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Walter Savage. 1775--1864, English poet, noted also for his prose works, including Imaginary Conversations (1824--29)
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Landor's remark that to those who have the greatest power of loving, love is a secondary affair, would not have recommended Landor to Eliza.
1778-1830), a romantically dogmatic but sympathetically appreciative critic; Thomas de Quincey (1785-1859), a capricious and voluminous author, master of a poetic prose style, best known for his 'Confessions of an English Opium-Eater'; Walter Savage Landor (1775-1864), the best nineteenth century English representative, both in prose and in lyric verse, of the pure classical spirit, though his own temperament was violently romantic; Thomas Love Peacock (1785-1866), author of some delightful satirical and humorous novels, of which 'Maid Marian' anticipated 'Ivanhoe'; and Miss Mary Russell Mitford (1787-1855), among whose charming prose sketches of country life 'Our Village' is best and best-known.
Concerning it Landor inquires "whether it is not to be referred to some purer state of sensation and existence.
The only thing that made life worth living was the thought of Walter Savage Landor, from whose IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS she had promised to read at frequent intervals during the day.
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40pm were called by a member of the public who told police a youth had been found in Landor Close in the Eldonian Village with gunshot injuries to his legs.
Walter Savage Landor (1775-1864), the turbulent poet author and revolutionary, also lived in Rhyddings House for some years.
The driver, who is yet to be named by police, was rushed to hospital after her Ford Fiesta was in collision with a Renault Laguna in Landor Street at about 1.
Walter Savage Landor (1775-1864) was a celebrated English poet who wrote many poems in Latin, and Rudd was dissatisfied with the modern editions and translations, the most reputable of which, two massive volumes, was too expensive for almost anyone to buy.
The German-owned group is closing its operation in Landor Street, Birmingham, with dozens of employees rejecting transfers to the group's operation at Land Rover's headquarters in Solihull.