I spoke to my friends of nothing but Klopstock, and showed his letters.
The same song of Mary was read at the public funeral of Klopstock.
Klopstock now relapsed into melancholy; new ideas failed him, and his poetry became more and more vague and unintelligible.
In his odes Klopstock had more scope for his peculiar talent.
That is why Diderot called the deceivers 'fair as the seraphin of Klopstock, terrible as the fiends of Milton.'
The word Telyn, as we have seen, was adopted by the bards from Klopstock.
This was certainly singular preaching; it reads like a leaf or two from Klopstock.
At the last, Klopstock said plainly that he loved; and I startled as for a wrong thing.
The case was this: Klopstock could not speak English, though everybody remembers the pretty broken English of his second wife.
This was sincerely my meaning, and I had this meaning till Klopstock came again to Hamburg.