Արդյունքներ 20–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
I wrote most of the Iliad fast , a great deal of it on journeys , from the little pocket
Homer on that shelf there ; and often forty or fifty verses on a morning in bed . The
same . The Dunciad cost me as much pains as any thing I ever wrote . The same
... of his observations on my second , which I had then finished , and which Mr.
Tickell had not touched Accordingly I sent him the second book the next morning
, and Mr. Addison a few days after returned it with very high commendations .
lating 30 or 40 verses before I got up , and piddled with it the rest of the morning ,
it went on easily enough ; and when I was thoroughly got into the way of it , I did
the rest with pleasure . - The same . [ He used to dream that he was engaged in ...
After the first edition of the Dunciad , and while Mr. Pope was preparing another
yet more irritating , I took the opportunity one morning when I had been reading
some things to him out of Bayle's Dictionary in his study ,. * A great faithful Danish
Addison usually studied all the morning ; then met his party at Button's ; dined
there , and stayed five or six hours , and sometimes far into the night . The same .
I was of the company for about a year * , but found it too much for me : it hurt my ...
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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