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" ... the human mind was enslaved in Spain, but how grievously it had become cramped and crippled by the chains it had so long worn. But we shall be greatly in error, if, as we notice these deep marks and strange peculiarities in Spanish literature, we... "
The North American Review - Page 30
edited by - 1850
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The Living Age ..., Volume 24

1850
...Second. This dark work was done earlier. Its foundations were laid deep and sure in the old Castiltan character. It was the result of the excess and misdirection...faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognized such elements, presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, picturesque, and ennobling ; but it was...
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History of Spanish Literature, Volume 1

George Ticknor - Spanish literature - 1849
...diseased a condition of the national character. That generous and manly spirit which is the breath of intellectual life to any people was restrained and...faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognized such elements presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, picturesque, and ennobling ; but it was...
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History of Spanish Literature, Volume 1

George Ticknor - Spanish literature - 1849
...strange peculiarities in Spanish literature, we suppose they were produced by the direct acNN tion either of the Inquisition or of the civil government...faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognized such elements presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, picturesque, and ennobling ; but it was...
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The North American Review, Volume 70

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1850
...diseased a condition of the national character. That generous and manly spirit which is the breath of intellectual life to any people was restrained and...faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognized such elements presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, picturesque, and ennobling ; but it was...
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The War of Races in Hungary: A Review of De L'esprit Public en Hongrie, Etc ...

Francis Bowen - 1850
...of it, and the national theatre, in more than one form, becomes its strange and grotesque monument. intellectual life to any people was restrained and...faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognized such elements presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, picturesque, and ennobling ; but it was...
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Biographical and Critical Miscellanies

William Hickling Prescott - Authors - 1857 - 729 pages
...princes so faithfully through the whole of that terrible contest ; both of them high and ennohling principles, which in Spain were more wrought into...religious faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognised such elements presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, picturesque, and ennobling;...
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History of Spanish Literature, Volume 1

George Ticknor - Spanish literature - 1863
...tJber Spanische Nabefore the Evangelical Union, at Berlin, in tionalitat, usw Rerlin, 1852, p. 13. Spanish submission to an unworthy despotism, and Spanish...faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognized such elements presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, poetical, and ennobling ; but it was not...
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Biographical and Critical Miscellanies

William Hickling Prescott - Authors - 1864 - 729 pages
...contest ; both of them high and ennobling principles, which in Spain were more wrought into the populai character than they ever were in any other country....religious faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognised such elements presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, picturesque, and ennobling;...
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History of Spanish Literature, Volume 1

George Ticknor - Spanish literature - 1864
...is not without !• VA Huber, in a discourse delivered foundation in truth. Uber Spanische NaSpanish submission to an unworthy despotism, and Spanish bigotry,...faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognized such elements presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, poetical, and ennobling ; but it was not...
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Biographical and critical miscellanies...with an introduction by W.H. Munro

William Hickling Prescott - Spain - 1904
...establish the orthodoxy of works that were often as little connected with religion as fairy-tales, down to the colophon, supplicating pardon for any...faith and loyalty. The civilization that recognized such elements presented, no doubt, much that was brilliant, picturesque, and ennobling; but it was...
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