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Bossu, dupotmt Epique, ch. 8 </7J?orf>. b Ibid. ch. 7 </72orf>. c Book i . Verse 32,
&c. </7aorf>. d Verse 45 to 52 e Verse 57 to 75 </72<x/>. ' Verse 80 * BOSSII, ch.
7, 8 </72o</>. i in Smitkfield to be the entertainment of the court 50 MARTINUS ...
Book i. Verse 8. E'er Pallas issued from the Thund'rers head. E'er is the
contraction of ever, but that is by no means the sense in this place: Correct it,
without the least scruple, E're, the contraction of or-ere, an old English word for
Ibid, verse 88. — pee 8' 'Appporov, correct the Accents thus, pee 8' "AfiflpoTov —
rrepye, Corr. -nep re. Want of understanding in Greek! Book i. verse 58. Rem.
Tenderness for a bad writer, read the bad writers. Plur. False English: No
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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
The Dunciad Variorum with the Prolegomena of Scriblerus i
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