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" It is certainly the best ingredient toward that kind of satire which is most useful, and gives the least offence ; which, instead of lashing, laughs men out of their follies and vices ; and is the character that gives Horace the preference to Juvenal. "
The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin - Página 19
de Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1755
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The Intelligencer ...

Jonathan Swift - 1729 - 217 páginas
...Offence ; which inftead of laming, laughs Men out of their Follies, and Vices, and is the Charadrer which gives Horace the Preference to Juvenal. AND although...of them are certainly not, fince it is allowed that Corruption in Religion, Politicks, and Law, may be proper Topicks for this Kind of Satyr. THERE are...
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The Intelligencer ...

Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan - 1729 - 217 páginas
...; which inftead of lafliing, laughs Men out of their Follies, and Vices, and is the Charader which gives Horace the Preference to Juvenal. AND although fome Things are too ferious, folemn, or facrcd to be turned into Ridicule, yet the Abufcs of them are certainly not, fince it is allowed that...
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The Intelligencer

1730 - 268 páginas
...Offence ; which inftead of laming, laughs Men out of their Follies and Vices, and is the Character which gives Horace the Preference to Juvenal. AND although fome Things are too ferious, folemn, or flicred to be turned into Ridicule, yet the Abufes of them are certainly not, fince it is allowed that...
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The Works of J. S. ..

Jonathan Swift - 1735
...Offence ; which, inftead of lafhing, laughs Men out of their Follies, and Vices ; and is the Charaftet that gives Horace the Preference to Juvenal. AND^ although fome Things are too ferious, fblemn, or facred to be turned into Ridicule, yet the Abufes of them are certainly not ; finceit is...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, Volume 1

Jonathan Swift - 1742
...that Kind of Satyr, •which is moft »feful, and gives the leaft Offence j which, inftead of lafhing, laughs Men out of their Follies, and Vices •, and...that Corruptions in Religion, Politicks, and Law, may be proper Topicks for this Kind of Satyr. TH ERE are two Ends that Men propoie in writing Satyr...
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The Works of D. Jonathan Swift: In Nine Volumes, Volume 1

1752
...Kind of Satyr, which is moil ufeful, and gives the leaft Offence ; which, inftead of ladling, laugheth Men out of their Follies, and Vices ; and is the Character that giveth Horace the Preference to Juvenal. AND, although fome Things are too ferious, folemn or facred...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ...

Jonathan Swift - 1757
...follies and vices ; and is the charafter, that: gives Horace the preference to Juvenal. AND,, altho' fome things are too ferious, folemn, or; facred to...fince it is allowed that corruptions in religion, politics, and law, may be proper topics- for this kind of iatire. THERE are twoiends, that men propofe...
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The Works ...: With the Author's Life and Character, Notes [etc ..., Volume 3

Jonathan Swift - 1761
...ftars, or what fituation of the climate, this endowment is beftowed upon mankind, may be a queftion fit for philofophers to difcufs. It is certainly the...And although fome things are too ferious, folemn, or facted to be turned into ridicule, yet the abufes of them are certainly not ; fince it is allowed that...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ..., Volume 11

Jonathan Swift, Alexander Pope, John Hawkesworth - 1775
...that kind of fatire, which is moft ufeful, and gives the leaft oifence ; which,, inftead of lammg, laughs men out of their follies and vices ; and is the character, that gives tttract tlie preference to Juvenal. And, And, although fome things are too ferious, folemn, or facred...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 11

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth, Deane Swift - 1768
...kind of fatire, which is mofl ufeful and gives the leaft offence : which, inftead o * * of lafhing, laughs men out of their follies and vices ; and is the character that gives Horace the preference to Ju~ vznal. And, although fome things are too ferious, folemn, or (acred, to be turned into ridicule,...
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