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" Poetry, indeed cannot be translated ; and, therefore, it is the poets that preserve languages ; for we would not be at the trouble to learn a language, if we could have all that is written in it just as well in a translation. But as the beauties of poetry... "
The Monthly review. New and improved ser - Σελίδα 77
1792
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