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13名無しさん@おーぷん :2017/03/04(土)12:21:42 ID:C22()
INFINITY, though of another kind, causes much of our pleasure in agreeable, as well as of our delight in sublime,
images. The spring is the pleasantest of the seasons; and the young of most animals, though far from being completely
fashioned, afford a more agreeable sensation than the full-grown; because the imagination is entertained with the
promise of something more, and does not acquiesce in the present object of the sense. In unfinished sketches of
drawing, I have often seen something which pleased me beyond the best finishing; and this I believe proceeds from
the cause I have just now assigned.

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