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A loud whispering from the Steward succeeded and then again Hamilton was heard with even intenser scorn.
Bridges wrote of his friend Dolben, what could also be said of Hopkins, |he had a much intenser poetic temperament than I.
Thou who didst waken from his summer dreams The blue Mediterranean, where he lay, Lulled by the coil of his crystalline streams, Beside a pumice isle in Baiae's bay, And saw in sleep dim palaces and towers Quivering within the wave's intenser day .
Die blare val af en die kleure word intenser omdat die sonlig soos heuning word.
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.
Die heropgeboude stad is "kitsch": "Hoe indrukwekkender die heropbou, hoe intenser die ongemak, die botsende emosies waarmee mens kyk na gerestoureerde geboue uit die dertiende, veertiende eeu.
The swooping black dart of her back's been startled off by stillness,fixed differentin these thumbsized shouldersof intenser poison blue.
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 day" (ll.