1824: Rev. Why? Samuel Johnson: "The last piece that he lived to publish was The Castle of Indolence, which was many years under his hand, but was at last finished with great accuracy. The Castle hight of Indolence, And its false Luxury; Where for a little Time, alas! A narrative allegory, in 77 + 81 Spenserian stanzas, with a glossary. With him was sometimes join'd, in silent Walk, (Profoundly silent, for they never spoke) One shyer still, who quite detested Talk: Oft, stung by Spleen, at once away he broke, To Groves of Pine, and broad o'ershadowing Oak; There, inly thrill'd, he wander'd all alone, And on himself his pensive Fury wroke, Ne ever utter'd Word, save when first shone The glittering Star of Eve — "Thank Heaven! Of the superior purity of Thomson's style, in this enchanting production, Mr. Stockdale seems not to be aware. Dyce (1835; 1866) lxi. In Folly lost, of Nothing takes he Care; Pimps, Lawyers, Stewards, Harlots, Flatterers vile, And thieving Tradesmen him among them share: His Father's Ghost from Limbo-Lake, the while, Sees This, which more Damnation does upon him pile. One Day there chaunc'd into these Halls to rove A joyous Youth, who took you at first Sight; Him the wild Wave of Pleasure hither drove, Before the sprightly Tempest tossing light: Certes, he was a most engaging Wight, Of social Glee, and Wit humane though keen, Turning the Night to Day and Day to Night; For him the merry Bells had rung, I ween, If in this Nook of Quiet Bells had ever been. 1789: Anonymous, The Temple of Pleasure. The text presented here makes use of the long ess (ſ) to preserve Thomson's original orthography. And still new Leaches and new Drugs would try, Her Humour ever wavering to and fro; For sometimes she would laugh, and sometimes cry, Then sudden waxed wroth, and all she knew not why. For whomsoe'er the Villain takes in Hand, Their Joints unknit, their Sinews melt apace; As lithe they grow as any Willow-Wand, And of their vanish'd force remains no Trace: So when a Maiden fair, of modest Grace, In all her buxom blooming May of Charms, Is seized in some Losel's hot Embrace, She waxeth very weakly as she warms, Then sighing yields Her up to Love's delicious Harms. by John Wilson. Fast by her Side a listless Maiden pin'd, With aching Head, and squeamish Heart-Burnings; Pale, bloated, cold, she seem'd to hate Mankind, Yet lov'd in Secret all forbidden Things. that, from the flowering Thorn, Hymn their good GOD, and carol sweet of Love, Such grateful kindly Raptures them emove: They neither plough, nor sow; ne, fit for Flail, E'er to the Barn the nodding Sheaves they drove; Yet theirs each Harvest dancing in the Gale, Whatever crowns the Hill, or smiles along the Vale. Harko Gerrit De Maar: "The archaisms of The Castle of Indolence served as a model for Byron's Spenserian diction, since most of Byron's obsolete words are derived from Thomson rather than from Spenser" History of Modern English Romanticism (1924) 54. 1786: Anonymous, The House of Care. This Rite perform'd, All inly pleas'd and still, Withouten Tromp, was Proclamation made. The opening stanzas are more like the work of Keats than any other verse which the eighteenth century has given us, and in their music there is less of the dull undertone of the conventional manner of the age than anywhere else, except in the finest lines of Gray and Collins. how they dash along from Wall to Wall; At every Door, hark! He was, to weet, a little roguish Page, Save Sleep and Play who minded nought at all, Like most the untaught Striplings of his Age. This page was last edited on 13 August 2015, at 06:52. Who up the lofty Diapasan roll Such sweet, such sad, such solemn Airs divine, Then let them down again into the Soul? "The Best of Men have ever lov'd Repose: They hate to mingle in the filthy Fray; Where the Soul sowrs, and gradual Rancour grows, Imbitter'd more from peevish Day to Day. James Holme, The Castle of Despair. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. 1-39] [Continue]. 1810: E. E. S., The Author. 1751: Anonymous, Industry and Genius: or, the Origin of Birmingham. Like Gilbert West's On the Abuse of Travelling (1739), another burlesque imitation of the Faerie Queene, the Castle of Indolence is a political allegory, in which the Enchanter can be taken as Sir Robert Walpole disarming the opposition with his blandishments. From a letter to Patterson it appears that this poem was begun as early as 1733, and if Thomson had died at that time his poetical works might be as rich although much less copious than they now are, for The Castle of Indolence is of a very different quality from the leaden Liberty and the stolid bombastic dramas. Industry triumphs over idleness in an innovative turn on the house poem genre. 1748: [Additional Stanza for the Castle of Indolence]. Canto II. 1804: Alexander Wilson, The Solitary Tutor. In the romantic method, so excellently represented by Thomson, Keats may be taken as the most direct successor who understood the extraordinary richness of the note that was struck in The Castle of Indolence; for though there is its mystic glamour in the poetry of Coleridge, Keats, in his work, combines in a more general way, the main aims in the literary design of Thomson" James Thomson (1898) 131. Amid the Groves you may indulge the Muse, Or tend the Blooms, and deck the vernal Year; Or softly stealing, with your watry Gear, Along the Brooks, the crimson-spotted Fry You may delude: The whilst, amus'd, you hear Now the hoarse Stream, and now the Zephyr's Sigh, Attuned to the Birds, and woodland Melody. Retrouvez The Castle of Indolence: An Allegorical Poem. Liberty The Castle Of Indolence And Other Poems C Oet T Oxford English Texts penned for specialty locations and a limited viewers, intended to generally be examine only by smaller and devoted fascination teams.|This free book website is really simple to utilize, but it's possible as well basic. What Transport! How to Borrow from Another Library. In imitation of Shenstone's Schoolmistress. The text presented here makes use of the long ess (ſ) to preserve Thomson's original orthography. 1748: The Castle of Indolence. 1771: Henry Mackenzie, The Old Maid, after the same Manner. "With me, you need not rise at early Dawn, To pass the joyless Day in various Stounds: Or, louting low, on upstart Fortune fawn, And sell fair Honour for some paltry Pounds; Or through the City take your dirty Rounds, To cheat, and dun, and lye, and Visit pay, Now flattering base, now giving secret Wounds; Or proul in Courts of Law for human Prey, In venal Senate thieve, or rob on broad High-way. You choose either Dark Crystal, Tallum, Nightmare, or Majestic and then you randomly receive either a design or a recipe for the helm, boot, glove of the type you chose. Buy The Castle of Indolence: An Allegorical Poem. Thomas Gray to Thomas Wharton: "there is a Poem by Thompson, the Castle of Indolence, with some good stanzas in it" June 1748; Poems of Mr. Gray, ed. This companion volume to James Thomson's The Seasons completes the Oxford English Texts edition of his works and provides for the first time a critical text of all the poems with commentary. ye Pilgrims of this Earth, behold! Behoves no more, But sidelong, to the gently-waving Wind, To lay the well-tun'd Instrument reclin'd; From which, with airy flying Fingers light, Beyond each mortal Touch the most refin'd, The God of Winds drew Sounds of deep Delight: Whence, with just Cause, The Harp of Aeolus it hight. Thomas Morell, To Mr. Thompson, on his unfinish'd Plan of a Poem, called The Castle of Indolence, in imitation of Spenser. By James Thomson. it checks no Vein, But every flowing Limb in Pleasure drowns, And heightens Ease with Grace. By the smooth Demon so it order'd was, And here his baneful Bounty first began: Though some there were who would not further pass, And his alluring Baits suspected han. Their only Labour was to kill the Time; And Labour dire it is, and weary Woe. 1 O mortal man, who livest here by toil, 2 Do not complain of this thy hard estate; 3 That like an emmet thou must ever moil, 4 Is a sad sentence of an ancient date: 5 And, certes, there is for it reason great; how they thundering call. "O grievious Folly! This Boy he kept each Band to disengage, Garters and Buckles, Task for him unfit, But ill-becoming his grave Personage, And which his portly Paunch would not permit. William Bayne: "No work of poetry written between the time of Spenser and Thomson is so marked by this absolutely delicate idealising tendency; nothing like it appears again till the time of Keats. To Noontide Shades incontinent he ran, Where purls the Brook with Sleep-inviting Sound; Or when Dan Sol to slope his Wheels began, Amid the Broom he bask'd him on the Ground, Where the wild Thyme and Camomil are found: There would he linger, till the latest Ray Of Light sat trembling on the Welkin's Bound: Then homeward through the twilight Shadows stray, Sauntring and slow. The inequality of the second part of the Castle of Indolence is known and acknowledged; yet one cause of this is perhaps the finished perfection of the first. No sooner Lucifer recalls Affairs, Than forth they various rush in mighty Fret; When, lo! Mean time the Master-Porter wide display'd Great Store of Caps, of Slippers, and of Gowns; Wherewith he Those who enter'd in, array'd; Loose, as the Breeze that plays along the Downs, And waves the Summer-Woods when Evening frowns. Why should he wake us from such a pleasant dream? But for those Fiends, whom Blood and Broils delight; Who hurl the Wretch, as if to Hell outright, Down down black Gulphs, where sullen Waters sleep, Or hold him clambering all the fearful Night On beetling Cliffs, or pent in Ruins deep: They, till due Time should serve, were bid far hence to keep. Countess of Hertford to Lady Luxborough: "I conclude you will read Mr. Thomson's Castle of Indolence: it is after the manner of Spenser; but I think he does not always keep so close to his style as the author of the School-Mistress [Shenstone], whose name I never knew until you were so good as to inform me of it, — I believe the Castle of Indolence will afford you much entertainment; there are many pretty paintings in it; but I think the wizard song deserves a preference: 'He needs no muse who dictates from the heart'" 15 May 1748; in Moulton, Library of Literary Criticism (1901-05) 3:263. Percival Stockdale: "It is, indeed, a masterpiece of poetry; it contains an infinite variety of entertainment, and instruction. Strait of these endless Numbers, swarming round, As thick as idle Motes in sunny Ray, Not one eftsoons in View was to be found, But every Man stroll'd off his own glad Way. A Bard here dwelt, more fat than Bard beseems; Who void of Envy, Guile, and Lust of Gain, On Virtue still, and Nature's pleasing Themes, Pour'd forth his unpremeditated Strain, The World forsaking with a calm Disdain: Here laugh'd he careless in his easy Seat, Here quaff'd encircled with the joyous Train; Oft moralizing sage; his Ditty sweet He loathed much to write, ne cared to repeat. Angels of Fancy and of Love, be near, And o'er the Blank of Sleep diffuse a Bloom! "Come, dwell with us! Preview this book » What people are saying - Write a review. A poem in Spenserian stanzas by J. Thomson (1700–48), published 1748. The puzzling Sons of Party next appear'd, In dark Cabals and nightly Juntos met; And now they whisper'd close, now shrugging rear'd Th' important Shoulder; then, as if to get New Light, their twinkling Eyes were inward set. Over the whole lies a blue atmosphere of vagueness, an opium-cloud, a vapour of dreams from the land of echoes, and the total effect is one of elaborate unreality, as of a finely proportioned piece of architecture built in mirage" History of Eighteenth-Century Literature (1889) 225-26. Nay, there are a few passages where he is actually not far off" History of English Prosody (1906-10) 2:462-63. What youthful Bride can equal her Array? The castle of indolence : an allegorical poem. A Fragment. The Castle of Indolence: an Allegorical Poem. 1791: Anonymous, War, an Imitation of Spencer. The Castle of Indolence has been thought his best poem, because the style was imitated from that of Spenser. The Demon INDOLENCE threats Overthrow To All that to Mankind is good and dear: Come, PHILOMELUS! Mason (1775) 190. the Day is done." 1802: William Wordsworth, Stanzas written in my Pocket-Copy of Thomson's Castle of Indolence. 1825: John Struthers, Stanzas, written for, and recited at the Opening of a Charity School. Where Indolence (for ſo the Wizard hight) Cloſe-hid his Caſtle mid embowering Trees, That half ſhut out the Beams of Phœbus bright, And made a Kind of checker'd Day and Night. Robert Shiels? Written in imitation of Spenser. It was a Fountain of Nepenthe rare: Whence, as Dan HOMER sings, huge Pleasaunce grew, And sweet Oblivion of vile earthly Care; Fair gladsome waking Thoughts, and joyous Dreams more fair. Mean while, unceasing at the massy Gate, Beneath a spacious Palm, the wicked Wight Was plac'd; and to his Lute, of cruel Fate, And Labour harsh, complain'd, lamenting Man's Estate. He ceas'd. 1797: Anna Laetitia Barbauld, To Mr. C—ge. To lose the present, gain the future Age, Praised to be when you can hear no more, And much enrich'd with Fame when useless worldly Store. ToI Blueprint 1-13 – Need complete set to turn in to Warehouse Keeper Walderal. "Ye Sons Of INDOLENCE, do what you will; And wander where you list, through Hall or Glade: Be no Man's Pleasure for another's staid; Let Each as likes him best his Hours employ, And curs'd be he who minds his Neighbour's Trade! It should not be confused with f. Or are you sportive — Bid the Morn of Youth Rise to new Light, and beam afresh the Days Of Innocence, Simplicity, and Truth; To Cares estrang'd, and Manhood's thorny Ways. The Castle hight of Indolence, And its false Luxury; Where for a little Time, alas! When this the watchful wicked Wizard saw, With sudden Spring he leap'd upon them strait; And soon as touch'd by his unhallow'd Paw, They found themselves within the cursed Gate; Full hard to be repass'd, like That of Fate. Here lurk'd a Wretch, who had not crept abroad For forty Years, ne Face of Mortal seen; In Chamber brooding like a loathly Toad, And sure his Linen was not very clean; Through secret Loop-hole, that had practis'd been Near to his Bed, his Dinner vile he took; Unkempt, and rough, of squalid Face and Mien, Our Castle's Shame! 1824: Chandos Leigh, The Queen of Golconda's Fete. by Edmund Blunden. Retrouvez Liberty, the Castle of Indolence, and Other Poems (Oxford English Texts) by Kroonm Thompson (2001-12-11) et des millions de livres en stock sur Amazon.fr. Join'd to the Prattle of the purling Rills, Were heard the lowing Herds along the Vale, And Flocks loud-bleating from the distant Hills, And vacant Shepherds piping in the Dale; And now and then sweet Philomel would wail, Or Stock-Doves plain amid the Forest deep, That drowsy rustled to the sighing Gale; And still a Coil the Grashopper did keep: Yet all these Sounds yblent inclined all to Sleep. Of Vanity the Mirror This was call'd. 48: Other editions - View all. Nor be forgot a Tribe, who minded Nought (Old Inmates of the Place) but State-Affairs: They look'd, perdie, as if they deeply thought; And on their Brow sat every Nation's Cares. Near the Pavilions where we slept, still ran Soft-tinkling Streams, and dashing Waters fell, And sobbing Breezes sigh'd, and oft began (So work'd the Wizard) wintry Storms to swell, As Heaven and Earth they would together mell: At Doors and Windows, threatening, seem'd to call The Demons of the Tempest, growling fell, Yet the least Entrance found they none at all; Whence sweeter grew our Sleep, secure in massy Hall. 1788: Gavin Turnbull, The Bard, a Poem; in the Manner of Spencer. 1827: John G. C. Brainard, The Money Diggers. Each Sound too here to Languishment inclin'd, Lull'd the weak Bosom, and induced Ease. This done, right fain, Sir Porter sat him down, and turn'd to Sleep again. we cannot Three persuade, To lie content beneath our peaceful Dome, Ne ever more to quit our quiet Glade; Yet when at last thy Toils, but ill apaid, Shall dead thy Fire, and damp its Heavenly Spark, Thou wilt be glad to seek the Rural Shade, There to indulge the Muse, and Nature mark: We then a Lodge for Thee will rear in HAGLEY-PARK." And up the Hills, on either Side, a Wood Of blackening Pines, ay waving to and fro, Sent forth a sleepy Horror through the Blood; And where this Valley winded out, below, The murmuring Main was heard, and scarcely heard, to flow. 1824: Rev. Or should they a vain Shew of Work assume, Alas! It should not be confused with f. Because of the sheer volume of archaisms and obsolete terminology in this work, such words have been linked to Wiktionary in grey. "Behold the merry Minstrels of the Morn, The swarming Songsters of the careless Grove, Ten thousand Throats! Heaps pour'd on Heaps, and yet they slip'd along In silent Ease: as when beneath the Beam Of Summer-Moons, the distant Woods among, Or by some Flood all silver'd with the Gleam, The soft-embodied Fays through airy Portal stream. Even Those whom Fame has lent her fairest Ray, The most renown'd of worthy Wights of Yore, From a base World at last have stolen away: So SCIPIO, to the soft Cumaean Shore Retiring, tasted joy he never knew before. 41: Section 3. But if, alas! 1824: Rev. A little, round, fat, oily Man of God, Was one I chiefly mark'd among the Fry: He had a roguish Twinkle in his Eye, And shone all glittering with ungodly Dew, If a tight Damsel chaunc'd to trippen by; Which when observ'd, he shrunk into his Mew, And strait would recollect his Piety anew. The Castle of Indolence served as a reintroduction of Spenserian stanza, and inspired other poets, including Lord Byron, William Wordsworth, Washington Irving and John Keats. Canto I. 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