Crashaw did not imitate his example; he was all officiousness, he had the air of a chief superintendent of police.
Crashaw is never quite so great as there; but he is often quite as small.
These men help specially to vitalise the reputations of the narrower geniuses: such as Crashaw.
Yet the offence is that Crashaw should ever have written them at all.
Crashaw is now not the only maker of verses to whom may be given the two venerable names of Poet and Saint.
Crashaw was one of the influences that hastened the Stotts' departure from Stoke.
Mrs. Crashaw: ‘Agnes, you are the most ridiculously sensible woman in the country.’
"No doubt Mrs. Stott would be proud to exhibit the horror," said Crashaw.
The last matter to be touched on is the Verse of the paternal Crashaw, which has a unique character of its own.
Crashaw wrung his clasped hands and put the comment on one side.