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Joseph Spence Edmond Malone. LONDON : PRINTED BY T. DAVISON ,
WHITEFRIARS . ADVERTISEMENT . PERHAPS there never was a literary
PERHAPS there never was a literary collection existing only in Manuscript , with
which the public appear to be so familiar as the present one of SPENCE'S .
ANECDOTES ; for since the days of Warton and Johnson , who were first
permitted the ...
that simplicity of taste and minute correctness which mark the character of the
writer , we may confidently infer , that as he never embellishes , he scrupulously
delivers the identical language of the speaker . every other , It is rarely that men
If I am a good poet ( for in truth I do not know whether I am or not , but if I should
be a good poet ) there is one thing I value myself upon , and which can scarce be
said of any of our good poets ; and that is That I have never flattered any man ...
could not have been busied in so long a work there without his knowing
something of the matter , and that he never heard a single word of it till on this
occasion . This surprise of Dr. Young , together with what Steele has said against
Tickell 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