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" ... run in distinct channels, and never till of late encroached upon the provinces of each other. Terence, who seems to have made the nearest approaches... "
The European Magazine: And London Review - Page 95
1786
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: Life. Vicar of Wakefield. Essays. Letters

Oliver Goldsmith - 1885
...the downright : pathetic ; and yet he is even reproached by Caesar for wanting the vis comica. All the other comic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering...ridiculous, but never exalt their characters into buskined pomp, or make what Voltaire humorously calls a tradesman's tragedy. Tet notwithstanding this...
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The Bee: And Other Essays

Oliver Goldsmith - 1903 - 281 pages
...the downright •pathetic; and yet he is even reproached by Csesar for wanting the vis comica. All the other comic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering...ridiculous, but never exalt their characters into buskined pomp, or make what Voltaire humorously calls a tradesman's tragedy. Yet notwithstanding this...
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The Good Natur'd Man and She Stoops to Conquer

Oliver Goldsmith, George Pierce Baker - 1903 - 285 pages
...to the downright pathetic; and yet he is even reproached by Caesar for wanting the vis comica. All the other comic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering...ridiculous, but never exalt their characters into buskined pomp, or make what Voltaire humorously calls a tradesman's tragedy. Yet notwithstanding this...
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Bausteine: Zeitschrift für neuenglische Wortforschung, Volume 1

Leon Kellner, Gustav Krüger - English language - 1906
...the downright pathetic, and yet he is even reproached by Caesar for wanting the 'vis cómica'. All the other comic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering...ridiculous, but never exalt their characters into buskined pomp, or make, what Voltaire humorously called a tradesman's tragedy. a new species of dramatic...
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Bausteine: Zeitschrift für neuenglische wortforschung: ubter ..., Volume 1

1906
...to the downright pathetic, and yet he is even reproached by Caesar for wanting the 'vis comica'. All the other comic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering...ridiculous, but never exalt their characters into buskined pomp, or make, what Voltaire humorously called a tradesman's tragedy. a new species of dramatic...
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The good-natured man

Oliver Goldsmith - 1908 - 93 pages
...good, instructive, moral sermons," the modern tragedies, and defends his position by saying, " All the other comic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering...ridiculous, but never exalt their characters into buskin 'd pomp or make what Voltaire humorously calls a tradesman's tragedy " (A Comparison between...
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The Good-natured Man: She Stoops to Conquer

Oliver Goldsmith - Readers - 1908 - 198 pages
..."good, instructive, moral sermons," the modern tragedies, and defends his position by saying, " All the other comic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering...ridiculous, but never exalt their characters into buskin 'd pomp or make what Voltaire humorously calls a tradesman's tragedy " (A Comparison between...
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European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and ...

Barrett Harper Clark - Drama - 1918 - 501 pages
...to the downright pathetic; and yet he is even reproached by Cœsar for wanting the vit comica. All the other comic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering...ridiculous, but never exalt their characters into buskined pomp, or make what Voltaire humorously calls a tradeeman'i tragedy. Yet notwithstanding this...
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European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and ...

Barrett Harper Clark - Drama - 1918 - 501 pages
...pathetic; and yet he is even reproached by Cœsar for wanting the vi* cómica. All the other coniic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering folly or...ridiculous, but never exalt their characters into buskined pomp, or make what Voltaire humorously calls' a trademian't tragedy. Yet notwithstanding this...
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European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and ...

Barrett Harper Clark - Drama - 1918 - 501 pages
...to the downright pathetic; and yet he is even reproached by Ca?sur for wanting the vit comical. All the other comic writers of antiquity aim only at rendering folly or vice ridiculous, but never exult their characters into buskined pomp, or make what Voltaire humorously calls a tradeeman'ê trayedy....
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