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A Familiar Explanation of the Poetical Works of Milton: To which is Prefixed ... - Sayfa 15
William Dodd, Joseph Addison tarafından - 1762 - 144 sayfa
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The Spectator ...

1729
...Blemifhes in any particular Thoughts, there is an infinite Beauty in the greateft Part of them. In fhort, if there are many Poets who would not have fallen...likewife very much in this Particular: Nor muft we omit one Confideration which adds to his Honour and Reputation. Homer and Viryl introduced Perfons...
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The Spectator, 4. cilt

1738
...Blemifhes in any particular Thoughts, there is an infinite Beauty in the greateft Part of them. In fhprt, if there are many Poets who would not have fallen...Virgil has excelled all others in the Propriety of _his Sentiments. Milton mines likewife very much in this Particular : Nor muft we omit one Confideration...
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The Spectator: ...

1737
...Blemimes in any particular Thoughts, there is an infinite Beauty in the greateft Part of them. In fhort, if there are many Poets who would not have fallen...up to the Greatnefs of others. Virgil has excelled a\\ others in the Propriety of his Sentiments. Milton fnines likewife very much in this Particular....
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books, 1. cilt

John Milton - 1750
...blemilhes in any particular thoughts, there is an infinite beauty in the greateft part of them. In fliort, if there are many poets who would not have fallen into the meannefs of fome of his fentiments, there are none who could have rifen up to the greatnefs of others. Virgil has excelled...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books, 1. cilt

John Milton - 1750
...blemilhes in any particular thoughts, there is an infinite beauty in the greateft part of them. In fhort, if there are many poets who would not have fallen into the meannefs of fome of his fentiments, there are none who could have rifen up to the greatnefs of others. Virgil has excelled...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The Sixth ...

John Milton - 1763
...blemimes in any particular thoughts, there is an infinite beaut-y in the greateft part of them. In fhort, if there are many poets who would not have fallen into the meannefsof fome of his fentiments, there are none who could have rifen up to the greatnefs of others....
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Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ...

1776
...blemifhes in any particular thoughts, there is an infinite beauty in the greateft part of them. In fhort, if there are many poets who would not have fallen into the meannefs of fome of his fentiments, there are none who could have rifen up to the greatnefs of others. Virgil has excelled...
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The Spectator, 4. cilt

1778
...blemifhes in any particular thoughts, there is an infinite beauty in the greateft part of them. In mort, if there are many poets who would not have fallen into the meannefs of fome of his fentiments, there are none who could have rifen up to the greatneG of others. Virgil has excelled all...
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Harrison's British Classicks, 4. cilt

1786
...— HZ KNOW] WHAT BEST BEFITS EACH СНЛВАСТЕ». ' into the meannefs of fome of Vu fentiments, there are none who could have rifen up to the greatnefs...Virgil has excelled all others in the propriety of his fenriments. Milton fliine» likewife very much in this particular: nor mull we omit one confideration...
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The Spectator ...

Joseph Addison - 1803
...blemishes in any particular thoughts, there is an infinite beauty in the greatest part of them. In short, if there are many poets who would not have fallen into the meanness of some of his sentiments, there are none who could have risen up to the greatness of others....
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