IT should not be doubted that at least one-third of the affection with which we regard the elder poets of Great Britain should be-attributed to what is, in itself, a thing apart from poetry-we mean to the simple love of the antique-and that, again, a third of even the proper poetic sentiment inspired by their writings should be ascribed to a fact which, while it has strict connection with poetry in the abstract, and with the old British poems themselves, should not be looked upon as a merit appertaining to the authors of the poems.
We copy a portion of Marvell's "Maiden lamenting for her Fawn," which we prefer-not only as a specimen of the elder poets, but in itself as a beautiful poem, abounding in pathos, exquisitely delicate imagination and truthfulness-to anything of its species:
This preponderance of the feminine element is, however, in itself
characteristic, as I need not remind you what an abnormally--developed part this sex has played in French history.
Every man's work, pursued steadily, tends in this way to become an end in itself
, and so to bridge over the loveless chasms of his life.
The scene was fascinating in its terribleness, but suddenly it came to me that we were wasting valuable time watching this conflict, which in itself
might prove a means of our escape.
The Russian-era warship, with 1,600 naval personnel on board and 22 decks, is a small city in itself
Not that stain hunting in itself
can't lead to something remarkable.
The Wildcard search is in itself
a valuable addition to MOSS 2007.
In addition, the overall handset qualification cycle time can require up to a year in itself
due to reference designs, debugging, field trials and the overall qualification of each.
Farming with BEELINE is in itself
a huge step towards environmentally sustainable agriculture.