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" Eloquence, which uses to make a business of a Letter of Gallantry, an examen of a Farce; and, in short, a great pomp and ostentation of words on every trifle. This is certainly the Talent of that Nation, and ought not to be invaded by any other. "
The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected in Eighteen Volumes ... - الصفحة 99
بواسطة John Dryden - 1808
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The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq: Secret love: or, The maiden queen ...

John Dryden - 1725
...Bufinefs of a Letter of Gallantry, an Examen of a Farce ; and, in flrort, a great Pomp and Oftentation of Words on every Trifle. This is certainly the Talent of that Nation, and ou^ht not to be invaded by any other. They do that out of Gaiety, which would be an Impoiition upon...

The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden ..., المجلد 1،الجزء 2

John Dryden - 1800 - عدد الصفحات: 596
...perhaps by some ape of the French eloquence, which uses to make a business of a letter of gallantry, an examen of a farce, and, in short, a great pomp...do that out of gaiety, which would be an imposition 8 upon us. We may satisfy ourselves with surmounting them in the scene, and safely leave them those...

The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden, Now First ...

John Dryden - 1800
...business of a letter of gallantry, an ova men of a farce, and, in short, a great pomp and osteptation of words on every trifle. This is certainly the talent...do that out of gaiety^ which would be an imposition 1 upon us. \Yc may satisfy ourselves with surmounting ' them in the scene, and safely leave them those...

The Flowers of Literature: Consisting of Selections from History ..., المجلد 2

William Oxberry - 1824
...or-dikes, itop the impetuous rage of it." The French, according to Dryden, in one of his Prefaces, " Make a great pomp and ostentation of words on every trifle....nation, and ought not to be invaded by any other." In his Preface to Virgil's Pastorals, he puts the character of the French in a very lively manner before...

A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The tempest. 1892

William Shakespeare - 1895
...Perhaps by some Ape of the French Eloquence, which uses to make a business of a Letter of Gallantry, an examen of a Farce ; and, in short, a great pomp...out of gaiety, which would be an imposition upon us. L We may satisfie our selves with surmounting them in the Scene, and safely leave them those trappings...

Dramatists of the Restoration: John Crowne

William Hugh Logan - 1874
...perhaps by some ape of the French eloquence, which uses to make a business of a letter of gallantry, an examen of a farce ; and, in short, a great pomp...the scene, and safely leave them those trappings of writing, and flourishes of the pen, with which they adorn the borders of their plays, and which are...

the dramatic works of william d avenant with prefatory memoir and notes

1874
...perhaps by some ape of the French eloquence, which uses to make a business of a letter of gallantry, an examen of a farce ; and, in short, a great pomp...of gaiety, which would be an imposition* upon us. It was originally Shakespeare's ; a poet for whom he had particularly a high veneration, and whom he...

A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The tempest. 1892

William Shakespeare - 1895
...some Ape of the French Eloquence, which uses to make a business of a letter of Gallantry, an cxamen of a Farce ; and, in short, a great pomp and ostentation...gaiety, which would be an imposition upon us. We may satisfie our selves with surmounting them in the Scene, and safely leave them those trappings of. writing,...

Plays of Mr. William Shakespeare: The Tempest

William Shakespeare - 1908
...bufinefs of a Letter of Gallantry an examen of a Farce; and, in fhort, a great pomp and oftentation of words on every trifle. This is certainly the Talent...other- They do that out of gaiety, which would be an impofition upon us. We may fatisfie our f elves with furmounting them in the Scene, and fafely leave...

Readings in English Literature

Roy Bennett Pace - 1917 - عدد الصفحات: 512
...perhaps by some ape of the French eloquence, which uses to make a business of a letter of gallantry an examen of a farce ; and, in short, a great pomp and ostentation of words on every 5 trifle. This is certainly the talent of that nation, and ought not to be invaded by any other. They...




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