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Titan: A Romance

Vol. I of II

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Author: Jean Paul
Published: 1864
Language: English
Wordcount: 158,865 / 463 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 44.3
LoC Category: PT
Downloads: 789
Added to site: 2011.10.05
mnybks.net#: 30852
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Romance

The third edition of this version, translated into english by Charles T. Brooks.

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sed him for twenty years. This twofold glow exalted my picturesque hero to the form of an angry god of the Muses. His beauty made a more triumphal entry into Italian eyes than into the narrow Northern ones from the midst of which he had come; in Milan many had wished he were of marble, and stood with elder gods of stone, either in the Farnese Palace or in the Clementine Museum, or in the Villa of Albani; nay, had not the Bishop of Novara, with his sword at his side, a few hours before, asked Schoppe (riding behind) who he was? And had not the latter, with a droll squaring of the wrinkle-circle round his lips, made this copious answer (by way of enlightening his spiritual lordship): "It's my Telemachus, and I am the Mentor. I am the milling-machine and the die which coins him,--the wolf's tooth and flattening mill which polishes him down,--the man, in short, that regulates him"?

The glowing form of the youthful Cesara was still more ennobled by the earnestness of an eye always buried in the future, and

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