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1 translating any parts that pleased me , particularly in the best Greek and Latin
poets , and by that means formed my taste ; which I think verily about sixteen was
very near as good as it is now . — The same . I should certainly have written an ...
He died at Chertsey ; and his death was occasioned by a mean acci . dent , whilst
his great friend Dean Sprat was with him on a visit there . They had been together
to see a neighbour of Cowley's , who , according to the fashion of those times ...
Theobald was the attorney employed by her old friend , and it was by this means
that Theobald came to have Wycherly's papers in his hands . — The same . of his
debts and funeral charges , all the rest and residue of all his estate , ready ...
Yes , I know very well what you mean — that look which noblemen should have ,
rather than what they have generally now . The Duke of Buckingham was a
genteel man , and had a great deal of the look you speak of . Wycherly was a
It was this which set him up for a poet ; and he has resolved to keep up that
character , if he could , by any means fair or foul . Could any thing be more
impudent than his publishing that satire , for writing which Dryden was beaten in
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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