impassionned by/impassionned for [ impassioned ]

cyaxares_died

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I wanted to use the expression "to , but I am not sure I am not committing a Gallicism this way! In case neither of my two example sentences fit the bill, please suggest a good idiomatic way to express myself; otherwise please tell me which of them would sound natural to an English native speaker's ear.


In any case, what exactly constitutes the genius of not few writers considered classics might forever stay in the dark for me.
How many writers
sound interesting when their style is described by someone impassionned for them, but lame when actually on paper in front of one's eyes...


How many writers sound interesting when their style is described by someone impassionned by them, but lame when actually on paper in front of one's eyes...
 
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