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" Mscenases, who patronise poets and philosophers, from the association with whom they expect to derive distinction. For gentle dulness they have a peculiar predilection — from sympathy, I suppose ; a fellow-feeling being said to make men wondrous kind.... "
The victims of society - Strona 166
autor: Marguerite Gardiner (countess of Blessington.) - 1837
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The Victims of Society, Tom 2

Marguerite Countess of Blessington - 1837
...ostentatious hospitalities, those that form the aristocracy of genius ; for they imagine themselves modern Maecenases, who patronise poets and philosophers,...pretensions to literary taste have their tame poets and petit '.? litterateurs, who run about as docile, and more parasitical, than lapdogs ; and, like...
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The Monthly Review

1837
...hospitalities, those that form the aristocracy of genius ; for they imagine themselves modern Mscenases, who patronise poets and philosophers, from the association...pretensions to literary taste have their tame poets and petits litterateurs, who run about as docile, and more parasitical, than lap-dogs; and, like them,...
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the literary life and correspondence of the countless of blessington

r.r. madden, m.r.i.a. - 1855
...who patronize poets and philosophers, from association with whom, they expect to derive distinction A few of the houses, with the most pretensions to literary taste, have their tame poets and petits litterateurs, who run about as docile and more parasitical than lap-dogs ; and like them,...
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The Literary Life and Correspondence of the Countess of Blessington, Tom 1

Richard Robert Madden - 1855 - Liczba stron: 491
...who patronize poets and philosophers, from association with whom, they expect to derive distinction A few of the houses, with the most pretensions to literary taste, have their tame poets and petits litterateurs, who run about as docile and more parasitical than lap-dogs ; and like them,...
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The Eclectic Review

1855
...from association with whom they expect to derive distinction, her ladyship candidly writes : — ' A few of the houses, with the most pretensions to literary taste, have their tame poets nndpeti/s litterateurs, who run about as docile and more parasitical than lap-dogs ; and like them,...
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