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VER. 40. Curl's chaffe press, and Listot's rubric post :] Two Booksellers, of whom
see Book 2. The former was fined by the Court of King's Bench for publishing
obscene books; the latter usually adorned his shop with titles in red letters. VER.
24. proposed the prizes in bonour of ber son Achilles.) Hither flock the Poets and
Cri. tics, attended, as is but just, with their Patrons and Booksellers. The Goddess
is first pleased, for ber disport, to propose games to the Booksellers, and settetb ...
Osborne] A Bookseller in Grays-Inn, very well qualified by his impudence to act
this part; and therefore placed here instead of a less deserving Predecessor. This
man published advertisements for a year together, pretending to sell Mr. Pope's ...
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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