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" Chapman writes and feels as a Poet — as Homer might have written had he lived in England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth."— Coleridge. "
The Iliads of Homer, done [into Engl. verse] by G. Chapman, with intr. and ... - Página xvi
editado por - 1865
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The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Volumen1

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1836 - 438 páginas
...Wordsworth. Ed. though a far truer one than Pope's epigrams, or Cowper's cumbersome most anti-Homeric Miltonism. For Chapman writes and feels as a poet,...written had he lived in England in the reign of Queen Eliza-< beth. In short, it is an exquisite poem, in spite of its frequent and perverse quaintnesses...
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A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

Francis Grose, Samuel Pegge - 1839 - 188 páginas
...with all its defects, is often exceedingly Homerie, which Pope himself seldom obtained." — Hallam. " Chapman writes and feels as a Poet — as Homer might...lived in England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth." — Coleridge. " I have just finished Chapman's Homer. Did you ever read it ? — it has the most continuous...
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The Presbyterian review and religious journal, Volumen19

1846
...poem as The Faery Queene. It will give you a far truer idea of Homer than Pope's Epigrams, or Cowper's Miltonism. For Chapman writes and feels as a poet, — as Homer might have written had he lived in the reign of Queen Elizabeth.' hated for introducing no words, or idiom unsuited to the general style...
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A Little Book of Songs and Ballads: Gathered from Ancient Musick Books, Ms ...

Edward Francis Rimbault - 1851 - 227 páginas
...with all its defects, is often exceedingly Homeric, which Pope himself seldom obtained." — Hallam. " Chapman writes and feels as a Poet— as Homer might...lived in England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth." — Coleridge. " 1 have just finished Chapman's Homer. Did you ever read It?— it has the most continuous...
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The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: With an ..., Volumen4

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1853
...epigrams, or Cowper's cumbersome most anti-Homeric Miltonism. For Chapman writes and. feels as a poet,—as Homer might have written had he lived in England in the reign of dueen Elizabeth. In short, it is an exquisite poem, in spite of its frequent and perverse quaintnesses...
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A history of the convocation of the Church of England: being an account of ...

Thomas Lathbury - 1853 - 415 páginas
...all its defects, is often exceedingly Homerie, which Pope himfelf feldom obtained.'1 — Hallam. ** Chapman writes and feels as a Poet — as Homer might have written bad he lived in England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. —CJirUgl. ul have juft finifhed Chapman's...
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Hallelujah: or, Britain's second remembrancer; bringing to remembrance (in ...

George Wither - 1857 - 399 páginas
...with all its defects, is often exceedingly Homerie, which Pope himself seldom obtained." — Hallam. " Chapman writes and feels as a Poet— as Homer might...lived in England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth."— Coleridge. '* I have just finished Chapman's Homer. Did you ever read it ? — it hns the most continuous...
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Miscellanies Upon Various Subjects

John Aubrey - 1857 - 227 páginas
...all its defects, is often exceedingly Homeric, •which Pope himself seldom obtained.' — Hallam. ' Chapman writes and feels as a Poet — as Homer might...have written had he lived in England in the reign of Q'leen Elizabeth.' — Coleridge. ' 1 have just nnisbed Chapman's Homer. Did you ever read it? —...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, Volumen1

John Webster - 1857
...exceedingly Homeric, which Pope himself seldom attained."—Hallam. " Chapman writes and feels as a poet—as Homer might have written had he lived in England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth."— Coleridge. " I havo iust finished Chapman's Homer. Did you ever read it?—it has the most continuous...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, ed. by W. Hazlitt

John Webster - 1857
...ingly Homeric, which Pope himself seldom attained."—Hallam. " Chapman writes and feels as a poet—as Homer might have written had he lived in England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth."—Coieridge. " I have just finished Chapman's Homer. Did you ever read it?—it has the...
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