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" His scenes exhibit not much of humour, imagery, or passion ; his personages are a kind of intellectual gladiators; every sentence is to ward or strike; the contest of smartness is never intermitted; his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alternate... "
The General Biographical Dictionary - Σελίδα 161
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...are a kind of intellectual gladiators; every fentence is to ward or ftrike; the conteft of fmartnefs is never intermitted; his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alternate corufcations. His comedies have therefore, in fome degree, the operation of tragedies ; they furprife...

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Samuel Johnson - 1781
...a kind of intellectual gladiators ; every fentence is to ward or ftrike ; the conteft of fmartnefs is never intermitted ; his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alternate corufcations.. His comedies have therefore, in fome degree, the operation of tragedies ; they furprifc...

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samuel johnson - 1781
...are a kind of intellectual gladiators; every fentence is Co ward or ftrike; the conteft of fmartnefs is never intermitted; his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alternate corufcations. His comedies have therefore, in fome degree, the operation of tragedies; they furprife...

The lives of the most eminent English poets; with critical ..., Τόμος 3

Samuel Johnson - 1781
...are a kind -of intellectual gladiators; every fentence is to ward or ftrike; the conteft of fmartnefs is never intermitted; his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alternate corufcations. His comedies have therefore, in fome degree, the operation of tragedies; they ifurprife...

The Observer: Being a Collection of Moral, Literary and Familiar Essays, Τόμος 5

Richard Cumberland - 1790
...kind of intellectual gladiators; every fen" tence is to ward or flrike; the conteft of " fmartnefe is never intermitted; his wit is a « meteor playing to and fro with alternate co" mfcations." If he can learn to embroider with as much fpendor, tafte and addrefs as this and many...

Observer: A Collection of Moral, Literary and Familiar Essays, Τόμος 4

Richard Cumberland - 1791
...kind of intellectual 11 gladiators ; every fentence is to ward or ftrike; " the conteft of fmartnefs is never intermitted ; " his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alter" nate corrufc.iticns." If he can learn to embroider with as much fplendor, U'fte and at'drefs...

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Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1792
...are a kind of intellectual gladiators; every fentence is to ward or ftrike; the conteft of fmartnefs is never intermitted ; his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alternate corufcations. His comedies have therefore, in fome degree, the operation of tragedies; they iurprife...

A Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain..: Parnell. Garth. Rowe ...

1795
...are a kind of ¡ntelle&ual gladiators ; every fentence a to ward or ftrike, the conteft of fmartncfs is never intermitted ; his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alternate corrufcations. Hi* comedies have, therefore, in fome degree, the operation of tragedies; they lurprife...

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Edmund Burke - 1793
...are a kind of intelle&ual gladiators; every fentenee is to ward or ftrike ; the conteft of fmartnefs is never intermitted ; his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alternate corufcations." If he can learn to embroider with as much fplendor, taite and addrefs as this and many...

Annual Register, Τόμος 32

1793
...a kind of intellectual gladiators ; every fentence is to ward or ilrike ; the conteft of fmartnefs is never intermitted ; his wit is a meteor playing to and fro with alternate coruications." If he can learn to erhbroider with as much iplendor, talle and addrefsas this and many...




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