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... I have sought this row xaXov Idiav, this perfect model of the beautiful in all the
forms and appearances of things' . . . Was there not a fitness in the undertaking of
such a person -1 to write a poem on the subject of Adam, the INTRODUCTION.
to write a poem on the subject of Adam, the first man By , his sympathy with all
nature ; by the proportion of his powers ; by great knowledge, and by religion, he
would reascend to the height from which our nature is supposed to have ...
Adam. 376. Advise. Possibly = consider. 379. Pleaded. What form is sometimes
ignorantly substituted for this ? 384. Mingle. As if a translation of the Lat. miscere.
An example is Juv. 2 : 25. 387. States. Persons representing a body politic.
125 Worst of my sorrows this, that, wrought of earth, Adam shall sit in bliss on my
strong throne, Whilst we these pangs endure, this grief in Hell. Woe ! Woe ! had I
the power of my hands, And for a season, for one winter's space, 130 Might be ...
Therefore intent Must be our thought that, if we ever may, 160 On Adam and his
offspring we may wreak Revenge, and, if we can devise a way, Pervert His will. I
trust no more the light Which he thinks long to enjoy with angel power. Bliss we ...
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