Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Cervantes” in chapter 1 of Margaret Fuller, Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli:
...l genius,—but the same wide wisdom, a discernment piercing the shows and symbols of existence, yet rejoicing in them all, both for their own life, and as signs of the unseen reality.
Not that Cervantes philosophized,—his genius was too deeply philosophical for that; he took things as they came before him, and saw their actual relations and bearings.
Thus the work he produced was of deep mea...
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