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" Shakespeare, forget that the Pagan Imagery was familiar to all the Poets of his time ; and that abundance of this sort of learning was to be picked up from almost every English book that he could take into his hands. "
Q. Horatii Flacci Epistolae ad Pisones, et Augustum - Page 173
by Horace, Richard Hurd, William Mason - 1776
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A Letter to Mr. Mason: On the Marks of Imitation

Richard Hurd - 1757 - 76 pages
...You know, as fome have imagined, They, who are in fuch [aftonifhment at the learning of Shakefpear, befides that they certainly carry the notion of his...that abundance of this fort of learning was to be pick'd up from almoft ev'ry Englifh book, he could take into his hands — that many of the beft writers...
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A Letter to Mr. Mason: On the Marks of Imitation

Richard Hurd, William Mason - Imitation (in literature) - 1757 - 76 pages
...You know, as fome have imagined. They, who are in fuch :aftoniftiment at the learning of Shakefpear, befides that they certainly carry the notion of his...far, forget that the Pagan imagery was familiar to ajl the poets of his time • — • that abundance of this fort of learning was to be pick'd up from...
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Q. Horatii Flacci Epistolae Ad Pisones, Et Augustum: With an ..., Volume 3

Horace, Richard Hurd - Poetry - 1766
...You know, as fome have imagined. They, who are ia fuch aftonifhment at the learning of Shakefpear, befides that they certainly carry the notion of his...of learning was to be picked up from almoft every Englifla book, he could take into his hands—that many of the beft writers in Greek and Latin had...
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An Essay on the Learning of Shakespeare: Addressed to Joseph Cradock, Esq

Richard Farmer - 1767 - 95 pages
...to his ft'orktf.. t$S7- Fol . *' They who are in fuch aftonifhment at the learning of Shakefpeare, forget that the Pagan Imagery was familiar to all the Poets of his time ; and that abundance of this fort of learning was to be picked Up from almoft every Englijb book, that...
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The Plays of William Shakspeare: In Fifteen Volumes. With the ..., Volume 2

William Shakespeare - 1793
...illiteracy of our poet too far: — " They who are in fuch aftonifhment at the learning of Shakfpeare, forget that the pagan imagery was familiar to all the poets of his time; and that abundance of this fort of learning was to be picked up from almoft every Englifh book, that...
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The Plays of William Shakspeare...

William Shakespeare - 1800
...illiteracy of our poet loo far : — " They who are in fuch aftonilhment at the learning of Shakfpeare, forget that the pagan imagery was familiar to all the poets of his time , and that abundance- of this fort of learning was to be picked up from almoft every Englifh book that...
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An Essay on the Learning of Shakespeare

Richard Farmer - 1800 - 96 pages
...illiteracy of our poet too far : — " They who are in fuch aftonifhment at the learning of Shakfpeare, forget that the pagan imagery was familiar to all the poets of his time ; and that abundance of this fort of learning was to be picked up from almoft every Englifh book,,...
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The Ecclesiastical and University Annual Register ...: With an Appendix ...

Universities and colleges - 1809
...answered as some liave imagined. They who are in such astonishment at the learning of Shakspeare, besides that they certainly carry the notion of his illiteracy...all the poets of his time; that abundance of this sort of learning was to be picked up from almost evejy English book he could take into his hands; that...
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The Plays of William Shakespeare ...: With the Corrections and ..., Volume 1

William Shakespeare - 1809
...of our poet too far ; — " They who are in such astonishment at the learning of Shakspeare, forgot that the pagan imagery was familiar to all the poets of his time ; and that abundance of this sort of learning was to be picked up from almost every English book, that...
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The plays of William Shakspeare, with the corrections and illustr. of ...

William Shakespeare - 1809
...our poet too far:—" They who are in such astonishment at the learning of Shakspeare, forgot th:it the pagan imagery was familiar to all the poets of his time ; and that abundance of this sort of learning was to be picked up from almost every English book, that...
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