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Prometheus Unbound

noun
1.
a drama in verse (1820) by Shelley.
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  • And the poem, besides, shows in a flagrant degree the defect felt here and there in Prometheus Unbound.

    Oxford Lectures on Poetry Andrew Cecil Bradley
  • His translations p. 66from the Greek and longer poems are very beautiful, especially the Prometheus Unbound.

  • One of her first tasks was to transcribe the just written fourth act of Prometheus Unbound.

  • This last particular brings us directly upon Shelley's play of the Prometheus Unbound.

    The English Novel Sidney Lanier
  • A genuine liking for Prometheus Unbound may be reckoned the touch-stone of a mans capacity for understanding lyric poetry.

    Shelley John Addington Symonds
  • You could have cut the thongs and sent him soaring—given the world another ‘Prometheus Unbound.’

    Seven Miles to Arden Ruth Sawyer
  • I had read “Prometheus Unbound” with this thought in mind and wanted help to carry my study through all literature.

    Reveries over Childhood and Youth William Butler Yeats
  • The Prometheus Unbound of Æschylus is lost; but its name indicates that in the sequel the Titan is freed from his chains.

  • The finest specimens of this faculty are probably to be sought in that Shelleian treasury, Prometheus Unbound.

    Shelley Francis Thompson
  • He conceived it in his own way, but it is as much the theme of Hyperion as of Prometheus Unbound.

    Oxford Lectures on Poetry Andrew Cecil Bradley

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