Արդյունքներ 43–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
By his habits a man of letters ; by his skill a classical and elegant critic ; and by
the sweetness of his manners and perpetual curiosity , SPENCE Poke was well
adapted to promote , as well as. among * Johannes jacet hic Mirandola ; cætera ...
... together with what Steele has said against Tickell in relation to this affair , make
it highly probable that there was some underhand dealing in that business ; and
indeed Tickell himself , who is a very fair worthy man , has since in a manner as ...
... and allow his good qualities ; and that it should be something in the fol . lowing
manner : I then adjoined the first sketch of what has since been called my Satire
on Addison . Mr. Addison used me very civilly ever after , and never did me any ...
Tis much the same in writing as in painting : a painter who has a good manner of
his own , and a good talent for copying , may quite drop his own manner in his
copies , and yet be very easy to be distinguished in his originals . ] I began ...
whenever there was any thing political in them , I had no manner of feeling for it .
--The same . [ Those five or six years , from about thirteen to twenty , were all
poetical : he was then diverting himself wholly in wandering through the poets
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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