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An Apologie for Poetrie. 1595

Edward Arber - 1869 - 72 страници
...which is one of the greatefl beauties can be in a language. Now, of verfifying there are two forts, the one Auncient, the other Moderne : the Auncient marked the quantitie of each filable, and according to that, framed his verfe : the Moderne, obferuing onely number, (with fome...

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

James Mercer Garnett - 1890 - 701 страници
...beyond the Latine : which is one of the greatest beauties can be in a language. Now, of versifying there are two sorts, the one Auncient, the other Moderne : the Auncient marked the quantitie of each silable, and according to that framed his verse : the Moderne, observing onely number, (with some regarde...

An Apologie for Poetrie

Sir Philip Sidney - 1891 - 192 страници
...far beyond the Latine: which is one of the greatest beauties can be in a language. Now, of versifying there are two sorts, the one Auncient, the other Moderne : the Auncient marked "the WrAncC£tnt"y quantitie of each silable, and according to that, 20 3Mo&™iy (2) framed his verse :...

Poetic and Verse Criticism of the Reign of Elizabeth

Felix Emmanuel Schelling - 1891 - 97 страници
...: Now, of versifying there are two sorts, . . . the Auncient marked the quantitie of each silable, and according to that framed his verse: the Moderne, obseruing onely number, (with some regarde of the accent,) the chiefe life of it, standeth in that lyke sounding of the words, which wee...

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

Ernest Rhys - 1897 - 217 страници
...beyond the Latine : which is one of the greatest beauties can be in a language. Now, of versifying there are two sorts, the one Auncient, the other Moderne : the Auncient marked the quantitie of each silable, and according to that, framed his verse: the Moderne, observing onely number, (with some regarde...

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

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...far beyond the Latino: which is one of the greatest beauties can be in a language. Now, of versifying there are two sorts, the one Auncient, the other Moderne : the Auncient marked the quantitie of each silable, and according to that, framed his verse : the Moderne, observing onely number, (with some...

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

Ernest Rhys - 1897
...far beyond the Latine: which is one of the greatest beauties can be in a language. Now, of versifying there are two sorts, the one Auncient, the other Moderne : the Auncient marked the quantitie of each silable, and according to that, framed his verse : the Moderne, observing onely number, (with some...

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

1897
...is one of the greatest beauties can be in a language. Now, of versifying there are two sorts, the j one Auncient, the other Moderne : the Auncient' marked the quantitie of each silable, and according to that, framed his verse : the Moderne, observing onely number, (with some...

Sidney's Apologie for Poetrie

Sir Philip Sidney - 1907 - 111 страници
...language. Its adaptability both to ancient and modern systems of versification. Now, of versifying there are two sorts, the one Auncient, the other Moderne: the Auncient marked the quantitie 5 of each silable, and according to that framed his verse; the Moderne obseruing onely number (with...

Sidney's Apologie for Poetrie

Sir Philip Sidney - 1907 - 111 страници
...two sorts, the one Auncient, the other Moderne : the Auncient marked the quantitie 5 of each silable, and according to that framed his verse ; the Moderne obseruing onely number (with some regarde of the accent), the chiefe life of it standeth in that lyke sounding of the words, which wee...




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