Lives of the English Poets: Addison, Savage [and] Swift
Cassell, Limited, 1901 - 192 pages
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able acquaintance Addison advantage afterwards allowed appeared attention believe called Cato character conduct considered continued conversation criticism death desire discovered easily effect elegance employed endeavoured equal expected favour force formed fortune frequently friends gave genius give given hand hopes human imagined interest Italy kindness known least less letter lines lived longer Lord manner means mentioned mind mother nature necessary neglect never obliged observed obtained occasion once opinion pass passion performance perhaps person pleasing pleasure poem poet political Pope pounds praise probably produced promise proposed published queen reader reason received regard remarkable resentment resolution returned Savage says seems sent short solicited sometimes soon Steele studies success suffered sufficient supported supposed Swift thought told treated virtue whole write written wrote