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“O aunt, said she, my husband is called Thalaba, the son of Aaridj, the huntsman, and he gained, in this pitiful business, what no one of the servants of God ever gained before, for one day he was by the side of the lake hunting.”
“a huntsman chasing the wild animals as they passed to and fro; he was called Thalaba, the son of Aaridj.”
“Shelley had long regarded Southey with admiration, and 'Thalaba' remained a favorite book with him.”
“Oriental epics, "Thalaba" and "The Curse of Kehama," are written in verse purposely irregular, but so inferior in effect to the irregular verse of”
“I am finishing the eleventh book of 'Thalaba' and shall certainly have written the last before this reaches you.”
“In his favourite poem of "Thalaba", his imagination had been excited by a description of such a voyage.”
“Orpheus is alluded to by Southey in his "Thalaba":”
“Southey -- composed his favourite reading; the rhythm of "Queen Mab" was founded on that of "Thalaba", and the first few lines bear a striking resemblance in spirit, though not in idea, to the opening of that poem.”
“They have been well spoken of by two -- Southey and Coleridge -- of whose most poetical compositions respectively, "Thalaba" and the "Ancient Mariner," in some future volume we may dissert.”
“In the following year, 1808, Southey -- already known as the author of "Thalaba," published in 1802, and of "Madoc," published in 1805 -- produced this "Chronicle of the Cid.”
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