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" Though his style is, in general, correct and elegant, he sometimes draws out " the thread of his verbosity finer than the staple of his argument." In endeavouring to avoid vulgar terms he too frequently dignifies trifles, and clothes common thoughts in... "
The Quarterly Review - 278. oldal
1834
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The Analectic Magazine, 4. kötet

1814
...verbosity finer than the staple of his argument. In endeavouring to avoid vulgar terms, he too frequently dignifies trifles, and clothes common thoughts in...manner was so inimitably fine-, that he had as much to n>i upon a ribbon as a Raphael. Sometimes, in his anxiety to vary his phrase, he becomes obscure ;...

The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., 4. kötet

Washington Irving - 1814
...verbosity finer than the staple of his argument. In endeavouring to avoid vulgar terms, he too frequenily dignifies trifles, and clothes common thoughts in...great man, Mr. Prig, the auctioneer, whose manner mas so inimitably fine, tluU he had «.- mtcc/t to n ti upon a ribbon as a Raphael. Sometimes, in his...

The Quarterly Review, 12. kötet

1815
...verbosity finer than the staple of his argument." In endeavouring to avoid vulgar terms he too frequently dignifies trifles, and clothes common thoughts in...inimitably fine that he had as much to say upon a ribbon as a Raphael. ' A less pardonable fault is that rage for indecency which pervades the whole work ; but...

The Sexagenarian: Or, The Recollections of a Literary Life ...

William Beloe - 1817
...the grave and the gay, the lively and severe, the scholar and the sciolist ; and truth to say, his manner was so inimitably fine, that he had as much to say on an illuminated missal, and an Etruscan vase, as on the books printed at the Sabiaco monastery, or...

The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., 5. kötet

1818
...mayshew a feverish desire for correctness, yet that desire too often leads an author into an imitation of that great man Mr. Prig the auctioneer, " whose manner was so ininiit" ably fine that he had аз much to " say upon a ribbon as a Raphael." The only change of importance...

The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., 22. kötet

1840
...verhosity finer than the staple of his argument." In endeavouring to avoid vulgar terms he too frequently dignifies trifles, and clothes common thoughts in a splendid dress, that would he rich enough for the nohlest ideas. In short, we are too often reminded of that great man, Mr. Prig...

Reminiscences, 2. kötet

Charles Bulter - 1827
...than the staple of his argument* :" that, " in endeavouring to avoid vulgar terms, he too frequently dignifies trifles, and clothes common thoughts in...that would" be rich enough for the noblest ideas." That " we are too often remind^ ed of that great man Mr. Prig, whose manner was so inimitably fine,...

Reminiscences of Charles Butler ...

Charles Butler - 1827
...the staple of his argu" ment*:" that, " in endeavouring to avoid " vulgar terms, he too frequently dignifies " trifles, and clothes common thoughts in...that would be rich enough for " the noblest ideas." That " we are too often " reminded of that great man Mr. Prig, whose " manner was so inimitably fine,...

The Southern literary messenger, 16. kötet

1850
...and you see that be is uneasily acting the part of a man at h» eaie. He reminds us very frequently of • that great man,' Mr. PRIG, the auctioneer,...'manner was so inimitably fine, that he had as much to gay about a riband as a Raphael.' We hare a kindly feeling for Mr. WILLIS, and have often been indebted...

The Life of Edward Gibbon, Esq: With Selections from His Correspondence, and ...

Edward Gibbon - 1839 - 455 oldal
...verbosity finer than the staple of his argument." In endeavouring to avoid vulgar terms he too frequently dignifies trifles, and clothes common thoughts in...fine, that he had as much to say upon a ribbon as a Raphael. " A less pardonable fault is that rage for indecency which pervades the whole work, but...




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