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" Horace's wit, and Virgil's state, He did not steal, but emulate! And when he would like them appear, •/ Their garb, but not their clothes, did wear... "
The Literature of Society - Página 155
por Mrs. A. T. Thomson - 1862
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Pilgrimages to English Shrines

Mrs. S. C. Hall - 1854 - 588 páginas
...reading extensive, his acquaintance with mankind large. ' To him,' says Denham in his famous elegy, — ' To him no author was unknown, Yet what he wrote was all his own.' His biographer adds, ' There was nothing affected or singular in his habit, or person, or gesture ;...
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Harvard Magazine, Volumen1

1855
...other writer, which is more than can be said of a great many of his brother poets. Denham says that " To him no author was unknown, Yet what he wrote was all his own." At the very same period with Cowley, Sir John Denham wrote, for he was born three years before Cowley,...
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The Poetical Works of Edmund Waller and Sir John Denham

Edmund Waller, Sir John Denham, George Gilfillan - 1857 - 329 páginas
...unknown, Yet what he wrote was all his own ; so He melted not the ancient gold, Nor, with Ben Jonson, did make bold To plunder all the Roman stores Of poets,...and Virgil's state, He did not steal, but emulate! And when he would like them appear, Their garb, but not their clothes, did wear; He not from Rome alone,...
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The poetical works of Edmund Waller and sir John Denham, with mem. and ...

Edmund Waller - 1857
...slower Nature got the start; But both in him so equal are, None knows which bears the happiest share ; To him no author was unknown, Yet what he wrote was...own; ? He melted not the ancient gold, Nor, with Ben Jonson, did make bold To plunder all the Roman stores Of poets, and of orators : Horace's wit, and...
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The Poetical Works of Edmund Waller and Sir John Denham

Edmund Waller, Sir John Denham, George Gilfillan - 1857 - 329 páginas
...slower Nature got the start; But both in him so equal are, None knows which bears the happiest share; H To him no author was unknown, Yet what he wrote was all his own ; so He melted not the ancient gold, Nor, with Ben Jonson, did make bold To plunder all the Roman stores...
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Biographical Sketches of Eminent British Poets: Chronologically Arranged ...

1857 - 508 páginas
...words, and exhibit the sentiment with more weight than bulk.'' ABRAHAM COWLEY. llmm, 1618; DIEU, liicv. To him no author was unknown, Yet what he wrote was all his own, Horace's wit, uml Virgil's stnto, llo did not ltoal but emulate ! And when ho would like thorn appear,...
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The Local Preachers' Magazine and Christian Family Record: For ..., Volúmenes7-8

1857
...plagiarism could ever be sustained agaics: a preacher if he possessed the character given to Denham : — " To him no author was unknown, Yet what he wrote was all his own ; And when he would like them appear, Their garb, and not their clothes, did wear." TH GEOLOGY ; OR,...
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The National Magazine, Volumen2

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1858
...reading extensive, his acquaintance with mankind large. " To him," says Denham in his famous elegy, " To him no author was unknown, Yet what he wrote was all hit own." His biographer adds, " There was nothing affected or singular in his habit, or person, or...
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Pearls from the poets: specimens selected, with biogr. notes, by H.W. Dulcken

Henry William Dulcken - 1860
...slower nature got the start ; But both in him so equal are, None knows which bears the happiest share : To him no author was unknown, Yet what he wrote was all his own ; Horace's wit and Virgil's state He did not steal, but emulate ! And when he would like them appear,...
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The wild garland; or, Curiosities of poetry, selected by I.J. Reeve, Volumen2

Isaac Jack Reeve - 1866
...honour to the poet who wrote it, or to the nobleman for whom the compliment is designed." ON COWLEY. To him no author was unknown, Yet what he wrote was all his own : Horace's wit, and Virgil's state, He (lid not steal, hut emulate ! And when he would like them appear,...
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