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" The plan of Paradise Lost has this inconvenience, that it comprises neither human actions nor human manners. The man and woman who act and suffer, are in a state which no other man or woman can ever know. "
The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: With Murphy's Essay - 第 274 頁
Samuel Johnson 著 - 1825
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Annual Register, 第 22 卷

1802
...and fuffer, are in a (late which no other man or woman can ever know. The reader finds no tranfaclion in which he can be engaged; beholds no condition in which he can by any effort of imagination place himfelf ; he has, therefore, little natural curiofity or fympathy. We all, indeed, feel the erTeils...
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Charaktere der vornehmsten Dichter aller Nationen: nebst kritischen ..., 第 7 卷

Johann Gottfried Dyck, Georg Schaz - 1803
...comprifes neither human actions nor human manners. The man and woman who act and fuffer, are in a (late which no. other man or woman can ever know. The reader...in which he can by any effort of imagination place himfelf; he has, therefore, little natural curiofuy or Sympathy. / • tie bAeuíungélofe Sieinfjeit...
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The works of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland. With prefaces ..., 第 1 卷

Great Britain - 1804
...of Paradise Lea has this inconvenience, that it comprises neither human actions nor human manners. The man and woman who act and suffer, are in a state...ever know. The reader finds no transaction in which hecan be engaged ; beholds no condition in which he can by any effort of imagination place himself;...
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The Lives of the Most Celebrated English Poets, with Criticisms. Extracted ...

Samuel Johnson - 1805 - 312 頁
...Paradise Lost" has this inconvenience, that it comprises neither human actions, nor human manners. The man and woman, who act and suffer, are in a state...engaged; beholds no condition in which he can by any etiort of imagination place himself; he has, therefore, little natural curiosity or sympathy. " In...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, 第 10 卷

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...comprises neither human actions nor human manners. The man and woman who act and suffer are in a itate which no other man or woman can ever know. The reader...natural curiosity or sympathy. We all, indeed, feel the effects of Adam's disobedience ; we all sin like Adam, and like him must all bewail our offences ;...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, 第 9 卷

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...tranfaction in which he ^'Biit, lays Dr. Wartpn/it has throughout a reference to bmnaB life and adtious. C. can be engaged ; beholds no condition in which he can by any effort of imagination place himfelf ; he has, therefore, little natural curiofity or fympathy. We all, indeed, feel the effe&s...
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The poetical works of John Milton, with the life of the author by S ..., 第 1-2 卷

John Milton - 1807
..."oman can ever know. The reader finds no transiction in which he can be engaged; beholds no ;ondition in which he can by any effort of imagination place himself ; he has, therefore, little natural tJiinsity or sympathy. We all, indeed, feel the effects of Adam's disobedience : we all sin like Adam,...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton,: With Notes of Various Authors. To which ...

John Milton, Henry John Todd - 1809
...and fufFer, are in a ftate which no other man or woman can ever know. The reader finds no tranfaftion in which he can be engaged; beholds no condition in which he can by any effort of imagination place himfelf ; he has, therefore, little natural curiofity or fympathy. We all, indeed, feel the effefts...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, 第 9 卷

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...of Paradise Lost has this inconvenience, that it comprises neither human actions nor human manners*. The man and woman who act and suffer are in a state...know. The reader finds no transaction in which he * But, says Dr. Warton, it has throughout a reference to human life and actions. C. can be engaged...
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Cowley, Denham, Milton

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...Paradise Lost has this inconTenicnce, that it comprises neither In.. man actions nor human manners * ' . The man and woman who act and suffer are in a state...can ever know. The reader finds no transaction in « liicli he can be engaged ; beholds no condition in which he can by any effort of imagination place...
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