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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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The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition

Meyer Howard Abrams - 1958 - 406 페이지
...say, '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.' 1* The theorists we now single out as aesthetic primitivists departed from this quite orthodox neo-classic...
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Biographia Literaria, Or, Biographical Sketches of My Literary Life and Opinions

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1984 - 856 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, and the latter in elegance i;iograpma lam-ana. i COLERIDGE 1 . Note by Coleridge to his son Derwent inscribed on the half-title...
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Missing Measures: Modern Poetry and the Revolt Against Meter

Timothy Steele, Clara Gyorgyey - 1990 - 340 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 and the latter in elegance and refinement.'" In the second half of the eighteenth century, a work appeared that significantly contributed to the...
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The Idea of Progress in Eighteenth-century Britain

David Spadafora, James Spada - 1990 - 464 페이지
...Rasselas ( 1 759), the "early writers are in possession of nature, and their followers of art: . . . the first excel in strength and invention, and the latter in elegance and refinement." A balance of nature and art, of imagination and reason, of simplicity and elegance was not in itself...
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The Meaning of Literature

Timothy J. Reiss - 1992 - 395 페이지
...asserting, "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."47 The tension between invention and judgment settled in the disputes we followed in the...
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Studies in Criticism and Aest

Howard Anderson - 1999 - 419 페이지
...the 1 first half of Imlac's account of his apprenticeship as a poet, and of what a poet should be: "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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Poetry and the Making of the English Literary Past, 1660-1781

Richard G. Terry - 2001 - 354 페이지
...Imlac says in Rasselas, the 'early writers are in possession of nature, and their followers of art... the first excel in strength and invention, and the latter in elegance and refinement'. 98 Which of the two states and two aesthetics might be seen as superior was a matter on which no consensus...
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The Cambridge History of English Literature, 1660-1780

John Richetti - 2005 - 945 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, and the latter in elegance and refinement.'20 He might have instanced Blackwell among the observers. Imlac also asserts that 'No man...
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The Rosary Magazine, 33권

1908
...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." A sentiment more appropriate and applicable to the writer whose life-work is so dear to the heart of...
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Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, 30권

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1853
...It is commonly found that the most ancient writers are in possession of nature, htid 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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