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The Manner of Proceeding in Certain Eighteenth and Early NineteenthCentury Poems III
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already appear Augustan beauty called century close comes common continuity couplet course critics death Dryden effect eighteenth eighteenth-century English Essay evidence exists expected experience expression eyes feel follows give given Gray Gray's Grongar hand happiness Harley Hill human instance interest Johnson kind language later Latin least less letters light lines Lives look matter meaning metre Milton mind nature never nineteenth century noted occasion once original Oxford particular passage pastoral perhaps phrase poem poetic diction poetry poets Pope Pope's possible Preface present prose quoted Rasselas reader reason seems seen sense sometimes sort sound speaking spring story strong Swift things thought translation truth turn usually verse Virgil whole words Wordsworth writing written wrote