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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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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions, Volume 2

Thomas Humphry Ward - English poetry - 1905
...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...despair would quit the stage ; And to an age less polished, more unskilled, Does with disdain the foremost honours yield. As with the greater dead he...
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English Poems: The restoration and the eighteenth century (1660-1800)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - English poetry - 1908
...shame Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name; Awed when he hears his god-like Romans rage, 15 He, in a just despair, would quit the stage, And to an age less polished, more unskilled, Does with disdain the foremost honours yield. As with the greater dead he...
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English Poems: The restoration and the eighteenth century (1660-1800)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - English poetry - 1908
...shame Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name; Awed when he hears his god-like Romans rage, 15 He, in a just despair, would quit the stage, And to an age less polished, more unskilled, Does with disdain the foremost honours yield. As with the greater dead he...
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The Poetical Works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1909 - 1056 pages
...his; But spite 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 unskilled, Does, with disdain, the foremost honors As with the greater dead he dares not strive, He...
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The Poetical Works of John Dryden

John Dryden - English poetry - 1909 - 1056 pages
...But spite 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 despair, would quit the stage. (Page 77, col. 1, lines 6-16.) In the dedication to the play he makes more explicit his wish, at which...
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The Poetical Works of John Dryden

John Dryden - English poetry - 1909 - 1056 pages
...his pride, a secret shame Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name : Aw'd when he hears hia godlike Romans rage, He, in a just despair, would quit the stage. (Page 77, col. 1, lines 6-16.) In the dedication to the play he makes more explicit his wish, at which...
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All for Love and The Spanish Fryar

John Dryden - English Plays - 1911 - 340 pages
...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 god-like Romans...despair, would quit the stage ; And to an age less polished, more unskilled, Does, with disdain, the foremost honours yield. In the dedication, also,...
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English Drama of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century (1642-1780)

George Henry Nettleton - English drama - 1914 - 366 pages
...his earlier vaunts : But spite of all his pride, a secret shame Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name : Awed when he hears his god-like Romans...despair, would quit the stage ; And to an age less polished, more unskilled, Does, with disdain, the foremost honours yield. Yet Aureng-Zebe has less...
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Types of English Drama, 1660-1780

David Harrison Stevens - English drama - 1923 - 920 pages
...his; But spite of all his pride, a secret shame Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name: 14 NTIDIUS. I bring him news will raise his drooping...spirits, Give him new life. GENTLEMAN. He sees not Cleopa polished, more unskilled, Does, with disdain, the foremost honors yield. As with the greater dead he...
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Shakespeare's Roman Plays and Their Background

Sir Mungo William MacCallum - 1925 - 666 pages
...prologue to Aureng-Zebe. But spite of all his pride, a secret shame Invades his breast at Shakespeare's sacred name : Awed, when he hears his godlike Romans...just despair would quit the stage; And to an age less polished, more unskilled, Does with disdain the foremost honours yield." In the eighteenth century...
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