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" If the poet do his part aright, he will show you in Tantalus, Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned ; in Cyrus, Aeneas, Ulysses, each thing to be followed... "
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...: Sir Philip Sidney's ...

1831
...as she was, who, Horace sweareth, was full ill favored. If the poet do his part aright, he will show you in Tantalus, Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned ; in Cyrus, .-Eneas, Ulysses, each thing to be followed : where the historian, bound to tell things as things were,...

The Miscellaneous Works of Sir Philip Sidney, Knt: With a Life of the Author ...

Sir Philip Sidney, William Gray - 1860 - 380 страници
...in Tantalus, Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned ; in Cyrus, /Eneas, Ulysses, each thing to be followed ; where the historian, bound to tell things as things were, cannot be liberal, without he will be poetical, of a perfect pattern ; but, as in Alexander, or Scipio himself,...

Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged ..., Том 4

Cassell, ltd - 1883
...lived in the time of Augustus. like, nothing that is not to be shunned ; in Cyr.us, Cuneas, Ulysses, each thing to be followed ; where the historian, bound to tell things as things were, cannot bo liberal, without he will be poetical, of a perfect pattern ; but, as in Alexander, or Seipio himself,...

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

Sir Philip Sidney - 1890 - 143 страници
...she was, who, Horace sweareth, was foul and ill-favored. If the poet do his part aright, he will show you in Tantalus, Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned ; in Cyrus, ^Eneas, Ulysses, each thing to be 20 followed. Where the historian, bound to tell things as things...

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

Sir Philip Sidney - 1890 - 143 страници
...Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned ; in Cyrus, ^Eneas, Ulysses, each thing to be 20 followed. Where the historian, bound to tell things as things were, cannot be liberal — without he will be poetical — of a perfect pattern ; but, as in Alexander, or Scipio...

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

Ernest Rhys - 1897 - 217 страници
...she was, who Horace sweareth, was foule and ill favoured. If the Poet doe his part a-right, he will shew you in Tantalus, Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned. In Cyrus, Aeneas, Ulisses, each thing to be followed ; where the Historian, bound to tell things as things were, cannot...

English Literary Criticism

Charles Edwyn Vaughan - 1896 - 219 страници
...was, who, Horace sweareth, was foul and ill-favoured. If the poet do his part aright, he will show you in Tantalus, Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned. In Cyrus, y£neas, Ulysses, each thing to be followed; where the historian, bound to tell things as things were,...

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

1897
...she was, who Horace sweareth, was foule and ill favoured.2 If the Poet doe his part a-right, he will shew you in Tantalus, Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned. In Cyrus, Aeneas, Ulisses, each thing to be followed ; where the Historian, bound to tell things as things were, cannot...

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

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...she was, who Horace sweareth, was foule and ill favoured.2 If the Poet doe his part a-right, he will shew you in Tantalus, Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned. In Cyrus, Aeneas, Ulisses, each thing to be followed ; where the Historian, bound to tell things as things were, cannot...

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

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...who Horace sweareth, was foule and ill favoured.2 If the Poet doe his part a-right, he will shew I you in Tantalus, Atreus, and such like, nothing that is not to be shunned. In Cyrus, Aeneas, Ulisses, each thing to be followed ; where the Historian, bound to tell things as things were, cannot...




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