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" In the works of the two authors we may read their manners and natural inclinations, which are wholly different. Virgil was of a quiet, sedate temper; Homer was violent, impetuous, and full of fire. The chief talent of Virgil was propriety of thoughts... "
The Miscellaneous Works: Containing All His Original Poems, Tales, and ... - Sivu 20
tekijä(t) John Dryden - 1760
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Fables Antient and Modern: Translated Into Verse from Homer, Ovid, Boccace ...

John Dryden - 1713 - 550 sivua
...read their Manners, and mtural Inclinations, which are wholly different, Virgil was of a quiet, ftdite Temper; Homer was violent, Impetuous, and full of...Expreffions, which his Language, and the Age in which he liv'd, allow'd him; Homer's Invention was more1 Virgil's more confin'd : So that if Homer had not led...

The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq: Containing All His Original ...

John Dryden - 1767
...their manners, and natural inclinations, which are wholly different. Virgil was of a quiet, fedate temper ; Homer was violent, impetuous, and full of...rapid in his thoughts, and took all the liberties berties both of numbers, and of expreffions, which his language, and the age in which he lived, allowed...

The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Nide 15

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...their manners, and natural inclinations, \vhich are wholly different. Virgil was of a quiet, fedate temper ; Homer was violent, impetuous, and full of...invention was more copious, Virgil's more confined : fa that if Homer had not led the way, it was not in Virgil to have begun heroic poetry : for nothing...

The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Nide 15

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...their manners, and natural inclinations, which are wholly different. Virgil was of a quiet, fedate temper; Homer was violent, impetuous, and full of...liberties, both of numbers and of expreffions, which hie language, and the age in which he lived, allowed him : Homer's invention was more copious, Virgil's...

The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical ..., Nide 15,Sivu 3

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...wholly different. Virgil was of a quiet, fedate temper ; Homer was violent, impetuous, and full of fare. The chief talent of Virgil was propriety of thoughts,...and took all the liberties, both of numbers and of exprefllons, which his language, and the age in which he lived, allowed him : Homer's invention was...

The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical, Nide 6

1795
...read their manners, and natural inclinations which are wholly different. Virgil wa> of a quiet, fedate temper ; Homer was violent, impetuous, and full of...and took all the liberties, both of numbers and of expreffiotfe, which his language, and the age in which he lived, allowed him : Homer's invention was...

The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical ...

Robert Anderson - 1795
...Virjtl was of a quiet, fedate temper ; Homer was Ttolent, impetuous, and full of fire. The chief ttlem of Virgil was propriety of thoughts, and ornament of words : Homer was rapid in hi> tiaajhts, and took all the liberties, both of numfers nd of expreffions, which his language, and...

Dryden. Smyth. Duke. King. Sprat. Halifax

Samuel Johnson - 1800
...their manners, and natural inclinations, which are wholly ditferent. Virgil 'was of a quiet, fedate temper; Homer was violent, impetuous, and full of...and took all the liberties both of numbers and of eipreffions, which his language, and the age in which he lived, allowed him: Homer's invention was...

The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden: Now First ...

John Dryden - 1800
...their manners, and natural inclinations, which are wholly different. Virgil was of a quiet, sedate temper ; Homer was violent, impetuous, and full of...thoughts, and ornament of words : Homer was rapid in his antagonist's coarseness, but not his strength. Collier replied ; for contest was his delight ; he was...

The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden: Now First ..., Nide 3

John Dryden - 1800 - 662 sivua
...their manners, and natural inclinations, which are wholly different. Virgil was of a quiet, sedate temper ; Homer was violent, impetuous, and full of...thoughts, and ornament of words : Homer was rapid in his antagonist's coarseness, but not his strength. Collier replied; for contest was his delight; he was...




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