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" It is not enough that poems be beautiful;" let them be tender and affecting, and bear away the soul of the auditor whithersoever they please. As the human countenance smiles on those that smile, so does it sympathize with those that weep. If you would... "
The Works of Horace - Page 269
by Horace - 1819
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The works of Horace: translated literally into English prose; for ..., Volume 2

Horace - 1836
...grief in a prosaic style. Telephus and Peleus, when they are both in poverty and exile, throwaside their rants and gigantic expressions, if they have...and affecting, and bear away the soul of the auditor wheresoever they please. As the human countenance smiles on those that smile, so does it sympathize...
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Synopsis of the Greek Drama Including Biographical Notices ...: With a ...

John William Donaldson - Greek drama - 1838 - 62 pages
...engage the sympathies of others. "It is not enough," says the accurate Roman teacher on this subject, " that poems be beautiful; let them be tender and affecting, and bear away the soul of the auditor wheresoever they please. As the human countenance smiles on those that smile, so does it sympathise...
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Works

Horace - 1850
...tumid strain ; and a tragic writer generally expresses grief in a prosaic style. Telephua and Peleus, when they are both in poverty and exile, throw aside...and affecting, and bear away the soul of the auditor wheresoever they please. As the human countenance smiles on those that smile, so does it sympathize...
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The works of Horace, tr. literally into Engl. prose by C. Smart

Quintus Horatius Flaccus - 1850
...tumid strain : and a tragic writer generally expresses grief in a prosaic style. Telephus and Peleus, when they are both in poverty and exile, throw aside...complaint. It is not enough, that poems be beautiful ; 16 let them be tender and affecting, and bear away the soul of the auditor whithersoever they please....
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The Works of Horace: Translated Literally Into English Prose

Horace - 1855 - 325 pages
...tumid strain : and a tragic writer generally expresses grief in a prosaic style. Telephus and Peleus, when they are both in poverty and exile, throw aside...with their complaint. It is not enough that poems be beautiful;10 let them be tender and affecting, and bear away the soul of the auditor whithersoever...
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Horace

Horace - 1888 - 325 pages
...tumid strain : and a tragic writer generally expresses grief in a prosaic style. Telephus and Peleus, when they are both in poverty and exile, throw aside...complaint. It is not enough, that poems be beautiful ; 1G let them be tender and affecting, and bear away the soul of the auditor whithersoever they please....
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The Complete Works of Horace: The Original Text Reduced to the Natural ...

Horace - Latin poetry - 1894 - 502 pages
...tumid strain : and a tragic writer generally expresses grief in a prosaic style. Telephus and Peleus, when they are both in poverty and exile, throw aside...countenance smiles on those that smile, so does it sympathize with those that weep. If you would have me weep you must first express the passion of grief...
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Horace, the Greatest of Lyric Poets: An Account of His Life, a Translation ...

Horace, William Greenwood - 1907 - 128 pages
...a perspicuous arrangement shall desert the man by whom the subject matter is chosen judiciously. " It is not enough that poems be beautiful; let them...the soul of the auditor whithersoever they please. ... If you would have me weep, you must first be deeply moved yourself. " Nor must you make such an...
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European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and ...

Barrett Harper Clark - Drama - 1918 - 501 pages
...tumid strain: and a tragic writer generally expresses grief in a prosaic style. Telephus and Peleus, when they are both in poverty and exile, throw aside...countenance smiles on those that smile, so does it sympathize with those_ that weep. If you would have me weep you must first express the passion of,...
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European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and ...

Barrett Harper Clark - Drama - 1918 - 501 pages
...tumid strain: and a tragic writer generally expresses grief in a prosaic style. Telephus and Peleus, when they are both in poverty and exile, throw aside...move the heart of the spectator with their complaint. Л It is not enough, that poems be beautiful; let them be tender and a H Vet ing, and bear away the...
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