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An Inquiry Into the Beauties of Painting: And Into the Merits of the Most ... - Page 123
by Daniel Webb - 1761 - 200 pages
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW

SEVERAL HANDS - 1762
...obferved the uncommon art of the Roet, in characterizing his flowers : .I' They at her coming (prung. " A fine imagination, like the prefence of Eve, gives...It is in Poetry as in Philofophy, new relations are (truck out, new influences difcovercd, and every fuperior genius moves in a world of his own." Thus...
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Remarks on the Beauties of Poetry, Issue 1

Daniel Webb - Poetry - 1762 - 123 pages
...thefe principles, and in the examples by which they have been fupported, we fee clearly the reaibn, why every enlightened age has had, and muft continue...new influences difcovered, and every fuperior genius move* in a world of his own. FINIS. JL 3 9015 02752 2872 ...
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A selection, in prose and verse; with some original pieces, by mrs. A.G.

Ann Gibbs - 1803
...powerful. A fine Imagination gives a fecond vegetation to the beauties of Nature. We have no right to complain that Nature is always the fame, or that...every fuperior Genius moves in a world of his own. L. THE PEN, B Y thee bleft Pen, the mariner with eafe Directs his courfe through unknown distant feas...
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William Shakespeare: 1753-1765

Brian Vickers - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 568 pages
...which they have been supported we see clearly the reason why every enlightened age has had, and must continue to have, its original Writers. We have no...right, therefore, to complain that Nature is always the same, or that the sources of Novelty have been exhausted. It is in Poetry as in Philosophy, new relations...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 26

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1762
...obferved the uncommon art of the Roet. jn characterizing his flowers : They at her coming (prung. " A fine imagination, like the prefence of Eve, gives...every fuperior genius moves in a world of his own." Thus have we accompanied our Critic through the courfe of his judicious Remarks, not difpleafed with...
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