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" O, Hesperus ! thou bringest all good things ; Home to the weary, to the hungry cheer; To the young bird the parent's brooding wings ; The welcome stall to the o'er-labored steer; Whate'er of peace about our hearthstone clings, Whate'er our household gods... "
College Greek Course in English - Page 215
by William Cleaver Wilkinson - 1884 - 302 pages
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Century Readings for a Course in English Literature, Volume 2

John William Cunliffe, James Francis Augustine Pyre, Karl Young - 1910
...the fair throng Which learned from this example not to fly From a true lover, shadowed my mind's eye. O Hesperus! thou bringest all good things — Home...clings, Whate'er our household gods protect of dear, *'4 Are gathered round us by thy look of rest; Thou bring'st the child, too, to the mother's breast....
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Century Readings for a Course in English Literature, Volume 2

John William Cunliffe, James Francis Augustine Pyre, Karl Young - 1910 - 966 pages
...fair throng Which learned from this example not to fly From a true lover, shadowed my mind's eye. Î Hesperus ! thou bringest all good things — Home...clings, Whate'er our household gods protect of dear, 214 Are gathered round us by thy look of rest ; Thou bring'st the child, too, to the mother's breast....
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Twelve Centuries of English Poetry and Prose, Volume 2

1910
...throng Which learned from this example not to fly From a true lover,—shadowed my mind's eye. 107 Oh, Hesperus! thou bringest all good things— Home to...parent's brooding wings, The welcome stall to the o'erlaboured steer; Whate'er of peace about our hearthstone clings, Whate'er our household gods protect...
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Century Readings for a Course in English Literature

John William Cunliffe, James Francis Augustine Pyre, Karl Young - 1910 - 1025 pages
...the fair throng Which learned from this example not to fly From a true lover, shadowed my mind's eye. ce of accent and sound are calculated to excite. The final definition then, so deduce 2I ° To the young bird the parent's brooding wings, The welcome stall to the o'erlabored steer; Whate'er...
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Poems by Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats

James Weber Linn - 1911 - 215 pages
...the Evening Star (Page 177) Compare this with a treatment of the same idea from Byron's Don Juan: "Oh Hesperus! thou bringest all good things— Home to...Thou bringst the child, too, to the mother's breast." Hohenlinden (Page 180) "This battle was fought Dec. 2, 1800, between the Austrians under Archduke John...
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The Vista of English Verse

1911 - 654 pages
...boughs along; ffom a true lover, shadow'd my mind's which learn'd from this example not to fty CVII. Oh, Hesperus! thou bringest all good things— Home to...parent's brooding wings, The welcome stall to the o'erlabour'd steer; Whate'er of peace about our hearthstone clings, Whate'er our household gods protect...
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The Philosophy of Art: The Meaning and Relations of Sculpture, Painting ...

Edward Howard Griggs - 1913 - 347 pages
...*tk but a pictured image strike? That painting is no idol,—'tis too like. • • • • • Oh. Hesperus! thou bringest all good things— Home to...weary, to the hungry cheer, To the young bird the parents' brooding wings, The welcome stall to the o'erlabored steer; Whate'er of peace about our hearthstone...
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English Prose and Verse from Beowulf to Stevenson

Henry Spackman Pancoast - 1915 - 816 pages
...throng Which learn'd from this example not to fly From a true lover, shadow'd my mind's eye. evil Oh, Hesperus! thou bringest all good things— Home to the weary, to the hungry cheer, Ìá To the young bird the parent's brooding wings, Whate'er our household gods protect of dear, Are...
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An Evening in My Library Among the English Poets

Stephen Coleridge - 1916 - 217 pages
...not a breath crept through the rosy air And yet the forest leaves seemed stirred with prayer. ' Oh Hesperus ! thou bringest all good things Home to the...To the young bird the parent's brooding wings, The welcomed stall to the o'erlaboured steer ; Whate'er of peace about our hearthstone clings, Whate'er...
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A Book of English Literature, Selected and Ed

Franklyn Bliss Snyder, Robert Grant Martin - 1916 - 889 pages
...a balloon? Hesperus! thou bringest all good things— 945 Home to the weary, to the hungry cheer, > et as those by hopeless fancy feigned On lips that are hate'er of peace about our hearthstone clings, Whate'er our household gods protect of dear, 950 •e...
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