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" ... felt; and produced sentiments not such as Nature enforces, but meditation supplies. With the simple and elemental passions as they spring separate in the mind, he seems not much acquainted. He is, therefore, with all his variety of excellence, not... "
The life of Samuel Johnson. [With] The principal corrections and additions ... - 45. oldal
szerző: James Boswell - 1807
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Together with The Journal of a ..., 4. kötet

James Boswell - 1889
...seems not much acquainted. He is, therefore, with all his variety of excellence, not often pathetic, and had so little sensibility of the power of effusions...princess, there is not a single passage that ever drew a tear.1 Various Readings in the Life of DRYDEN. " The reason of this general perusal, Addison has attempted...

The Life of Samuel Johnson, 4. kötet

James Boswell - 1889
...seems not much acquainted. He is, therefore, with all his variety of excellence, not often pathetic, and had so little sensibility of the power of effusions...the distress of an unfortunate princess, there is act a single passage that ever drew a tear.1 Various Readings in the Life o/DRYDEH. " The reason of...

Boswell's Life of Johnson: Including Boswell's Journal of a Tour ..., 4. kötet

James Boswell - 1891
...seems not much acquainted. He is, therefore, with all his variety of excellence, not often pathetick; and had so little sensibility of the power of effusions...ever drew a tear'. Various Readings in the Life of DRYDEN. 'The reason of this general perusal, Addison has attempted to ' In the original fright. The...

A History of English Critical Terms

Jeremiah Wesley Bray - 1898 - 345 oldal
...that sort of unity and simplicity which results from its nature. 1762. HUED, IV., p. 279. Dryden . . . had so little sensibility of the power of effusions purely natural that lie did not esteem them in others. Simplicity gave him no pleasure. 1781. S. JOHNSON, VII., p. 340....

The Life of Samuel Johnson, L.L. D.: Together with a Journal of a ..., 2. kötet

James Boswell - 1900
...seems not much acquainted. He is, therefore, with all his variety of excellence, not often pathetick ; and had so little sensibility of the power of effusions...ever drew a tear. Various readings in the Life of DRYDEN. " The reason of this general perusal, Addison has attempted to [find in] derive from the delight...

The Life of Samuel Johnson ...: To which is Added The Journal of a ..., 2. kötet

James Boswell - 1900 - 726 oldal
...seems not much acquainted. He is, therefore, with all his variety of excellence, not often pathetic; to hߒ" esteem them in others." It may, indeed, be observed, that in all the numerous writings of Johnson,...

A Study of English and American Poets: A Laboratory Method

John Scott Clark - 1900 - 859 oldal
...Browning. " He is, with all his variety of excellence, not often pathetic; and had so little sensibility of effusions purely natural that he did not esteem them in others ; simplicity gave him no pleasure." — Samuel Johnson. " Almost the only feature of the future Dryden...

Boswell's Life of Johnson, 5. kötet

James Boswell - 1901
...seems not much acquainted. He is, therefore, with all his variety of excellence, not often pathetic ; and had so little sensibility of the power of effusions...purely natural, that he did not esteem them in others.' even in his Tragedy, of which the subject is the distress of an unfortunate Princess, there is not...

The life of Samuel Johnson. [Followed by] The journal of a tour to ..., 4. kötet

James Boswell - 1852
...seems not much acquainted. He is, therefore, with all his variety of excellence, not often pathetic ; and had so little sensibility of the power of effusions...ever drew a tear. Various Readings in the Life of DRYDEN. " The reason of this general perusal, Addison has attempted to [find in] derive from the delight...

Life of Johnson, 2. kötet

James Boswell - 1904
...seems not much acquainted. He is, therefore, with all his variety of excellence, not often pathetick ; and had so little sensibility of the power of effusions...ever drew a tear. Various Readings in the Life of DEYDEN. 'The reason of this general perusal, Addison has attempted to [find in] derive from the delight...




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