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" I first saw the city of Rouen, then still in its outward aspect a piece of the Middle Ages : no words can tell you how its mingled beauty, history, and romance took hold on me ; I can only say that, looking back on my past life, I find it was the greatest... "
The Old and the New Renaissance: A Group of Studies in Art and Letters - Сторінка 182
автори: Edwin Wiley - 1903 - 256 стор.
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Signs of Change: Seven Lectures Delivered on Various Occasions

William Morris - 1888 - 202 стор.
...we are on. Less than forty years ago — about thirty— I first saw the city of Rouen, then still in its outward aspect a piece of the Middle Ages :...find it was the greatest pleasure I have ever had : and now it is a pleasure which no one can ever have again : it is lost to the world for ever. At...
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The Life of William Morris, Том 1

John William Mackail - 1899
...beautifully autobiographic passages of "The Aims of Art," "I first saw the city of Rouen, then still in its outward aspect a piece of the Middle Ages :...find it was the greatest pleasure I have ever had : and now it is a pleasure which no one can ever have again : it is lost to the world for ever. At...
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Loiterings in Old Fields: Literary Sketches

James Benjamin Kenyon - 1901 - 250 стор.
...without consideration. While still an undergraduate at Oxford he "first saw the city of Rouen, then still in its outward aspect a piece of the Middle Ages :...mingled beauty, history, and romance took hold on me." And he further adds : "I can only say that, looking back on my past life, I find it was the greatest...
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William Morris: An Appreciation

James Morton - 1901 - 47 стор.
..."The Aims of Art." " Less than forty years ago," he says, " I first saw the city of Rouen, then still in its outward aspect a piece of the Middle Ages....its mingled beauty, history and romance took hold of me. I could only say that, looking back on my past life, I find it is the greatest pleasure I ever...
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Loiterings in Old Fields: Literary Sketches

James Benjamin Kenyon - 1901 - 250 стор.
...words can tell you how its mingled beauty, history, and romance took hold on me." And he further adds : "I can only say that, looking back on my past life,...find it was the greatest pleasure I have ever had ; and now it is a pleasure which no one can ever have again ; it is lost to the world forever;" that...
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Signs of Change: Seven Lectures

William Morris - 1903 - 202 стор.
...we are on. Less than forty years ago — about thirty — I first saw the city of Rouen, then still in its outward aspect a piece of the Middle Ages :...find it was the greatest pleasure I have ever had : and now it is a pleasure which no one can ever have again : it is lost to the world for ever. At...
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The Defence of Guenevere and Other Poems

William Morris - 1904 - 255 стор.
...there, on Rouen town." "Less than forty years ago [in 1854] 1 first saw the city of Rouen, then still in its outward aspect a piece of the Middle Ages :...find it was the greatest pleasure I have ever had : and now it is a pleasure which no one can ever have again: it is lost to the world for ever " (W....
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Methodist Review, Том 81

1899
...consideration. "While still an undergraduate at Oxford he " first saw the city of Rouen, then still in its outward aspect a piece of the Middle Ages :...mingled beauty, history, and romance took hold on me." And he further adds : " I can only say that, looking back on my past life, I find it was the greatest...
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The Collected Works of William Morris: Signs of change. Lectures on socialism

William Morris - 1915 - 281 стор.
...we are on. Less than forty years ago — about thirty — I first saw the city of Rouen, then still in its outward aspect a piece of the Middle Ages:...my past life, I find it was the greatest pleasure 1 have ever had: and now it is a pleasure which no one can ever have again: it is lost to the world...
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