Ironically," Kenneth Paul Kramer suggests, "by virtue of the threatening voices of temptation and destruction, self-pity, existential doubt, and mistrust, that populate clockwork time, the spiritual quest is deepened" (61) when the poet, "[i]n his continual search for the rhetorical pattern's detail that matches his intenser
For, being himself of a different order, he inhabited a different universe from that of common men--a brighter and intenser
world, of which, while he spoke, he would make you free.
Die blare val af en die kleure word intenser
omdat die sonlig soos heuning word.
It seemed as if the picture, while hidden behind the cloud of immemorial years, had been all the time acquiring an intenser
depth and darkness of expression, till now it gleamed forth again, and threw its evil omen over the present hour" (267).
As a result of Eliot's conversion, Kramer suggests that in Four Quartets Eliot tried to explain to himself, as he once said, "his intenser
human feelings in terms of the divine goal" (9) by combining intellectual acuity with a devotional spirit.
The swooping black dart of her back's been startled off by stillness,fixed differentin these thumbsized shouldersof intenser
Renaissance audience members should have immediately recognized "divine ambition" as the sin of spiritual pride, an intenser
form of the same ambition that motivated Claudius and motivates Hamlet.
On the contrary, the poem is an account of how immediate experience of nature has given way to an intenser
duplication of that experience by means of active memory.
The older writer depicts a young man bored at Baja by what Shelley, for instance, sees in "Ode to the West Wind": "old palaces and towers/ Quivering within the wave's intenser
We should not, Babbitt cautioned, assume that the purpose of "whirling machinery" is "merely to serve as point of departure for a still intenser
activity" (LAC, 262).
One glimpsed a nobility in Pike's delivery, a heroism defiant to the end; baritonal timbres brought crushed sorrow, and intenser
tones conveyed inner mental despair.
Once upon a time the fruits of living in an age of liberation were variously supposed to be life more abundant, deeper insight, intenser
feeling, "love's coming of age" Some of these goals may sometimes have been attained by some people: life is complicated.
Today we started with an intenser
sense of adventure," she writes in a journal of her tour of the Western front: "Hitherto we had always been told beforehand where we were going and how much we were to be allowed to see; but now we were being launched into the unknown" (p.
He thought there was an unknown energy flaring down out of the light towers, some intenser
working of the earth, and it isolated the players and the grass and the chalk-rolled lines from anything he'd ever seen or imagined.
Eden's comment that apostrophes "'almost always arise from some intenser
feeling in the context"' (qtd.