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" Fresh to that soil thou turn'st, whose ev'ry vale Shall prompt the poet, and his song demand: To thee thy copious subjects ne'er shall fail; Thou need'st but take the pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land. "
The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by ... - Page 56
by English poets - 1790
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1895 - 656 pages
...prompt the poet, and his song demand : To thee thy copious subjects ne'er shall fail ; Thou need'st but take thy pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land. 1 The text here given is that in which this ode wxs first printed, in the Transactions of the Royal...
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The Poems of William Collins

William Collins - 1898 - 234 pages
...poet, and his song demand: To thee thy copious subjects ne'er shall fail ; 15 Thou need'st but take the pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land. II. There must thou wake perforce thy Doric quill; 'T is Fancy's land to which thou sett'st thy feet, Where still,...
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The Poems of William Collins

William Collins - 1898 - 236 pages
...poet, and his song demand : To thee thy copious subjects ne'er shall fail ; Thou need'st but take the pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land. Still more remarkable is the absence of the didactic point of view. In the Eclogues, and even in the...
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The Poems of William Collins

William Collins - 1898 - 234 pages
...poet, and his song demand : To thee thy copious subjects ne'er shall fail ; Thou need'st but take the pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land. Still more remarkable is the absence of the didactic point | ot view. In the Eclogues, and even in...
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The Poems of William Collins

William Collins - 1898 - 234 pages
...poet, and his song demand : To thee thy copious subjects ne'er shall fail; Thou need'st but take the pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land. Still more remarkable is the absence of the didactic point of view. In the Eclogues, and even in the...
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In the Republic of Letters

William Macneile Dixon - 1898 - 240 pages
...his song demand ; To thee thy copious subjects ne'er shall fail ; Thou needst but take thy pencil in thy hand, And paint what all believe, who own thy genial land.' 1 Eg Parnell's Night-Piece on Death, and Blair's Grave, 1743. Here is the kernel of the whole matter,...
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The English Poets

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1901 - 654 pages
...prompt the poet, and his song demand : To thee thy copious subjects ne'er shall fail ; Thou need'st but take thy pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land • The text here given is that in which this ode wis first printed, in the Transactions of the Royal...
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English Poetry (1170-1892).

John Matthews Manly - 1907 - 616 pages
...poet, and his song demand: To thee thy copious subjects ne'er shall fail; 15 Thou need'st but take the pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land. There must thou wake perforce thy Doric quill; 'Tis Fancy's land to which thou sett'st thy feet, Where...
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The Poems of William Collins

William Collins - 1907 - 146 pages
...but take the pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land. n. THERE must thou wake perforce thy Doric quill, 'Tis Fancy's land to which thou sett'st thy feet ; Where still, 'tis said, the fairy people meet Beneath each birken shade on mead...
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English Poetry (1170-1892)

John Matthews Manly - 1907 - 654 pages
...need'st but take the pencil to thy hand, And paint what all believe who own thy genial land. There must thou wake perforce thy Doric quill; 'Tis Fancy's land to which thou sett'st thy feet, Where still, 'tis said, the fairy people meet 2o Beneath each birijen shade on mead...
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