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" His profound acquaintance with the whole circle of the theology of his time, and eminently with its exposition of Scripture; the abundant and admirable use which he makes of it, delivering, as he thus does, his poems from the merely subjective cast of... "
Sacred Latin Poetry: Chiefly Lyrical, Selected and Arranged for Use - Page 57
edited by - 1864 - 336 pages
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Mediæval Hymns and Sequences

1863 - 224 pages
...theology of his time, and eminently with its\ exposition of Scripture, — the abundant and admirable/ use which he makes of it, delivering as he thus does his! poems from the merely subjective cast of those, beau-\ tiful as they are, of S. Bernard,— the exquisite art and variety with which for the most part...
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Mediæval hymns and sequences, tr. by J.M. Neale, Issue 180

Mediaeval hymns - 1863
...theology of his time, and eminently with its exposition of Scripture,—the abundant and admirable use which he makes of it, delivering as he thus does his poems from the merely subjectiee cast of those, beautiful as they are, of S. Bernard,—the exquisite art and variety with...
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Mediæval Hymns and Sequences

1867 - 254 pages
...theology of his time, and eminently with its expositiou of Scripture, — the abundant and admirable use which he makes of it, delivering as he thus does his...subjective cast of those, beautiful as they are, of S. Eernard, — the exquisite art and variety with which for the most part his verse is managed and...
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Mediæval Hymns and Sequences

1867 - 224 pages
...does his poems from the merely subjective cast of those, beautiful as they are, of S. Bernard,—the exquisite art and variety with which for the most part his verse is managed and his rhymes disposed—their rich melody multiplying and ever deepening at the close— the strength which often...
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Singers and Songs of the Church: Being Biographical Sketches of the Hymn ...

Josiah Miller - 1869 - 660 pages
...theology of his time, and eminently with its exposition of Scripture ; the abundant and admirable use which he makes of it, delivering as he thus does his...subjective cast of those, beautiful as they are, of S. Bernard ; the exquisite art and variety with which, for the most part, his verse is managed and...
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Singers and Songs of the Church: Being Biographical Sketches of the Hymn ...

Josiah Miller - 1869 - 666 pages
...delivering as he thus does his poems from the merely subjective cast of those, beautiful as they are, of S. Bernard ; the exquisite art and variety with which, for the most part, his verse is managed ind his rhymes disposed — their rich melody multiplying and ever deepening at the close ; the strength...
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Latin Hymns: With English Notes, for Use in Schools and Colleges

Francis Andrew March - 1875 - 334 pages
...abundant and admirable use, with indeed the drawback already mentioned (too free and curious use), which he makes of it, delivering, as he thus does,...his verse is managed and his rhymes disposed ; their rieh melody, multiplying and ever deepening at the close ; the strength which he often concentrates...
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The Liturgical Poetry of Adam of St. Victor, Volume 1

Adam (de Saint-Victor) - 1881 - 328 pages
...in versification, or prodigally accumulating, or curiously interlacing his rhymes, that he may show his perfect mastery of the forms which he is using,...ever deepening at the close, — the strength which he often concentrates into a single line,1 his skill in conducting a story, — and, most of all, the...
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The Liturgical Poetry of Adam of St. Victor, Volume 1

Adam (de Saint-Victor) - 1881 - 468 pages
...perfect mastery of the forms which he is using, and how little he is confined or trammelled by them. v " These faults it will be seen are indeed most of them...ever deepening at the close, — the strength which he often concentrates into a single line,1 his skill in conducting a story, — and, most of all, the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 154

1882 - 598 pages
...particularly specifying among his excellencies his profound acquaintance with the theology of his time, the exquisite art and variety with which for the most part his verse is managed and his rhymes are disposed, their rich melody multiplying and ever deepening at * All four are upon the same theme,...
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