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No less peremptory is the censure of our hypercritical Historian - Mr. Ol D M I x o
N. “I dare not say any thing of the Essay on Criticism in verse; but if any “more
curious reader has discovered in it something new which is not in “Dryden's ...
forementioned Essay, frequently commends the same. And the painful - - Mr. L E
w is T H E o B A l D thus extols it”, “The spirit of Homer breathes all through this
translation. “ — I am in doubt, whether I should most admire the justness to the ...
“man can have that way.” And Mr. T H o M. As Cook E, after much blemishing our
author's Homer, crieth out, * A List of Persons, &c. at the end of the * Commentary
on the Duke of Buckingforementioned Collection of all the Letters, ham's Essay ...
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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