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" He indeed overlooks and commands the admiration of posterity, but he does it from the tableland of the age in which he lived. He towered above his fellows, 'in shape and gesture proudly eminent... "
Versiones Homeri Anglicae inter se comparatae - Página 7
por David Georg Penon - 1861 - 60 páginas
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Notes and Some Account of ..., Volumen1

Christopher Marlowe, Alexander Dyce - 1850
...followin? passage in Hazlitt's Lectures on the Dram. Lit. of the age of Elizabeth. " He [Shakespeare] towered above his fellows, ' in shape and gesture proudly eminent,' but he was one of a race of giants, the tallest, the strongest, the most graceful and beautiful of them: but...
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The Modern British Essayists: Talfourd, T.N. Critical and miscellaneous ...

1852
...of poetical genius, and all his contemporaries of an order far below him, '•He, indeed, overlooks and commands the admiration of posterity; but he does it from the table lat.d of the age in which he lived. He towered above his fellows 'in shade and gesture proudly...
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The Church of England quarterly review

1853
...one of his fmest critics, Hazlitt), overlooks and commands the admiration of posterity, but he docs it from the table-land of the age in which he lived. He towered above his follows ' in shape and gesture proudly eminent.' But he waa one of a race of giants—the tallest,...
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The Miscellaneous Works, Volumen1

William Hazlitt - 1854
...men, that could either add to or take anything away from him, but such there were. He indeed overlooks and commands the admiration of posterity, but he does...fellows, " in shape and gesture proudly eminent," hut he was one of a race of giants, the tallest, the strongest, the most graceful, and beautiful of...
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The Iliads of Homer, done [into Engl. verse] by G. Chapman, with ..., Volumen1

Homerus - 1857
...and the result has proved by no means disadvantageous to their reputation. " He, indeed, overlooks and commands the admiration of posterity, but he does...fellows ' in shape and gesture proudly eminent,' but he was one of a race of giants, the tallest, the strongest, the most graceful and beautiful of them ;...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Writings of T. Noon Talfourd: Author of "Ion."

1864 - 158 páginas
...monster of poetical genius, and all his contemporaries of an order far below him. " He, indeed, overlooks and commands the admiration of posterity; but he does it from the table land of the age in which he lived. He towered above his fellows ' in shade and gesture proudly...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The tragedie of Cymbeline. 1913

William Shakespeare - 1913
...interest to whatever may be urged in favour of the humbler circle about him. 'Shakespeare,' says HAZLITT, 'towered above his fellows, "in shape and gesture "proudly eminent," but he was one of a race of giants, the tallest, the 'strongest, the most graceful and beautiful of them;...
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Contributions to a catalogue of the Lenox library

New York city, Lenox libr - 1877
...following passage in Hazlitt's Lecfurfson the Dram, Lit, of the age of Elizabeth. 'He [Shakespeare] towered above his fellows, *' in shape and gesture proudly eminent," but he was one of a race of giants, the tallest, the strongest, the most graceful and beautiful of them :...
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Lectures on the Literature of the Age of Elizabeth: And Characters of ...

William Hazlitt - 1878 - 515 páginas
...away from him, but such there were. He indeed overlooks and commands the admiration of posterity, hut he does it from the table-land of the age in which he lived. He towered ahove his fellows, " in shape and gesture proudly eminent ;" but he was one of a race of giants —...
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Studies in Early English Literature

Emelyn W. Washburn - 1882 - 225 páginas
...DRAMA. only the outcome of all that England had been and was. Hazlitt well said that ' he overlooks and commands the admiration of posterity, but he does...from the table-land of the age in which he lived.' And not only should we in this view study, as Hazlitt studied in his brilliant sketch, the contemporary...
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