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" ... endearing things without descending from his natural dignity, and the woman receiving them without departing from the modesty of her character ; in a word, to adjust the prerogatives of wisdom and beauty, and make each appear to the other in its proper... "
A Familiar Explanation of the Poetical Works of Milton: To which is Prefixed ... - Side 69
af William Dodd - 1762 - 144 sider
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The Spectator. ...

1712
...without Departing from the Modefty of her Character ; in a Word, to adjuft the Prerogatives of Wifdom and Beauty, and make each appear to the other in its...Lovelinefs. This mutual Subordination of the two Sexes is wonder fully kept up in the whole Poem, as particularly in the Speech of Eve I have beforementioned,...
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The Spectator, Bind 4

1738
...without departing from the Modelly of her Character j in a Word, to adjult the Prerogatives of Wifdom and Beauty, and make each appear to the other in its...Poem, as particularly in the Speech of E<ve I have before mentioned, and upon the Conclufion of it in the following Lines. Sofpake our general Mother,...
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The Spectator: ...

1737
...without departing from the Modefty of her Character ; in a Word, to adjuft the Prerogatives of Wifdom and Beauty, and make each appear to the other in its proper Force It and Lovelinefs. This mutual Subordination of the two y' Sexes is wonderfully kept up in the whole...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The Sixth ...

John Milton - 1763
...without departing from die modefty of her character ; in a word, to adjuft the prerogatives of wifdom and beauty, and make each appear to the other in its proper force and lovelinefs. This mutual fubordination of the two fexes is wonderfully kept up in the whole So far the happier lot, enjoying...
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The Spectator, Bind 4

1778
...without departing from the modefty of her chancier; in a word, to adjuft the prerogatives of wifdom and beauty, and make each appear to the other in its proper force and lovelinefs. This mutual fuboidination of rhe two fexes is wonderfully kept up in the whole poem, as particularly in the ipeech...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. Printed from ...

John Milton - 1795
...departing from the modesty of her character; in a word, to adjust the prerogative? of wisdom and heauty, and make each appear to the other in its proper force and loveliness. This mutual suhordination of the two sexes is wonderfully kept up in the whole poem, as...
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The British Essayists: The Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1802
...without departing from the modesty of her character ; in a word, to adjust the prerogatives of wisdom and beauty, and make each appear to the other in its proper force and loveliness. This mutual subordination of the two sexes is wonderfully kept up in the whole poem, as...
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The Spectator ...

Joseph Addison - 1803
...prerogatives of wisdom and beauty, and make each appear to the other in its proper force and loveliness. This mutual subordination of the two sexes is wonderfully...poem, as particularly in the speech of Eve I have before mentioned, and upon the conclusion of it in the following lines : VOL. IV. B b ' So spake our...
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Select British Classics, Bind 14

1803
...without departing from the modesty of her character : in a word, to adjust the prerogatives of wisdom and beauty, and make each appear to the other in its proper force and loveliness. This mutual subordination of the two sexes is wonderfully kept up in the whole poem, as...
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The works of ... Joseph Addison, collected by mr. Tickell, Bind 2

Joseph Addison - 1804
...without departing from the modesty of her character ; in a word, to adjust the prerogatives of wisdom and beauty, and make each appear to the other in its proper force and loveliness. This mutual subordination of the two sexes is wonderfully kept up in the whole poem, as...
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