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" Or may there not be something in the Gothic romance peculiarly suited to the views of a genius and to the ends of poetry? And may not the philosophic moderns have gone too far, in their perpetual ridicule and contempt of it? "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Page 82
by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1763
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Moral and political dialogues: being the substance of several conversations ...

Richard Hurd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1765
...peculiarly fuited to the views of a genius, and to the ends of poetry ? And may not the philofophk moderns have gone too far, in their perpetual ridicule...the cafe, the rife, progrefs, and genius of Gothic Chitalry muft be explained. tf •THE circuriiftances in the Gothic fictions and manners, which are...
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Moral and Political Dialogues: With Letters on Chivalry and Romance: by the ...

Richard Hurd - Ethics - 1776
...in the Gothic Romance peculiarly fuked to the views of a genius, aod to thfe ends, of poetry ? And; may not the philofophic moderns' have gone too far, in their perpetual ridicule and contempt To form a judgment in the cafe, the rife* progrefs, -.and genius of Gothic Ghivalry inuft be explained....
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The Works of Richard Hurd, Lord Bishop of Worcester: Moral and political ...

Richard Hurd - 1811
...peculiarly suited to the views of a genius, and to the ends of poetry ? ; ; And may not the philosophic moderns have gone too far in their perpetual ridicule and contempt of it? To form a judgment in the case, the rise, progress, and genius of Gothic Chivalry must be explained. TTM poetry (if any such...
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THE BEGINNING OF THE ENGLISH ROMANTIC MOVEMENT

WILLIAM LYON PHELPS - 1893
...peculiarly suited to the views of a genius, and to the ends of poetry? And may not the philosophic moderns have gone too far in their perpetual ridicule and contempt of it?" The word " Romantic " like the word " Gothic " was appreciating in value by being restored to something...
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THE BEGINNINGS OF THE ENGLISH ROMANTIC MOVEMENT

WILLIAM LYON PHELPS - 1893
...peculiarly suited to the views of a genius, and to the ends of poetry? And may not the philosophic moderns have gone too far in their perpetual ridicule and contempt of it? " The word " Romantic " like the word " Gothic " was appreciating in value by being restored to something...
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The Beginnings of the English Romantic Movement: A Study in Eighteenth ...

William Lyon Phelps - English literature - 1893 - 192 pages
...peculiarly suited to the views of a genius, and to the ends of poetry? And may not the philosophic moderns have gone too far in their perpetual ridicule and contempt of it? " The word " Romantic " like the word " Gothic " was appreciating in value by being restored to something...
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The beginnings of the English romantic movement: a study in eighteenth ...

William Lyon Phelps - English literature - 1893 - 192 pages
...peculiarly suited to the views of a genius, and to the ends of poetry? And may not the philosophic moderns have gone too far in their perpetual ridicule and contempt of iti" The word " Romantic " like the word " Gothic " was appreciating in value by being restored to...
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A history of English romanticism in the eighteenth century

Henry Augustin Beers - Romanticism - 1898 - 455 pages
...peculiarly suited to the views of a genius and to the ends of poetry? , And may not the philosophic moderns have gone too far in their perpetual ridicule and contempt of it? " After a preliminary discussion of the origin of chivalry and knight-errantry and of the ideal knightly...
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A History of Criticism and Literary Taste in Europe from the Earliest Texts ...

George Saintsbury - Criticism - 1904
...Romance peculiarly nuitcd to the vietm of a geniui and to the endi of poetry? And may not the philotophic moderns have gone too far in their perpetual ridicule and contempt of it?" — Hum " Quelquefoit un octoin de philosopher g&tt tout." — JODBEBT. CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTORY AND...
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History of criticism and literary taste in Europe: from the ..., Volume 3

George Saintsbury - Criticism - 1904
...pecnliarly suited to the views of a genius and to the ends of poetry 1 And may not the philosophic moderns have gone too far in their perpetual ridicule and contempt of it?"—HURD. " Quclqucfois un besoin de philosopher gdte tout."—JOUBKRT. CHAPTEE I. INTRODUCTORY...
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