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" What verse can do he has perform'd in this, Which he presumes the most correct of his; But spite of all his pride, a secret shame Invades his breast at... "
Blackwood's Magazine - Page 151
1845
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Memoirs of John Dryden, Volumes 1-2

Walter Scott - 1826
...shame Invades his breast at Shakspeare's sacred name : Awed when he hears his godlike Romans rage, lie, in a just despair, would quit the stage ; And to an...unskill'd, Does, with disdain, the foremost honours yield." It is remarkable, as a trait of character, that, though our author admitted his change of opinion on...
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Memoirs of John Dryden

Walter Scott - 1826 - 277 pages
...Shakspeare's sacred name : Awed when he hears his godlike Romans i a.;;' He, in a just despair, would '|nii the stage ; And to an age less polish'd, more unskill'd, Does, with disdain, the foremost honours yield. It is remarkable, as a trait of character, that, though our author admitted his change or opinion...
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The miscellaneous prose works of sir Walter Scott, Volume 1

sir Walter Scott (bart [prose, collected]) - 1827
...most correct of his ; But spite of all his pride, a secret shame Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name : Awed when he hears his godlike Romans...unskill'd, Does, with disdain, the foremost honours yield." It is remarkable, as a trait of character, that, though our author admitted his change of opinion on...
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Life of Dryden

Walter Scott - Chivalry - 1827
...secret shame Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name : Awed when he hears his godlike Roman* rage, He, in a just despair, would quit the stage...unskill'd, Does, with disdain, the foremost honours yield." It is remarkable, as a trait of character, that, though our author admitted his change of opinion on...
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The Poetical Works of John Dryden, Volume 3

John Dryden - 1832
...shame Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name : Aw'd when he hears his godlike Romans rage, js He, in a just despair, would quit the stage ; And...unskill'd, Does, with disdain, the foremost honours yield. As with the greater dead he dares not strive, He would not match his verse with those who live : Let...
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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Life of Dryden

Walter Scott - Authors, English - 1834
...most correct of his ; But spite of all his pride, a secret shame Invades his breast at Shakspeare's sacred name : Awed when he hears his godlike Romans...unskill'd, Does, with disdain, the foremost honours yield." It is remarkable, as a trait of character, that though our author admitted Ms change of opinion on...
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The Works of John Dryden: In Verse and Prose, with a Life, Volume 1

John Dryden - 1837
...But spile of all his pride, a secret shame . Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name : Aw'd when he hears his godlike Romans rage, He, in a just...quit the stage ; And to an age less polish'd, more unski.l'd, Does, with disdain, the foremost honours As witk the greater dead he dares not strive, He...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 57

Scotland - 1845
...these noble lines — "But spite of all his pride, a secret shame Invades his heart at Shakspeare's sacred name; Awed when he hears his godlike Romans...same foolish fancy as when he said, in the " Defence oflhe Epilogue," — " But these absurdities which those poets committed, may more properly be called...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 57

England - 1845
...all ha pride, a secret NorWi Specimens of the BrititJt Critics. 153 Invades his heart at Shakspeare's sacred name ; Awed when he hears his godlike Romans...foremost honours yield." Less polished — more unskilled I Here, too, he is possessed with the same foolish fancy as when he said, in the " Defence of the Epilogue,"...
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Specimens of the British Critics

John Wilson - Criticism - 1846 - 344 pages
...these noble lines— " But spite of all his pride, a secret shame Invades his heart at Shakspeare's sacred name; Awed when he hears his godlike Romans rage, He, in a just despair, would quit ihe stage, And to an age less polish'd, more nnskill'd. Does, with disdain, the foremost honours yield."...
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