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" The contemptible machinery, by which they mimic the storm which he goes out in, is not more inadequate to represent the horrors of the real elements than any actor can be to represent Lear... "
The Analectic Magazine - Página 73
1815
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The Reflector: A Quarterly Magazine, on Subjects of Philosophy, Politics ...

Leigh Hunt - 1811 - 503 páginas
...rainy night, has nothing in it but what is painful and disgusting. We want to take him into shelter and relieve him. That is all the feeling which the acting of Lear ever prbduced in me. But the Lear of Shakspeare cannot be acted. The con. temptible machinery by which they...
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volumen5

1815
...night — has nothing in it but what is painful and disgustin;. *We want to take him into sheltf, and relieve him. That is all the feeling which the acting...The contemptible machinery by which they mimic the stortn which he goes out in, is not more inadequate to represent the horrors of the real elements,...
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Characters of Shakespear's Plays

William Hazlitt - 1817 - 352 páginas
...shall conclude this account. " The LEAR of Shakespear cannot be acted. The contemptible machinery with which they mimic the storm which he goes out in, is not more inadequate to represent the horrors of the real elements than any actor can be to represent Lear. 1 The greatness of Lear is not...
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The Works of Charles Lamb: In Two Parts, Volumen1

Charles Lamb - 1818
...rainy night; has nothing in it but what is painful and disgusting. We want to take him into shelter and relieve him. That is all the feeling which the acting...goes out in, is not more inadequate to represent the horrors of the real elements, than any actor can be to represent Lear : they might more easily propose...
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Characters of Shakespeare's Plays

William Hazlitt - 1818 - 323 páginas
...account. ^^JIJM " The LEAR of Shakspeare *tarnrer~j The contemptible machinery with which they mimick the storm which he goes out in, is not more inadequate to represent the horrours of the real elements, than any actor can i>e to represent Lear. The greatness of Lear is not...
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Characters of Shakspeare's Plays

William Hazlitt - 1818 - 323 páginas
...account. " The LEAR of Shakspeare cannot be acted. The contemptible machinery with which they mimick the storm which he goes out in, is not more inadequate to represent the horrours of the real elements, than any actor can be to represent Lear. The greatness of Lear is not...
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The History of Christ's Hospital: From Its Foundation by King Edward the ...

John Iliff Wilson - 1821 - 308 páginas
...rainy night, has nothing in it but what is painful and disgusting. We want to take him into shelter and relieve him. That is all the feeling which the acting...goes out in, is not more inadequate to represent the horrors of the real elements, than any actor can be to represent Lear : they might more easily propose...
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The Etonian, Volumen1

1821
...rainy night, has nothing in it but what is painful and disgusting. We want totake him into shelter and relieve him. That is all the feeling which the acting...me. But the Lear of Shakspeare cannot be acted. The contemptihte machinery by which they mimic the storm which he goes out in, is not more inadequate to...
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The Etonian, Volumen1

1821
...rainy night, has nothing in it but what is painful and disgusting. We want to take him into shelter and relieve him. That is all the feeling which the acting of Lear ever produced in me. Bat the Lear of Shakspeare cannot be acted. The contemptible machinery by which they mimic the storm...
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The Etonian, Volumen1

Winthrop Mackworth Praed, Walter Blunt - 1822
...rainy night, has nothing in it but what is painful and disgusting. We want to take him into shelter and relieve him. That is all the feeling which the acting...by which they mimic the storm which he goes out in, ia not more inadequate to represent the horrors of the real elements, than any actor can be to represent...
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