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'poetising', and, since he has been here, has written some very pretty verses [ 'To a Beautiful Quaker,' see 'Poems', vol.i. pp. 38-41].

American citizeness, with all manner of capability for female voting, female speechmaking, female poetising, and, perhaps, female political action before her.

But the quality in Shelley and in George Sand which bewitched even the austere Matthew Arnold in his green and salad days is the poetising of that liberative eighteenth century philosophy into “beautiful idealisms” of a love emancipated from human limitations, a love exalted to the height of its gamut by the influences of nature, triumphantly seeking its own or shattered in magnificent despair.

"I hope not," Angioletto took him up; "because I have done with poetising and have a mind to try your trade."

But the quality in Shelley and in George Sand which bewitched even the austere Matthew Arnold in his green and salad days is the poetising of that liberative eighteenth century philosophy into "beautiful idealisms" of a love emancipated from human limitations, a love exalted to the height of its gamut by the influences of nature, triumphantly seeking its own or shattered in magnificent despair.

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