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" Muses, no more to scorne the sacred misteries of Poesie : no more to laugh at the name of Poets, as though they were next inheritours to Fooles : no more to jest at the reverent title of a Rymer: but to beleeve with Aristotle, that they were the auncient... "
Sir Philip Sidney's Astrophel and Stella und Defence of poesie: nach den ... - Страница 109
по Sir Philip Sidney - 1889 - 112 страници
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A Text-book on English Literature: With Copious Extracts from the Leading ...

Brainerd Kellogg - 1882 - 478 страници
...that have had the evill lucke to reade this incke-wasting toy of mine, even in the name of the nyne Muses no more to scorne the sacred misteries of Poesie; no more to laugh at the name of Poets, as though they were next inheritours to Fooles; no more to jest at the reverent title of Rymer: but...

Selections in English Prose from Elizabeth to Victoria (1580-1880).

James Mercer Garnett - 1891 - 701 страници
...evill-lucke to reade this incke-wasting toy of mine, even in the name of the nyne Muses, no more to scorn the sacred misteries of Poesie : no more to laugh at the name of Poets, as though they were next inheritours to Fooles : no more to jest at the reverent title of a Rymer :...

The Prelude to Poetry: The English Poets in the Defence and Praise of Their ...

Ernest Rhys - 1897 - 217 страници
...that have had the evill lucke to reade this incke-wasting toy of mine, even in the name of the nyne Muses, no more to scorne the sacred misteries of Poesie : no more to laugh at the name of Poets, as though they were next inheritours to Fooles : no more to jest at the reverent title of a Rymer :...

Introduction. I. Johnson's preliminary essay - 'On the origin and importance ...

1897
...that have had the evill lucke to reade this incke-wasting toy of mine, even in the name of the nyne Muses, no more to scorne the sacred misteries of Poesie : no more to laugh at the name of Poets, as though they were next inheritours to Fooles : no more to jest at the reverent title of a Rymer:...

Literary Pamphlets Chiefly Relating to Poetry from Sidney to Byron ...

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...that have had the evill lucke to reade this incke-wasting toy of mine, even in the name of the nyne Muses, no more to scorne the sacred misteries of Poesie : no more to laugh at the name of Poets, as though they were next inheritours to Fooles : no more to jest at the reverent title of a Rymer :...

The Greater English Poets of the Nineteenth Century

William Morton Payne - 1907 - 388 страници
...that have had the evill lucke to reade this incke-wasting toy of mine, even in the name of the nyne Muses, no more to scorne the sacred misteries of Poesie: no more to laugh at the name of Poets, as though they were next inheritours to Fooles: no more to jest at the reverent title of a Rymer: but...

Sidney's Apologie for Poetrie

Sir Philip Sidney - 1907 - 111 страници
...that haue had the euill lucke to reade this incke-wasting toy of mine, euen in the name of the nyne Muses, no more to scorne the sacred misteries of Poesie, no more 35 to laugh at the name of Poets, as though they were next inheritours to Fooles, no more to iest at...

The Defence of Poesie: A Letter to Q. Elizabeth; A Defence of Leicester

Philip Sidney - 1908 - 126 страници
...feeble, since the cause why it is not esteemed in England, is the fault of Poet-apes, not Poets. Since lastly our tongue is most fit to honour Poesie, and to bee honoured by Poesie, I conjure you all that have had the evill luck to read this inckwasting toy of mine, even in the name...

Edinburgh Review, Or Critical Journal, Том 207

1908
...the name of Dante's Beatrice. At the end of the book Sidney conjures his readers ' no more to soorne the sacred misteries of Poesie ; no more to laugh at the name of Poets ; but to beleeve with Aristotle that they were the auncient Treasurers of the Graecians Divinity. Thus...

The Prose works of Sir Philip Sidney

Sir Philip Sidney - 1963
...feeble, since the cause why it is not esteemed in England, is the fault of Poet-apes, not Poets. Since lastly, our tongue is most fit to honour Poesie, and to bee honoured by Poesie, I conjure you all that have had the evill luck to read this inck-wasting toy of mine, even in the name...
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