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Sorry I am, that persons professing to be learned, or of whatever rank of authors,
should either falsely tax, or be falsely taxed. Yet let us, who are only reporters, be
impartial in our citations, and proceed. M 1st's Jo U R N A L, June 8, 1728.
which being utterly false, did not indeed much humble the Author, but drew this
just chastisement on the Bookseller. I M I T A T 1 o N s. VER. 163. – yon june —
IWith cow-like udders, and with ox-like eyes.] In allusion to Homer's BoŽris
54. let Division reign :] Alluding to the false taste of playing tricks in Music with
numberless divisions, to the neglect of that harmony which conforms Chromatic
tortures soon shall drive them hence, 55 reak all. 16o The D U N C I A D. Book IV.
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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