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" I am sometimes ready to imagine, that my disgust of low comedy proceeds not so much from my judgment as from my temper; which is the reason why I so seldom write it; and that when I succeed in it (I mean so far as to please the audience), yet I am nothing... "
The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected in Eighteen Volumes - الصفحة 219
بواسطة John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1808
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...сомfirms me in my Opinion of flighting popular Auflaufe, and', of contemning that Approbation which thofe very People give, equally with me, to the Zany of a Mountebank ; or to the Appearance of an Antic k on the Theater, without Wit on the Poet1 s fart^ or any occafion of Laughter from the Altor,...

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...I have done ; but am often vexed to hear the peofle laugh, and clap, as they perpetually do, where intended them no jest ; while they let pass the better things, without taking notice of them. \ et even this confirms me in my opinion of slighting popular applause, and of contemning that approbation...

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Thomas Whitcombe Greene - 1876 - عدد الصفحات: 314
...distance to zany it. — MASSINGER. Yet even this confirms me in my opinion of slighting popular 314 ZANY. Applause, and of contemning that approbation which those very people give, equally with me, to the 2any of a mountebank. — DRYDEN, Eeening's Love. As I have seen an arrogant baboon, With a -in-ill...

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1888
...be to others who judge better, and to prevent an accusation from my enemies, I am sometimes ready to imagine that my disgust of low comedy proceeds not...the better things, without taking notice of them." A hundred years later, such a sentence had become an impossibility. It is not merely that we should...

A History of Eighteenth Century Literature (1660-1780)

Edmund Gosse - 1889 - عدد الصفحات: 415
...be to others who judge better, and to prevent an accusation from my enemies, I am sometimes ready to imagine that my disgust of low comedy proceeds not...the better things, without taking notice of them." A hundred years later, such a sentence had become an im1 ossibility. It is not merely that we should...

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edmund gosse, ma - 1889
...be to others who judge better, and to prevent an accusation from my enemies, I am sometimes ready to imagine that my disgust of low comedy proceeds not...the better things, without taking notice of them." A hundred years later, such a sentence had become an impossibility. It is not merely that we should...

A History of Eighteenth Century Literature (1660-1780)

Edmund Gosse - 1889 - عدد الصفحات: 415
...is the reason why I so seldom write it, and that when I succeed in it, I mean so far as to ple.ise the audience, yet I am nothing satisfied with what...the better things, without taking notice of them." A hundred years later, such a sentence had become an impossibility. It is not merely that we should...

A History of Eighteenth Century Literature (1660-1780)

Edmund Gosse - 1891 - عدد الصفحات: 415
...be to others who judge better, and to prevent an accusation from my enemies, I am sometimes ready to imagine that my disgust of low comedy proceeds not...the better things, without taking notice of them." A hundred years later, such a sentence had become an impossibility. It is not merely that we should...

A History of Eighteenth Century Literature (1660-1780)

Edmund Gosse - 1891 - عدد الصفحات: 415
...be to others who judge better, and to prevent an accusation from my enemies, I am sometimes ready to imagine that my disgust of low comedy proceeds not...the better things, without taking notice of them." A hundred years later, such a sentence had become an impossibility. It is not merely that we should...

A History of Eighteenth Century Literature (1660-1780)

Edmund Gosse - 1891 - عدد الصفحات: 415
...is the reason why I so seldom write it, and that when I succeed in it, I mean so far as to plecise the audience, yet I am nothing satisfied with what...the better things, without taking notice of them. " A hundred years later, such a sentence had become an impossibility. It is not merely that we should...




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