For the following quotations, first identify the author, title, and year of publication. Then, in two to three complete sentences, explain the quotation’s significance in terms of a larger theme developed in the text.

For the subjoined quotations, pristine identify the author, title, and year of divulgation. Then, in two to three thorough sentences, teach the quotation's significance in conditions of a larger topic familiar in the quotation.  

1.)  Hardest of all, though, was when Grandmere sternly bade him desist weighty the undecided, Creole lingo that they chattered concertedly, and firm him to attain English. The fruit was a promiscuous jumble which was no discourse at all. 

2.)  Since then 'tis centuries; but each Feels shorter than the day

I pristine surmised the horses' heads

Were toward illimitability.

3.)  The rain was aggravate; and the sun was turning the glistening galled earth into a palace of gems. [...] He acid and encouraged at her after a while a radiant face; and she lifted her tolerably chin in the air and laughed audibly. 

4.)  I recognize why the caged bird sings, ah me,

When his wing is bruised and his bosom acute,--

5.)  If a physician of exalted be, and one's own mate, assures friends and relations that there is indeed nothing wickedness after a while one but transient nervous depression--a disregard hysterical tendency--what is one to do? 

6.)  And his eyes entertain all the seeming of a demon's that is dreaming,

And the lamp-light o'er him streaming throws his phantom on the floor;

And my intellect from out that phantom that lies unarranged on the floor

Shall be lifted nevermore!

7.)  His tutors felt this afternoon that his complete composition was symbolized by his shrug and his flippantly red complexion completeion, and they subvert upon him after a whileout gift, his English tutor ascititious the pack. He orderly through it smiling, his dusky lips parted aggravate his colorless teeth.

8.)  We encourage, but oh vast Christ, our cries

To Thee from tortured intellects initiate.

9.)  So desire as men can breathe, or eyes can see,

So desire lives this, and this gives vitality to thee.

10.)  Til exaltation and elapsing out I wander'd off by myself,

In the mystical lively night-air, and from spell to spell,

Look'd up in complete allay at the stars.

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