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" To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Spenser can incur no reproach, for allegory is perhaps one of the most pleasing vehicles of instruction. But I am very far from extending the same respect to his diction or his stanza. His style was in his own... "
The British Essayists; with Prefaces, Historical and Biographical,: The Rambler - Strona 104
1811
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Select British Classics, Tom 7

1803
...therefore deserves to be more attentively considered. To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Spenser can incur no reproach ; for allegory is perhaps one...am very far from extending the same respect to his die.tion or his stanza. His style was in his own time allowed to be vicious, so darkened with old words...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...therefore deserves to be more attentively considered. To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Spenser can incur no reproach, for allegory is perhaps one...with old words and peculiarities of phrase, and so remo-ta from common use, that Johnson boldly pronounces him to hnre •Britten no language. His stanza...
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The rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...therefore deserves to be more attentively considered. To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Spenser can incur no reproach, for allegory is perhaps one...stanza. His style was in his own time allowed to be vitious, so darkened with old words and peculiarities of phrase, and so remote from common use, that...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, Tom 5

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...therefore deserves to be more attentively considered. To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Spenser can incur no reproach, for allegory is perhaps one...stanza. His style was in his own time allowed to be vitious, so darkened with old words and peculiarities of phrase, and so remote from common use, that...
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]. [Another], Tom 2

1810
...theretore deserves to be more attentively considered. To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Sfrenser can incur no reproach, for allegory is perhaps one...stanza. His style was in his own time allowed to be vitious, so darkened with old words and peculiarities of phrase, and so remote from common use, that...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, Tom 5

Samuel Johnson - 1816
...deserves to be more attentively considered. *• To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Spenser can incur no reproach, for allegory is perhaps one...peculiarities 'of phrase, and so remote from common use, that Jonson boldly pronounces him to have written no language. His stanza is at once difficult and unpleasing...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1820
...therefore deserves to be more attentively considered. To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Spenser can incur no reproach, for allegory is perhaps one...peculiarities of phrase, and so remote from common use, that Jonson boldly pronounces him " to have written no language." His stanza is at once difficult and unpleasing...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson - 1820
...instruction. But I am t^_M,--•,--**.* - •wMrfw.SS*w»w-*-*"*--.*••»*-* ^WW********-*!*• very far from extending the same respect to his diction...stanza. His style was in his own time allowed to be vitious, so darkened with old words and peculiarities of phrase, and so remote from common use, that...
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The British essayists, with prefaces by A. Chalmers, Tomy 17-18

British essayists - 1823
...therefore deserves to be more attentively considered. To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Spenser can incur no reproach, for allegory is perhaps one...peculiarities of phrase, and so remote from common use, that Jonson boldly pronounces him to have written no language. His stanza is at once difficult and unpleasing...
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Continuation of the Rambler

Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1823
...therefore deserves to be more attentively considered. To imitate the fictions and sentiments of Spenser can incur no reproach, for allegory is perhaps one...peculiarities of phrase, and so remote from common use, that Jonson boldly pronounces him to have written no language. His stanza is at once difficult and unpleasing...
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