Sunday, November 17, 2013
"His poetry breathes a sympathy which shows a long association with the world of reality, an intimate knowledge of its ways. It is a poetry of home, set amid the peaceful surroundings of a green countryside, so typically English; its atmosphere is that of a national tradition revived and fully conscious of it's worth."
From The Religious Awakening
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Labels: criticism, Daily Dose, Emile Legouis, History of English Literature, Louis Cazamian, poetry, Quotations, William Cowper
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