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" The variety of pauses, so much boasted by the lovers of blank verse, changes the measures of an English poet to the periods of a declaimer; and there are only a few skilful and happy readers of Milton, who enable their audience to perceive where the lines... "
Boswell's Life of Johnson: Life - 43. oldal
szerző: James Boswell - 1887
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Milton, with an Introduction and Notes

Samuel Johnson - 1892 - 180 oldal
...distinct system of sounds ; and this distinctness is obtained and preserved by the artifice of rhyme. The variety of pauses, so much boasted by the lovers...readers of Milton, who enable their audience to perceive 30 where the lines end or begin. Blank verse, said an ingenious critick, seems to be verse only to...

Johnson's Life of Milton, with intr. and notes by F. Ryland

Samuel Johnson - 1894 - 196 oldal
...distinct system of sounds ; and this distinctness is obtained and preserved by the artifice of rhyme. The variety of pauses, so much boasted by the lovers...readers of Milton, who enable their audience to perceive 10 where the lines end or begin. Blank verse, said an ingenious critick, seems to be verse only to...

Lives of Milton and Addison

Samuel Johnson, John Wight Duff - 1900 - 318 oldal
...distinct system of sounds, and this distinctness is obtained and preserved by the artifice of rhyme. The variety of pauses, so much boasted by the lovers of blank verse, changes the 20 measures of an English poet to the periods of a declaimer; and there are only a few skilful and...

Lives of the English Poets: Cowley-Dryden

Samuel Johnson - 1905 - 530 oldal
...I am ready to depose on oath that I find every syllable as distinguishably and clearly either long of pauses, so much boasted by the lovers of blank...or begin. ' Blank verse,' said an ingenious critick *t ' seems to be verse only to the eye V Poetry may subsist without rhyme, but English poetry will...

Essays and Addresses

Richard Claverhouse Jebb - 1907 - 668 oldal
...Paradise 32— 2 Lost had been written in rhyming heroic couplet ; " The variety of pauses," he says, " so much boasted by the lovers of blank verse, changes...of an English poet to the periods of a declaimer." But then turn to his criticism on those poets whose theory of poetry agreed with his own — such as...

Literary and Biographical Essays: A Volume of Papers by the Way

Charles William Pearson - 1908 - 280 oldal
...distribution of pauses, on which point Dr. Samuel Johnson in his famous life of Milton declares that " the variety of pauses so much boasted by the lovers...the periods of a declaimer; and there are only a few skillful and happy readers of Milton who enable their audience to perceive where the lines begin or...

William Cowpers Belesenheit und literarische Kritik

Willy Hoffmann - 1908 - 118 oldal
...Thomsons 'Seasons' und Youngs 'Night Thoughts' (Hill I 194, III 299, 395). Aber er wehrt sich gegen „the variety of pauses, so much boasted by the lovers of blank verse", weil sie „changes the measures of an English poet to the periods of a declaimer" (Hill I 193). —...

The Great English Essayists: With Introductory Essays and Notes

William James Dawson, Coningsby Dawson - 1909 - 368 oldal
...distinct system of sounds and this distinctness is obtained and preserved by the artifice of rhyme. The variety of pauses, so much boasted by the lovers...lines end or begin. Blank verse, said an ingenious critic, seems to be verse only to the eye. Poetry may subsist without rhyme, but English poetry will...

The Theory of Poetry in England: Its Development in Doctrines and Ideas from ...

Richard Pape Cowl - 1914 - 346 oldal
...distinct system of sounds ; and this distinctness is obtained and preserved by the artifice of rhyme. The variety of pauses, so much boasted by the lovers...lines end or begin. " Blank verse," said an ingenious critic, " seems to be verse only to the eye." Poetry may subsist without rhyme, but English poetry...

A Book of English Literature, Selected and Ed

Franklyn Bliss Snyder, Robert Grant Martin - 1916 - 924 oldal
...distinct system [210 of sounds, and this distinctness is obtained and preserved by the artifice of rhyme. her hues. Ye stars ! which are the poetry of heaven...in your bright leaves we would read the fate 825 says an ingenious [220 critic, " seems to be verse only to the eye." Poetry may subsist without rhyme,...




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