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" For this is the Great Story of the North, which should be to all our race what the Tale of Troy was to the Greeks — to all our race first, and afterwards, when the change of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been — a... "
The Quarterly Review - 第 496 頁
由 編輯 - 1899
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The Greater English Poets of the Nineteenth Century

William Morton Payne - 1907 - 388 頁
...was to the Greeks : to all our race first, and afterwards, when the change of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been, a...us no less than the Tale of Troy has been to us." No doubt Morris would have dealt with this epic material in some superb fashion had he never visited...
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Epic and Saga

Charles W - 1910 - 464 頁
...to the Greeks — to all our race first, and afterwards, when the change of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been —...after us no less than the Tale of Troy has been to us. [The following text and notes are from the edition by HH Sparling.] THE NAMES OF THOSE WHO ARE MOST...
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Epic and Saga

Charles W - 1910 - 464 頁
...change of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been—a story too—then should it be to those that come after us no less than the Tale of Troy has been to us. [The following text and notes are from the edition by HH Sparling.] THE NAMES OF THOSE WHO ARE MOST...
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The Atlantic Monthly, 第 39 卷

1877
...to the Greeks, — to all our race first, and afterwards, when the chango of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been, —...us no less than the Tale of Troy has been to us." And in the fourth volume of the Earthly Paradise, in his introduction to the Fostering of Aslaug, the...
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Scandinavian Studies, 第 7 卷

1921
...the Greeks — to all our race first, and afterwards, when the change 152 of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been —...us no less than the Tale of Troy has been to us." It was in this spirit that Morris wrote Sigurd the Volsung. It is evident that had he felt upon its...
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Heimskringla, Or The Lives of the Norse Kings

Snorri Sturluson, Erling Monsen, Albert Hugh Smith - 1990 - 770 頁
...was to the Greeks : to all our race first, and afterwards when the change of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been —...us no less than the tale of Troy has been to us". The subject of the Volsunga Saga had also an irresistible attraction for Richard Wagner, the greatest...
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The Golden Age of Myth & Legend

Thomas Bulfinch - 1993 - 495 頁
...was to the Greeks - to all our race first, and afterwards, when the change of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been - a...after us no less than the Tale of Troy has been to us. Author's Preface If no other knowledge deserves to be called useful but that which helps to enlarge...
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William Morris: Centenary Essays ; Papers from the Morris Centenary ...

Morris Centenary Conference (1996 Exeter College Oxford) - 1999 - 298 頁
...to the Greeks — to all our race first, and afterwards, when the change of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been —...after us no less than the Tale of Troy has been to us.9 At first sight this seems quite to contradict Hegel, and certainly in its valuation of the Nordic...
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Bakhtin and the Nation

San Diego Bakhtin Circle, Barry A. Brown, Christopher Conway, Rhett Gambol, Assistant Professor of Latin American Literature Department of Hispanic Studies Christopher Conway - 2000 - 194 頁
...to the Greeks — to all our race first, and afterwards, when the change of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been —...after us no less than the Tale of Troy has been to us.IS Morris is here adopting, with some characteristic modifications, exactly the association of epic...
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Epic and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Britain

Simon Dentith - 2006
...to the Greeks — to all our race first, and afterwards, when the change of the world has made our race nothing more than a name of what has been —...after us no less than the Tale of Troy has been to us. 13 Morris offers here a characteristically straightforward assertion of epic primitivism and with it...
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