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To Charles Cowden Clarke (London, December 17th, 1816)

London, Tuesday (December 17, 1816). My dear Charles You may now look at Minerva’s Aegis with impunity, seeing that my awful Visage did not turn you into a John Doree. You have accordingly a legitimate title to a Copy, I will use my interest to procure it for you. I’ll tell you what I met Reynolds …

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To Charles Cowden Clarke

Other Epistles →   Oft  have you seen a swan superbly frowning, And with proud breast his own white shadow crowning; He slants his neck beneath the waters bright So silently, it seems a beam of light Come from the galaxy: anon he sports,—                         …

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