Literature and Language

 Inverted Capital of Ancient Roman Column

He lingered, poring on memorials
Of the world's youth, through the long burning day
Gazed on those speechless shapes. . . .

Percy Bysshe Shelley, Alastor, ll. 121-123

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Language is a perpetual Orphic song,
Which rules with Daedal harmony a throng
Of thoughts and forms, which else senseless
and shapeless were.

Percy Bysshe Shelley, Prometheus Unbound
Act IV, ll. 415-417


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