J. T. Knowles on the Idylls, 1870
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The fine and wholesome moral breeze which always seenis to blow about the higher realms of Art comes to us fresh as ever from this great poem, and more acceptably than ever just now. A constant worship of Purity, and a constant reprobation of Impurity as the rock on which the noble projects of the 'blameless king' are wrecked, appear throughout upon the surface of the story.