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" Bembus, that they were first bringersin of all civility; to believe, with Scaliger, that no philosopher's precepts can sooner make you an honest man than the reading of Virgil; to believe, with Clauserus, the translator of Cornutus, that it pleased the... "
The Life and Times of Sir Philip Sidney - Page 220
by Sarah Matilda Henry Davis - 1859 - 287 pages
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The Defence of PoŽsie: And Certain Sonnets

Sir Philip Sidney - Poetry - 1906 - 108 pages
...us all knowledg, Logick, Rhetorick, Philosophy natural and moral, and Quidnont To believ with mee, that there are many mysteries contained in Poetry, which of purpose were written darkly, lest by prophane wits, it should bee abused: to believ withLandin, that they are so beloved of the gods, that...
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English essays from Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay: with introductions, notes ...

Charles William Eliot - English essays - 1910 - 421 pages
...with Clauserus, the translator of Cornutus, that it pleased the Heavenly Deity by Hesiod and Homer, under the veil of fables, to give us all knowledge,...profane wits it should be abused; to believe, with Landino, that they are so beloved of the gods, that whatsoever they write proceeds of a divine fury;...
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English essays from Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay: with introductions, notes ...

Charles William Eliot - English essays - 1910 - 421 pages
...with Clauserus, the translator of Cornutus, that it pleased the Heavenly Deity by Hesiod and Homer, under the veil of fables, to give us all knowledge,...written darkly, lest by profane wits it should be abased ; to believe, with Landino, that they are so beloved of the gods, that whatsoever they write...
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English Essays: From Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay

Charles W - English essays - 1910 - 421 pages
...with Clauserus, the translator of Cornutus, that it pleased the Heavenly Deity by Hesiod and Homer, under the veil of fables, to give us all knowledge,...logic, rhetoric, philosophy natural and moral, and quid nonf to believe, with me, that there are many mysteries contained in poetry which of purpose were written...
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Elizabethan Criticism of Poetry ...

Guy Andrew Thompson - Criticism - 1914 - 216 pages
...Hesiod and Homer, under the veil of fables, to give us all knowledge," and to believe with himself, "that there are many mysteries contained in poetry,...darkly, lest by profane wits it should be abused." 12 Though the dark or allegorical way of writing might help to save poetry from the abuse of rude versifiers,...
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Elizabethan criticism of poetry ...

Guy Andrew Thompson - Criticism - 1914 - 216 pages
...Hesiod and Homer, under the veil of fables, to give us all knowledge," and to believe with himself, "that there are many mysteries contained in poetry,...written darkly, lest by profane wits it should be abused."12 Though the dark or allegorical way of writing might help to save poetry from the abuse of...
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Baconian essays

Edward Walter Smithson - 1922 - 229 pages
...whereas reason doth buckle and bow * the mind into the nature of things." (f) The Apologie holds " that there are many mysteries contained in poetry...darkly, lest by profane wits it should be abused." The Advancement affirms that one of the uses of poesy is to " retire and obscure . . . that which is...
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The Mystical Design of Paradise Lost

Galbraith Miller Crump - Poetry - 1975 - 194 pages
...Poetry when he said he believed with others that it pleased the heavenly Deity by Hesiod and Homer, under the veil of fables, to give us all knowledge,...logic, rhetoric, philosophy, natural and moral, and . . . that there are many mysteries contained in poetry, which of purpose were written darkly, lest...
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Philosophy and Humanism: Reinaissance Essays in Honor of Paul Oskar Kristeller

Edward Patrick Mahoney - Europe - 1976 - 624 pages
...establish his major point by indirection. In the peroration he "conjures" the reader to believe with him "that there are many mysteries contained in poetry,...darkly, lest by profane wits it should be abused" ; and "to believe with Landino that [poets] are so beloved of the gods, that whatsoever they write...
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Sir Philip Sidney: Selected Prose and Poetry

Sir Philip Sidney - Literary Criticism - 1983 - 539 pages
...Clauserus,117 the translator of Cornutus, that it pleased the heavenly Deity, by Hesiod and Homer, under the veil of fables, to give us all knowledge,...profane wits it should be abused; to believe, with Landin,118 that they are so beloved of the gods that whatsoever they write proceeds of a divine fury;...
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