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" ... mountain's craggy forehead torn, A rock's round fragment flies, with fury borne (Which from the stubborn stone a torrent rends), Precipitate the... "
Elements of Criticism - Page 405
by Lord Henry Home Kames - 1762
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The Iliad, tr. by mr. Pope. [With notes partly by W. Broome. Preceded by] An ...

Homerus - 1721
...ihe-,v the reader, that there was at leaft an endeavour to imitate .' Still gathering force, it ihioaks; and, urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down, impetuous to the plain: There flops—So Httlor. Their whole force he prov'd, 1OoRefiftlefs when he rag'd, and when he flopr, unmov'd....
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The Iliad, tr. by mr. Pope. [With notes partly by W. Broome. Preceded by] An ...

Homerus - 1756
...Jjrvotvent ftcum. Disjiffa par agmina Turiaii Sic. Krtii nit.ad mum. Still gath'i ing force, itfmoaks; and, urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down, impetuous to the plain : There flops — So Hcftor. Their whole force he prov'd, Refiftlefs when he rag'd, and when heftopt, unmov'd. zco On him...
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Elements of Criticism, Volume 3

Lord Henry Home Kames - Criticism - 1762
...rolling ruin bounds : At every fhock the crackling wood refounds ; Still gath'ring force, it fmoaks ; and urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down, impetuous to the plain : There • *2 COMPARISONS* Ch.XD& There flops — So Heftor. Their whole force he prov'd, Refifllefs when...
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Elements of Criticism, Volume 2

Lord Henry Home Kames - Criticism - 1762
...Crit. Again, fpeaking of a rock torn from the brow of a mountain, Still gath'ring force, it fmokes, and, urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down, impetuous to the plain. Iliad, xiii. 197. Sixthly, a period confifling moftly of long fyllables, that is, of fyllables pronounced...
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Elements of Criticism: Volume I [-II].

Lord Henry Home Kames - Criticism - 1765
...373. Again, fpeaking of a rock torn from the brow of a mountain : Still gath'ring force, it fmokes, and, urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down, impetuous to the plain. Iliad, xiii. 197. Sixthly, A period confiding moftly of long fyllables, that is, of fyllables pronounced...
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The Iliad, Volume 24

Homer - 1773
...rolling ruin bounds ; At ev'ry (hock the crackling wood rcfounds ; Still gath'ring force, it fmokcs ; and, urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down, impetuous to the plain : There flops — So Hcftor. Their whole force he prov'd, Refiftlefs when he rag'd, and when hcflopt, unmov'd. On him the...
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The Art of Delivering Written Language: Or, An Essay on Reading. In which ...

William Cockin - Elocution - 1775 - 152 pages
...forth' d her foul to pleafure. Dryden's Ode on St. Cecilia's day, Still gathering force it fmoaks, and, urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down impetuous to the plain. Pope's Iliad. B. 13. For who to dumb forgetful nefs a prey, This pleafing anxious being ere refign'd,...
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Extracts from mr. Pope's translation corresponding with The beauties of ...

Homerus, William Holwell - 1776 - 319 pages
...rolling ruin bounds ; At ev'ry fhock the crackling wood refounds ; Still gath'ring force, it fmokes ; and, urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down, impetuous to the plain ; There ftops — So Hector. Their whole force he prov'd, Refiftlefs when he rag'd, and when he ftopt unmov'd....
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The Works of the English Poets: Pope's Homer

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1779
...ruin bounds ; 195 At every (hock the crackling wood refounds ; . Still gathering force, it fmokes ; and, urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down,...plain.: There flops — So Heftor. Their whole force he provM, Refiftlefs when he rag'd, and when he ftopt, unmov'd. On him the war is bent, the darts are...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 52

1807
...the rolling ruin bounds. At every shuck the echoing vale resounds; Kid! gathering torce, it smokes, and, urg'd amain, Whirls, leaps, and thunders down impetuous to the plain." Hind, b. iiu. " From hence we proceeded for High Knoll, over a tract that seemed the very emblem ot...
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