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" I shall not fall back ; though I don't think them in force or heart sufficient to make much of it. But, onward! — it is now the time to act, and what signifies self, if a single spark of that which would be worthy of the past can be bequeathed unquenchedly... "
Essays: Selected from the Writings, Literary, Political, and Religious, of ... - Pagina 106
di Giuseppe Mazzini - 1887 - 332 pagine
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Histoire de la littérature anglaise, Volume 3

Hippolyte Taine - 1863
...think thém in force and héart sufficient to make much of it. But onward, What signifies self.... Il is not one man nor a million, but the spirit of liberty that must be spread.... Thé mere selfish calculation oupht never to be madc on such occasions and...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1873 - 735 pagine
...signifies self, if a single spark of that which would be worthy of the past can be bequeathed unquenchedly to the future ? It is not one man, nor a million, but the tpb-it of liberty which must be spread. The waves which dash upon the shore are, one by one, broken,...
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New Greece

Lewis Sergeant - 1878 - 423 pagine
...tide they help to advance can reach its full mark. ' What signifies self,' was his generous thought, ' if a single spark of that which would be worthy of...past can be bequeathed unquenchably to the future ? ' Such was the devoted feeling with which he embarked in the cause of Italy ; and these words, which,...
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Life and Writings of Joseph Mazzini: Critical and literary

Giuseppe Mazzini - 1891
...final * triumph of liberty. The following passage from his journal is the very abstract of the law governing the efforts of the true party of progress...single spark of that which would be worthy of the pastf can be bequeathed unquenchably to the future ? It is not one man, nor a million, but the spirit...
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The World's Great Classics: Essays of French, German and Italian essayists

Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne - 1899
...final 6 triumph of liberty. The following passage from his journal is the very abstract of the law governing the efforts of the true party of progress...single spark of that which would be worthy of the past 7 can be bequeathed unquenchably to the future ? It is not one man, nor a million, but the spirit of...
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Life, letters and journals of lord Byron, with notes, [by T. Moore].

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1839 - 735 pagine
...back ; though I don't think them in force or heart sufficient to make much of it. But, onirard! — it is now the time to act, and what signifies self,...which would be worthy of the past can be bequeathed nnquenehedly to the future ? It is not one man, nor a million, but the spirit of liberty which must...
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Byron, Volume 2

Ethel Colburn Mayne - 1912
...during the Italian insurrectionary movement, Byron had written in the Ravenna Journal : " What signif1es Self, if a single spark of that which would be worthy of the past can be bequeathed unquenchedly to the future? ... It is a grand object — the v try poetry of politics. Only think —...
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The Political Career of Lord Byron

Dora Neill Raymond - 1924 - 363 pagine
...attempt which he believed foredoomed to failure. " What signifies self," he questioned in his diary, " if a single spark of that which would be worthy of the past can be bequeathed unquenchedly to the future? . . . The waves which dash upon the shore are, one by one, broken, but...
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Lord Byron: The Critical Heritage

Andrew Rutherford - 1995 - 513 pagine
...the final1 triumph of liberty. The following passage from his journal is the very abstract of the law governing the efforts of the true party of progress...single spark of that which would be worthy of the past2 can be bequeathed unquenchably to the future? It is not one man, nor a million, but the spirit...
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The Perversity of Poetry: Romantic Ideology and the Popular Male Poet of Genius

Dino Franco Felluga - 2005 - 208 pagine
...Such a hauntology is precisely how Byron himself came to understand ontology proper: But, onuwd\ — it is now the time to act, and what signifies self,...unquenchably to the future? It is not one man, nor a milhon, but the spirit of liberty which must be spread. . . . [W]hatever the sacrifice of individuals,...
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