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" We are seldom tiresome to ourselves ; and the act of composition fills and delights the mind with change of language and succession of images ; every couplet when produced is new, and novelty is the great source of pleasure. Perhaps no man ever thought... "
The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series ... - עמוד 113
מאת Samuel Johnson - 1810 - 640 דפים
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1853
...author is least able to discover. We are seldom tiresome to ourselves ; and the act of composition fills and delights the mind with change of language and...work till his ebullitions of invention had subsided.' This admirable passage is worthy the serious attention of every writer of a long poem. The nature of...
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English grammar and composition

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1853
...ourselves ; and the act of composition fills and delights the mind with change of language and suecession of images ; every couplet when produced is new ; and...when he first wrote it, or contracted his work till lus ebullitions of invention had subsided.' VI. PERSPICUITY. 431. Perspicuity, or clearness of arrangement,...
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Tait's Edinburgh magazine, כרך 20

1853
...author is least able to discover. We are seldom tiresome to ourselves ; and the act of composition fills and delights the mind with change of language and...succession of images ; every couplet when produced is new ; anil novelty is the great source of pleasure. Perhaps no man ever thought a line superfluous when...
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Elements of Rhetoric: Comprising an Analysis of the Laws of Moral Evidence ...

Richard Whately - 1855 - 545 דפים
...author is least able to discover. We are seldom tiresome to ourselves ; and the act of composition fills and delights the mind with change of language and...work till his ebullitions of invention had subsided." strikingly than the defects, of the writer. Few could be found in the works of Johnson, and still fewer...
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Elements of Rhetoric Comprising an Analysis of the Laws of Moral Evidence ...

Richard Whately - 1855
...able to discover. We are seldom tiresome to ourselves ; and the act of composition fills and delighls the mind with change of language and succession of...novelty is the great source of pleasure. Perhaps no rnan ever thought a line superfluous when he first wrote it ; or contracted his work till his ebullitions...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

1863
...Johnson, has said, and that truly, "We are seldom tiresome to ourselves, and the act of composition fills and delights the mind with change of language and succession of images ; етегу couplet when produced is new, and novelty is the great source of pleasure. Perhaps no...
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Elements of Rhetoric: Comprising an Analysis of the Laws of Moral Evidence ...

Richard Whately - 1865 - 545 דפים
...author is least able to discover. We are seldom tiresome to ourselves ; and the act of composjtion fills and delights the mind with change o'f language and...wrote it; or contracted his work till his ebullitions oi invention had subsided." It would not have been just to the author, nor even so suitable to the...
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Elements of Rhetoric: Comprising an Analysis of the Laws of Moral Evidence ...

Richard Whately - 1871 - 551 דפים
...author is least able to discover. We are seldom tiresome to ourselves ; and the act of composition fills and delights the mind with change of language and...work till his ebullitions of invention had subsided." strikingly than the defects, of the writer. Fe-v could be found in the works of Johnson, and still...
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The Rudiments of English Grammar and Analysis

Ernest Adams - 1871 - 114 דפים
...had drawn together. I have a rich neighbour that is always so busy that he hath no leisure to laugh. Perhaps no man ever thought a line superfluous, when he first wrote it. There was always a carrion crow's nest there, in a clump of high Scotch piues, till the rooks got possession...
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General Rules for Punctuation and for the Use of Capital Letters

Adams Sherman Hill - 1875 - 19 דפים
...them up again and again. (b) We are seldom tiresome to ourselves ; and the act of composition nils and delights the mind with change of language and...new ; and novelty is the great source of pleasure. (u) The two qualities, however, are by no means undistinguishable : a metaphor, for instance, may be...
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