Almanac: Thomas Carlyle on Shakespeare’s intellect

INK BOTTLE“If I say that Shakespeare is the greatest of intellects, I have said all concerning him. But there is more in Shakespeare’s intellect than we have yet seen. It is what I call an unconscious intellect; there is more virtue in it than he himself is aware of.”

Thomas Carlyle, “Characteristics of Shakespeare”

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