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" He fell into an age in which our language began to lose the stability which it had obtained in the time of Elizabeth ; and was considered by every writer as a subject on which he might try his plastic skill, by moulding it according to his own fancy.... "
The works of Samuel Johnson [ed. by F.P. Walesby]. - Σελίδα 499
των Samuel Johnson - 1825
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Miscellaneous and fugitive pieces [chiefly of Johnson, ed. by T. Davies].

Samuel Johnson - 1774
...are harfh, and his Combinations uncouth. • He fell into an Age in which our Language began to k)fe the Stability which it had obtained in the Time of Elizabeth ; and was confidered by every Writer as a Subject on which he might try his plaftick Skill, by moulding it according...

Miscellaneous and Fugitive Pieces

Samuel Johnson, Thomas Davies - 1774
...are harfh, and his Combinations uncouth. • JJefeil into an Age in which our Language began $a loio the Stability which it had obtained in the .Time of Elizabeth; and was confidered by every .Writer as a Subject on which he might try his plaftick Skill, by moulding it according...

Miscellaneous and fugitive pieces [chiefly of Johnson, ed. by T. Davies]. By ...

Samuel Johnson - 1804
...not please; it commands, but does not allure : his tropes are harsh and his combinations uncouth, He fell into an age in which our language began "to lose...every writer as a subject on which he might try -his plastic skill, by moulding it according to his own fancy. Milton, in consequence of this incroaching...

Essays, biographical, critical, and historical, illustrative of the ..., Τόμος 2

Nathan Drake - 1805
...not please ; it commands, but does not allure : his tropes are harsh and his combinations uncouth. He fell into an age, in which our language began to lose...every writer as a subject on which he might try his plastic skill, by moulding it according to his own fancy. Milton, in consequence of this encroaching...

Essays Biographical, Critical, and Historical: Illustrative of the Tatler ...

Nathan Drake - 1805
...not please; it commands, but does not allure : his tropes are harsh and his combinations uncouth. He fell into an age, in which our language began to lose...every writer as a subject on which he might try his plastic skill, by moulding it according to his own fancy. Milton, in consequence of this encroaching...

The works of Samuel Johnson, Τόμος 12

Alexander Chalmers - 1806
...his tropes are harsh, and his com. filiations nnconth. He fell into an age in" which onr ' langnage began to lose the stability which it had obtained...Elizabeth ; and was considered by every writer as a anbjeri on which he might try his plastick skill, by monlding it according to his own fancy. Milton,...

The Works of Samuel Johnson, L. L. D.: In Twelve Volumes, Τόμος 12

Samuel Johnson - 1812
...not please; it commands, but does not allure: his tropes are harsh, and his combinations uncouth. He fell into an age in which our language began to lose...according to his own fancy. Milton, in consequence of this incroaching licence, began to introduce the Latin idiom: and Browne, though he gave less disturbance...

The works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: With An essay on his life and ..., Τόμος 12

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...not please ; it 'commands, but does not allure: his tropes are harsh and his combinations uncouth. He fell into an age in which our language began to lose...according to his own fancy. Milton, in consequence of this incroaching licence, began to introduce the Latin idiom : and Browne, though he gave less disturbance...

The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Τόμος 7

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...please ; it commands, but does not allure : his tropes are harsh, and his combinations uncouth. He fell into an age, in which our language began to lose...every writer as a subject on which he might try his plastic skill, by moulding it according to his own fancy. Milton, in consequence of this encroaching...

The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Τόμος 7

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...Elizabeth; and was considered by every writer as a subject on which he might try his plastic skil), by moulding it according to his own fancy. Milton, in consequence of this encroaching licence, began to introduce the Latin idiom; and Browne, though he gave less disturbance to our structures...




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