazzle with profuse descriptions of character and events and passions. The greatest poet is not content with dazzling his rays over character and events and passions and scenery and does not descend to moralize or make applications of morals. The soul has that measureless pride which consists in never acknowledging any lessons but its own . . . . this invariably. But to bring the Spirit of all events and persons and passions to the formation of the one individual that hears or reads . . . . . of you up there now.

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