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" ... such bounty to his friends, such scorn of his enemies, such honour of learned men, such esteem of good, such knowledge of life, such contempt of death, with such fierceness of nature and cruelty of revenge, could never be represented but by him that... "
The Athenaeum: A Magazine of Literary and Miscellaneous Information ... - Page 249
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A History of Classical Scholarship ...: From the revival of learning to the ...

John Edwin Sandys - Classical philology - 1908 - 550 pages
...revenge, could never be represented but by him that possessed them. And I esteem Lucian to have been no more capable of writing than of acting what Phalaris did. In all one writ, you find the scholar or the sophist ; and in all the other, the tyrant and the commander'4. The challenge was partly taken...
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The Battle of the Books

Jonathan Swift - 1908 - 404 pages
...revenge, could never be represented but by him that possessed them, and I esteem L ucian to have been no more capable of writing, than of acting, what Phalaris did. In all one writ you find the scholar or the sophist, and in all the other, the tyrant and the commander. The next to these in time are Herodotus,...
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Critical Essays of the Seventeenth Century ...

Joel Elias Spingarn - Criticism - 1909 - 408 pages
...Revenge, could never be represented but by him that possessed them ; and I esteem Lucian to have been no more Capable of Writing > than of Acting what Phalaris did. In all one Writ you find the Scholar or the Sophist ; and in all the other, the Tyrant and the Commander. The next to these in Time are Herodotus,...
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Critical Essays of the Seventeenth Century, Volume 3

Joel Elias Spingarn - Criticism - 1909 - 678 pages
...represented but by him that possessed them ; and I esteem Lucian to have been no more Capable of Writing 20 than of Acting what Phalaris did. In all one Writ you find the Scholar or the Sophist ; and in all the other, the Tyrant and the Commander. The next to these in Time are Herodotus,...
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Sir William Temple's Essays on Ancient and Modern Learning and on Poetry

William Temple - Learning and scholarship - 1909 - 102 pages
...represented but by him that possessed them ; and I esteem Lucian to have been no more Capable of Writing 20 than of Acting what Phalaris did. In all one Writ you find the Scholar or the Sophist ; and in all the other, the Tyrant and the Commander. The next to these in Time are Herodotus,...
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Sir William Temple's Essays on Ancient and Modern Learning and on Poetry

William Temple - Learning and scholarship - 1909 - 108 pages
...represented but by him that possessed them ; and I esteem Lucian to have been no more Capable of Writing ao than of Acting what Phalaris did. In all one Writ you find the Scholar or the Sophist ; and in all the other, the Tyrant and the Commander. The next to these in Time are Herodotus,...
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Sir William Temple's Essays on Ancient and Modern Learning and on Poetry

William Temple - Learning and scholarship - 1909 - 108 pages
...represented but by him that possessed them; and I esteem Lucian to have been no more Capable of Writing ao than of Acting what Phalaris did. In all one Writ you find the Scholar or the Sophist; and in all the other, the Tyrant and the Commander. The next to these in Time are Herodotus,...
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Critical Essays of the Seventeenth Century

1909 - 384 pages
...represented but by him that possessed them; and I esteem Lucian to have been no more Capable of Writing 20 than of Acting what Phalaris did. In all one Writ you find the Scholar or the Sophist; and in all the other, the Tyrant and the Commander. The next to these in Time are Herodotus,...
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1730-1784

Charles Wells Moulton - American literature - 1910 - 616 pages
...revenge, could never be represented but by him that possessed them; and I esteem Lucian to have been no more capable of writing, than of acting what Phalaris did. In all one writ, you find the scholar or the sophist ; and in all the other, the tyrant and the commander. — TEMPLE, SIR WILLIAM, 1692, Works,...
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English Literature, 1650-1800

John Cooper Mendenhall - English literature - 1940 - 1196 pages
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