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" Ryme is no impediment to his conceit, but rather giues him wings to mount and carries him, not out of his course, but as it were beyond his power to a farre happier flight. "
Octopussy: Dry Kidney & Blue Spots, Or, Senryû : Dirty Themes from 18-19c ... - Sivu 33
tekijä(t) Robin D. Gill - 2007 - 490 sivua
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Literary Pamphlets Chiefly Relating to Poetry from Sidney to Byron ...

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...Sonets, which yet we see in some so happily to succeed, and hath beene so farre from hindering their inuentions, as it hath begot conceit beyond expectation,...inuentions of the world : for sure in an eminent spirit, whom Nature hath fitted for that mysterie, Ryme is no impediment to his conceit, but rather giues him...

Literary Pamphlets Chiefly Relating to Poetry from Sidney to Byron ...

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...Sonets, which yet we see in some so happily to succeed, and hath beene so farre from hindering their inuentions, as it hath begot conceit beyond expectation,...inuentions of the world: for sure in an eminent spirit, whom Nature hath fitted for that mysterie, Ryme is no impediment to his conceit, but rather giues him...

Literary Pamphlets Chiefly Relating to Poetry from Sidney to Byron ...

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...some so happily to succeed, and hath beene so farre from hindering their inuentions, as it hath b_egot conceit beyond expectation, and comparable to the...inuentions of the world : for sure in an eminent spirit, whom Nature hath fitted for that mysterie, Ryme is no impediment to his conceit, but rather giues him...

Elizabethan Critical Essays, Nide 2

George Gregory Smith - 1904 - 940 sivua
...Sonets, ao which yet we see in some so happily to succeed, and hath beene so farre from hindering their inuentions, as it hath begot conceit beyond expectation,...whome Nature hath fitted for that mysterie, Ryme is no 35 impediment to his conceit, but rather giues him wings to mount, and carries him, not out of his...

Elizabethan Critical Essays, Nide 2

George Gregory Smith - 1904
...Sonets, ao which yet we see in some so happily to succeed, and hath beene so farre from hindering their inuentions, as it hath begot conceit beyond expectation,...spirit, whome Nature hath fitted for that mysterie, Rjjne, jfl no t (35 impediment to Juigconceit, butj^tber -giuss .him^iings to / mount, and carries...

Elizabethan Critical Essays, Nide 2

George Gregory Smith - 1904 - 940 sivua
...Sonets, 20 which yet we see in some so happily to succeed, and hath beene so farre from hindering their inuentions, as it hath begot conceit beyond expectation,...inuentions of the world : for sure in an eminent spirit, k whome Nature hath fitted for that mysterie, Ryme is no 25 impediment to his conceit, but rather giues...

A literary history of the English people from the renaissance to the civil ...

Jean Jules Jusserand - 1906
...unconsciously reproduced later by those passionate lovers of the art, Banville and Sainte-Beuve : " For sure, in an eminent spirit, whome Nature hath fitted for that mysterie, ryme who had studied at Cambridge, and fought in the Netherlands, a gamester and spendthrift, published...

Power in Verse: Metaphor and Metonymy in the Renaissance Lyric

Jane Hedley - 1988 - 199 sivua
...which yet we see in some so happily to succeed, and hath been so far from hindering their inventions, as it hath begot conceit beyond expectation, and comparable to the best inventions of the world: for sure in an eminent spirit whom Nature hath fitted for that mystery, rhyme...
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