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“That he was wri“ting a play of the Lady Jane Grey; ” but it afterwards proved to
be Mr. Row's. We are assured by another, “He wrote a pamphlet called * Dennis,
Pref. to his Refle&. on the Essay | * Rem. on Homer, p. 8, 9. on Criticism. * Ibid. p.
He signalized himself as a critic, having written some very bad plays; abused Mr.
P. very scandalously in an anonymous pamphlet of the Life of Mr. Wycherley,
printed by Curl: in another, called the New Rehearsal, printed in 1714; in a third,
Not to search too deeply into the reason hereof, I will only observe as a faā, that,
every week for these two months past, the town has been persecuted with *
pamphlets, advertisements, letters, and weekly essays, not only against the wit
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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