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The poetry of this one is called philosophical, of that one philological, of a third rhetorical, and so on.
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"The poetry of this one is called philosophical, of that one philological, of a third rhetorical, and so on. Which is then the poetic poetry?"

- Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel

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Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel, Small This quote is written / told by Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel between March 10, 1772 and January 12, 1829. He was a famous Poet from Germany. The author also have 69 other quotes.

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