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The scenes are grand and lively; it is in that season that the creation appears in
distress, and nature assumes a melancholy air ; and an imagination so poetical
as Mr. Thomson's, was admirably fitted to paint those vapours, and storms, and ...
The introduction to Spring is very poetical ; and the descriptions in this poem are
mild, like the season they paint. Autumn seems to be the most unfinished of the
four Seasons. It is not however, without its beauties; of which many have ...
Although this poem be the less read that its subject was but accidental and
temporary, the spirited generous sentiments that enrich it, can never be out of
season. They *::11 at least remain a monument of that love of his countoy, Joat
The autumn was his favourite season for poetical com: position, and the deep
silence of the night the time he commonly chose for such studies ; so that he
would have been heard walking in his library till near morning, humming over, in
SPRI.N'G. THE ARGUMENT. - THE subject proposed....Inscribed to the Countess
of Hartford....The Season is described as it affects the various parts of Nature,
ascending from the lower to the higher; with digressions arising from the subject.
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