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A COURSE OF LECTURES
The Troubadours Boccaccio Petrarch
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allegory ancient Greece appear Beaumont and Fletcher beauty Ben Jonson Cervantes character Christian Coleridge common contemplated Dante devil distinct divine Don Quixote dramatic especially excellence existence express exquisite fact Faery Queene fancy feeling former genius give Gothic Gothic Literature Goths Greek Hence human humour idea images imagination imitation individual instance intellect interest Jonson judgment language latter least Lecture less living Lord Massinger Maxilian mean merit Milton mind moral nations nature never nomos object observation original Othello pantheism Paradise Lost passage passion perfect perhaps person Petrarch philosophy Plato pleasure poem poet poetry polytheism present principle produced Quixote's Rabelais racter reader reason religion Roman S. T. Coleridge Sancho sense Shakspeare Shakspeare's soul Spenser spirit style symbol taste thing thou thought tion Trochee true truth understanding unity verse whole words writers