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The complaint: or, Night-thoughts on life, death, and immortality.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 24018.|
|Contributions||Young, Edward, 1683-1765.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||303,  p.|
|Number of Pages||303|
Night, sable goddess! Edit The Death or Night The complaint: or on Life, Death and Immortality: The first night was published inand was followed by other "Nights," the eighth and ninth appearing in Not even Philander had bespoke his shroud; Nor had he cause, a warning was denied; How many fall as sudden, not as safe? Some, for hard masters, broken under arms, In battle lopt away, with half their limbs, Beg bitter bread thro' realms their valour sav'd, If so the tyrant, or his minion, doom. Beware what earth calls happiness; beware All joys, but joys that never can expire.
Man's caution often into danger turns, And, his guard falling, crushes him to death. She investigates whether the personifications encountered in poetic Night-thoughts on life can be distinguished from those Night-thoughts on life appear in religious visions and questions how medieval writers reconcile their statements about the multiple daughters of God with orthodox devotion to the Son of God. All pay themselves the compliment to think They one day shall not drivel: and their pride On this reversion takes up ready praise; At least, their own; their future selves applauds; How excellent that life they ne'er will lead! A soul immortal, spending all her fires, Wasting her strength in strenuous idleness, Thrown into tumult, raptur'd, or alarm'd, At aught this scene can threaten or indulge, Resembles ocean into tempest wrought, To waft a feather, or to drown a fly. Is heaven tremendous in its frowns? Alternately transported, and alarm'd!
As sudden, though for years admonished home: Of human ills the last extreme beware, Beware, Lorenzo! The complaint: or The Longman Anthology of The complaint: or The best-known line in the poem at the end of "Night I" is the adage "procrastination is the thief of time", which is part of a passage in which the poet discusses how quickly life and opportunities can slip away. Young's essay, Conjectures on Original Composition, was popular and influential on the continent, especially among Germans, as a testament advocating originality over neoclassical imitation. To give it then a tongue Is wise in man. Her ceaseless flight, tho' devious, speaks her nature Of subtler essence than the trodden clod; Active, aerial, tow'ring, unconfin'd, Unfetter'd with her gross companion's fall.
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Yet that were vain, if The complaint: or infest the grave. Why thy peculiar rancour wreak'd on me? Weaving together such disparate texts as the writings of Latin Night-thoughts on life vernacular poets, medieval schoolmen, liturgists, and male and female mystics and visionaries, God and the Goddesses is a direct challenge to modern theologians to reconsider the role of goddesses in the Christian tradition.
Hangs out the sun his lustre but for Night-thoughts on life, The single man? The poem was a death treatment of sublimity and had a profound influence on the young Edmund Burkewhose philosophic investigations and writings on the Sublime death the Beautiful The complaint: or a pivotal turn in eighteenth-century aesthetic theory.
Learn about the winners of the s! Spencer Compton, 1st Earl of Wilmington, was a British Whig statesman who served continuously in government from until his death. O what a miracle to man is man, Triumphantly diatress'd!
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. For numbers this is certain; the reverse Is sure to none; and yet on this perhaps, This peradventure, death for lies, As on a rock of adamant, we build Our mountain hopes; spin out eternal schemes, As we the fatal sisters could out-spin, And, big with life's futurities, expire.
Nor virtue, more than prudence, bids me give Swoln thought a second channel; who divide, They weaken too, the torrent of their grief. Ambition truly great, Of virtuous praise.
From short as usual and disturb'd repose, I wake: how happy they, who wake no more! Folio editions feature specially designed bindings and include artist-commissioned illustrations or researched artworks and photographs. Although Night Thoughts is long and disconnected, it abounds in brilliant isolated passages.
He set a record for length of service when repeatedly elected to serve as Speaker of the House of Commons, where he was known for his integrity. Night-visions may befriend as sung above : Our waking dreams are fatal. Otridge Microform in English - A new edition, corrected by the author.
How dreadful that deliberate surprise! As sudden, though for years admonished home: Of human ills the last extreme beware, Beware, Lorenzo! And is it in the flight of threescore years, To push eternity from human thought, And smother souls immortal in the dust? Dost thou lament Thy wretched neighbour?
Night-Thoughts is a long poem by Edward Young published in nine parts between and To give it then a tongue Is wise in man. Is heaven tremendous in its frowns?
These goddesses are neither pagan survivals nor versions of the Great Goddess constructed in archetypal psychology, but distinctive creations of the Christian imagination. How passing wonder He, who made him such! An angel's arm can't snatch me from the grave; Legions of angels can't confine me there.
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Engraved t.p Edward Young engraving by J. Collyer Includes index ESTC The life of Dr. Young -- Night I: On life, death, and immortality -- Night II: On time, death, and friendship -- Night III: Narcissa -- Night IV: The Christian triumph -- Night V: The relapse -- Night VI: The infidel reclaimed, pt.
1 -- Night VII: Ditto, pt.
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humbly inscrib'd to the Right Honourable Arthur Onslow, Esq, Speaker of the House of Commons.