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" Horace thought soin the most refined of ages. Consult his ' Art of Poetry.' Enlightened Europe thinks so at this day, and Spain begins to escape from bad taste, at the same time that it proscribes the Inquisition; for good sense is alike hostile to both.... "
Voltaire in His Letters: Being a Selection from His Correspondence - 219 페이지
저자: Voltaire - 1919 - 270 페이지
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 34권

1855
...grossness is not a style. I have never presumed that it was proper to introduce in the same situation Charles V. and Don Japhet of Armenia; Augustus and a drunken sailor; Marcus Anrelins and a street buffoon. It appears to me that Horace thought so in the most refined of ages....
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 34권

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1855
...grossness is not a styte. I have never presumed that it was proper to mtroduce in the same situation Charles V. and Don Japhet of Armenia; Augustus and a drunken sailor ; Marcus Aurelius and a street buffoon. It appears to me that Horace thought soin the most refined of ages. Consult his ' Art of Poetry.'...
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The Castle of Otranto

Horace Walpole - 2001 - 159 페이지
...presumed APPENDIX that it was proper to introduce, in the same situation, Charles the Fifth and Don Joseph of Armenia, Augustus and a drunken sailor, Marcus Aurelius and a street buffoon. It appears to me that Horace thought so in the most refined of ages: - consult his Art of...
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