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" Hence arose an obvious, and perhaps an unavoidable error ; for these critics being men of shallow capacities, very easily mistook mere form for substance. They acted as a judge would, who should adhere to the lifeless letter of law, and reject the spirit. "
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling - Página 215
por Henry Fielding - 1820 - 299 páginas
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The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, Volumen1

Henry Fielding - 1809
...shallow capacities, very easily mistook mere form for suhstance. They acted as a jndge would, who sh-mlrl adhere to the lifeless letter of law, and reject the...circumstances, which were, perhaps, accidental in a great anthor, were hy these critics considered to constitnte his chief merit, and transmitted as essentials...
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The novels of Henry Fielding ... complete in one volume. To which is ...

Henry Fielding - 1821
...legislator, and those very peremptorily gave laws, whose business it was, at first, only to transcribe them. Hence arose an obvious, and, perhaps, an unavoidable...would, who should adhere to the lifeless letter of the law, and reject the spirit. Little circumstances, which •were, perhaps, accidental in a great...
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The writings of Henry Fielding, comprising his celebrated works of fiction ...

Henry Fielding - 1872
...only to transcribe them. Hence arose an obvions, and perhaps an unavoidable error ; for these crities, being men of shallow capacities, very easily mistook mere form for substance. They acted as a jndge would, who should adhere to the lifeless letter of law, and reject the spirit. Little circumstances,...
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Henry Fielding als Humorist

Wilhelm Homann - 1900 - 92 páginas
...are constituted to give laws to those authors from whose predecessors they originally received them. Hence arose an obvious, and perhaps an unavoidable...would, who should adhere to the lifeless letter of the law, and reject the spirit. Little circumstances, which were perhaps accidental in a great author,...
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The Works of Henry Fielding, Volumen2

Henry Fielding - 1902
...legislator, and those very peremptorily gave laws whose business it was, at first, only to transcribe them. Hence arose an obvious, and perhaps an unavoidable...merit, and transmitted as essentials to be observed bv all his successors. To these encroachments, time and ignorance, the two great supporters of imposture,...
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Selected essays of Henry Fielding

Henry Fielding - 1905 - 222 páginas
...legislator, and those very peremptorily gave laws, whose business it was, at first, only to transcribe them. Hence arose an obvious, and perhaps an unavoidable...being men of shallow capacities, very easily mistook 25 \ mere form for substance. They acted as a judge would, who should adhere to the lifeless letter...
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The History of Tom Jones: A Foundling

Henry Fielding - 1992 - 413 páginas
...legislator, and those very peremptorily gave laws whose business it was, at first, only to transcribe them. Hence arose an obvious, and perhaps an unavoidable...the lifeless letter of law and reject the spirit. Litde circumstances, which were perhaps accidental in a great author, were by these critics considered...
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