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Of this fort Mr. Dennis ascribes to him *• Two Farces, whose names he does not
tell, but assures us there is not one jest in them; and an Imitation of Horace,
whose title he does not mention, but assures us, // is- much more execrable than
ail his ...
65 She sees a Mob of Metaphors advance, Pleas'd with the Madness of the mazy
dance : How Tragedy and Comedy embrace ; How Farce and Epic get a jumbled
race ; How Time himself stands still at her command*, 70 Realms shift their ...
Names of miserable Farces of Tiitald and others , which it was their custom to get
acted at the end of the best Tragedies, to spoil the digestion of the audience.
Verse 310. — ensure it but from fire.] In TibbaWs Farce of Proserpine a Corn-field
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On the whole, I did enjoy reading this poem, although I found it very difficult to read. I've heard before that it's very hard to comprehend the first time around, and I would have to agree. Although ... Read full review