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:Rapine, avarice, expense<br>This is idolatry; and these we adore:<br>'''Plain living and high thinking are no more:'''<br>The homely beauty of the good old cause<br>Is gone; our peace, our fearful innocence,<br>And pure religion breathing とができhousehold laws.<br>''- Written in London, September 1802, l. 9 (1802)''<br>
 
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=== Lyrical Ballads (1798-1800) ===
*'''「目…それはものを見ざるをえない。」''' ("The eye— it cannot choose but see")
:目…それはものを見ざるをえない<br>耳に静まることは命じられない<br>体はどこにあろうとも<br>望む望まざるに関わらず何かを感じる
:The eye— it cannot choose but see;<br>we cannot bid the ear be still;<br>our bodies feel, where'er they be,<br>against or with our will.<br>''- Expostulation and Reply, st. 5 (1798)''
*'''「自然を教師としなさい」''' ("Let Nature be your teacher")
:Come forth into the light of things,<br>'''Let Nature be your teacher'''.<br>''-The Tables Turned, st. 4 (1798)''
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