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" Georgics ; but throw the former into ridicule, as in the Lutrin^ I think this may very well be accounted for ; laughter implies... "
Essays: on Poetry and Music, as They Affect the Mind: On Laughter, and ... - Página 414
por James Beattie - 1779 - 515 páginas
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The Works of Virgil in English Verse, Volumen2

Virgil, Christopher Pitt, Joseph Warton - 1763
...At laft, into their inmoft chambers creep, And filent lie difiblv'd in balmy fleep. ing ridiculous, but things natural can. Metaphors raife the latter...into ridicule, as in the Lutrin. I think this may be yery well accounted for ; laughter implies cenfure ; inanimate and irrational beings are not objefts...
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Works: In English Verse, Volumen1

Virgil - 1763
...filent lie diflblv'd in balmy fleep. i fpoil ; eir home, ") come, 225 > owfy hum. J ing ridiculous, but things natural can. Metaphors raife the latter into dignity, as we lee in the Georgics ; but throw the former into ridicule, as in the Lutrin. I think this may be very...
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Essays: On the Nature and Immutability of Truth, in Opposition to ..., Volumen2

James Beattie - 1776
...ftyle without being ridiculous ; but things natural can. Metaphors raife the latter into dig*' nity, as we fee in the Georgics ; but *' throw the former into ridicule, as in. the " Lutrin. 1 think this may very well he ac*' counted for: laughter implies cenfure; *' inanimate and irrational...
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The Works of the English Poets: Pope's Homer

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...very reafon, to have conf:dered it with a view to the Iliad. How dignity, as we fee in the Georgicks : but throw the former into ridicule, as in the Lutrin....this may very well be accounted for: laughter implies cenlure ; inanimate and irrational beings are not objefts 'of cenfure; therefore they may be elevated...
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The Works of the English Poets: Pope's Homer

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...latter into dignity, as we fee in the Georgicks : but throw th« former into ridicule, as in the Lutrtn. I think this may very well be accounted for: laughter...cenfure ; inanimate and irrational beings are not objefts of cenfure ; therefore they may be elevated as much as you pleafe, and no ridicule follows...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces ..., Volumen38,Página 2

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...obfervation, That the low aftions of life cannot beputinto a figurative ftyle, without being ridiculous ; but things natural can. Metaphors raife the latter into dignity, as we fee in the Georgicks : but throw the former into ridicule, as in the Lutrin. I think this may very well be accounted...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by ...

English poets - 1790
...things natural can. Metaphors raife the latter into dignity, dignity, as we fee in the Georgicks : but throw the former into ridicule, as in the Lutrin. I think thif may very well be accounted for : laughter implies cenfure ; inanimate and irrational beings are...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical

Robert Anderson - 1795
...observation, that the low actions of life cannot be put into a figurative ftyle, without being ridiculous, but things natural can. Metaphors raife the latter...inanimate and irrational beings are not objects of ceufurc ; therefore they may be eleyated as much as you pleafe, and no ridicule follow : but when rational...
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The Odyssey of Homer, Volumen5

Homer - 1796
...ridiculous, but things natural can. Metaphors raifc the latter into dignity > as we fee in the Georgicks : but throw the former into ridicule, as in the Lutrin....very well be accounted for : laughter implies cenfure j inanimate and irrational beings arc not objects of cenfure; therefore thefe may btf elevated as much...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq, Volumen4

Alexander Pope - 1797
...obfervation, that the low aftions of life cannot be put into a figurative ftyle without being ridiculous, but things natural can. Metaphors raife the latter into dignity, as we fee in the Georg1cs; but throw the former into ridicule, as in the Lutrin. I think this may very well be accounted...
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