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" You cannot well judge what the main form is ; So men, that view him but in vulgar passes, Casting but lateral, or partial glances At what he is, suppose him weak, unjust, Bloody, and monstrous ; but stand free and fast, And judge him by no more than what... "
The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley - Page 91
by James Shirley, William Gifford, Alexander Dyce - 1833 - 1 pages
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The Works of George Chapman: Plays, Volume 1

George Chapman, Algernon Charles Swinburne - 1874 - 550 pages
...general worth, Virtue, and judgment ? Al. As of a picture wrought to optic reason, That to all passers-by seems, as they move, N'ow woman, now a monster, now a devil, And, till you stand, and in ; r. view it. You cannot well judge wha •_•-: form is; So men, that view him tat e " passes. Casting...
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The tragedie of Chabot, admirall of France

George Chapman, James Shirley - Drama - 1906 - 124 pages
...opticke reason, That to all passers by, seemes as they move Now woman, now a Monster, now a Divell, And till you stand, and in a right line view it, You cannot well judge what the maine forme is, So men that view him but in vulgar passes Casting but laterall, or partiall glances,...
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Publications: Series in philology and literature, Volume 10

University of Pennsylvania - Philology - 1906
...opticke reason, That to all passers by, seemes as they move Now woman, now a Monster, now a Divell, And till you stand, and in a right line view it, You cannot well judge what the maine forme is, So men that view him but in vulgar passes Casting but laterall, or partiall glances,...
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Shakespeare, Pattern of Excelling Nature: Shakespeare Criticism in Honor of ...

David M. Bevington, Jay L. Halio - Drama - 1978 - 304 pages
...Mars"; and Chapman has some famous lines on A picture wrought to optic reason That to all passers-by seems, as they move, Now woman, now a monster, now...view it, You cannot well judge what the main form is. Yet the radical consequences of these painterly excitements for the drama would seem to be the fashion...
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La Métamorphose dans la poésie baroque française et anglaise: variations et ...

Gisèle Mathieu-Castellani - Baroque literature - 1980 - 250 pages
...arrêté t regardant en ligne droite: As of a picture wrought to optic reason, That to ail passers-by seems, as they move, Now woman, now a monster, now...but in vulgar passes, Casting but lateral or partial glanees At what he is, suppose him weak, unjust, Bloody, and monstrous; but stand free and fast And...
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Natural Fictions: George Chapman's Major Tragedies

A. R. Braunmuller - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 193 pages
...an act of artistic interpretation: As of a picture wrought to optic reason, That to all passers-by seems, as they move, Now woman, now a monster, now...judge what the main form is: So men, that view him [Chabot] but in vulgar passes, Casting but lateral or partial glances At what he is, suppose him weak,...
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Ambition, Rank, and Poetry in 1590s England

John Huntington - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 194 pages
...image is true and the others false: As of a picture wrought to optic reason, That to all pasers-by seems, as they move, Now woman, now a monster, now...view it, You cannot well judge what the main form is. 16 Here the "main form" must be distinguished from the false forms by what the poet later in this passage...
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Marsilio Ficino: His Theology, His Philosophy, His Legacy

Michael J. B. Allen, Valery Rees, Martin Davies - Philosophy - 2002 - 493 pages
...opticke reason That to all passers by, seemes as they move Now woman, now a Monster, now a Divell, And till you stand, and in a right line view it, You cannot well judge what the maine forme is, So men that view him but in vulgar passes, Casting but lateral!, or partiall glances...
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Humanism, Machinery, and Renaissance Literature

Jessica Wolfe - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 305 pages
...picture wrought to optic reason" in that both are viewed from multiple and competing perspectives: And, till you stand, and in a right line view it,...judge what the main form is; So men, that view him [Chabot] but in vulgar passes, Casting but lateral, or partial glances At what he is, suppose him weak,...
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