A motion and a spirit, that impels
All thinking things, all Objects of all thought
And rolls through all things
Second of four lectures by Bonamy Dobree *
Professor of English Literature in the University of Leeds
By permission of the Master and Council of Trinity College, Professor Dobrée is broadcasting a shortened version of four of the Clark Lectures for 1953 recently delivered in Cambridge. In the lectures he illustrates rus thesis of the development of certain ' great impersonal themes ' in English poetry by tracing the course of two of them: stoicism and patriotism.
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