Mirror of Literature, 8 (1826), 86–87.
The Fate of Genius [1/4]
Genius, Ancient Authorities, Astronomy, Cosmology, Religion, Endeavour
Xenophanes , Zeno , Anaxagoras
The writer illustrates with several examples his claim that 'from the earliest period genius seems, as if by spell, to have been surrounded by adversity and hard fate' (86).
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