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" By supposition, as place is introduced, time may be extended; the time required by the fable elapses for the most part between the acts; for, of so much of the action as is represented, the real and poetical duration is the same. "
Court Magazine, and Monthly Critic: Containing Original Papers, by ... - الصفحة 258
1837
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...which was always known to be neither Sicily nor Athens, but a modern theatre. ' By supposition, as place is introduced, time may be extended; the time...If, in the first act, preparations for war against Milhridates are represented to be made in Rome, the event of the war may, without absurdity, be represented,...

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...to be neither Sicily nor Athens, but a modern theatre. By supposition, as place is introleo duced, time may be extended; the time required by the fable...the action as is represented, the real and poetical 166 duration is the same. If, in the first act, preparations for war against Mithridates are represented...

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...to be neither Sicily nor Athens, but a modern theatre? By supposition, as place is introduced, times may be extended; the time required by the fable elapses...If, in the first act, preparations for war against Mithndates are represented to be made in Rome, the event of the war may, without absurdity, be represented,...

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