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" I marvel nothing so much as that men will gird themselves at discovering obscure beauties in an author. Certes the greatest and most pregnant beauties are ever the plainest and most evidently striking ; and when two meanings of a passage can in the least... "
The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: With an Essay on His Life and Genius - Página 377
por Henry Fielding - 1871
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A Journey from this World to the Next, &c

Henry Fielding - 1834 - 47 páginas
...of his plays coming out, which he hoped would satisfy every one ; concluding, I marvel at nothing so much as that men will gird themselves at discovering...most pregnant beauties are ever the plainest and most evidently striking ; and when two meanings of a passage can in the least balance our judgments which...
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Synonymisches Handwörterbuch der englischen Sprache für die Deutschen

1841 - 448 páginas
...livery dims the air, And dies in darkness, like despair. (jy. Scott's Rokeby.) I marvel at nothing so much as that men will gird themselves at discovering obscure beauties in an author, answered Shakspeare; certes the greatest and most pregnant beauties are ever the plainest and most...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: Othello. [c1886

William Shakespeare - 1886
...of his Plays coming out, which he hoped would satisfy every one ; Concluding, ' I marvel nothing so much, as that Men will gird themselves at discovering...Meanings of a Passage can in the least balance our Judgements which to prefer, I hold it matter of unquestionable Certainty that neither of them are \sic\...
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The Lusiads, tr. into Engl. verse by J.J. Aubertin, Volume 1

Luis Vaz de Camoens - 1878
...Fielding introduces in his ' Journey from this World to the Next.' ' Certes ' (says Shakspeare at last), 'the greatest and most pregnant beauties are ever the plainest and most evidently striking ; and when two meanings to a passage can in the least balance our judgment, which...
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The advertisers' guardian, or, the truth about advertising, Edição 2

1885
...to another ambiguity said to occur in a beautiful passage, he thus replied — " I marvel nothing so much as that men will gird themselves at discovering...most pregnant beauties are ever the plainest and most evidently striking ; and when two meanings of a passage can in the least balance our judgments which...
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Fielding

Austin Dobson - 1883 - 184 páginas
...enlighten Betterton and Booth as to a disputed passage in his works, adding, " I marvel nothing so much as that Men will gird themselves at discovering...most pregnant Beauties are ever the plainest and most evidently striking; and when two Meanings of a Passage can in the least ballance our Judgements which...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: Othello. [c1886

William Shakespeare - 1886
...of his Plays coming out, which he hoped would satisfy every one ; Concluding, ' I marvel nothing so much, as that Men will gird themselves at discovering...Meanings of a Passage can in the least balance our Judgements which to prefer, I hold it matter of unquestionable Certainty that neither of them are [sic]...
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Othello, Volume 3

William Shakespeare - 1886 - 471 páginas
...of his Plays coming out, which he hoped would satisfy every one ; Concluding, ' I marvel nothing so much, as that Men will gird themselves at discovering...and, when two Meanings of a Passage can in the least bal anee our Judgements which to prefer, I hold it matter of unquestionable Certainty that neither...
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Othello

William Shakespeare - 1886 - 471 páginas
...Ills Plays coming out, which lie hoped would satisfy every one ; Concluding, ' I marvel nothing so much, as that Men will gird themselves at discovering...author. Certes, the greatest and most pregnant Beauties arc ever the plainest and most striking; and, when two Meanings of a Passage can in the least balance...
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The Works of Henry Fielding: Miscellanies. 1893

Henry Fielding - 1893
...of his plays coming out, which he hoped would satisfy every one: concluding, " I marvel nothing so much as that men will gird themselves at discovering...most pregnant beauties are ever the plainest and most evidently striking ; and when two meanings of a passage can in the least ballance our judgments which...
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