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" Milton seems to have been sensible of this imperfection in his fable, and has therefore endeavoured to cure it by several expedients... "
A Familiar Explanation of the Poetical Works of Milton: To which is Prefixed ... - Seite 31
von William Dodd - 1762 - 144 Seiten
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The Spectator. ...

1712
...Heroick Poem. MILTON feems to have been fenfible of this Im perfection in his Fable, and has there-; fore endeavoured to cure it by feveral Expedients ; particularly...Adverfary of Mankind meets with upon his Return to the Aflembly of Infernal Spirits, as it is defcribed in a beautiful Paflage of the tenth Book ; and likewife...
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The Spectator, Band 4

1729
...upon contrary Plans. I muft however own, that I think this kind of Fable, which i» the moft perfeft in Tragedy, is not fo proper for an Heroic Poem. MILTON...Mortification' Which the great Adverfary of Mankind meets whh upon Jits Return to the Aflembly of Infernal Spirits, asi t is d«fcribed in a beautiful Pailage...
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The Spectator, Band 4

1738
...Tragedy, is not fo proper for an Heroick Poem. MILTON kerns to. have been fenfible of this Imperfeftion in his Fable, and has therefore endeavoured to Cure...Adverfary of Mankind meets with upon his Return to the Aflembly of Infernal Spirits, as it is defcribed in a beautiful Paffage of the Tenth Book ; and likewife...
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The Spectator: ...

1737
...written of late Years in our own Country, are railed upon contrary flans. I miift however own, that I think this Kind of Fable, which is the moft perfect in Tragedy, is not fo proper for an Heroick Poem. MIL1ON feems to have been fenfible of this Imperfcction in his Fable, and has therefore...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books, Band 1

John Milton - 1750
...written of late years in our own country, are raifcd upon contrary plans. 1 muft however own, that I think this kind of fable, which is the moft perfect...this imperfection in his fable, and has therefore endevored to cure it by feveral expedients ; particularly by the mortification which the great adverfary...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books, Band 1

John Milton - 1750
...written of late years in our own country, are railed upon contrary plans. I muft however own, that I think this kind of fable, which is the moft perfect...this imperfection in his fable, and has therefore endevored to cure it by feveral expedients ; particularly by the mortification which the great adverfary...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The Sixth ...

John Milton - 1763
...railed upon contrary plans. I mult however own, that I think this kind of fable, which is the mofl perfect in tragedy, is not fo proper for an heroic...this imperfection in his fable, and has therefore endevored to cure it by feveral expedients ; particularly by the mortification which the great adverfary...
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Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ...

1776
...written of lateyears in our own country, are raifed upon contrary plans. I muft, howerer, own that I think this kind of fable, which is the moft perfect in tragedy, is not fo proper for an heroic poerr. . Milton feems to have been fenfible of this iroperfection in hU Fable, and has therefore endeavoured...
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The Spectator, Band 4

1778
...written of la e years in our own country, are railedupon contrary plane. I muft however own, that I think this kind of fable, which is the moft perfect...tragedy, is not fo proper for an heroic poem. Milton teems to have been fenfible of this imperfection in his fable, and has therefore endeavoured to cure...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Band 4

1786
...railed upon contrary plans. Г mail however own,, that I think, this kind of Fable, which is the molt perfect in tragedy, is not fo proper for an heroic poem¿ Milton f'eems to have been feniible of this imperfeclioh iii r/is fable, and has therefore endeavolired to cure it by feveral...
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