Essays, Critical and Miscellaneous (Classic Reprint)

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1kg Limited, Jan 18, 2018 - 550 pages
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Milton that he had here no Euripides to mis lead him. He understood and levied the litera ture of modern Italy. But he did not feel fiar it the same veneration which he entertained for the remains of Athenian and Roman poetry, consecrated by so many lofty and endearing recollections. The faults, moreover, of his Italian predecessors were of a kind to which his mind had a deadly antipathy. He coul.

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