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" Sudden glory' is the passion which maketh those 'grimaces' called 'laughter'; and is caused either by some sudden act of their own that pleaseth them, or by the apprehension of some deformed thing in another by comparison whereof they suddenly applaud... "
Humour and History - Page 11
edited by - 1993 - 158 pages
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Hobbes's Science of Politics

M. M. Goldsmith - Philosophy - 1966 - 274 pages
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Invitation to the theatre

George Riley Kernodle - Literary Criticism - 1967 - 677 pages
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Racine et Shakespeare

Stendhal, Victor Del Litto, Ernest Abravanel - 1970
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A preface to Restoration drama

John Harold Wilson - Drama - 1968 - 208 pages
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The Ethics of Punishment

Sir Walter Hamilton Moberly - Punishment - 1968 - 386 pages
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La valse des toréadors

Jean Anouilh - Drama - 1967 - 125 pages
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English poetry and prose, 1540-1674

Christopher B. Ricks - Literary Collections - 1970 - 442 pages
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The Works of John Dryden,: Plays - The Tempest, Tyrannick Love, an Evening's ...

John Dryden, Maximillian E. Nozak, George R. Guffey - Literary Criticism - 1970
...passion which maketh those grimaces called Laughter; and is caused either by some sudden act of their own, that pleaseth them; or by the apprehension of...comparison whereof they suddenly applaud themselves." In regarding excessive laughter as the sign of a foolish and inferior person seeking an object of "scorn"...
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In praise of comedy: a study in its theory and practice

James Kern Feibleman - Performing Arts - 1970 - 284 pages
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