They afforded him full opportunity for the exercise of his faculties of acute perception and searching analysis. ... if printed and published, be the most useful , eloquent, and philosophical exposition of the genius of the poet that the world has yet had. ... His ownlanguage in print, graphic as it is, does not convey his full meaning: it wants the vitality, which he could infuse ... However, it is here Cin ARLIa#39;s rr.pdf.
|Title||:||The Life and Literary Remains of C. R. Pemberton; with Remarks on His Character and Genius, by W. J. Fox. Edited by J. Fowler|
|Author||:||Charles Reece PEMBERTON, John FOWLER (Secretary of the Sheffield Mechanics' Institution.), William Johnson FOX|