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" Pretender, beware at what hands thou receiv'st thy commodity; for thou wert never more fair in the way to be coz'ned than in this age in Poetry, especially in the Plays: wherein, now the concupiscence of dances and antics so reigneth, as to run away from... "
Great Plays: English - 77 페이지
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 37권

1856
...wherein now the concupiscence of dances and of antics so reigneth, as to run away from nature, and be afraid of her is the only point of art that tickles...contemners of it, and presumers on their own naturals ! [It is evident thai Sen has Shahpeare chiefly in view in what follows.] I deny not but that these...
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The North British Review, 24권

1855
...wherein now the concupiscence of dances and of antics so reigneth, as to run away from nature, and be w g ̓ Q n F7 g Ûޫ - ~ ُܲn ... r ˟ Hg n ΋ % J\_ +-^n:. []B } L L | :-Qdb v P q_ t •"onternners of it, and prcsuracrs on their own naturals! [It i» evident that Ben has Shalceupeare...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 37권

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1856
...wherein now the concupiscence of dances and of antics so reigneth. as to run away from nature, and be afraid of her is the only point of art that tickles...professors are grown so obstinate contemners of it, and presumera on their own naturals ! [It is evident that Ben has Shakspeare chiefly in view in what follows.]...
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The National Review, 6권

1858
...dances and of antics so reigneth, as to run away from Nature, and be afraid of her, is the only part of art that tickles the spectators. But how out of purpose, and place, do I name art 1 When the professors are grown so obstinate contemners of it, and presumers on their own naturals,...
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The works of the British dramatists, selected, with notes, biographies ..., 31권

sir John Scott Keltie - 1870
...wherein, now the concupiscence of dances and of antics EO reigneth, аз to run away from nature, and be afraid of her, is the only point of art that tickles the spectators. Bnt how out of purpose, and place, do I name art ? When the professors are grown so obstinate contenmers...
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The alchemist ; Catiline ; Bartholomew Fair

Ben Jonson - 1875
...concupiscence of dances and of antics so reigneth, as to run away from nature, and be afraid of her, is tlie only point of art that tickles the spectators. But...that way, and, by simple mocking at the terms, when tfiey understand not the things, think to get off wittily with their ignorance. Nay, they are esteemed...
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The Best Elizabethan Plays

William Roscoe Thayer - 1890 - 611 페이지
...wherein now the concupiscence of dances and of antics so reigneth, as to run away from Nature, and be afraid of her, is the only point of Art that tickles...they are deriders of all diligence that way, and, bv simple mocking at the terms, when they understand not the things, think to get off wittily with...
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Timber: Or, Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter

Ben Jonson - 1892 - 166 페이지
...and 6 3. 25 32. Venditation of their own naturals. Boastful display of their own natural gifts. Cf. " When the professors are grown so obstinate contemners of it and presumers on their own naturals " (To the Reader, The Alchemist, quarto, 1612). 26 1. As. That. Cf. 3 5, and references there. 2611....
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Timber: Or, Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter; Ed. with an Introduction ...

Ben Jonson - 1892 - 166 페이지
...and 6 3. 25 32. Venditation of their own naturals. Boastful display of their own natural gifts. Cf. " When the professors are grown so obstinate contemners of it and presumers on their own naturals " (To the Reader, The Alchemist, quarto, 1612). 26 1. As. That. Cf. 3 5, and references there. 26 11....
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The Outlook, 94권

1910
...werein, now the concupiscence of dances and of antics so reigneith as to run away from nature and be afraid of her, is the only point of art that tickles the spectators. And in 1611 he said : In so thick and dark an ignorance as now almost covers the age . . . you dare,...
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