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Literary Character Of Men Of Genius (Fiscle Part 13 of 2) Drawn From Their Own Feelings And Confessions

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Literary Character Of Men Of Genius (Fiscle Part 13 of 2) Drawn From Their Own Feelings And Confessions
Vanity, Egotism, A Strong Sense Of Their Own Sufficiency, Form Another
Accusation Against Men Of Genius; But The Complexion Of Self-Praise Must
Alter With The Occasion; For The Simplicity Of Truth May Appear Vanity,
And The Consciousness Of Superiority Seem Envy--To Mediocrity. It Is We
Who Do Nothing, And Cannot Even Imagine Anything To Be Done, Who Are So
Much Displeased With Self-Lauding, Self-Love, Self-Independence,
Self-Admiration, Which With The Man Of Genius May Often Be Nothing But An
Ostensible Modification Of The Passion Of Glory.

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