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" Review * is quite exhausted, and grown so very contemptible, that though he has provoked all his brothers of the quill round, none of them will enter into controversy with him. This fellow, who had excellent natural parts, but wanted a small foundation... "
The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes, Historical and ... - Página 156
de Jonathan Swift - 1813
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The Present State of Wit in a Letter to a Friend in the Country

John Gay - 1711 - 10 páginas
...contemptible, that though he has provoked all his Brothers of the Quill round, none of them will enter into a controversy with him. This fellow, who had excellent...foundation of learning, is a lively instance of those Wits who, as an ingenious author says, "will endure but one skimming " [!]. The Observator was almost in...
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Selections from the prose writings of Jonathan Swift, with preface and notes ...

Jonathan Swift - 1884 - 284 páginas
..." Steele and Addison were privy to the printing of it." ''As to our weekly papers, the poor Review is quite exhausted, and grown so very contemptible,...foundation of learning, is a lively instance of those wits, who, as an ingenious author says, ' will endure but one skimming.' The Observator was almost in the...
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Selections from the Prose Writings of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift, Stanley Lane-Poole - 1884 - 284 páginas
..." Steele and Addison were privy to the printing of it." '' As to our weekly papers, the poor Review is quite exhausted, and grown so very contemptible,...foundation of learning, is a lively instance of those wits, who, as an ingenious author say;., 'will endure but one skimming.' The Observator was almost in the...
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The Life of Daniel Defoe

Thomas Wright - 1894 - 432 páginas
...times referred. Just before the termination of Defoe's great newspaper, Gay observed, " The poor Review is quite exhausted, and grown so very contemptible...though he has provoked all his brothers of the quill, none will enter into a controversy with him. The fellow, who had excellent natural parts, but wanted...
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Selections from the Prose Writings of Jonathan Swift: With a Preface and Notes

Jonathan Swift, Stanley Lane-Poole - 1896 - 284 páginas
..." Steele and Addison were privy to the printing of it." '* As to our weekly papers, the poor Review is quite exhausted, and grown so very contemptible,...will enter into controversy with him. This fellow, wno had excellent natural parts, but wanted a small foundation of learning, is a lively instance of...
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The Present State of Wit, in a Letter to a Friend in the Country

John Gay - 1711
...original piece is more or less agreeable. As to our Weekly Papers, the poor Review [by DANIEL DEFOE] is quite exhausted, and grown so very contemptible,...Brothers of the Quill round, none of them will enter into a controversy with him. This fellow, who had excellent natural parts, but wanted a small foundation...
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The Collected Works of William Hazlitt: Contributions to the Edinburgh review

William Hazlitt - 1904
...The superficial part of learning.' Gay, in his Present State of fFit (1711), spoke of Defoe as a ' fellow, who had excellent natural parts, but wanted a small foundation of learning.' 376. - Flying to others,' etc. Hamlet, Act in. Sc. 1. MM PAGE 376. ' Why troublesl thou,' etc. Cf....
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The Present State of Wit in a Letter to a Friend in the Country. London, 1711

John Gay - 1711 - 10 páginas
...original piece is more or less agreeable. As to our Weekly Papers, the poor Review [by DANIEL DEFOE] is quite exhausted, and grown so very contemptible,...Brothers of the Quill round, none of them will enter into a controversy with him. This fellow, who had excellent natural parts, but wanted a small foundation...
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1730-1784

Charles Wells Moulton - 1910
...PERCY, 1898, ed., Religious Pamphlets, Introduction, p. 36. THE REVIEW 1704-1713 The poor "Review" is quite exhausted, and grown so very contemptible...though he has provoked all his brothers of the quill, none will enter into a controversy with him. The fellow, who had excellent natural parts, but wanted...
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Lesen und Schreiben im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert: Studien zu ihrer Bewertung ...

Paul Goetsch - 1994 - 298 páginas
...Contemptible, that tho' he has provoked all bis brothers of the Quill round, none of thcin will enter into a Controversy with him. This Fellow, who had excellent...Foundation of Learning, is a lively instance of those Wits, who, äs an Ingenious Author says [Swift, Battlc of the Books, "Preface of the Author"], 'will endure...
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