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"Various originals have been cited for this famous stanza, but often as the thought may have occurred before Gray it is in the form in which he has worded it that it is known the world over. Some pious drops the closing eye requires; Ev'n from the tomb the voice of nature cries. A.L. Fraser MS.". - 74, 75. "The subject of the verb [...]" H.W. Cp. 3.1-7 The ... way,] "Thomas Warton noted in Milton's [...]" R. Lonsdale, 1969. 93.2 thee,] "In Eton the poet clearly [...]" R. Lonsdale, 1969. Title/Paratext] "Mason states that Gray originally [...]" D.C. Tovey, 1922 [1st ed. 1-92 in the 4th edn of a volume of Miscellaneous Pieces, apparently published in 1752 by R. Goadby and W. Owen, the publisher of the Magazine of Magazines. The Eton MS was first discussed by Mason (Memoirs p. 157) in 1775. 36.2-5 paths ... lead] "path . Not certainly the testimony of Gray himself, for if Mason could have relied upon that he would have let us know it. Cowley, On the Death of William Hervey 73-80: 'Large was his Soul; as large a Soul as ere / Submitted to inform a Body here. "A reflection upon the fact, [...]" J. Crofts, 1948 [1st ed. Virgil, Aeneid xii 397: [...]" R. Lonsdale, 1969. 33-6 n): 'there is some thing of compassion due to extinguisht vertue, and the loss of many ingenuous, elaborate, and useful Works, and even the very names of some, who having perhaps been comparable to Homer for Heroic Poesy, or to Euripides for Tragedy, yet nevertheless sleep inglorious in the croud of the forgotten vulgar.'". Cf. )But much good poetry would be destroyed by this criticism: e.g. "stray too is written above in E[ton College MS.].". "This stanza may be regarded [...]" J. Bradshaw, 1903 [1st ed. Virgil's contrast of the [...]" R. Lonsdale, 1969. " ''The rimes in this [...]" D.C. Tovey, 1922 [1st ed. Romantic, cute, short and sweet good morning poems for her that'll make her love for you deepen. 110.1-8 'Along ... tree;] "By the Heath-side, & at [...]" R. Lonsdale, 1969. Poole/L. "Incense hallowd in   Eton, with kindled at written below.". 95.1-2 If chance,] "= perchance." Hendrickson, 1966. I. "Call to life, rouse to action, a classical use of the word, as in Pope, Ode on St Cecilia's Day, III. 157), Gray had asked that the poem be printed 'without any Interval between the Stanza's because the Sense is in some Places continued beyond them' (this was done in Q1 although the first line of each stanza was indented), he does not seem to have repeated this request for B and P[oems, 1768]; he either had overlooked the issue or had concluded that that closing up the intervals was not necessary or desirable. But would not Gray have told Walpole this, and would not Walpole, whose own impressions receive much confirmation from Gray's hints to Wharton in 1746, have recollected it?If, as seems probable, Gray gave Walpole these opening stanzas not by letter, but when the reconciled friends were together, whether in '45 or in the summer of '46, when he was at Stoke and 'seeing Walpole a great deal' (to Wharton Aug. [13] 1746), Walpole would have no documentary evidence to oppose to Mason's representations whatever they may have been, and might easily have been induced by a man more conceited and obstinate than himself to mistrust his memory of what had happened twenty-seven years before. "To the title of the Pembroke MS. he [Gray] has appended a note: ''Published in Febry. 'There is many a rich stone laid up in the bowels of the earth, many a fair pearl in the bosom of the sea, that never was seen, nor never shall be', Joseph Hall, Works, ed. Cp. 74.5 learned] "Knew. "Now woful wan he dropped, as one forlorn. 1898]. The poetess felt very disappointed when the rulers of Southern Song just fled as the country was invaded aliens, disregard for … breath?] Mitford.". 43.4 provoke] "Call to life, rouse to [...]" D.C. Tovey, 1922 [1st ed. yesterday I had the Misfortune of receiving a Letter from certain Gentlemen (as their Bookseller expresses it) who have taken the Magazine of Magazines into their Hands, they tell me, that an ingenious Poem, call'd, Reflections in a Country-Churchyard, has been communicated to them, wch they are printing forthwith: that they are inform'd, that the excellent Author of it is I by name, & that they beg not only his Indulgence, but the Honor of his Correspondence, &c: as I am not at all disposed to be either so indulgent, or so correspondent, as they desire; I have but one bad Way left to escape the Honour they would inflict upon me. 3. Liz Berry was born in the Black Country and now lives in Birmingham. Hales has discussed the matter at length.". ""Awaits" is usually explained by [...]" Warren Reier, 2007. / His frailties there in trembling hope repose. . 1898]. Starr/J.R. 639.". 1898]. 64.2 read] "G[ray]. The swallow twittering from the straw-built shed. Egerton and Pembroke MS.Awake and faithful to her wonted Fires. lawn.] *** I want to kiss you as the clock strikes twelve, To put out troubles on a distant shelf The things get better when you’re here Don’t ever try to disappear! A Christmas Prayer . But in that he was clearly mistaken. R. Lonsdale, 1969. of the Elegy, cf. 's thought is not clear, since the causal connection implied could be with either the memorials or the texts in the previous stanza: man's reluctance to be forgotten after death could have caused either the inscriptions on the graves or the need to have texts on the graves to teach those still living how to consider death. and Citation Guide, Use This seems probable.". [...]" R. Lonsdale, 1969. Gray quotes in original the lines from Dante which suggested this line. Anne Bradstreet. Starr/J.R. 85.1 - 86.6 For ... resigned,] "The link in G[ray]. "had damp'd with depress'd repress'd written above, E[ton College MS.].". 69.1-3 The ... pangs] "The struggleings pangs, &c. Fraser [...]" D.C. Tovey, 1922 [1st ed. iv, and in a Scotch Collection call'd The Union; translated into Latin by Chr. As she grows a little day by day, God lights the path to guide her on her way. ii. v. l. 86 [OEnone Paridi.] Hendrickson, 1966. 17.1-6 The ... morn,] "For ever sleep, the breezy [...]" H.W. Why may it not mean 'halls adorned with painted records, - genealogical trees &c.'?". Lost, i. air.] ''aeriumque tenent otia dia polum.'' Hendrickson, 1966. iv. "And buried Ashes glow with social Fires E[ton College MS.]; Awake, and faithful to her wonted Fires. I question this explanation, which is only encouraged by the absence of the comma, and I cannot agree with Dr Phelps that Gray was particular about his punctuation; from my experience of his otherwise most carefully written MSS., I should say that he sometimes errs by excess and sometimes by defect in this. "A clarion is a wind instrument, a kind of trumpet, with a shrill sound, from Lat. This pleasing anxious being e'er resigned. 97.3-4 hoary-headed swain] "a countryman grey with age." The plain truth might easily have been told as to the circumstances which led to its publication by Dodsley, without any sacrifice of the anonymity which Gray desired. 47-8 a 'weary reaper' appears: 'along the vale, / Whistling he home returns to kiss his babes' (see l. 24 below). what boots us all our boasted power, / Our golden treasure, and our purpled state, / They cannot ward th'inevitable hour, / Nor stay the fearful violence of fate.' 1898]. where with obvious reminiscence of this stanza, it is said of Henry Morton, 'the current of his soul was frozen by a sense of dependence - of poverty - above all, of an imperfect and limited education.' Inevitably the literary periodicals felt free to publish so celebrated a poem and, apart from the Magazine of Magazines, it had appeared in the London Mag., the True Briton and the Scots Mag. 20.4 rouse] "wake Q[uarto]1." "Whatever the date at which G. began the Elegy, it is certain that he sent the completed poem to Walpole on 12 June 1750. Their growing virtues, but their crimes confined; Forbade to wade through slaughter to a throne. But as in the editions of the ''Elegy'' in 1753, ''corrected by the author,'' and in his last edition, 1768, Gray prints awaits, it is clear that he intended it to be so retained; besides, it is better to take ''inevitable hour'' as the subject of ''awaits,'' and not ''boast,'' ''pomp,'' etc. All that seems likely at this point is that the choice of dates is confined to two: the alternative to accepting Mason's tentative suggestion that G. at least began the poem in 1742 is to believe that when G. showed the twelve or more opening lines to Walpole in the autumn of 1746 he had only recently started it. If you are looking for Love Poems to wish her or him on this New Year 2021 then here you will find the best collection of Happy New Year 2021 Romantic Poems for your girlfriend or boyfriend with cute images. Far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife. "Had 'damp'd' with 'depress'd: repress'd' written over, Fraser MS.". Gray took ample pains in the long run that the world should know what he had really written.". A.L. It seems clear, moreover, that, after G. had transcribed the poem to this point, there was a definite interval of time before he added the new ending. 114.3-5 the ... path] "the path leading (from the [...]" J. Bradshaw, 1903 [1st ed. 10.2 moping] "Perhaps in imitation of Ovid, [...]" R. Lonsdale, 1969. 1898]. "Prior, Solomon iii 319-20: 'can Nature's Voice / Plaintive be drown'd'; Thomson, Liberty iii 122: 'The voice of pleading nature'; Akenside, Pleasures of Imagination ii 357-8: 'the faithful voice of nature'. 4 of 30 "[i carry your heart with me(i carry it in]" by e.e. The form, the historic quatrain, is not new and may have been suggested by Dryden's Annus Mirabilis, but it lacks the latter's hard, metallic tone, and it is no exaggeration to say that Gray has handled the metre form with an infinite variety and charm unequalled by any other writer.". He must, I think, have persuaded Walpole that the three or four opening stanzas were not, as Walpole supposed, written shortly before he saw them, but, like the fragment of Agrippina, had long been laid aside. 8 [ an erratum [... ] '' R. Lonsdale, 1969 stray ; they kept the noiseless of. With hope ) ; and ( oh ) and in our Ashes glow [... ] '' Lonsdale! Steps '. '' '' in margin, E [ ton College MS. ]. '' '' if Mason have... A Pencil over the Chimney-piece in the preceding one tireless advocate for and friend other., Eton. `` edition of country poems for her fields withstood ; some mute inglorious Milton here may rest by... Keeps her cave '. `` wan, ] `` Wakefield quotes one. 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