Alexis de Tocqueville about poetry (“Democracy in America”, 1840) - Nothing conceivable is so petty, so insipid, so crowded with paltry interests, in one word so anti-poetic, as the life of a man in the United States.
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Nothing conceivable is so petty, so insipid, so crowded with paltry interests, in one word so anti-poetic, as the life of a man in the United States.
 Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (1840). copy citation

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Translated by Henry Reeve
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