Արդյունքներ 31–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
I never could speak in public ; and I do not believe that if it was a set thing , I
could give an account of any story to twelve friends together ; though I could tell it
to any three of them with a great deal of pleasure . When I was to appear for the ...
I believe there may , a good deal ; but , with all that , there certainly is not any of
the ancients who reasons so well as Mr. Locke . The same . In my first setting out ,
I never read any art of logic or rhetoric . I met with Locke : he was quite insipid to ...
... first husband , before she married Mr. Pope , the father . She was , I think ,
above forty when Pope was born . M. * This I believe is a mistake of Mr. Spence
OF MEN AND BOOKS . 25.
Let Clarke make half his life the poor's support ; But let him give the other half to
CourtWas a couplet in the manuscript for the fourth book of the Dunciad ; but I
believe I shall omit it , though , if rightly understood , it has more of commendation
... 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 engaged for a large
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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