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" The style of Dante is, if not his highest, perhaps his most peculiar excellence. I know nothing with which it can be compared. The noblest models of Greek composition must yield to it. His words are the fewest and the best which it is possible to use.... "
Knight's Quarterly Magazine - 221 ページ
1824
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The Works of Lord Macaulay, 第 11 巻

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1898
...is, if not his highest, perhaps His most pectrfiar excellence. I know nothing with which <^J vf (j it can be compared. The noblest models of Greek composition...first expression in which he clothes his thoughts is L f> ! ' ( always so energetic and comprehensive that amplification would only injure the effect. There...

The Life and Works of Dante Allighieri: Being an Introduction to the Study ...

John F. Hogan - 1899 - 352 ページ
...peculiar excellence. I know nothing with which it can 11' Stones of Venice," vol. iii., p. 156. '. be compared. The noblest models of Greek composition...amplification would only injure the effect. There is probably no writer in any language who has presented so many strong pictures to the mind. Yet there...

Self Culture, 第 9 巻

1899
...of Dante," says Macaulay, "is, if not his highest, his most peculiar, excellence. The noblest forms of Greek composition must yield to it. His words are...fewest and the best which it is possible to use." If we would understand the plan of the poem, we should put ourselves under the guidance of the author,...

Macaulay's Essay on Addison

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1900 - 158 ページ
...Condensation.—The style (of Dante) is, if not his highest, perhaps his most peculiar excellence. His words are the fewest and the best which it is...comprehensive that amplification would only injure the effect. (Macaulay, Criticisms on the Principal Italian Writers,} He delights to cram tomes of diluted facts...

The Divine Comedy, 第 10 巻

Dante Alighieri - 1904
...me to see minds, graceful and majestic as the Titania of Shakespeare, bewitched by the charms of an ass's head, bestowing on it the fondest caresses,...amplification would only injure the effect. There is probably no writer in any language who has presented so many strong pictures to the mind. Yet there...

Dante in English Literature from Chaucer to Cary, 第 2 巻

Paget Jackson Toynbee - 1909
...no pretensions to the depth and originality of mind which characterise his Tuscan worshipper. . . . The style of Dante is, if not his highest, perhaps...amplification would only injure the effect. There is probably no writer in any language who has presented so many strong pictures to the mind. Yet there...

Dante in English Literature from Chaucer to Cary, C.1380-1844 ..

Paget Jackson Toynbee - 1909
...no pretensions to the depth and originality of mind which characterise his Tuscan worshipper. . . . The style of Dante is, if not his highest, perhaps...amplification would only injure the effect. There is probably no writer in any language who has presented so many strong pictures to the mind. Yet there...

Miscellaneous Essays and Lays of Ancient Rome

Thomas Babington Macaulay - 2005 - 552 ページ
...darkness is upon the face of them. Yet how many men of genius have panegyrised and imitated them 1 The style of Dante is, if not his highest, perhaps...amplification would only injure the effect. There is probably no writer in any language who has presented so many strong pictures to the mind. Yet there...




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