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appear arms bear bend beneath better bold break breast charms cheerful claim cries crowd dare death divine dread earth ease EPISTLE equal fair fame fate fear feast field fierce fire flowing fond fortune give gods gold hand happy hath head hear heart honors Horace hour indulgence inspire Jove kind less lies light live madness Mæcenas mean mind Muse never night o'er plain pleasure poet poor praise present pride prove pursue race rage raise rich rise Roman Rome round sacred SATIRE seas shine sing slave soul sound spirit spread strain sure taste tear tell thee thine thou thro TIRESIAS toil translation various verse VIRGINS virtue waves wealth winds wine wise wretch write yield youth
451 ページ - A youth who hopes th' Olympic prize to gain, All arts must try, and every toil sustain ; Th' extremes of heat and cold must often prove. And shun the weakening joys of wine and love.
72 ページ - AMONG many parallels which men of imagination have drawn between the natural and moral state of the world, it has been observed that happiness, as well as virtue, consists in mediocrity; that to avoid every extreme is necessary, even to him...
379 ページ - Then cease complaining, friend, and learn to live. He is not poor to whom kind fortune grants, Even with a frugal hand, what Nature wants," he is not poor, he is not in need.
336 ページ - Who then is free ? The wise, who well maintains An empire o'er himself: whom neither chains, Nor want, nor death, with slavish fear inspire; Who boldly answers to his warm desire ; Who can ambition's vainest gifts despise; Firm in himself who on himself relies ; Polish'd and round who runs his proper course, And breaks misfortune with superior force.
296 ページ - One error fools us, though we various stray, Some to the left, and some to t'other side. FRANCIS. It is common among all the classes of mankind, to charge each other with trifling away life: every man looks on the occupation or amusement of his neighbour, as something below the dignity of our nature, and unworthy...
444 ページ - As all might hope to imitate with ease ; Yet while they strive the same success to gain. Should find their labour and their hopes are vain".
450 ページ - Poems like pictures are: some charm when nigh, Others at distance more delight your eye ; That loves the shade, this tempts a stronger light, And challenges the critic's piercing sight: That gives us pleasure for a single view; Aud this, ten times repeated, still is new.
32 ページ - Love and the nymph shall charm my toils, The nymph, who sweetly speaks and sweetly smiles.
448 ページ - Keep Nature's great original in view, And thence the living images pursue. FRANCIS. MY friend Sir Roger de Coverley, when we last met together at the club, told me that he had a great mind to see the new tragedy * with me, assuring me, at the same time, that he had not been at a play these twenty years.