Important Quotations from English Literature Part I

Important Quotations from English Literature
                                                          Part I
Thy soul was like a star – Wordsworth to Milton
Gather ye rose buds while ye may- Counsel to girls
Here is God’s plenty- Dryden to Chaucer
Here lies my wife, here let her rest
Now she is at rest , and So am I – Dryden’s wife’s epitaph
The Restoration marks the real moment of birth of our Modern English prose -                                        Arnold
A long poem in mind and partly on paper , which I am wishful to finish
-                                                         T.S. Eliot ( Waste Land)
The one red leaf , the last of its clan
That dances as often , as dance it can- Coleridge ‘ Christabel”






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