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" In reality, poetry and rhetoric do not succeed in exact description so well as painting does; their business is to affect rather by sympathy than imitation; to display rather the effect of things on the mind of the speaker, or of others, than to present... "
Maxims, Opinions and Characters, Moral, Political, and Economical - Σελίδα 62
των Edmond Burke - 1815
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...andi rhetoric do not succeed in exact description so well as paint-' ing does ; their business is, to affect rather by sympathy than imitation ; to display...province, and that in which they succeed the best. SECT. VI. — POETBY NOT STRICTLY AN IMITATIVE ABT. HENCE we may observe that poetry, taken in its...

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John Pinkerton - 1783
...well * as Painting does ; their bufinels is to affect rather by ' fympathy than imitation ; to diiplay rather the effect * of things on the mind of the Speaker, or of others, * than to prefcnt a clear idea of the things themlelves. * This is their moft extenfive province,' and that in...

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Edmund Burke - 1804
...longer know that venerable object called the people in such a disbanded race of deserters and vagabonds. For a while they may be terrible indeed ; but in such...or of others, than to present a clear idea of the tilings themselves. This is their most extensive province, and that in which they succeed the best....

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Edmund Burke - 1806
...poetry and rhetorick do not succeed in exact description so well as painting does ; their business is, to affect rather by sympathy than imitation ; to display...province, and that in which they succeed the best. SECT. VI. • POETRY NOT STRICTLY AN IMITATIVE ART. HENCE we may observe that poetry, taken in its...

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ORIGINAL PAPERS - 1823
...general, " their business is to affect rather by sympathy than imitation, to display rather the effects of things on the mind of the speaker, or of others,...to present a clear idea of the things themselves." The Mess^niennes of M. Delavigne are good illustrations of this position. They are really lyric choruses,...

The New Monthly Magazine, and Literary Journal, Τόμος 5

1823
...general, " their business is to affect rather by sympathy than imitation, to display rather the effects of things on the mind of the speaker, or of others,...to present a clear idea of the things themselves." The Messeuiennes of M. Delavigne are good illustrations of this position. They are really lyric chorusses,...

The New Monthly Magazine, Τόμος 5

1823
...general, " their business is to affect rather by sympathy than imitation, to display rather the effects of things on the mind of the speaker, or of others,...to present a clear idea of the things themselves." The Messéniennes of M. Delavigne are good illustrations of this position. They are really lyric chorusses,...

New Monthly Magazine, Τόμος 7

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1823
...general, " their business is to affect rather by sympathy than imitation, to display rather the effects of things on the mind of the speaker, or of others,...to present a clear idea of the things themselves." The Messéniemies of M. Delavigne are good illustrations of this position. They are really lyric choruses,...

New Monthly Magazine, Τόμος 7

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1823
...general, " their business is to affect rather by sympathy than imitation, to display rather the effects oi things on the mind of the speaker, or of others, than...to present a clear idea of the things themselves." The Mcsseniennes of M. Delavigne are good illustrations of this position. They are really lyric choruses,...

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...something very different from images : he says, " The business of poetry is to " display rather the effects of things on " the mind of the speaker, or of others,...present a clear idea of the things " themselves." If he had said, " to pre" sent the effects of things, AS WELL AS a " clear idea of the things themselves,"...




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