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" When now the young are rear'd, and when the old, Lost to the tie, grow negligent and cold — Far to the left he saw the huts of men, Half hid in mist, that hung upon the fen ; Before him swallows, gathering for the sea, Took their short flights, and... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 39
1903
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George Crabbe and His Times, 1754-1832: A Critical and Biographical Study

René Louis Huchon - 1907 - 561 pages
...of love, When now the young are rear'd, and when the old, Lost to the tie, grow negligent and cold : Far to the left he saw the huts of men, Half hid in...gathering for the sea Took their short flights, and twitter'd on the lea ; And near the bean-sheaf stood, the harvest done, And slowly blacken'd in the...
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Poets' Country

Andrew Lang, John Churton Collins - 1907 - 363 pages
...down the dale ; On the right side the youth a wood survey'd, With all its dark intensity of shade. Far to the left he saw the huts of men Half hid in...gathering for the sea, Took their short flights, and twitter'd on the lea ; And near the bean-sheaf stood, the harvest done, And slowly blacken'd in the...
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Poems, Volume 3

George Crabbe - 1907
...love, When now the young are rear'd, and when the old, Lost to the tie, grow negligent and cold — Far to the left he saw the huts of men, Half hid in...gathering for the sea, Took their short flights, and twitter'd on the lea; And near the bean-sheaf stood, the harvest done, And slowly blacken'd in the...
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George Crabbe and His Times, 1754-1832: A Critical and Biographical Study

René Louis Huchon - 1907 - 561 pages
...of love, When now the young are rear'd, and when the old, Lost to the tie, grow negligent and cold : Far to the left he saw the huts of men, Half hid in...him swallows gathering for the sea Took their short Sights, and twitter'd on the lea ; And near the bean-sheaf stood, the harvest done, And slowly blacken'd...
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Poets' Country

Andrew Lang - 1907 - 363 pages
...upon the fen ; Before him swallows, gathering for the sea, Took their short flights, and twitter'd on the lea ; And near the bean-sheaf stood, the harvest done, And slowly blacken'd in the sickly sun. Once more : — There was a day, ere yet the Autumn closed, When, ere...
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Essays Political and Biographical

Sir Spencer Walpole - 1908 - 317 pages
...down the dale ; On the right side the youth a wood survey 'd, With all its dark intensity of shade; Far to the left he saw the huts of men, Half hid in...gathering for the sea, Took their short flights, and twitter'd on the lea; And near the bean-sheaf stood, the harvest done, And slowly blacken 'd in the...
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A History of English Prosody from the Twelfth Century to the ..., Volume 2

George Saintsbury - 1908
...love, When now the young are reared, and when the old, Lost to the tie grow negligent and cold — Far to the left he saw the huts of men, Half hid in...Before him swallows gathering for the sea, Took their shotr flights and twittered on the lea ; major moments, it must be owned that the correspondence of...
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Literary Reviews and Criticisms

Prosser Hall Frye - 1908 - 312 pages
...reared, and when the old, Lost to the tie, grow negligent and cold — Far to the left he saw the haunts of men, Half -hid in mist, that hung upon the fen;...gathering for the sea, Took their short flights and gathered on the lea; And near the bean-sheaf stood, the harvest done, And slowly blackened in the sickly...
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Poetical Works

George Crabbe - 1908 - 600 pages
...love, When now the young are rear'd, and when the old, Lost to the tie, grow negligent and cold — Far to the left he saw the huts of men, Half hid in mist, that, hung upon the fen ; Hefore him swallows, gathering for the sea, Took their short flights, and twitter'd on the lea; And...
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Literary Reviews and Criticisms

Prosser Hall Frye - 1908 - 312 pages
...old. Lost to the tie, grow negligent and cold — Far to the left he saw the haunts of men, Half-hid in mist, that hung upon the fen; Before him swallows,...gathering for the sea, Took their short flights and gathered on the lea; And near the bean-sheaf stood, the harvest done, And slowly blackened in the sickly...
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