Lives of the English Poets Prior: Congreve
Kessinger Publishing, 2004
How, says the critic, can wit be scorned where it is not? Is not this a figure frequently employed in Hibernian land! The person that wants this wit may indeed be scorned, but the scorn shows the honour which the contemner has for wit. Of this remark Pope made the proper use, by correcting the passage.
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