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" When you have seen one of my days, you have seen a whole year of my life ; they go round and round like the blind horse in the mill, only he has the satisfaction of fancying he makes a progress and gets some ground ; my eyes are open enough to see the... "
Letters of Thomas Gray: Two Volumes in One - Page 5
by Thomas Gray - 1820 - 244 pages
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Elegant epistles: a copious selection of instructive, moral, and ...

Elegant epistles - 1812
...read, and how you spend your time, &c. &c. and to tell you what I do not read, and how I do not, £c. for almost all the employment of my hours may be best...the same dull prospect, and to know that having made fouiand-twenty steps more, I shall be just where I was -- I may, better than most people, say my life...
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The Works of Thomas Gray, Esq

Thomas Gray, William Mason - 1827 - 446 pages
...pleasures to know what you do, what you read, and how you spend your time, &c. &c. and to tell you what I do not read, and how I do not, &c. for almost...fancying he makes a progress, and gets some ground ; triy eyes are open enough to see the same dull prospect, and to know that, having made four-and-twenty...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Collins, Thomas Gray, and Oliver ...

Epes Sargent - English poetry - 1854 - 166 pages
...His life was monotonous and cheerless. " When you have seen one of my days," he wrote at this time, " you have seen a whole year of my life; they go round...fourand-twenty steps more, I shall be just where I was." He wrote, during this period, letters to his friends so full of humor and elegance that we may well...
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THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS OF WILLIAM COLINS, THOMAS GRAY AND OLIVER GOLDSMITH

EPES SARGENT - 1860
...His life was monotonous and cheerless. " When you have seen one of my days," he wrote at this time, " you have seen a whole year of my life ; they go round...fourand-twenty steps more, I shall be just where I was." He wrote, during this period, letters to his friends so full of humor and elegance that we may well...
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Poems and Letters

Thomas Gray - 1863 - 415 pages
...neither fomething nor nothing gives me any pleafure. When you have feen one of my days, you have feen a whole year of my life ; they go round and round like the blind horfe in the mill, only he has the fatisfa&ion of fancying he makes a progrefs and gets fome ground...
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The Poetical Works of Milton, Young, Gray, Beattie, and Collins: Complete in ...

English poetry - 1867
...a mostamuĞing business; and yet neither something nor nothing gives me any pleasure. When you hare seen one of my days, you have seen a whole year of...fourand-twenty steps more, I shall be just where I was : 1 may, better l bau most people, say my life is but a span, were I not afraid lest you should not...
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Home Pictures of English Poets, for Fireside and Schoolroom

Kate Sanborn - English poetry - 1869 - 291 pages
...and chicken fricasse'e." In a letter to his old classmate and constant friend, Mr. West, he says : " When you have seen one of my days, you have seen a...year of my life ; they go round and round like the _blind horse in the mill, only he has the satisfaction of fancying he makes a progress, and gets over...
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Gray

Edmund Gosse - Authors, English - 1882 - 223 pages
...greatest of pleasures to know what yon do, what yon read, and how you spend your time, and to tell you what I do not read, and how I do not, &c., for almost...four-and-twenty steps more, I shall be just where I was." This is the real Gray speaking to us for the first time, and after a few more playful phrases he turns...
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Gray

Edmund Gosse - Poets, English - 1882 - 224 pages
...most amusing business ; and \ yet neither something nor nothing gives me any pleasure. When you h,ive seen one of my days, you have seen a whole year of...fancying he makes a progress and gets some ground ; I my eyes are open enough to see the same dull prospect, . and to know that having made four-and-twenty...
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Literature for Beginners: Containing Biographies of the Most Prominent ...

Harriet B. Swineford - American literature - 1883 - 287 pages
...Cambridge, in order to be near the libraries ; and here his career was so quiet that he wrote to a friend, " When you have seen one of my days, you have seen a whole year of my life." Some amusing incidents are related of his quiet and retired life. He had a great dread of fire, and...
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