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  • I didn't know that 100 years ago it had been celebrated in salons and in French Symbolist poetry and in concerts with lighted color organs; alas I wasn't born into that fin de siècle celebration.

    Maureen Seaberg: Tasting the Universe

  • I didn't know that 100 years ago it had been celebrated in salons and in French Symbolist poetry and in concerts with lighted color organs; alas I wasn't born into that fin de siècle celebration.

    Maureen Seaberg: Tasting the Universe

  • I shall call a Symbolist, who is always striving to express in some form of art or thought, that divine energy which is wisdom, consciousness, and energy all in one?

    AE in the Irish Theosophist

  • The position held by St. Augustine is at present the subject of a spirited controversy, since the adversaries of the Church rather confidently maintain that he favored their side of the question in that he was an out-and-out "Symbolist".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • Byzantines, not since the period of which Giotto and his School were the final splendid blossoming, has the "Symbolist" ideal in art held general sway over the "Naturalist."

    Concerning the Spiritual in Art

  • Although the all-embracing genius of Michelangelo kept the "Symbolist" tradition alive, it is the work of El Greco that merits the complete title of

    Concerning the Spiritual in Art

  • They are usually to words of the "Symbolist" poets, supported by delicate and sympathetic accompaniment. must be mentioned.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The accounts by which Doctor Zhivago becomes a kind of Symbolist novel, that give both The Heart of the Matter and the over-praised Justine attributes of Huysmans, and that turn a discussion of Henry Miller into a summary of Kermode's theory of how the occult has become a literary alternative to science are typical of the degree to which many of these reviews are less in the service of the books they are supposed to elucidate than of doctrines that are for the most part only tangentially relevant to them.

    à la Mode

  • [[Monet]]; and the word pictures of the "[[Symbolist]]" school of writers like [[Verlaine]],

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  • "[[Symbolist]]" school of writers like [[Verlaine]], [[Baudelaire]], [[Mallarme]] and others - who suggested rather than stated - many of whose works he set to music in songs that grace the repertoire today.

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