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NOTES ON HYPERION.
l. 113. So Apollo leaches his divinity—by knowledge which includes experience of human suffering—feeling 'the giant-agony of the world'.
Page 198. l. 114. gray, hoary with antiquity.
Who gathers all things mortal
Page 199. l. 136. Filled in, in pencil, in a transcript of Hyperion by Keats's friend Richard Woodhouse—
Glory dawn'd, he was a god.
HENRY FROWDE, M.A.
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