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" ... with the characters and actions of such persons as have, many of them, no existence but what he bestows on them. Such are fairies, witches, magicians, demons, and departed spirits. This Mr. Dryden calls "the fairy way of writing... "
The Falls of Clyde: Or, The Fairies; a Scotish Dramatic Pastoral, in Five ... - Side 5
af John Black - 1806 - 241 sider
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The SPECTATOR No.395, Tuesday, June 3, 1712 to No.473, Tuesday, Sept 2, 1712 ...

AUSTIN DOBSON - 1898
...Spirits, This Mr, Dryden calls the Patty Way of Writing, which is, indeed, more difficult than any other that depends on the Poet's Fancy, because he has no...and must work altogether out of his own Invention, There is a very odd turn of Thought required for this sort of Writing, and it is impossible for a Poet...
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A History of English Critical Terms

Jeremiah Wesley Bray - 1898 - 345 sider
...demons, and departed spirits. This way of writing is more difficult than any other, since the poet has no pattern to follow in it, and must work altogether out of his own invention. 1712. ADDISON, III., p. 422." In dreams invention-works with that ease and activity that we are not...
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Manual of Composition and Rhetoric

John Hays Gardiner, George Lyman Kittredge, Sarah Louise Arnold - 1907 - 500 sider
...This Mr. Dryden calls " the fairy way of writing," which is, indeed, more difficult than any other that depends on the poet's fancy, because he has no...follow in it, and must work altogether out of his own imagination. — ADDISON. 3. Ancient traditions, when tested by the severe processes of modern investigation,...
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Readings in English Prose of the Eighteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1911 - 724 sider
...spirits. This Mr. Dryden calls "the fairy way of writing," which is indeed more difficult than any other that depends on the poet's fancy, because he has no...and must work altogether out of his own invention. There is a very odd turn of thought required for this sort of writing, and it is impossible for a poet...
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Readings in English Prose of the Eighteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1911 - 724 sider
...spirits. This Mr. Dryden calls " the fairy way of writing," which is indeed more difficult than any other that depends on the poet's fancy, because he has no...and must work altogether out of his own invention. There is a very odd turn of thought required for this sort of writing, and it is impossible for a poet...
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The Theory of Poetry in England: Its Development in Doctrines and Ideas from ...

Richard Pape Cowl - 1914 - 319 sider
...spirits. This Mr. Dryden calls the fairy way of writing, which is, indeed, more difficult than any other that depends on the poet's fancy, because he has no...and must work altogether out of his own invention. it, who has not a particular cast of fancy, and an imagination naturally fruitful and superstitious....
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Edward Young's "Conjectures on Original Composition"

Edward Young - 1917 - 127 sider
...spirits. This Mr. Dryden calls the fairy way of writing, which is, indeed, more difficult than any other that depends on the poet's fancy, because he has no...and must work altogether out of his own invention. There is a very odd turn of thought required for this sort of writing, and it is impossible for a poet...
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The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition

Meyer Howard Abrams - 1971 - 406 sider
...them.' Far from being contemptible, such writing is more difficult than any other because the poet 'has no pattern to follow in it, and must work altogether out of his own invention.' And the world of spirits and chimeras which Sprat had proscribed as 'a false world,' in opposition...
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Gothic Documents: A Sourcebook 1700-1820

Emma Clery, Robert Miles - 2000 - 306 sider
...Spirits. This Mr. Dryden calls the Fairie way of Writing, which is, indeed, more difficult that any other that depends on the Poet's Fancy, because he has no...and must work altogether out of his own Invention. There is a very odd turn of Thought required for this sort of Writing, and it is impossible for a Poet...
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Fairies in Nineteenth-Century Art and Literature

Nicola Bown - 2001 - 235 sider
...Spirits. This Mr Dryden calls the Fairy \Vay oj \\"riting, which is, indeed, more diff1cult than any other that depends on the Poet's fancy, because he has no...follow in it, and must work altogether out of his own invention.3 The kind of imagination, or fancy, which is able to conjure up fairies is, in contrast...
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