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" Though now arraign'd, he read with some delight; Because he seems to chew the cud again, When his broad comment makes the text too plain; And teaches more in one explaining page, Than all the double meanings of the stage. "
Sylvae, Or, The Second Part of Poetical Miscellanies - Page 161
by John Dryden - 1702 - 306 pages
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Fables Antient and Modern: Translated Into Verse from Homer, Ovid, Boccace ...

John Dryden - 1713 - 614 pages
...delight; Becaufe he feems to chew the Cud again, When his braadCpmment makes theText too plain: An4 teaches more in one explaining Page, Than all the double Meanings of the Stage. What needs he Paraphrafe on what we mean ? We were at woril but Wanjon ; he's Obfcene, I, nqr my Fellows, nor my...
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The Miscellaneous Works: Containing All His Original Poems, Tales ..., Volume 3

John Dryden - 1760 - 526 pages
...railing well. The world will think that what we loofely write, Tho now arraign'd, he red with fome delight ; Becaufe he feems to chew the cud again,...explaining page, Than all the double meanings of the ftage. What needs he paraphrafe on what we mean ? We were at worft but wanton ; he's obfcene. I, not...
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The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq: Containing All His Original ...

John Dryden - 1767 - 392 pages
...railing well. The world will think that what we loofely write, Tho' now arraign'd, he read with fome delight ; Becaufe he feems to chew the cud again,...explaining page, Than all the double meanings of the ftage. What needs he parapiirafe on what we mean ? We were at worft but wanton ; he's obfcene. I, not...
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The Works of the English Poets: Dryden

Samuel Johnson - 1779 - 356 pages
...world will think that what we loofely write, Though now arraign'd, he read with Tome delight; Becaiife he feems to chew the cud again, When his broad comment...teaches more in one explaining page, Than all the double-meanings of the ftage. What needs he paraphrafe on what we mean ? We were at word but wanton...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 15

Samuel Johnson - 1779 - 364 pages
...think that what we loofely write, Though now arraign'd, he read with fome delight ; Becaufe he fee:ns to chew the cud again, When his broad comment makes...teaches more in one explaining page, Than all the double-meanings of the ftage. What needs he paraphrafe on what we mean ? We were at worft but wanton...
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Fables ancient and modern, tr. into verse: with original poems, Volume 2

John Dryden - 1771 - 256 pages
...write, Tho' now arraign'd, he read with fome delight; Becaufe he fecms to chew the cud a^ain, •'luii his broad comment makes the text too plain : And teaches...explaining page, Than all the double meanings of the rtaje. Voi. Il. S What needs he paraphrafe on what we mean? We were at worft but wanton ; he's obfeene....
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Volume 20

English poets - 1790 - 352 pages
...railing well. The world will think that what we loofely write, Though now arraign'd, he read with fome delight; Becaufe he feems to chew the cud again, When...teaches more in one explaining page, Than all the double-meanings of the ftage. What needs he paraphrafe on what we mean ? We were at worft but wanton;...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry, Selected for ...

Vicesimus Knox - 1796 - 574 pages
...think that what we loofcly write, Though now arraign 'd, he read with fome delight; BecauTe he fcems to chew the cud again, When his broad comment makes the text to« plain; And teaches more in one explaining page Than all the double-meanings of the ftage. What...
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The works of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland. With prefaces ..., Volume 3

Great Britain - 1804 - 658 pages
...railing well ! The world will think that what we loofly write, Tho' now arraign'd, he read witli fome delight : Becaufe he feems to chew the cud again. When his broad comment makes the text too p!a!n And reaches more in one explaining page, Than all th? double meanings of tfie ftage. What need...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry

Elegant extracts - 1805 - 1054 pages
...railing well. The world will think that what we loofely write. Though now arrang'd,he read with fome delight; Becaufe he feems to chew the cud again, When his broad comment makes the text too plain: And teaching more in one explaining page Than all the double-meanings of the Itage. What needs he paraphrateon...
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