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Specimens of English prose-writers, from the earliest times to the close of ... - Page 420
edited by - 1807
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Sir Philip Sydney's Defence of Poetry: And, Observations on Poetry and ...

Sir Philip Sidney - Poetry - 1787 - 158 pages
...familiar with the beft authors, fhall ever and anon find fomewhat of themfelves, and in the expreffion of their minds, even when they feel it not, be able to utter fomething like theirs, which hath an authority above their own, Nay, fome'.imes it is the reward of...
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Littell's Living Age, Volume 254

1907 - 848 pages
...perfect truth, "and are familiar with the best authors, shall ever and anon find somewhat of them in themselves; and in the expression of their minds,...man's study, the praise of quoting another man fitly." To put it otherwise, the crime lies not in the process, but in the bungling of the process. A quick...
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The Works of Ben Jonson: With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and ..., Volume 9

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - English drama - 1875 - 560 pages
...accustom themselves, and are familiar with the best authors, shall ever and anon find somewhat of them in themselves, and in the expression of their minds,...must exercise all. ^For as in an instrument, so in\ *'^'~ ^1 style, there must be a harmony and consent of parts. ) /* 0- }w\h -cxxv. Prcecipiendi modi....
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Timber, Or, Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter

Ben Jonson - 1892 - 218 pages
...the best authors shall ever and anon find somewhat of them in themselves, and in the expression 35 of their minds, even when they feel it not, be able...praise of quoting another man fitly ; and though a 5 man be more prone and able for one kind of writing than another, yet he must exercise all. For as...
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Timber: Or, Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter; Ed. with an Introduction ...

Ben Jonson - 1892 - 216 pages
...the best authors shall ever and anon find somewhat of them in themselves, and in the expression 35 of their minds, even when they feel it not, be able...praise of quoting another man fitly ; and though a 5 man be more prone and able for one kind of writing than another, yet he must exercise all. For as...
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Timber: Or, Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter; Ed. with an Introduction ...

Ben Jonson - 1892 - 204 pages
...the best authors shall ever and anon find somewhat of them in themselves, and in the expression 35 of their minds, even when they feel it not, be able...man's study, the praise of quoting another man fitly; and''.jhpugh_a s man be jnore prone and able for one kind of writing, than another,_yet_he must exercise,...
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Timber: Or, Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter

Ben Jonson - English prose literature - 1892 - 222 pages
...the best authors shall ever and anon find somewhat of them in themselves, and in the expression 35 of their minds, even when they feel it not, be able...reward of a man's study, the praise of quoting another mSn fitly; and though a s man be more prone and able for one kind of writing than another, yet he must...
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Timber: Or, Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter

Ben Jonson - English prose literature - 1892 - 216 pages
...sometimes it is the reward of a man's study, the praise of quoting another man fitly; and though a s man be more prone and able for one kind of writing...yet he must exercise all. For as in an instrument, SO_ ill StYJe^ there mUSt .b> a Pnecipiendi mcdL^— I take this laborinleaching others. 10 that...
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Timber

Ben Jonson - 1892 - 216 pages
...the best authors shall ever and anon find somewhat of them in themselves, and in the expression as of their minds, even when they feel it not, be able...something like theirs, which hath an authority above their I own. Nay, sometimes it is the reward of a man's study, the praise of quoting another man fitly; and...
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Timber: Or, Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter

Ben Jonson - English prose literature - 1892 - 228 pages
...authors shall ever and anon find somewhat of them in themselves, and in the expression 35 .-.•'• .. of their minds, even when they feel it not, be able to uttei something like theirs, which hath an authority above theii own. Nay, sometimes it is the reward...
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