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" Wherever we are studious to please, we are afraid of trusting our first thoughts, and endeavour to recommend our opinion by studied ornaments, accuracy of method, and elegance of style. "
The Secretary, and Complete Letter Writer: Containing a Collection of ... - 157. oldal
1803 - 168 oldal
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Select British Classics, 7. kötet

1803
...terror, will produce some perturbation of images, and some figurative distortions of phrase. Wherever we are studious to please, we are afraid of trusting...their language .in the transports of anger, to the turgid vehemence of tragedy, the epistolary writer may likewise, without censure, comply with the varieties...

The works of Samuel Johnson, 6. kötet

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...terrour, will produce some perturbation of images and some figurative distortions of phrase. Wherever we are studious to please, we are afraid of trusting...method, and elegance of style. If the personages of the comick scene be allowed by Horace to raise their language in the transports of anger to the turgid...

The Rambler, by S. Johnson, 3. kötet

1806
...terror, will produce some perturbation of images, and some figurative distortions of phrase. Whereever we are studious to please, we are afraid of trusting...ornaments, accuracy of method, and elegance of style. scantiness and imperfection become evident. Letters are written to the great a:nd to the mean, to the...

The British Essayists, 21. kötet

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...opinion by studied ornaments, accuracy of method, and elegance of style. If the personages of the comick scene be allowed by Horace to raise their language in the transports of anger to the turgid vehemence of tragedy, the epistolary writer may likewise without censure comply with the varieties...

The Works of Samuel Johnson, L. L. D.: In Twelve Volumes, 6. kötet

Samuel Johnson - 1811
...perturbation of images and some figurative distortions of phrase. Wherever we are studious to please, weare afraid of trusting our first thoughts, and endeavour...raise their language in the transports of anger to the turgid vehemence of tragedy, the epistolary writer may likewise without censure comply with the varieties...

The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: With An Essay on His Life and ..., 6. kötet

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...terrour, will produce some perturbation of images and some figurative distortions of praise. Wherever we are studious to please, we are afraid of trusting...method, and elegance of style. If the personages of the comick scene be allowed by Horace, to raise their language in the transports of anger to the turgid...

Classical English Letter-writer: Or, Epistolary Selections; Designed to ...

Elizabeth Frank - 1814 - 368 oldal
...expression ; whatever fills us with hope or terror, will produce some perturbation of images. Wherever we are studious to please, .we are afraid of trusting...ornaments, accuracy of method, and elegance of style.— -The epistolary writer may, without censure, comply with the varieties of his matter. If great events...

Classical English letter-writer: or, Epistolary selections designed to ...

Frank Elizabeth - 1814
...expression ; whatever fills us with hope or terror, will produce some perturbation of images. Wherever we are studious to please, we are afraid of trusting...studied ornaments, accuracy of method, and elegance of style.—The epistolary writer may, without censure, comply with the varieties of his matter. If great...

The Works of Samuel Johnson, 6. kötet

Samuel Johnson - 1816
...terrour, will produce some perturbation of images and some figurative distortions of phrase. Wherever we are studious to please, we are afraid of trusting...method, and elegance of style. If the personages of the comick scene be allowed by Horace to raise their language in the transports of anger to the turgid...

Classical English Letter-writer, Or, Epistolary Selections: Designed to ...

1816 - 321 oldal
...produce some perturbation of images. Wherever we are studious to please, we are afraid of trusting oar first thoughts, and endeavour to recommend our opinion...ornaments, accuracy of method, and elegance of style.— The epistolary writer may, without censure, comply with the varieties of his matter. If great events...




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