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" Whatever be the reason, it is commonly observed that the early writers are in possession of nature, and their followers of art ; that the first excel in strength and invention, and the latter in elegance and refinement. "
Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most eminent ... - 243 페이지
저자: Elegant extracts - 1812
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A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the French Tongue

Jean Pons Victor Lecoutz de Levizac - 1850
...reason, it is commonly observed that the early writers are in possession of nature, and their followers of art ; that the first excel in strength and invention,...volumes that are suspended in the mosque of Mecca. But 1 s-oon found that no man was ever great by imitation. My desire of excellence impelled me to transfer...
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Scholarship examinations of 1846/47 (-1853/54).

Bengal council of educ - 1852
...It is commonly found that the most ancient writers are in possession of nature, and their followers of art; that the first excel in strength and invention, and the latter in elegance and refinement." Explain this passage, and give illustrations of it from the history of English Poetry. MENTAL PHILOSOPHY....
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The works of William Cowper, with a life of the author, by the editor R. Southey

William Cowper - 1852
...reason, it is commonly observed, that the early writers are in possession of nature, and their followers of art ; that the first excel in strength and invention, and the Utter in elegance and refinement." 1. " In earliest Greece, to thee, with partial choice, The grief-ful...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, 2권

Half hours - 1856
...reason, it is commonly observed, that the early writers are in possession of nature, and their followers, of art ; that the first excel in strength and invention,...mosque of Mecca. But I soon found that no man was evei great by imitation. My desire of excellence impelled me to transfer my attention to nature and...
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Rasselas

Samuel Johnson - 1856 - 93 페이지
...in possession of nature, and their followers of art; that the first excel in strength and mvention, and the latter in elegance and refinement. " I was...that no man was ever great by imitation. My desire uf excellence impcuea me to transfer my attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my subject,...
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Rasselas

Samuel Johnson - 1856 - 93 페이지
...it is commonljl _ observed that the early writers are in possession of nature,! and their followers of art ; that the first excel in strength and! invention, and the latter in elegance and refinement. * * ever great by imitation. My desire of excellence impei.eo me to transfer my attention to nature...
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Principles of Elocution

Thomas Ewing - 1857 - 412 페이지
...reason, it is commonly observed, that the early writers are in possession of nature, and their followers of art : that the first excel in strength and invention,...great by imitation. My desire of excellence impelled me to transfer my attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my subject, and men to be my auditors;...
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THE DIRAR of Wakefield, BY OLIVER GOLDSMITH, M.B., AND RASSELAS, PRINCE OF ...

SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D. - 1857
...reason, it is commonly observed that the early writers are in possession of nature, and their followers of art: that the first excel in strength and invention,...refinement. " I was desirous to add my name to this illustri3 [49] ous fraternity. I read all the poets of Persia and Arabia, and was able to repeat by...
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A theoretical and practical grammar of the French tongue

Jean-Pons-Victor Lecoutz de Levizac - 1858 - 446 페이지
...latter in elegance and refinement. I was desirous to add my name to this illustrious fraternity 11. I read all the poets of Persia and Arabia, and was able to repeat by memory the volumes that ac suspended in the mosque of Mecca. But I soon found that no n.nn was ever great by imitation. My...
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Rasselas: A Tale

Samuel Johnson - 1860 - 203 페이지
...art ; that the first excel in strength and invention, and the latter in elegance and refinement. 100 "I was desirous to add my name to this illustrious...great by imitation. My desire of excellence impelled me to transfer my attention to nature and to .life. Nature was to be my subject, and men to be my auditors...
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