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but who rains down Evil, the immedicable plague, which while Man looks on his creation like a God And sees that it is glorious, drives him on, The wreck of his own will, the scorn of Earth, The outcast, the abandoned, the alone?
an immedicable nothing But contradiction around & against new Terrors
What, then, is Byron's problem: "all the woes we see--And worse, the woes we see not--which throb through The immedicable soul, with heart-aches ever new" (Childe Harold IV.