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" First, if it be objected, that what I publish is no true poem, in the strict laws of time, I confess it : as also in the want of a proper chorus ; whose habit and moods are such and so difficult, as not any, whom I have seen, since the ancients, no, not... "
Shakespeare as a Dramatic Artist: With an Account of His Reputation at ... - Page 31
by Thomas Raynesford Lounsbury - 1908 - 449 pages
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory ..., Volume 3

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
...touched. Now I will only use three or four short and needful notes, and so rest. First, if it be objected, that what I publish is no true poem, in the strict...presently affected laws, have yet come in the way of. Nor is it needful, or almost possible in these our times, and to such auditors as commonly things are...
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Works, Volume 3

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1875
...touched. Now I will only use three or four short and needful notes, and so rest. First, if it be objected, that what I publish is no true poem, in the strict...presently affected laws, have yet come in the way of. Nor is it needful, or almost possible in these our times, and to such auditors as commonly things are...
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The Works of Ben Jonson: With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and ..., Volume 3

Ben Jonson - English drama - 1875
...touched. Now I will only use three or four short and needful notes, and so rest. First, if it be objected, that what I publish is no true poem, in the strict...presently affected laws, have yet come in the way of. Nor is it needful, or almost possible in tliese our times, and to such auditors as commonly things...
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Ben Jonson: Bartholomew Fair. Cynthia's revels; or, The fountain of self ...

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1894
...touched. Now I will only use three or four short and needful notes, and so rest. First, if it be objected, that what I publish is no true poem, in the strict...presently affected laws, have yet come in the way of. Nor is it needful, or almost possible in these our times, and to such auditors as commonly things are...
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Ben Jonsons Poetik und seine Beziehungen zu Horaz

Hugo Reinsch - Poetry - 1899 - 130 pages
...tragen, welche die Tragödie stellt. Er sagt in der Vorrede To the Reader von Sejanus (DU, 5): ". . what I publish is no true poem in the strict laws of time, I confess it: as also in the warnt of a proper chorus; whose habit and moods are such and so difftcult, as not any, whom I ltave...
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The Temper of the Seventeenth Century in English Literature: Clark Lectures ...

Barrett Wendell - English literature - 1904 - 360 pages
...poem, in the strict laws of time, I confess it; as also in the want of a proper chorus ; whose habits and moods are such and so difficult, as not any, whom...presently affected laws, have yet come in the way of. ... If in truth of argument, dignity of persons, gravity and height of elocution, fulness and frequency...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists: Excluding Shakespeare; Selected Plays

William Allan Neilson - English drama - 1911 - 878 pages
...touched. Now I will only use three or fonr short and needful notes, and so rest. First, if it be objected, o play half a dozen venies1 at wasters 8 with a good...thou, to intrude thyself Upon our private sports, Nor is it needful, or almost possible in these our times, and to snch auditors as commonly things are...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists: Excluding Shakespeare; Selected Plays

William Allan Neilson - English drama - 1911 - 878 pages
...touched. Now I will only use three or яг short and needful notes, and so rest. First, if it be objected, that what I publish is no true poem, in the strict laws of time, I confess : as also in the want of a proper chorus ; whose habit and moods are such and so difficult, as not...
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Yale studies in English, Volumes 44-45

Literary Collections - 1912
...Catiline (1611) and Sejanus (1605). In the prologue to the latter he writes : ' First, if it be objected that what I publish is no true poem, in the strict laws of time, I confess it. ... Nor is it needful, or almost possible in these our times, to such auditors as commonly things are...
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The presentation of time in the Elizabethan drama

Mable Buland - Drama - 1912 - 354 pages
...Catiline (1611) and Sejanus (1605). In the prologue to the latter he writes : ' First, if it be objected that what I publish is no true poem, in the strict laws of time, I confess it. ... Nor is it needful, or almost possible in these our times, to such auditors as commonly things are...
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