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" Though he had so many difficulties to encounter, and so little assistance to surmount them, he has been able to obtain an exact knowledge of many modes of life, and many casts of native dispositions; to vary them with great multiplicity; to mark them... "
Poems, with illustrative remarks [ed. by W.C. Oulton]. To which is prefixed ... - Página xxxvi
por William Shakespeare - 1804
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The Harvard Classics, Volumen39

Charles William Eliot - 1909
...inevitably condemned; the incumbrances of his fortune were shaken from his mind, as dewdrops from a lion's mane. Though he had so many difficulties to encounter,...full view by proper combinations. In this part of his performances he had none to imitate, but has himself been imitated by all succeeding writers; and it...
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Johnson on Shakespeare

Samuel Johnson - 1908 - 208 páginas
...inevitably condemned ; the incumbrances of his fortune were shaken from his mind, as dewdrops from a lion's mane. Though he had so many difficulties to encounter,...multiplicity ; to mark them by nice distinctions; and $Q_ shew .them, in full view by proper \' combi nations. In this part of his performances he had none...
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Tales 1812 and Selected Poems

Crabbe - 1967 - 484 páginas
...1908), p. 191. xxviii Preface to Shakespeare and lies behind the practice of his characteranalyses : He has been able to obtain an exact knowledge of many...multiplicity; to mark them by nice distinctions; and to show them. . .by proper combinations1 [cf. 'the combinations of concurring [and] the perplexity of...
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William Shakespeare: The Critical Heritage, Volumen5

Brian Vickers - 1995 - 568 páginas
...inevitably condemned; the incumbrances of his fortune were shaken from his mind, as dewdrops from a lion's mane. Though he had so many difficulties to encounter,...full view by proper combinations. In this part of his performances he had none to imitate, but has himself been imitated by all succeeding writers; and it...
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Communities of Cultural Value: Reception Study, Political Differences, and ...

Philip Goldstein - 2001 - 241 páginas
...poverty, nor limited by the narrow conversation to which men in want are inevitably condemned" but "has been able to obtain an exact knowledge of many modes of life." 26 In the judicial manner neoclassical critics like Johnson fault the improprieties of Hamlet but appreciate...
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