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" As to his body there can be no dispute; but examine even the acquirements of his mind, you will find them all contribute in their order towards furnishing out an exact dress : to instance no more ; is not religion a cloak, honesty a pair of shoes worn... "
A Tale of a Tub,: Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. To which ... - 71. oldal
szerző: Jonathan Swift, William Wotton - 1811 - 322 oldal
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Selections from the British Satirists: With an Introductory Essay by Cecil ...

Cecil Headlam - 1897 - 329 oldal
...what is man himself but a micro-coat, or rather a complete suit of clothes with all its trimmings ? As to his body, there can be no dispute : but examine...vanity a shirt ; and conscience a pair of breeches ? These postttlata being admitted, it will follow in due course of reasoning, that those beings, which...

Longman's Handbook of English Literature: From A.D. 673 to the Present Time

Robert McWilliam - 1900 - 608 oldal
...What is Man himself but a Micro-Coat, or rather a compleat Suit of Clothes, with all its Trimmings ? As to his Body, there can be no dispute. But examine...exact Dress. To instance no more, is not Religion a Cloke, Honesty a Pair of Shoes, worn out in the dirt; Self-love a Surtout, and Vanity a Shirt'! The...

Longman's Handbook of English Literature

R. McWilliam - 1900 - 608 oldal
...What is Man himself but a Micro-Coat, or rather a compleat Suit of Clothes, with all its Trimmings ? As to his Body, there can be no dispute. But examine...furnishing out an exact Dress. To instance no more, is not Keligion a Cloke, Honesty a Pair of Shoes, worn out in the dirt ; Self-love a Surtout, and Vanity a...

History of English Literature, 34. kötet

Hippolyte Taine - 1900
...ambition, and pride; " ' The Problem," and " The Exam- the three vices that the ancient fathers 39° a cloak; honesty a pair of shoes worn out in the dirt;...conscience a pair of breeches ; which, though a cover for lewclness as well as nastiness, is easily slipt down for the service of both? ... If certain ermines...

Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical and ...

Robert Chambers - 1902
...what is man himself but a micro-coat, or rather a complete suit of clothes with all its trimmings ? As to his body there can be no dispute ; but examine...vanity a shirt, and conscience a pair of breeches ? . . . Characteristics of Modern Critics. I shall conclude with three maxims, which may serve both...

Chamber's Cyclopædia of English Literature, 2. kötet

Robert Chambers - 1902
...rather a complete suit of clothes with all its trimmings? As to his body there can be no di.-pute ; h arms divine the British throne. ' Our humbler province is to tend ? ... Characteristics of Modern Critics. I shall conclude with three maxims, which may serve both as...

A Selection from the Best English Essays Illustrative of the History of ...

Sherwin Cody - 1903 - 415 oldal
...what is man himself but a micro-coat,1 or rather a complete suit of clothes with all its trimmings? As to his body, there can be no dispute: but examine...vanity a shirt ; and conscience a pair of breeches ? These postulata being admitted, it will follow in due course of reasoning, that those beings, which...

A Study of English Prose Writers: A Laboratory Method

John Scott Clark - 1905 - 879 oldal
...even the acquirements of his mind, you will find them all contribute in their order towards furnishing an exact dress ; to instance no more, is not religion...worn out in the dirt, self-love a surtout, vanity a shin, and conscience a pair of breeches? " — Tale of a Tub. 7. Coarseness. — "His intensity of...

A Tale of a Tub: The Battle of the Books, and Other Early Works

Jonathan Swift - 1907 - 334 oldal
...gore. " Alluding to the word microcosm, or a little world, as man has been called by philosophers. as to his body, there can be no dispute : but examine...breeches; which, though a cover for lewdness as well as mistiness, is easily slipt down for the service of both ^ These postulata being admitted, it will follow...

English Prose (1137-1890)

John Matthews Manly - 1909 - 544 oldal
...all, what is man himself but a microcoat, or rather a complete suit of clothes with all its trimmings? As to his body there can be no dispute, but examine...conscience a pair of breeches, which, though a cover for lewdncss as well as nastiness, is easily slipped down for the service of both. These postulata being...




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