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" Oh ! many are the Poets that are sown By Nature ; men endowed with highest gifts, The vision and the faculty divine ; .Yet wanting the accomplishment of verse... "
The Literary Souvenir, and Cabinet of Modern Art - Page 113
by Alaric Alexander Watts - 1835
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Portraits of Friends

John Campbell Shairp - 1889 - 212 pages
...imagination enough to have furnished forth half-a-dozen poets. Wordsworth's saying is well known " Oh, many are the poets that are sown By nature, ...highest gifts, The vision and the faculty divine, Yet wanting the accomplishment of vene." Coleridge, I think, has questioned this. But if Wordsworth's...
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The Writer, Volume 2

1889
...poetry. Ben Jonson declared that "a good poet's made as well as born," and Wordsworth says : " many are the poets that are sown By nature, men endowed...with highest gifts, The vision and the faculty divine : Yet wanting the accomplishment of verse, Which, in the docile season of their youth, It was denied...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1889 - 928 pages
...days I learned To weigh with care his words, and to rejoice In the plain presence of his dignity ! Oh ! many are the Poets that are sown By Nature ; men endowed with highest gifts, 416 417 (Which, in the docile season of their youth, h was denied them to acquire, through lack Of...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1889 - 928 pages
...1 learned To weigh with care his words, and to rejoice In the plain presence of his dignity ! Oh I many are the Poets that are sown By Nature ; men endowed with highest gifts, 4i6 4'7 (Which, in the docile season of their youth, It was denied them to acquire, through lack Of...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 98

1906
...that which eradicates. The latter is the easier and the more ancient method. Wordsworth writes: Oh, many are the poets that are sown By Nature, men...highest gifts, The vision and the faculty divine. But with this broad-sowing of the highest gifts it is astonishing how few come to maturity. I imagine that...
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American Poetry Magazine, Volumes 1-2

1919
...in thought, even though he be not able to express himself in rhyme and meter." As Wordsworth muses : "Many are the poets that are sown By Nature ; men endowed with highest gifts, The vision and faculty divine ; Yet wanting the accomplishment of verse." During the course of our essay, we do not...
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Wordsworth a Re-interpretation

F. W.. Bateson - 1903 - 227 pages
...difficulty is admitted, or rather emphatically asserted, by Wordsworth. It appears in the Excursion : Oh ! many are the Poets that are sown By Nature ;...with highest gifts, The vision and the faculty divine ; Yet wanting the accomplishment of verse ; These favoured Beings, All but a scattered few, live out...
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Critical Assumptions

K. K. Ruthven - 1979 - 263 pages
...was overlooked by enthusiasts. To the astonishment of Coleridge, it was Wordsworth who declared that many are the poets that are sown By Nature; men endowed...highest gifts, The vision and the faculty divine, Yet wanting the accomplishment of verse.64 If Nature is so prodigal in creating untutored poets, then...
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The Works of Katherine Davis Chapman Tillman

Katherine Davis Chapman Tillman - 1991 - 437 pages
...degrees, by more and more The cloudy summits of our time." AFRO-AMERICAN POETS AND THEIR VERSE "Oh many the poets that are sown by nature, men endowed with...highest gifts, the vision and the faculty Divine; yet wanting the accomplishment of verse, which in the docile season of their youth, it was denied them...
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The Letters of Charlotte Brontë: 1829-1847

Charlotte Bronte, Charlotte Brontë - 1995 - 627 pages
...the phrase in conversation, or Southey might recall Excursion v. 76-80: 'Oh! many arc the Poets mat are sown | By Nature; men endowed with highest gifts, | The vision and the faculty divine; 1 Yet wanting the accomplishment of verse.' 10. CB's imaginary Angrian characters and adventures filled...
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