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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 Works, Volumen10

Jonathan Swift - 1883
...'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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English Grammar: The English Language in Its Elements and Forms

William Chauncey Fowler - 1884
...committed against brevity are, 1. Tautology, which is the repetition of some idea in different words; as, " It was the privilege and birthright of every citizen and poet to rail aloud and in public.''1 2. Pleonasm. This implies bare superfluity, or more than enough ; as, " They returned back...
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Prose Writings of Swift

Jonathan Swift, Walter Lewin - 1886 - 352 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,...and birth-right of every citizen and poet to rail aloudi and in public, or to expose upon the stage, by name, any person they pleased, though of the...
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The Tale of a Tub and Other Works

Jonathan Swift - 1889 - 448 páginas
...upon the difference between Athens and England with respect to the point before us. In the Attic 2 commonwealth it was the privilege and birthright of...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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Composition and Rhetoric by Practice: With Exercises Adapted for Use in High ...

William Williams (B. A.) - 1890 - 329 páginas
...exclamatory.) 36. Charity beareth all things, and believeth all things, and endureth all things. 37. In the Attic commonwealth, it was the privilege and...every citizen and poet, to rail aloud and in public. 38. I have got a cold together with a fever. 39. On the supposition that one person salutes another...
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Longmans' School Composition

David Salmon - 1890 - 305 páginas
...knowledge of good and evil thou shalt not eat of it Omit of it. (14) I have got a book. Omit got. (15) In the Attic commonwealth it was the privilege and...every citizen and poet to rail aloud and in public. Birthright includes privilege, citizen includes poet, and in public includes aloud. The sentence, therefore,...
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Longmans' School Composition

David Salmon - 1890 - 305 páginas
...knowledge of good and evil thou shalt not cat of it. Omit of it. (14) I have got a book. Omit got. (15) In the Attic commonwealth it was the privilege and...every citizen and poet to rail aloud and in public. Birthright includes privilege, citizen includes poet, and in public includes aloud. The sentence, therefore,...
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English Composition and Rhetoric, Parte1

Alexander Bain - 1890 - 292 páginas
...same grammatical situation, two or more words or phrases for one and the same meaning. Swift says : ' In the Attic Commonwealth, it was the privilege and birthright of every citizen sM.di'p'od, to rail aloud and in public '. There are here three couples of terms where single words...
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Swift: Selections from His Works, Volumen1

Jonathan Swift - 1892 - 488 páginas
...purpose, I have sometimes reflected upon the difference 5 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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The Life of Jonathan Swift: Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volumen2

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...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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