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" But that which is to be allowed him, and which very much contributed to cover his defects, is a daring fiery spirit that animates his translation, which is something like what one might imagine Homer himself would have writ before he arrived at years... "
Pope's Homer's Iliad and Odyssey ; Dryden's Virgil and Juvenal ; Pitt's ... - Σελίδα 11
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The works of Alexander Pope, with notes and illustrations, by ..., Τόμος 5

Alexander Pope - 1847
...boast of having finished half the Iliad in less than fifteen weeks, shows with what negligence his version was performed. But that which is to be allowed...have writ before he arrived at years of discretion. Hobbes has given us 3 a correct explanation of the sense in general, but for particulars and circumstances...

New General Biographical Dictionary, Τόμος 6

Hugh James Rose - 1848
...could read it »ithout a degree of transport. Pope is of opinion that Chapman covers his defects "by a daring fiery spirit, that animates his translation,...something like what one might imagine Homer himself to have written before he arrived to years of discretion." A diligent observer will easily see that...

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New general biographical dictionary - 1848 - 1857 σελίδες
...could read it without a degree of transport. Pope is of opinion that Chapman covers his defects "by a daring fiery spirit, that animates his translation,...something like what one might imagine Homer himself to have written before he arrived to years of discretion." A diligent observer will easily see that...

Translation of the Iliad of Homer

Homer - 1849 - 544 σελίδες
...boast of having finished half the Iliad in less Sthan fifteen weeks, shows with what negligence his version was performed. But that which is to be allowed...like what one might imagine Homer himself would have written before he arrived at years of discretion. Hobbes has given us a correct explanation of the...

The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: To which is Prefixed the Life of ...

Alexander Pope - 1850 - 484 σελίδες
...half tho Iliad in less than fifteen weeks, shows with what negligence his version was performed. Rut that which is to be allowed him, and which very much contributed to cover his defects, is a daring Scry spirit that animates his translation, which is something like what one might imagine Homer himself...

A Little Book of Songs and Ballads: Gathered from Ancient Musick Books, Ms ...

Edward Francis Rimbault - 1851 - 227 σελίδες
...never translated any passage till he read his version." — Dr. Johnton. " He covers his defects with a daring, fiery spirit, that animates his translation,...something like what one might imagine Homer himself to have writ before he arrived at years of diseretion." — Pope. " Chapman's translation, with all...

Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the 15th, 16th, and ..., Τόμος 2

Henry Hallam - 1854
...subsequently added. Pope, after censuring the haste, negligence, and fustian language of Chapman, observes, " that which is to be allowed him; and which very much contributed to cover his defects, is a free daring spirit that animates his translation, which is something like what one might imagine Homer...

The Odysseys, tr. by G. Chapman, with intr. and notes by R. Hooper, Τόμος 1

Homerus - 1857
...never translated any passage till he read his version.'' — Dr. Johnson. " He covers his defects with a daring, fiery spirit that animates his translation...something like what one might imagine Homer himself to have writ before he arrived at years of discretion." — Tope. " Chapman's translation, with all...

The Iliads of Homer, done [into Engl. verse] by G. Chapman, with ..., Τόμος 1

Homerus - 1857
...instead of the Grreek." Pope has however done Chapman the justice to say that " he covers his defects by a daring fiery spirit that animates his translation...something like what one might imagine Homer himself to have writ before he arrived to years of discretion." " He (Pope) might have added," says Mr. Hallam,...

The Dramatic Works of John Webster: A cure for a cuckold. Induction to the ...

John Webster - 1857
...never translated any passage till he read his version." — Dr. Johnson. " He covers his defects with a daring, fiery spirit that animates his translation...something like what one might imagine Homer himself to have writ before he arrived at years of discretion." — Pope. " Chapman's translation, with all...




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