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Strana 270 - Oft expectation fails, and most oft there Where most it promises ; and oft it hits, Where hope is coldest, and despair most sits.
Strana 22 - Shakespeare that from his works may be collected a system of civil and economical prudence ; yet his real power is not shown in the splendour of particular passages, but by the progress of his fable and the tenor of his dialogue ; and he that tries to recommend him by select quotations, will succeed like the pedant in Hierocles, who, when he offered his house to sale, carried a brick in his pocket as a specimen.
Strana xix - ... genius through the shades of age, as the eye surveys the sun through artificial opacity. The great contention of criticism is to find the faults of the moderns and the beauties of the ancients.
Strana 244 - Here we may reign secure: and in my choice. To reign is worth ambition, though in hell ; Better to reign in hell than serve in heaven.
Strana 154 - I FIRST adventure, with fool-hardy might, To tread the steps of perilous despite. I first adventure, follow me who list, And be the second English satirist.
Strana 68 - ENTITLED To the noble and vertuous Gentleman, most worthy of all titles both of learning and chevalrie, MA1STER PHILIP SIDNEY.
Strana xliii - Of a Jew, who would for his Debt have a Pound of the Flesh of a Christian.
Strana xliv - Wonder not (for with thee will I first begin), thou famous gracer of tragedians, that Greene, who hath said with thee like the fool in his heart, "There is no God...
Strana 160 - twixt each drop, he nigardly, As loth to enrich mee, so tells many a lie. More than ten Hollensheads, or Halls, or Stowes, Of triviall houshold trash he knowes ; He knowes When the Queene frown'd, or smil'd, and he knowes what A subtle States-man may gather of that...
Strana 191 - Tis physic, clothing, music, meat, and drink. Gods would have revell'd at their feats of Mirth With this pure distillation of the Earth ; The Marrow of the World, Star of the West, The Pearl whereby this lower Orb is blest ; The Joy of Mortals, Umpire of all Strife, Delight of Nature, Mithridate of Life ; The daintiest dish of a delicious feast, By taking which Man differs from a beast.