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Mr. Dryden , though they always talk of his being hurried so much , was as long in
translating Virgil . Indeed , he wrote plays and other things in the same period . —
The same . The French translation of my Essay on Man gives the sense very ...
I have formerly said , that Virgil wrote one honest lineSecretosque pios ; his
dantem jura Catonem . Æn . 8. 670 . and that I now believe was not meant of
Cato Uticensis . — Mr . Pope . What terrible moments does one feel after one has
... one of their urns ; and Magnis ubi flexibus errat Mincius , on the other : then two
turns in the first niches in the grove - work on the sides , with the busts of Homer
and Virgil : and higher , two others , with those of Marcus Aurelius and Cicero .
He met with Statius very early , liked him much , and translated a good deal from
him ; and to the last he used to call him the best of all the Latin epic poets after
Virgil . However , these two instances , and perhaps a little more regard for Ovid's
tated , and there of Statius ; here Homer and Virgil , and there Ovid and Claudian
. “ It was an imitative poem then , as your other exercises were imitations of this or
that story ? ” “ Just that . ” — The same . Mr. Pope wrote verses imitative of ...
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A collection of anecdotes, mostly collected from Spence's conversations with Pope, but including snippets from many others as well. Most deal with literature, writing, and impressions of ... Read full review