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... 1 received any thing of any man for my verses 2 SPENCE'S ANECDOTES.
1 received any thing of any man for my verses . The same . The things that I have
written fastest have always pleased most . I wrote the Essay on Criticism fast , for I
had digested all the matter in prose before I began upon it in verse . The Rape ...
He said that it was inconceivable to him , and that there must be some mistake in
the matter : that Tickell and he were so intimately acquainted at Oxford that each
used to communicate to the other whatever verses they wrote even to the least ...
The same . [ Dr. Trapp , who was by at the time of this conversation , said that he
wondered how so many people came to imagine that Mr. Pope did not write this
copy of verses till after Addison's death , 10 SPENCE'S ANECDOTES ,
write this copy of verses till after Addison's death , since so many people , and he
himself for one , had seen it in Addison's lifetime . ] When there was so much talk
about the Duke of Chandos being meant under the character of Timon , Mr.
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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