excerpt from 'A Memoir of Baron Bunsen Volume II' pp. 278 (110 words)

excerpt from 'A Memoir of Baron Bunsen Volume II' pp. 278 (110 words)

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A Memoir of Baron Bunsen Volume II

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Letter from Bunsen to Baron Stockmar, Wednesday: 4th February, 1852 - I heard the two speakers last night. The House was divided in appreciation : yet I am convinced that when the House and the nation shall have read and digested the documents, Lord P. will be allowed to have been in the wrong. That was the impression with which I retired at half past eight, to hear the reading of the ' Midsummer Night's Dream '(incomparable even with recollections of Ludwig Tieck) by the person of most genius in England—Mrs. Fanny Kemble, intermingled with the magic tones of Mendelssohn : thus to forget for some hours the whole misere.

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