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  • Yeats never got beyond a beautiful mid-world of the vital antarikşa, he has not penetrated beyond to spiritual-mental heights as AE did.

    All that is great and luminous and beautiful

  • Yeats never got beyond a beautiful mid-world of the vital antarikşa, he has not penetrated beyond to spiritual-mental heights as AE did.

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  • It was during this latter period that Aileen came gradually, through the agency of these two men, to share in a form of mid-world life that was not utterly dull.

    The Titan

  • He was half convinced it would be gone, or that it would say some-thing else (mid-world toll road, perhaps, or beware of demons), but it was still there and still said the same thing.

    Wizard and Glass

  • If He made the mid-world first, what end was it to serve?

    The Six Enneads.

  • Soon shall you rest on a soft white breast from the measureless mid-world flight;

    The Stranger at the Gate

  • It was during this latter period that Aileen came gradually, through the agency of these two men, to share in a form of mid-world life that was not utterly dull.

    The Titan

  • Doggott nodded and slept audibly; Amber nodded, felt himself going, roused with a struggle, and lapsed into a dreary mid-world of semi-stupor.

    The Bronze Bell

  • And in all the mid-world nothing has ever been seen so like the golden sunbeams as was Sif's silken hair.

    The Story of Siegfried

  • Forth then rode Siegfried, upon the beaming Greyfell, out into the broad mid-world.

    The Story of Siegfried

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