Արդյունքներ 37–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
The Rape of the Lock was written fast : all the machinery , you know , was added
afterwards ; and the making that , and what was published before , hit so well
together , is , I think , one of the greatest proofs of judgment , of any thing I ever
He has several things that he will scarce publish , and a good deal that he will .
— The same . [ He at the same time spoke very highly of his Dissertation on the
English History , and that on Parties , and called him absolutely “ the best writer of
... that he must therefore beg that I would not desire him to look over my first book
, because , if he did , it would have the air of double dealing . " I assured him that “
I did not at all take it ill of Mr. Tickell that he was going to publish his translation ...
temper would never admit of a settled friendship between us . " And , to convince
me of what he had said , assured me that “ Addison had encouraged Gildon to
publish those scandals , and had given him ten guineas after they were
On this hint we both agreed to write down all the volunteer reflections that should
thus come into our heads all the time we stayed there . We did so : and this was
what afterwards furnished out the maxims published in our Miscellanies .
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