Letters from an English Traveller in Spain, in 1778: On the Origin and Progress of Poetry in that Kingdom, with Occasional Reflections on Manners and Customs, and Illustrations of the Romance of Don Quixote ...

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R. Baldwin, 1781 - 322 strán (strany)
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Strana 250 - November 1562, was the fon of Felix Vega de Carpio, a gentleman of Madrid, who had the reputation of being a very good poet, a turn which he obferved with rapture in his child from its infancy, and which the fond parent cheriflied with the greateft delight.
Strana 254 - Malta, a<!ded to a lúcrame poft in the apoftolic exchequer, which Lope held to his death, which happened in his feventy-third year, to the great regret of the court, and every learned man in the kingdom. The duke of...
Strana xiii - Such was Roscommon, not more learn'd than good, With manners gen'rous as his noble blood ; To him the wit of Greece and Rome was known, And ev'ry author's merit but his own. Such late was...
Strana 189 - A grifly foaming wolf unfed, Met me unarm'd, yet trembling fled. No beaft of more portentous fize In the Hercinian foreft lies ; None fiercer, in Numidia bred, With Carthage were in triumph led. Set me in the remoteft place, That Neptune's frozen arms embrace ; Where angry Jove did never fpare One breath of kind and temperate air. Set me where on fome pathlefs...
Strana 257 - ... and elegance in his verfe, as the moil laboured pieces of other writers of his time. Such was the contemporary of Sir Philip Sidney...
Strana 255 - When he walked in the streets, he was gazed upon and followed as a prodigy ; he was, moreover, loaded with presents ; and by the rapid sale of his numerous works, soon.
Strana 197 - ... excelente la olímpica porfía de todas las que canta la voz nuestra. Materia abundante, donde todo elegante ingenio alza la voz ora cantando de Rea y de Saturno el engendrado, y juntamente entrando al techo de Hierón alto preciado.
Strana 192 - Coridón el amante de Filis, pastor el uno de cabras, el otro de blancas ovejas, ambos a dos tiernos mozos...
Strana 261 - Mas ninguno de todos llamar puedo :>; mas barbaro que yo, pues contra el arte me atrevo a dar preceptos, y me. dejo llevar de la vulgar corriente, a donde , ?ie llamen ignorante Italia y Francia.
Strana 260 - The actors appear in legions, often feventy at a time, and clofe with numerous proceffions, which is ilill kept up with us, as well as opening graves, and burying the dead, performing the moft awful rites of mortality by way , of amufement, which for my part I muft own makes my heart recoil at the difmal fight ; nor can the moft captivating language of Shakefpeare overcome my feelings at this glaring indecorum. So fenfible was Lope of the...

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