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" Yet we see thro' all his poetry, where his enthusiasm flames out most, a certain predilection for the legends of chivalry before the fables of Greece. This circumstance, you know, has given offence to the austerer and more mechanical critics. "
Moral and Political Dialogues: With Letters on Chivalry and Romance - Page 263
by Richard Hurd - 1776
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 27

Books - 1763
...which the ftories of Chivalry had now fallen by the immortal fatire of Cervantes. Yet we fee, thro" all his poetry, where his enthufiafm flames out moft,...legends of Chivalry before the fables of Greece.— The conduct then of thefe two Poets may incline us to think with more refpeft than is common, of the...
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Moral and political dialogues: being the substance of several ..., Volume 3

Richard Hurd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1765
...but chiefly perhaps, the difcredit into which the ftories of chivalry had now fallen by the immortal fatire of CERVANTES. Yet we fee through all his poetry, where his enthufiafm flames out moft, a certain predileftion for the legends of chivalry before the fables of Greece. THIS circumftance, you know,...
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Moral and Political Dialogues: With Letters on Chivalry and Romance: by the ...

Richard Hurd - Ethics - 1776
...but chiefly perhaps, the difcredit into which the ftories of Chivalry had now fallen by the immortal fatire of CERVANTES. Yet we fee through all his poetry,...the legends of Chivalry before the fables of Greece. i ./ . . '. i THIS circumftance, you know, has given offence to the aufterer and more mechanical critics....
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The works of Richard Hurd, Volume 4

Richard Hurd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1811
...immortal satire' of CERVANTES. Yet we see tfirough all his poetry, where his enthusiasm flames out most, a certain predilection for the legends of Chivalry before the fables of Greece. .< This ^circumstance, you know, has given LETTER offence to the austerer and more mechanical critics. They...
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The Works of Richard Hurd, Lord Bishop of Worcester: Moral and political ...

Richard Hurd - Theology, Doctrinal - 1811
...immortal satire of CERVANTES. Yet we see through all his poetry, where his enthusiasm flames out most, a certain predilection for the legends of Chivalry before the fables of Greece. This circumstance, you know, has given LETTER offence to the austerer and more mechanical critics. They...
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A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century

Henry Augustin Beers - English literature - 1898 - 455 pages
...immortal satire of Cervantes. Yet we see through all his poetry, where his enthusiasm flames out most, a certain predilection for the legends of chivalry before the fables of Greece." Hurd says that, if the " Faerie Queene " be regarded as a Gothic poem, it will be seen to have true...
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Hurd's Letters on Chivalry and Romance: With the Third Elizabethan Dialogue

Richard Hurd - Chivalry - 1911 - 176 pages
...immortal satire of Cervantes. Yet we see thro' all his poetry, where his *"* enthusiasm flames out most, a certain predilection for the legends of chivalry before the fables of Greece. ^' This circumstance, you know, has given offence to the austerer and more mechanical critics. They are ready...
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John Milton: 1732-1801

John T. Shawcross - Reference - 1995 - 452 pages
...immortal satire of Cervantes. Yet we see thro' all his poetry, where his enthusiasm flames out most, a certain predilection for the legends of chivalry before the fables of Greece. This circumstance, you know, has given offence to the austerer and more mechanical critics. They are ready...
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Gothic Documents: A Sourcebook 1700-1820

Emma Clery, Robert Miles - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 306 pages
...immortal satire of Cervantes. Yet we see thro' all his poetry, where his enthusiasm flames out most, a certain predilection for the legends of chivalry before the fables of Greece. This circumstance, you know, has given offence to the austerer and more mechanical critics. They are ready...
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Spenser's Faerie Queene: Letters on chivalry and romance

Thomas Warton - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 130 pages
...which the ftories of chivalry had now fallen by the immortal fatire of Cervantes. Yet we fee thro' all his poetry, where his enthufiafm flames out moft,...aufterer and more mechanical critics. They are ready to cenfufe his judgment, as juvenile and unformed, when they fee him fo delighted, ed, on ail occafions,...
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