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" Odyssey, though at the same time those who have treated this great poet with candour, have attributed this defect to the times in which he lived. It was the fault of the age, and not of Homer, if there wants that delicacy in some of his sentiments, which... "
The Works of Virgil: In Latin & English. The Aeneid - Sayfa 1
Virgil tarafından - 1778
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The Spectator. ...

1712
...have treated this great Poet with Candour, have attributed this Defect to the Times in which he lived. It was the Fault of the Age, and not of Homer, if there wants that Delicacy infomeof his Sentiments, which appears in the Works of Men of a much inferior Genius. Befides, if there...
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The Spectator, 4. cilt

1738
...have treated this great Poet with Candour, have attributed this Defeft to the Times in which he lived. It was the fault of the Age, and not of Homer, if there wants that Delicacy in fome of his Sentiments which now appears in the Works of Men of a much inferior Genius. Befides, if there are Blemifhes...
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The Spectator: ...

1737
...Candour, have attributed this Defect to the Times in which he lived. It was the Fault of the Age,and not of Homer, if there wants that Delicacy in fome of his Sentiments, which appears in the Works of Men of a much inferior Genius. Befides, if there are Blemimes...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books, 1. cilt

John Milton - 1750
...have treated this great poet with candor, have attributed this defect to the times in which he lived. It was the fault of the age, and not of Homer, if...wants that delicacy in fome of his fentiments, which now appears in the works of men of a much inferior genius. Befides, if there are blemilhes in any particular...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books, 1. cilt

John Milton - 1750
...have treated this great poet with candor, have attributed this defeft to the times in which he lived. It was the fault of the age, and not of Homer, if...wants that delicacy in fome of his fentiments, which now appears in the works of men of a much inferior genius. Befides, if there are blemilhes in any particular...
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A Familiar Explanation of the Poetical Works of Milton: To which is Prefixed ...

William Dodd - 1762 - 144 sayfa
...have treated this great Poet with Candour have attributed this Defect to the Times in which he lived. It was the Fault of the Age, and not of Homer, if there wants that Delicacy, in fome of his Sentiments, which now appears in the Works of Men of a much inferior Genius. Befides, if there are...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The Sixth ...

John Milton - 1763
...treated this great poet with candor, have attributed this defeat to the times in •which he lived. It was the fault of the age, and not of Homer, if...wants that delicacy in fome of his fentiments, which now appears in the works of men of a much inferior genius. Befides, if there are blemimes in any particular...
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Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ...

1776
...treated this great poet with candour, have atti ibuted this defect to the times in which he lived. It was the fault of the age, and not of Homer, if there wants that delicacy in fome of his ientiments which now appears in the works of men of a much inferior genius. Befides, if there are blemifhes...
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The Spectator, 4. cilt

1778
...have treated this great poet with candour, have attributed this defeat to the times in which he lived. It was the fault of the age, and not of Homer, if...wants that delicacy in fome of his fentiments, which now appears in the works of men of a much inferior genius. Befides, if there are blemifhes in any particular...
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Select British Classics, 14. cilt

1803
...have treated this great poet with candour, have attributed this defect to the times in which he lived. It was the fault of the age, and not of Homer, if there wants that delicacy in some of his sentiments, which now appears in the works of men of a much inferior genius. Besides, if...
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