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" In the Attic commonwealth it was the privilege and birthright of every citizen and poet to rail aloud and in public... "
The Works of the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Swift ... - Página 117
por Jonathan Swift - 1784
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The Life of Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volumen2

Sir Henry Craik - 1894 - 576 páginas
...fourth. maxim too well to be troubled on that head. " In the Attic Commonwealth," he says elsewhere, 1 "it was the privilege and birthright of every citizen and poet to rail aloud and in public, or to expose upon the stage by name any person they pleased, though of the greatest figure, whether a Cleon,...
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The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, Volumen1

Jonathan Swift - 1897 - 428 páginas
...difference between Athens and England, with respect to the point before us. In the Attic commonwealth,1 it was the privilege and birth-right of every citizen and poet to rail aloud, and in public, or to expose upon the stage, by name, any person they pleased, though of the greatest figure, whether a Creon,2...
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Selections from the British Satirists: With an Introductory Essay by Cecil ...

Cecil Headlam - 1897 - 329 páginas
...upon the difference between Athens and England, with respect to the point before us. In the Attick commonwealth, it was the privilege and birthright of every citizen and poet to rail aloud, and in publick, or to expose upon the stage, by name, any person they pleased, though of the greatest figure,...
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Selections from the British Satirists: With an Introductory Essay by Cecil ...

Cecil Headlam - 1897 - 329 páginas
...upon the difference between Athens and England, with respect to the point before us. In the Attick commonwealth, it was the privilege and birthright of every citizen and poet to rail aloud, and in publick, or to expose upon the stage, by name, any person they pleased, though of the greatest figure,...
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Rhetoric and Composition

Edward Fulton - 1906 - 259 páginas
...this form of redundancy, the idea is repeated in words of the same or similar meaning. For example: In the Attic commonwealth, it was the privilege (and...every citizen (and poet) to rail aloud and in public. It is a matter notorious (and of common repute) throughout the length and breadth of the land. One...
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A Tale of a Tub: The Battle of the Books, and Other Early Works

Jonathan Swift - 1907 - 334 páginas
...difference between Athens and England, with respect to the point before us. In the Attic commonwealth,1 it was the privilege and birth-right of every citizen and poet to rail aloud, and in public, or to expose upon the stage, by name, any person they pleased, though of the greatest figure, whether a Creon,2...
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Letter-writer's Vade-mecum and Dictionary Supplment: A Complete Handbook to ...

Robert D. Blackman - 1908 - 176 páginas
...however ; by simply drawing your pen though the superfluous words. Professor Bain quotes from Swift : " In the Attic commonwealth, it was the privilege and...every citizen and poet, to rail aloud and in public." The meaning is pretty much the same as " it was the privilege of every citizen to rail in public."...
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English Prose (1137-1890)

John Matthews Manly - 1909 - 544 páginas
...this purpose I have sometimes reflected upon the difference between Athens and England with respect to the point before us. In the Attic commonwealth...citizen and poet to rail aloud and in public, or to expose upon the stage by name any person they pleased, though of the greatest figure, whether a Creon,...
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Gulliver's Travels

Jonathan Swift - 1919 - 296 páginas
...difference between Athens and England, with respect to the point before us. In the Attic commonwealth,2 it was the privilege and birthright of every citizen and poet to rail aloud, and in 1 Plutarch. ' Vide Xenophon. public, or to expose upon the stage, by name, any person they pleased,...
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A Tale of a Tub and Other Works

Jonathan Swift - 1999 - 237 páginas
...have sometimes reflected upon the difference between « Plutarch.0 Athens and England, with respect to the point before us. In the Attic commonwealth*...citizen and poet to rail aloud and in public, or to expose upon the stage by name, any person they pleased, though of the greatest figure, whether a C[l]eon,...
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