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Who, out of great respect to our poet not naming him, doth yet glance at his essay
(together with the Duke of Buckingham's, and the criticisms of Dryden and of
Horace, which he more openly taxeth.) '• " As to the numerous treatises, eslays,.
Horace has even in his An of ** poetry thrown out several things which plainly
mew, he thought an " art of poetry was of no use, even while he was writing one."
To all which great authorities we can only oppose that of Mr. Addis on. u J- The
... a piece of Satire which hit all tastes and degrees of men, from those of the
highest Quality to the very Rabble : That verse of Horace Primores populi arripait,
populumque tributim, could never be so justly applied as to this. The vast success
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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