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  • The student had magnanimously left me to the poet, devoting himself to the good Frau Rückert, the "Luise" of her husband's

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 105, July 1866

  • 'Luise' exhibits the several members of a rustic clergyman's family according to their differences of sex, age, and standing, in their natural, undisguised features, all unconsciously marked by characteristic foibles, all engaged in the exercise of their daily habits, neither finer nor coarser than circumstances naturally allow, and all indulging in such natural hopes or fictions of romance as grow out of their situation in life.

    The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1

  • In the comparative estimate of Germans, the 'Luise' holds

    The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1

  • Agreeing, however, in this general purpose, the two works differ in two considerable features; one, that the 'Vicar of Wakefield' describes the rural clergyman of England, 'Luise' the rural clergyman of

    The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1

  • Like that delightful portrait of rural life in a particular aspect, or idyll as it might be called, the 'Luise' aims at throwing open for our amusement the interior of a village parsonage

    The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1

  • As to its _kind_ of value, some notion may be formed of it even in that respect also from the 'Rape of the Lock,' but with this difference, that the scenes and situations and descriptions are there derived from the daily life and habits of a fashionable belle and the fine gentlemen who surround her, whereas in the 'Luise' they are derived exclusively from the homelier and more patriarchal economy of a rural clergyman's household; and in this respect the 'Luise' comes nearest by much, in comparison of any other work that I know of, to our own 'Vicar of Wakefield.'

    The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1

  • Represented in New York since the 1970s, he currently exhibits regularly with the Luise Ross Gallery in New York, where another exhibit is scheduled or 2012.

    Judy Chang: Artist Interview: John Himmelfarb

  • Represented in New York since the 1970s, he currently exhibits regularly with the Luise Ross Gallery in New York, where another exhibit is scheduled or 2012.

    Judy Chang: Artist Interview: John Himmelfarb

  • A show at Luise Ross Gallery in New York in 2007, Ideographic Sequence, examined this aspect of my work over a 30-year period.

    Judy Chang: Artist Interview: John Himmelfarb

  • A show at Luise Ross Gallery in New York in 2007, Ideographic Sequence, examined this aspect of my work over a 30-year period.

    Judy Chang: Artist Interview: John Himmelfarb

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