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An Apologie for Poetrie, 1595

Philip Sidney - 1869 - 72 страници
...blood. So as he, that was not afhamed to make matters for Tragedies, yet coulde not refifl the fweet violence of a Tragedie. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was, that he in defpight of himfelfe, withdrewe himfelfe from harkening to that, which might mollifie his hardened...

The Defense of Poesy: Otherwise Known as An Apology for Poetry

Sir Philip Sidney - 1890 - 143 страници
...was not ashamed to make matters for tragedies, yet could not resist the sweet violence of a tragedy. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was that he, in despite of himself, withdrew himself from hearkening to that which might mollify his hardened heart....

An Apologie for Poetrie

Sir Philip Sidney - 1891 - 192 страници
...blood. So as he, that was not ashamed to make matters 15 for Tragedies, yet coulde not resist the sweet violence of a Tragedie. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was that he, in despight of himselfe, withdrewe himselfe from barkening to that, which might mollifie his hardened heart. But it...

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

Ernest Rhys - 1897 - 217 страници
...blood. So as he, that was not ashamed to make matters for Tragedies, yet coulde not resist the sweet violence of a Tragedie. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was, that he in despight of himselfe, withdrewe himselfe from barkening to that, which might molline his hardened heart. But it...

English Literary Criticism

Charles Edwyn Vaughan - 1896 - 219 страници
...was not ashamed to make matters for tragedies, yet could not resist the sweet violence of a tragedy. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was, that he in despite of himself withdrew himself from hearkening to that, which might mollify his hardened heart....

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

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...blood. So as he, that was not ashamed to make matters for Tragedies, yet coulde not resist the sweet violence of a Tragedie. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was, that he in despight of himselfe, withdrewe himselfe from harkening to that, which might mollifie his hardened heart. But it...

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

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...blood. So as he, that was not ashamed to make matters for Tragedies, yet coulde not resist the sweet violence of a Tragedie. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was, that he in despight of himselfe, withdrewe himselfe from barkening to that, which might mollifie his hardened heart. But it...

Elizabethan Critical Essays, Том 1

George Gregory Smith - 1904
...blood. So as he, that was not ashamed to make matters for 5 Tragedies, yet coulde not resist the sweet violence of a Tragedie. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was that he, in despight of himselfe, withdrewe himselfe from harkening to that which might mollifie his hardened heart. 10 But...

The Defence of Poësie: And Certain Sonnets

Sir Philip Sidney - 1906 - 108 страници
...so as hee, that was not ashamed to make matters for Tragedies, yet could not resist the sweet sweet violence of a Tragedie. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was, that heein despite of himself, withdrew himself from hearkening to that which might mollifie his hardned...

European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and ...

Barrett Harper Clark - 1918 - 501 страници
...was not ashamed to make matters for tragedies, yet could not resist the sweet violence ol a tragedy. And if it wrought no further good in him, it was that he, in despite of himself, withdrew himself from hearkening to that which might mollify his hardened heart....




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