Արդյունքներ 10–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
What a useful study might it be for a poet , in those parts that are changed , to
compare what was writ first with the successive alterations * , to learn his turns
and arts in. * The fourth book . + Let Friend affect to speak as Terence spoke ,
cessive alterations * , to learn his turns and arts in versification , and to consider
the reasons why such and such an alteration t was made . ] My works are now all
well laid out . The first division of them contains all I wrote under sixteen , which ...
There were also some couplets in it which I have since inserted in some other of
my works , without any alteration . As that in the Essay on Criticism , ( v . 194 ) . 6
Whose honours with increase of ages grow , As streams roll down , enlarging as
Though it might be a very useful lesson for a poet to compare those two editions
exactly , and to consider at each alteration how and why it was altered , it may not
be amiss to adjoin here the following list of alterations in that poem : Edit .
Altered for the better . 55 to 58. Altered for the better . 77 to 82. Six verses ,
instead of eight far inferior . 86. Two omitted . 100 to 115. Fifteen verses only ,
instead of twenty far inferior . 121. Rased . 127 to 132. Altered much for the better
. 149 to ...
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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