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" Thou, only thou, directing all our way ! To where the Seine, obsequious as she runs, Pours at great Bourbon's feet her silken sons ; Or Tiber, now no longer Roman, rolls, Vain of Italian arts, Italian souls : To happy convents, bosom'd deep in vines,... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 246
1845
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The New Oxford Book of Eighteenth Century Verse

Roger H. Lonsdale, Roger Lonsdale - 1984 - 870 pages
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English Literature and the Wider World: All before them, 1660-1780

Michael Cotsell, John McVeagh - 1990 - 305 pages
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The Offensive Art: The Liberation of Poetic Imagination in Augustan Satire

C. J. Purvis - 1991 - 235 pages
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Text, Culture, Reception: Cross-cultural Aspects of English Studies

Rüdiger Ahrens, Heinz Antor - 1992 - 633 pages
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Proses: SELECTED ESSAYS, REVIEWS, AND CONVERSATION

Carolyn Kizer - 1993 - 194 pages
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The Dunciad

Alexander Pope, John Butt, James Runcieman Sutherland, Alexander Pope - 1963 - 491 pages
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Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1993 - 737 pages
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The Sacred Weapon: An Introduction to Pope's Satire

Martin Blocksidge - 1993 - 236 pages
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The Fate of Eloquence in the Age of Hume

Adam Potkay - 1994 - 253 pages
...To where the Seine, obsequious as she runs, Pours at great Bourbon's feet her silken sons,Or Tyber, now no longer Roman, rolls, Vain of Italian Arts, Italian Souls . . . To lands of singing, or of dancing slaves, Love-whisp'ring woods, and lute-resounding waves. (lines 297-306)...
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