Արդյունքներ 28–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
Authentic works , similar to SPENCE'S ANECDOTES , are precious , not only to
the historian of literature , but of the human mind ; the conversations of the
eminent person will always be found to reflect not only his own character , but an
[ When it was introduced into a conversation between Mr. Tickell and Mr. Pope by
a third person , Tickell did not deny it ; which , considering his honour and zeal for
his departed friend , was the same as owning it . ] Philips seemed to have been ...
That might have done you good indeed as to your health ; but it must have been
a very melancholy thing for so entirely , as you would have been , with a person
in his condition.— Pope . That's true ; but if you consider how I should have been
I have been assured , by a most intimate friend of Mr. Pope's , that “ the peer in
the Rape of the Lock was Lord Petre ; the person who desired Mr. Pope to write it
old Mr. Caryl of Sussex ; and that what is said of Sir Charles Brown in it was the ...
This is odd enough ; because she was with him so much in all the first part of his
life , when he is said by persons most intimate with him to have been excessively
gay and lively . It is very true , that in the. * Mrs. Racket was probably the wife of ...
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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