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Excerpt from Angels Wings a Series of Essays on Art and Its Relation to Life
There are some curious points of resemblance in these two passages from Millet and Whitman, which we may note just here. There is that idea of the necessity, the inevitableness, the absolute direct ness of all good art-work, as they conceived it, which is at the farthest pole from the elaborate study of artificial effects and the grandiose style.
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