Արդյունքներ 17–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
Here lies Lord Coningsby ; be civil : “ The rest God knows - perhaps the devil . "
The same . My letter to Mr. Addison on a future state was designed as an
imitation of the style of the Spectators ; and there are several cant. * Johannes
jacet hic ...
greatest compass in imitating styles that I ever knew in any man ; and he had it
partly from his method of instructing himself after he was out of the hands of his
bad masters ; which was at first almost wholly by imitation . Mr. Addison did not ...
In these rambles of mine through the poets , when I met with a passage or story
that pleased me more than ordinary , I used to endeavour to imitate it , or
translate it into English ; and this was the cause of my Imitations , published so
The Doctor had a very different opinion of it , and did not think it at all a right
imitation of his style . — Mr . Pope . Mr. Pope was born on the 21st of May , 1688.
His first education was extremely loose and disconcerted . He began Latin and ...
It now stands thus : That wrath which hurl'd to Pluto's gloomy reign The souls of
mighty chiefs untimely slainand was evidently altered to preserve the sense of
the word . fourth my latter translations * and imitations . The same 36 SPENCE'S
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