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" I take imitation of an author, in their sense, to be an endeavour of a later poet to write like one who has written before him on the same subject; that is, not to translate his words, or to be confined to his sense, but only to set him as a pattern,... "
The Works of John Dryden: In Verse and Prose - Página 328
por John Dryden - 1859
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The Miscellaneous Works: Containing All His Original Poems, Tales ..., Volumen4

John Dryden - 1760
...words, or to be confined to his fenfe, but only to let him as a pattern, and to write, as he fuppofes that author would have done, had he lived in our age, and in our country. Yet I dare not fay that either of them have carried this libertine way of rendering authors (as Mr. Cowley calls it)...
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The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq;: Containing All His Original ...

John Dryden - 1760
...words, or to be confined to his fenfe, but only to fet him as a pattern, and to write, as he fuppofes that author would have done, had he lived in our age, and in our country. Yet I dare not fay that either of them have carried this libertine way of rendering authors (as Mr. Cowley calls it)...
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The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq: Containing All His Original ...

John Dryden - 1767
...words, or to be confin'd to his fenfc. but only to let him as a pattern, and to write, as he fuppofes that author would have done, had he lived in our age, and in our country. Yet I dare not fay that either of them have carried this libertine way of VoL. 111. P rendering rendering authors...
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The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq: Containing All His Original ...

John Dryden - 1767
...words, or to be confin'd to his fenfe, but only to fet him as a pattern, and to write, as he fuppofes that author would have done, had he lived in our age, and in our country. Yet I dare not fay that either of them have carried this libertine way of VoL. III. P rendering rendering authors...
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Ovid's Epistles: With His Amours

Ovid - 1776 - 348 páginas
...Words, or to be confined to his Senfe, but only to fet him as a Pattern, and to write, as he fuppofes that Author would have done, had he lived in our Age, and in our Country. Yet I dare not fay that either of them have carried this libertine way of rendering Authors (as Mr. Cowley calls it)...
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The Original Works of William King,: LL. D. Advocate of Doctors Commons ...

William King - 1776
...words, or "be confined to his fenfe, but only to fet him as a pattern, and ** to write as he fuppofes that Author would have done, had •* he lived in our age and in our country. But he dares not fay ** that Sir John Denham t , or Mr. Cowley, have carried this Liber" tine way,...
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The Original Works of William King ...: Now First Collected ..., Volumen3

William King - 1776
...or '• be confined to his fenfe, but only to fet him as a pattern, and *' fo writs as he fuppofes that Author would have done, had •« he lived in our age and in our country. But he dares not fay •« that Sir John Dcuham t, or Mr. Cowley, have carried this Liber*• tine...
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The Works of the English Poets, Volumen16

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...words, or to be confined to his fenfe ; but only to fet him as a pattern, and to write, as he fuppofes that author would have done, had he lived in our age, and in our country. Yet I dare not fay that either of them have carried this libertine way of rendering authors (as Mr Cowley calls it)...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces ..., Volumen16,Página 4

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...confined to his fenfe ; but only to fet him as a pattern, and to write, as he fuppofes that author wonhi have done, had he lived in our age, and in our country. Yet I dare not fay that either of them have earned this libertine way of rendering authors (as Mr Cowley calls it)...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Volumen21

English poets - 1790
...words, or to be confined to his fenfe; but only to fet him as a pattern, and to write, as he fuppofes that author would have done, had he lived in our age, and in our country. Yet I dare not fay that either of them have carried this libertine way of rendering authors (as Mr. Cowley calls,...
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