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" Though, when young, he was bashful and awkward in his intercourse with women, yet when he approached manhood, his attachment to their society became very strong, and he was constantly the victim of some fair enslaver. The symptoms of his passion were... "
Burns Chronicle and Club Directory - Strana 8
1893
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Romantic Love and Personal Beauty: Their Development, Causal ..., Zväzok 1

Henry T. Finck - 1887 - Počet stránok 560
...specimens — those of Burns and Heine. Gilbert Burns, the brother of the poet, writes that the latter " was constantly the victim of some fair enslaver. The...exceeded anything of the kind I ever knew in real life." Heine has given evidence in his letters as well as hi* poems that few even of his equals have ever...
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Romantic Love and Personal Beauty: Their Development, Causal Relations ...

Henry T. Finck - 1887 - Počet stránok 560
...poet, writes that the latter " was constantly the victim of some fair enslaver. The symptoms of h U passion were often such as nearly to equal those of...exceeded anything of the kind I ever knew in real life." Heine has given evidence in his letters as well as hi.s poems that few even of his equals have ever...
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The English Illustrated Magazine

1887
...experience, as long as it lasted, affected him lightly. "The symptoms of his passion." wrote Gilbert, "were often such as nearly to equal those of the celebrated Sappho. I never, indeed, knew that he ' fainted, sank, and died away ; ' but the agitations of his mind and body exceeded anything of the kind I ever...
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Belgravia: A London Magazine, Zväzok 87

1895
...and then he made one which included all. " When he was thus inly moved," says his brother Gilbert, " the agitations of his mind and body exceeded anything of the kind I ever knew in real life. He had always a particular jealousy of people who were richer than himself, or had more consequence....
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The Life and Works of Robert Burns, Zväzok 1

Robert Burns - 1896
...with women, yet when he approached manhood, his attachment to their society became very strong, and he was constantly the victim of some fair enslaver....Sappho. I never indeed knew that he fainted, sunk, ami died away; but the agitation of his mind and body exceeded anything of the kind I ever knew in...
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The Poetry of Robert Burns, Zväzok 4

Robert Burns - 1896
...'he was constantly the victim of some fair enslaver ' — sometimes of two or three at a time ; and ' the symptoms of his passion were often such as nearly to equal those of the celebrated Sappho,' so that ' the agitation of his mind and body exceeded anything I know in real life.' Such, too, was...
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Burns: Life, Genius, Achievement

William Ernest Henley - 1898 - Počet stránok 348
...' he was constantly the victim of some fair enslaver'—sometimes of two or three at a time; and ' the symptoms of his passion were often such as nearly to equal those of the celebrated Sappho, ' so that' the agitation of his mind and body exceeded anything I know in real life.' Such, too, was...
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Sind die Gedichte "Poem on pastoral poetry" and "Verses on the destruction ...

Stewart F. Butchart - 1903 - Počet stránok 60
...Mrs. Dunlop (Wallace IS 57), wo er von der leidenschaftlichen Liebe seines Bruders spricht, sagt, dass „the Symptoms of his passion were often such as nearly to equal those of the celebrated Sappho." Die Bekanntschaft mit Sappho verdankten die Brüder vielleicht ihrem Lehrer Murdoch. Interessante Aufklärung...
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Appleton's Magazine, Zväzok 1

1903
...he was constantly the victim of some fair enslaver " — sometimes of two or three at a time ; and " the symptoms of his passion were often such as nearly to equal those of the celebrated Sappho," so that " the agitation of his mind and body exceeded anything I know in real life." .... And we have...
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The Life of Robert Burns

John Gibson Lockhart - 1905 - Počet stránok 349
...with women, yet when he approached manhood, his attachment to their society became very strong, and he was constantly the victim of some fair enslaver....celebrated Sappho. I never indeed knew that he fainted, swnlc, and died away ; but the agitations of his mind and body exceeded anything of the kind I ever...
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