The Lives of the Roman Poets: Containing a Critical and Historical Account of Them and Their Writings, with Large Quotations of Their Most Celebrated Passages ... To which is Added a Chronological Table ... Together with an Introduction Concerning the Origin and Progress of Poetry in General; and an Essay on Dramatick Poetry in Particular, Volume 2
W. Innys and R. Manby, 1753
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The Lives of the Roman Poets: Containing a Critical and Historical ..., Volume 1
Visualização integral - 1733
The Lives of the Roman Poets: Containing a Critical and Historical ..., Volume 2
Visualização integral - 1733
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Página 123 - And fill the assembly with a shining train. A way there is in heaven's expanded plain, Which, when the skies are clear, is seen below, And mortals by the name of milky know.
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