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" It is a circumstance equally unfortunate that men of the most refined taste and the brightest parts are apt to look upon a close application to the study of languages as inconsistent with their spirit and genius : so that the state of letters seems to... "
Monolithic Jinas - Page x
by Jose Pereira - 2001 - 204 pages
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A Grammar of the Persian Language

Sir William Jones - Persian language - 1823 - 230 pages
...insensibility of commentators and critics to the beauties of the authors whom they profess to illustrate : few of them seem to have received the smallest pleasure...learning who have no taste, and men of taste who have no learning. M. de Voltaire, who excels all writers of his age and country in the elegance of his style,...
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