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IMITATIONS. V 1 » 3 1 $4, y^-] Something like this is in Homer, II. 10. ver. 220. of
Diomed. Two different manners of the fame author in his Similes, are allo imitated
in the two following; the first of the Bailiff, is short, unadorn'd, and (as the Critics ...
IMITATIONS. 145 Haywood, Centlivre, Glories of their race ' Lo Horneck's. Virg.
Æn. 6. Ill* vides, purajuvenis qui nttttur basta V 1 «. * t 133. With all tbj Father's
virtua blest, be h«rn ! J A manner of expression used by Virgil, ... , ., ffafeeref pr
IMITATIONS. Another Æschylus appears ! prepare For new Abortions, all ye. V 1 r
5 e 305. — If heav'n thou canst not bend, j Virg. Æn. 7. hell thoujhalt mm mmm-,] I
fit fieri si wtjuee fuptros, acheronta novels. REMARKS. V1RSC311. Another ...
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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