Geschichte der komischen litteratur, Volume 1

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Page 350 - Maudit soit l'auteur dur dont l'âpre et rude verve , Son cerveau tenaillant , rima malgré Minerve ; Et , de son lourd marteau martelant le bon sens , A fait de méchants vers douze fois douze cents
Page 174 - Cave ; and though he speaketh favourably, believe him not. — Though I call him but a plain flatterer (for I mean to deal very plainly with him), some compare him to a devil. If he be one, these words of Solomon are a spell to expel this devil. — Wring not my words, to wrong my meaning ; I go not about to crucifie the...
Page 174 - Here I have undertaken one who hath overtaken many, a Machiavillian (or rather a match-, less villain), one that professeth himself to be a friend, when indeed he is a fiend.
Page 174 - Machiavillian (or rather a mat ckleff viUian ) /• ' pne that profeifeth himielf to be a friend , when he is indeed a fend. — His greateft amity is but diflembled »amity.
Page 132 - Cnftellano fe llama Librería ) fino de papeles de amigos y borradores fuyos. Por Frey Lope de Vega Carpió, del Avilo de San luán, en Madrid 1634.
Page 53 - Traité des caufes phyfiques et morales du Rire, relativement à l'art de l'exciter.

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