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" Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in poetry: he who neglects the indispensable mechanical part, and thinks he has done enough if he shows spirituality and feeling; and he who seeks to arrive at poetry merely by mechanism, in which he can... "
Matthew Arnold: Poet and Critic - Page 34
by Arnold Schrag - 1904 - 94 pages
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1853 - 248 pages
...tua turbida terrent Dicta : Dii me terrent, et Jupiter hostis. Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in poetry : he who neglects the indispensable...and feeling ; and he who seeks to arrive at poetry merely by mechanism, in which he can acquire an artisan's readiness, and is without soul and matter....
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1856 - 336 pages
...tua turbida terrent Dicta: Dii me terrcnt, et Jupiter hostis. Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in poetry : he who neglects the indispensable...and feeling; and he who seeks to arrive at poetry merely by mechanism, in which he can acquire an artisan's readiness, and is without soul and matter....
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1856 - 336 pages
...lua turbida terrent Dicta : Dii me terrenl, et Jupiter hostis. Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in poetry : he who neglects the indispensable...mechanical part, and thinks he has done enough if ho shows spirituality and feeling: and he who seeks to arrive at poetry merely by mechanism, in which...
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Victorian Poets

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1875 - 441 pages
...verse, saying of himself : " Dii me terrent, et Jupiter hostis ! Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in poetry: he who neglects the indispensable...artisan's readiness, and is without soul and matter. And he adds, that the first does the most harm to Art, and the last to himself." Quite as frankly Arnold...
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Scribners Monthly, Volume 7

1874
...verse, saying of himself : " Dii me terrent, el 'Jupiter hostis ! Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in poetry : he who neglects the indispensable...poetry by mere mechanism, in which he can acquire an artizan's readiness, and is without soul and matter. And he adds, that the first does the most harm...
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Irish Essays: And Others

Matthew Arnold - 1882 - 308 pages
...me tuaferuida terrent Dicta ; . . . Dii me terrent, et fastis. Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in\ poetry : he who neglects the indispensable...and feeling; and he who seeks to arrive at poetry merely by mechanism, in which he can acquire an artisan's readiness, and is without soul and matter....
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Irish Essays: And Others

Matthew Arnold - 1882 - 308 pages
...has done enough if he shows spirituality and feeling ; and he who seeks to arrive at poetry merely by mechanism, in which he can acquire an artisan's readiness, and is without soul and matter. And he adds, that the first does most harm to art, and the last to himself. If we must be dilettanti...
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Mixed Essays: Irish Essays and Others

Matthew Arnold - 1883 - 507 pages
...fervida terrent Dicta ; . . . Dii me terrent, et Jupiter hostis. Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in poetry: he who neglects the indispensable...and feeling ; and he who seeks to arrive at poetry merely by mechanism, in which he can acquire an artisan's readiness, and is without soul and matter....
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Mixed Essays: Irish Essays and Others

Matthew Arnold - 1883 - 507 pages
...fervida terrent Dicta; . . . Dii me terrent, et Jupiter hostis. Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in poetry: he who neglects the indispensable...and feeling; and he who seeks to arrive at poetry merely by mechanism, in which he can acquire an artisan's readiness, and is without soul and matter....
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Victorian Poets, Volume 1

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1887 - 521 pages
...verse, saying of himself : " Dii me terrent, et Jupiter hostis ! Two kinds of dilettanti, says Goethe, there are in poetry: he who neglects the indispensable...artisan's readiness, and is without soul and matter. And he adds, that the first does the most harm to Art, and the last to himself." Quite as frankly Arnold...
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