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Książki Książki 110 z 36 na temat ... his starting up in his own form is wonderfully fine, both in the literal description,....
" ... his starting up in his own form is wonderfully fine, both in the literal description, and in the moral which is concealed under it. His answer... "
... Criticism on Milton's Paradise Lost: From 'The Spectator'. 31 December ... - Strona 74
autor: Joseph Addison - 1868 - Liczba stron: 152
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The Spectator. ...

1712
...Eve under the Form of a Toad, in order to produce vain Dreams and Imaginations, is a Circ umftance of the fame Nature ; as his ftarting up in his own...difcovered, and demanded to give an Account of himfelf, is conformable to the Pride and Intrepidity of his Character. KJIOW je not then, /aid Satan, flfd with...
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The Spectator, Tom 4

1738
...defcribed, as perching on the Top of an Oak in the Shape of Vulturs. HIS planting himfelf at the Ear of Eve under the form of a Toad, in order to produce vain...Imaginations, is a Circumftance of the fame nature j as his ftarting up in his own Form is wonderfully fine both in the Literal Defcription, and in the...
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A Familiar explanation of the poetical works of Milton: to which is prefixed ...

William Dodd, Joseph Addison - 1762 - Liczba stron: 144
...defcribed, as perching on the Top of an Oak in the Shape of Vultures. HIS planting himfelf at the Ear of Eve under the Form of a Toad, in order to produce vain...difcovered, and demanded to give an Account of himfelf, is conformable to the Pride and Intrepidity of his Charafter. Knowye not then, faid Satan, flfd witb...
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A Familiar Explanation of the Poetical Works of Milton. To which is Prefixed ...

1762 - Liczba stron: 144
...defcribed, as perching on the Top of an Oak in the Shape of Vultures. HIS planting himfelf at the Ear of Eve under the Form of a Toad, in order to produce vain...which is concealed under it. His Anfwer upon his being dif. covered, and demanded to give an Account of himfelf, is conformable" to the Pride and Intrepidity...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The ..., Część 4

John Milton - 1763
...veilcl. 819. StftarteJup in t>:sanunjhafi tht Ficntt.] His p!aiu\ng himfelf at the ear of Eve tinder the form of a toad, in order to produce vain dreams and imaginations, is a circum ftance that furpril'cs ihe reader ; as his Parting up in his own form is wonderfully line, both...
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The Spectator, Tom 4

1778
...defcribed, as perching on the top of an oak in the fhape of vultures. His planting himfelf at the ear of Eve under the form of a toad, in order to produce vain...imaginations, is a circumftance of the fame nature ; as his Starring up in his own form is wonderfully fine, both in the Hieral defcription, and in the moral which...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. Printed from ...

John Milton - 1795
...Pcrtentat scnsus. 819. So s'.irud up in his man shape tht Fienif] His planting himself at the ear of Eve under the form of a toad, in order to produce vain dreams and imaginations, is a circumstance that, surprises the reader; as his starting up in his own form is wonderfully line, hotli...
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Paradise lost: With notes, selected from Newton and others, to ..., Tomy 1-2

John Milton, Samuel Johnson - 1796
...secrets." Hume. 819. So started up in his own shape the Fiend.] His planting himself at the ear of Eve under the form of a toad, in order to produce vain dreams and imaginations, is a circumstance that surprizes the reader; as his starting up in his own form is wonderfully fine, both...
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The British Essayists: The Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1802
...described as perching on the top of an oak in the shape of vultures. His planting himself at the ear of Eve under the form of a toad, in order to produce vain dreams and imaginations, is a circumstance of the same nature ; as his starting up in his own form is wonderfully fine, both in the...
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Select British Classics, Tom 14

1803
...described, as perching on the lop of an oak in the shape of vultures. His planting himself at the ear of Eve under the form of a toad, in order to produce vain dreams and imaginations, is a circumstance of the same nature ; as his starting up in his own form is wonderfully fine, both in the...
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