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" The Critical Reviewers, I believe, often review without reading the books through ; but lay hold of a topick, and write chiefly from their own minds. The Monthly Reviewers are duller men, and are glad to read the books through. "
The life of Samuel Johnson ... including A journal of a tour to the Hebrides ... - Página 309
por James Boswell - 1831
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Early Reviews of English Poets

John Louis Haney - 1904 - 227 páginas
...establishments. The Critical Reviewers are for supporting the constitution both in church and state. The Critical Reviewers, I believe, often review without...duller men and are glad to read the books through." Goldsmith's successor on the Monthly staff was the notorious libeller and " superlative scoundrel,"...
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The Dial, Volumes 40-41

Francis Fisher Browne - 1906 - 904 páginas
...PERCY F. BICKNELL. THEORIES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORY.» " The Critical Reviewers," says Dr. Johnson, " often review without reading the books through, but lay hold of a topic and write chiefly from their own minds. The monthly reviewers are duller men and are glad to...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson: March 19, 1776-Dec. 13, 1784

James Boswell - 1907 - 634 páginas
...; but lay hold of a topic, and write chiefly from their own minds. The Monthly Reviewers are dnBff men, and are glad to read the books through." He talked of Lord Lyttelton's extreme anxiety as an author ; observing that "be was thirty years in preparing his " History," and that he employed a man...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson: Including A Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

James Boswell - 1852
...Critical Reviewers, I believe, ~often review without reading the books through ; but lay hold of a topic, and write chiefly from their own minds. The Monthly...duller men, and are glad to read the books through." regard to that sacred principle of truth to which Dr. Johnson so rigidly adhered, according to the...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson ...: Together with a Journal of a Tour ..., Volume 2

James Boswell - 1910
...establishments. The Critical Reviewers are for supporting the constitution, both in church and state. The Critical Reviewers, I believe, often review without...History, and that he employed a man to point it for him,1 as if (laughing) another man could point his sense better than himself." Mr. Murphy said, he...
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A History of English Poetry, Volume 6

William John Courthope - 1910
...establishments. The Critical Reviewers are for supporting the Constitution both in Church and State. The Critical Reviewers, I believe, often review without reading the books through ; but lay hold of a topic, and write chiefly from their own minds. The Monthly Reviewers are duller men, and are glad to...
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Contemporary Opinion of Rousseau in English Periodicals

Mary Lynch Johnson - 1922 - 54 páginas
...Monthly Review was done with the most care; the Critical upon the best principles. Later, he said, "The Critical reviewers, I believe, often review without...Monthly reviewers are duller men, and are glad to be able to read the books through." — Boswell's Life of Samuel Johnson, Birkbeck-HiH ed., vol. 2,...
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Contemporary Criticisms of Dr. Samuel Johnson, His Works, and His Biographers

John Ker Spittal - 1923 - 412 páginas
...establishments. The Critical Reviewers are for supporting the constitution both in church and state. The Critical Reviewers, I believe, often review without...duller men, and are glad to read the books through." This collection, which has, I think, been unduly overlooked, is for the first time brought together...
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The Newspaper and the Historian

Lucy Maynard Salmon - 1923 - 566 páginas
...Personal Recollections, p. 136. "The critical Reviewers, I believe, often review without reading the book through; but lay hold of a topick, and write chiefly...duller men, and are glad to read the books through." — S. Johnson, Boswell's Life, II, 24 (Everyman's Library). The charge that reviewers do not read...
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The South Atlantic Quarterly, Volume 24

John Spencer Bassett, Edwin Mims, William Henry Glasson, William Preston Few, William Kenneth Boyd, William Hane Wannamaker - 1925 - 464 páginas
...opposition, and more important because edited by Smollett] upon the best principles," and again that "the Critical Reviewers, I believe, often review without reading the books through; but lay hold of a topic and write chiefly from their own minds. The Monthly Reviewers are duller men, and are glad to...
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