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" Twas an old tradition among the Greeks that ^Esop revived again and lived a second life. Should he revive once more and see the picture before the book that carries his name, could he think it drawn for himself? — or for the monkey, or some strange... "
The Works of Richard Bentley - Page 236
by Richard Bentley, Sir Isaac Newton - 1836
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Classic and Historic Portraits, Volume 1

James Bruce - Biography - 1853
...invent. It was an old tradition amongst the Greeks that ^Bsop revived again and lived a second life. Should he revive once more and see the picture before...for the monkey, or some strange beast introduced in his fables?" Since the time of Planudes, a thousand authorities have copied his description, and there...
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Classic and Historic Portraits

James Bruce - Biography - 1854 - 352 pages
...invent. It was an old tradition amongst the Greeks that JEsop revived again and lived a second life. Should he revive once more and see the picture before...that carries his name, could he think it drawn for hiinself or for the monkey, or some strange beast introduced in his fables ?" Since the time of Planudes,...
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The Warner Library, Volume 2

Charles Dudley Warner, John William Cunliffe, Ashley Horace Thorndike, Harry Morgan Ayres, Helen Rex Keller, Gerhard Richard Lomer - Literature - 1917
...could invent. 'Twas an old tradition among the Greeks that ^Esop revived again and lived a second life. Should he revive once more and see the picture before...had this monk about ^Esop's deformity ? For he must have it by dream or vision, and not by ordinary methods of knowledge. He lived about two thousand years...
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The English Fable: Aesop and Literary Culture, 1651-1740

Jayne Elizabeth Lewis - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 234 pages
...Aesop 'Twas an old Tradition among the Greeks, that /úsop revived again, and lived a second life. Should he revive once more, and see the Picture before...Monkey; or some strange Beast introduced in the Fables?' Richard Bentley, "Of^sop's Fables" (1697) It happened . . . that Msop broke silence first. He had been...
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