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Oxford English Classics.
DR. JOHNSON'S WORKS. .
TALBOYS AND WHEELER, PRINTERS, OXFORD.
THE SECOND VOLUME.
106. The vanity of an author's expectations.-Reasons why good authors
are sometimes neglected
107. Properantia's hopes of a year of confusion. The misery of pro-
108. Life sufficient to all purposes if well employed
109. The education of a fop.......
110. Repentance stated and explained. Retirement and abstinence useful
-111. Youth made unfortunate by its haste and eagerness .
112. Too much nicety not to be indulged. The character of Eriphile.... 29
113. The history of Hymenæus's courtship
114. The necessity of proportioning punishments to crimes
115. The sequel of Hymenæus's courtship ..
116. The young trader's attempt at politeness
117. The advantages of living in a garret
118. The narrowness of fame ...
119. Tranquilla's account of her lovers, opposed to Hymenæus
120. The history of Almamoulin the son of Nouradin
- 121. The dangers of imitation. The impropriety of imitating Spenser 75
122. A criticism on the English historians ...
123. The young trader turned gentleman
124. The lady's misery in a summer retirement
125. The difficulty of defining comedy. Tragick and comick sentiments
126. The universality of cowardice. The impropriety of extorting praise.
The impertinence of an astronomer ......
1:27. Diligence too soon relaxed. Necessity of perseverance