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Mr. Brown , in his imitation of the styles of several different sorts of poets , has
pointed it out very strongly ; and Mr. Pope himself used to speak of those
likenesses as very just and very well taken . ' Tis much the same in writing as in
painting : a ...
[ Those five or six years , from about thirteen to twenty , were all poetical : he was
then diverting himself wholly in wandering through the poets and the better sort of
critics , who showed and set off the beauties in the former . ] The little copy of ...
I began writing verses of my own invention further back than I can remember .
The same . Ogilby's translation of Homer was one of the first large poems that
ever Mr. Pope read ; and he still spoke of the pleasure it then gave him with a sort
Crashaw is a worse sort of Cowley ; -he was a follower too of Petrarch and
Marino ; but most of Marino . He and Cowley were good friends , and the latter
has a good copy of verses on his death . About his pitch were Stanley * , the
author of the ...
Cowley in the latter part of his life showed a sort of aversion for women , and
would leave the room when they came in : it was probably from a disappointment
in love . He was much in love with his Leonora , who is mentioned at the end 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