Արդյունքներ 28–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
... particulars respecting some modern authors ; but its miscellaneous nature , by
enlarging its sphere of amusement , remains to be discovered . In one respect the
present transcript from the manuscript may be considered as preferable to the.
... that true sensibility for genius , as to write down what can only confer fame on
another ; although our own literature is distinguished above that of every by a
monument of this nature which may excite our admiration as much as our
The same . Lord Bolingbroke is something superior to any thing I have seen in
human nature . You know I don't deal much in hyperboles . I quite think him what I
say.The same . Addison had Budgel , and I think Philips , in the house with him .
Something of the same nature had been then lately hinted at as to Ham walk . I
read the article to Mr. Pope , and said something that I thought my friendship
obliged me to say about his venturing alone to Richmond . He said , that “ the
people I ...
Shields , helms , and swords all jangle as they hang , And sound formidinous
with angry clang , " was a couplet of this nature in it . The same . There were also
some couplets in it which I have since inserted in some other of my works ,
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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