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" And I cannot but wonder at the strange presumption of some men, that dare so audaciously... "
Ancient critical essays upon English poets and poësy - Page 219
by George Gascoigne, William Webbe, Sir John Harington, James I (King of England), Thomas Campion, Francis Meres, Edmund Bolton, Samuel Daniel, Edmund Spenser, Gabriel Harvey - 1815
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Elizabethan Criticism of Poetry ...

Guy Andrew Thompson - Criticism - 1914 - 216 pages
...to better delight than all this idle affectation of antiquity or novelty can ever do." 46 And Daniel "cannot but wonder at the strange presumption of some men, that dare so audaciously adventure to introduce any whatsoever foreign words, be they never so strange, and of themselves, as...
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Elizabethan Criticism of Poetry ...

Guy Andrew Thompson - Criticism - 1914 - 216 pages
...inventing new, only upon a singularity, when our own accustomed phrase, set in due place, would express us more familiarly and to better delight than all this idle affectation of antiquity or novelty can ever do."46 And Daniel "cannot but wonder at the strange presumption of some men, that...
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The Triumph of the English Language: A Survey of Opinions Concerning the ...

Richard Foster Jones - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1953 - 340 pages
...course of our vsuall practise, displacing our wordes, or inuenting new, onely vpon a singularitie, when our owne accustomed phrase, set in the due place,...to better delight than all this idle affectation of antiquitie or noueltie can euer doe. And I cannot but wonder at the strange presumption of some men,...
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Renaissance Poetics/Renaissance-Poetik

Heinrich F. Plett - Literary Criticism - 1994 - 440 pages
...Dichtung erscheint, z. B. ebd., p. 152. 30 Smith (ed.), Elizabethan Critical Essays, vol. I, p. 52. our owne accustomed phrase, set in the due place, would expresse vs more familiarly and to better delight."32 Puttenham vertritt seine Auffassung von den größeren stilistischen Möglichkeiten des...
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The Project of Prose in Early Modern Europe and the New World

Elizabeth Fowler, Roland Greene - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 205 pages
...educated neologizers bear a certain resemblance to Harman's attacks on thieves and rogues: And I can not but wonder at the strange presumption of some men that dare so audaciously adventure to introduce any whatsoever forraine wordes, be they never so strange; and of themselves...
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The English Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents

Kate Aughterson - History - 2001 - 608 pages
...heuer delight than all this idle affectation of antiquity or novelty can ever do. And I cannot hut wonder at the strange presumption of some men. that dare so audaciously advenmre to introduce any whatsoever foreign words, he they never so strange, and of themselves, as...
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The Age of Elizabeth in the Age of Johnson

John T. Lynch - History - 2003 - 224 pages
...written cleane and pure, unmixed and unmangeled with borrowings of other tunges."1'3 Samuel Daniel "cannot but wonder at the strange presumption of some...aduenture to introduce any whatsoeuer forraine wordes, be they neuer so strange."1'4 And in the eighteenth century, Sewell, addressing the diction of the...
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Renaissance Studies in Honor of Hardin Craig

Baldwin Maxwell, William Dinsmore Briggs, Francis Rarick Johnson, Elbert Nevius Sebring Thompson - English literature - 1941 - 339 pages
...new, only upon a singularity, when our own accustomed phrase set in the due place, would express us more familiarly and to better delight than all this idle affectation of antiquity or novelty can ever do," he nevertheless appreciated that through proper coinage the language was daily...
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