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" His thoughts are wonderfully suited to tragedy, but frequently lost in such a cloud of words, that it is hard to see the beauty of them ; there is an infinite fire in his works, but so involved in smoke, that it does not appear in half its lustre. "
(A) Parochial History of Enstone, in the County of Oxford: Bring an Attempt ... - Страница 128
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Laconics: Or the Best Words of the Best Authors ...

John Timbs - 1856
...MCCCXVI. Nat Lee's thoughts are wonderfully suited for tragedy, out frequently lost in such a crowd of words, that it is hard to see the beauty of them. There is infinite fire in nis works, but so involved in smoke, that it does not appear in half its lustre. —...

The Spectator [by J. Addison and others].

Spectator The - 1857
...if, instead of favouring the impetuosity of his genius, he had restrained it, and kept it within its proper bounds. His thoughts are wonderfully suited...hard to see the beauty of them. There is an infinite tire in his work?, but so involved in smoke that it does not appear in half its lustre. He frequently...

The Works of Joseph Addison

1870
...if, instead of favouring the impetuosity of his genius, he had restrained it, and kept it within its proper bounds. His thoughts are wonderfully suited...frequently lost in such a cloud of words, that it is hard t<b see the beauty of them : there is an infinite fire in his works, biit so involved in smoke, that...

An Examination of the Functional Elements of an English Sentence: Together ...

William Garmonsway Wrightson - 1882 - 163 страници
...to charm the queen in such-wise, that no man could see her more.' — Tennyson. ' His thoughts are., frequently lost in such a cloud of words, that it is hard to see the beauty of them.' — Addison. Obs. 1. — Clauses of Manner all serve to measure some expressed or latent adverb of...

The Works of Joseph Addison: Rosamond; The drummer; Cato. Poemata

Joseph Addison - 1888
...instead of favouring the ' impetuosity of his genius, he had restrained it, and kept it within its proper bounds. His thoughts are wonderfully suited...them : there is an infinite fire in his works, but BO involved in smoke, that it does not appear in half its lustre. He frequently succeeds in the passionate...

Select Essays of Dr. Johnson, Том 1

Samuel Johnson - 1889 - 259 страници
...if, instead of favouring the impetuosity of his genius, he had restrained it, and kept it within its proper bounds. His thoughts are wonderfully suited...cloud of words that it is hard to see the beauty of them."—The Spectator, No. 39. Fielding describes how Tom Jones " was resolved to pursue the paths...

Dictionary of National Biography, Том 32

Leslie Stephen - 1892
...criticism is charitable and just. ' Lee's thoughts,' he writes in the ' Spectator,' No. 39, ' are . . . frequently lost in such a cloud of words that it is...its lustre. He frequently succeeds in the passionate part of the tragedy, but more particularly when he slackens his efforts and eases the style of those...

The Age of Dryden

Richard Garnett - 1895 - 292 страници
...His merit is to have been really a poet. ' There is an infinite fire in his works,' says Addison, ' but so involved in smoke that it does not appear in half its lustre.' The following scene from Mithridates is a fair example of the mingled beauties and blemishes of his...

The Spectator, Том 1

George Gregory Smith - 1897
...A att ^ d v7' fr^u^ady lost in such a Cloud of Words, that it is hard 17fi, Jo se , e ^ Beaut Y o* them* There is an infinite Fire in his Works, but so involved in Smoak, that it does not appear in half its Lustre* He frequently succeeds in the passionate Parts of...

The Writer's Handbook, a Guide to the Art of Composition, Embracing a ...

1900 - 555 страници
...judgment, or allow it to produce such instances of extravagance as are to be found n the \.urks of Lee. His thoughts are wonderfully suited to tragedy, but frequently lost in such a cloud of weirds, that it is hard to see the beauty of them: there is an infinite fire in his works, but so involved...




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