... Pleasure we have from what is new, and the latter encroaches on that we receive from Imitations. . . . The Passages a Poet is to imitate ought to be selected with great Care, and should ever be the best Parts of the best Authors, and always ought...
An Essay Upon Milton's Imitations of the Ancients, in His Paradise Lost ... - Seite 6
von William Laudér - 1741 - 62 Seiten