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" These be they that, as the first and most noble sort may justly be termed vates, so these are waited on in the excellentest languages and best understandings with the foredescribed name of poets. For these, indeed, do merely make to imitate, and imitate... "
A comment on the Divine comedy of Dante Alighieri - Página 24
por John Taafe (Knight commander of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem]) - 1822 - 499 páginas
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The Defense of Poesy: Otherwise Known as An Apology for Poetry

Sir Philip Sidney - 1890 - 143 páginas
...For these, indeed, do merely make to imitate, and imitate both to delight and teach, and delight 30 to move men to take that goodness in hand, which without...that goodness whereunto they are moved: — which being the noblest scope to which ever any learning was directed, yet want there not idle tongues "...
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English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature, Volume 9

Henry Morley - 1892
...of poets. For these, indeed, do merely make to imitate, and imitate both to delight and teach ; and delight, to move men to take that goodness in hand...know that goodness whereunto they are moved ; which being the noblest scope to which ever any learning was directed, yet want there not idle tongues to...
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English Literary Criticism

Charles Edwyn Vaughan - 1896 - 219 páginas
...name of poets: for these indeed do merely make to imitate: and imitate both to delight and teach: and delight to move men to take that goodness in hand,...know that goodness whereunto they are moved, which being the noblest scope to which ever any learning was directed, yet want there not idle tongues to...
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Introduction to Rhetoric

William B. Cairns - 1899 - 270 páginas
...poets. For these, indeed, do merely make 45 to imitate, and imitate both to delight and teach, and delight to move men to take that goodness in hand,...know that goodness whereunto they are moved ; which being the noblest scope to which ever any learning was directed, yet want y there not idle tongues...
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Universal Classics Library, Volume 8

Oliver Herbrand Gordon Leigh - 1901
...of poets. For these, indeed, do merely make to imitate, and imitate both to delight and teach, and delight to move men to take that goodness in hand,...know that goodness whereunto they are moved ; which being the noblest scope to which ever any learning was directed, yet want there not idle tongues to...
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English Belles-lettres from A.D. 907 to 1834 ...

Oliver Herbrand Gordon Leigh - 1901 - 403 páginas
...of poets. For these, indeed, do merely make to imitate, and imitate both to delight and teach, and delight to move men to take that goodness in hand,...know that goodness whereunto they are moved ; which being the noblest scope to which ever any learning was directed, yet want there not idle tongues to...
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English Belles-lettres: From A. D. 901 to 1834

Oliver Herbrand Gordon Leigh - 1901 - 403 páginas
...of poets. For these, indeed, do merely make to imitate, and imitate both to delight and teach, and delight to move men to take that goodness in hand,...know that goodness whereunto they are moved; which being the noblest scope to which ever any learning was directed, yet want there not idle tongues to...
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Baconiana

1905
...metaphorically a speaking picture, with this end to teach and delight," and instances as right poets " those who move men to take that goodness in hand, which without delight they would fly, as from a stranger." Passing on, he maintains the final end of poetry is: — " to lead and draw us to as high a perfection...
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The English Works of George Herbert: Newly Arranged and Annotated ..., Volume 2

George Herbert - 1905
....Printed tyTho foN/^ THE CHURCH-PORCH c NOTES: 4. Sidney in his Defence of Poesie says that the poets " delight to move men to take that goodness in hand which, without delight, they would fly." Archbishop Leighton quotes from Gregory Nazianzen, TO repirvbv rov KaXov irotov/x.cvoi offi/M KOJ....
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The Defence of Poësie: And Certain Sonnets

Sir Philip Sidney - 1906 - 108 páginas
...name of Poets. For these indeed do meerly make to imitate, and imitate both to delight and teach, and delight to move men to take that goodness in hand, which without delight they would five as from a stranger; and teach to make them know that goodness whereunto they are moved: which...
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