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" ... could lay- the thoughts on the left hand, the language on the right. But, generally speaking, you can no more deal thus with poetic thoughts than you can with soul and body. The union is too subtle, the intertexture too ineffable, — each coexisting... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - 第 133 頁
1841
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De Quincey's Writings, 第 11 卷

Thomas De Quincey - 1853
...the intertexture too ineffable, each co-existing not merely with the other, but each in and through the other. An image, for instance, a single word,...what proportion the thoughts are subjective, in that some proportion does their very essence become identical with the expression, and the style become...
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Historical and Critical Essays, 第 2 卷

Thomas De Quincey - 1853
...the intertexture too ineffable, each co-existing not merely with the other, but each in and through the other. An image, for instance, a single word,...what proportion the thoughts are subjective, in that some proportion does their very essence become identical with the expression, and the style become...
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Historical and Critical Essays, 第 2 卷

Thomas De Quincey - 1853
...the intertexture too ineffable, each co-existing not merely with the other, but each in and through the other. An image, for instance, a single word,...what proportion the thoughts are subjective, in that si$me proportion does their very essence become identical with the expression, and the style become...
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Historical and Critical Essays, 第 2 卷

Thomas De Quincey - 1853
...the intertexture too ineffable, each co-existing not merely with the other, but each in and throvgh the other. An image, for instance, a single word,...what proportion the thoughts are subjective, in that some proportion does their very essence become identical with the expression, and the style become...
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The Works of Thomas De Quincey: Style and rhetoric and other papers

Thomas De Quincey - 1862
...too ineffable, each co-existing ^ ^ ^ not merely with the other, but each in and through the 1 >' * other. An image, for instance, a single word, often...elements are not united as a body with a separable dress, i but as a mysterious incarnation. And thus, in what proportion the thoughts are subjective, in that...
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The Collected Writings of Thomas De Quincey, 第 10 卷

Thomas De Quincey - 1890
...intertexture too ineffable, — each co-existing not merely with the other, but each in and through the other. An image, for instance, a single word,...thoughts are subjective, in that same proportion does the very essence become identical with the expression, and the style become confluent with the matter....
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Essays on Style, Rhetoric, and Language

Thomas De Quincey - 1893 - 251 頁
...intertexture too ineffable, — each co-existing not merely with the other, but each in and through the other. An image, for instance, a single word,...thoughts are subjective, in that same proportion does the very essence become identical with the expression, and the style become confluent with the matter.1...
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Essays on Style, Rhetoric, and Language

Thomas De Quincey - 1893 - 251 頁
...incarnation. And thus, in what proportion the thoughts are subjective, in that same proportion does the very essence become identical with the expression, and the style become confluent with the matter.1 93. The Greeks, by want of books, philosophical instruments, and innumerable other aids to...
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The Collected Writings of Thomas De Quincey, 第 10 卷

Thomas De Quincey, David Masson - 1897
...ineffable, — each co-existing not merely with the other, but each in and through the other. An image, f6r instance, a single word, often enters into a thought...thoughts are subjective, in that same proportion does the very essence become identical with the expression, and the style become confluent with the matter....
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De Quincey

Henry Stephens Salt - 1904 - 112 頁
...Wordsworth's remark that style is not the dress but the incarnation of thought, and concludes that " in what proportion the thoughts are subjective, in...become identical with the expression, and the style becomes confluent with the matter." Certainly De Quincey's own style is the perfect counterpart of...
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