| Henry Mackenzie - 1781
...the ftructure of his ftories, or the probability of his incidents, he is frequently carekfs ; thefe **he took, at random, from the legendary tale, or the...but his intimate acquaintance with the human mind** feldom or never forfakes him, and, amidft the moft fantaftic and improbable fituations, the perfons... | |
| Henry Mackenzie - 1783
...the ftructure of his flories, or the probability of his incidents, he is frequently careiefs ; thefe **he took, at random, from the legendary tale, or the extravagant romance** . t but his intimate ac-, quaiotance <juamtance with'the human mind feldom or never forfakes him ;... | |
| Alexander Chalmers - 1802
...supernatural powers of his invention, his absolute command over the passions, and his wonderful knowledge of **Nature. Of the structure of his stories, or the probability...drama speak in the language of the heart, and in the** ityle of their characters. Of all the characters of Shakspeare, that of Hamlet has been generally thought... | |
| 1803
...supernatural powers of his invention, his absolute command over the passions, and his wonderful knowledge of **nature. Of the structure of his stories, or the probability...these he took at random from the legendary tale or** extravagant romance ; but his intimate acquaintance with the human mind seldom or never forsakes him... | |
| Alexander Chalmers - 1807
...supernatural powers of his invention, his absolute command over the pateions, and his wonderful knowledge of **Nature. Of the structure of his stories, or! the probability...frequently careless ; these he took at random from the** legen- ' dary tale or the extravagant romance ; but his intimate acquaintance with the human mind seldom... | |
| Henry Mackenzie - 1822
...supernatural powers of his invention, his absolute command over the passions, and his wonderful knowledge of **nature. Of the structure of his stories, or the probability...extravagant romance; but his intimate acquaintance** witn the human mind seldom or never forsakes him ; and amidst the most fantastic and improbable situations,... | |
| Lionel Thomas Berguer - 1823
...powers of his invention, his absolute Y 3 command over the passions, and his wonderful knowledge of **Nature. Of the structure of his stories, or the probability...amidst the most fantastic and improbable situations,** his persons of his drama speak in the language of the heart, and in the style of their characters.... | |
| British essayists - 1823
...supernatural powers of his invention, his absolute command over the passions, and his wonderful knowledge of **nature. Of the structure of his stories, or the probability...from the legendary tale or the extravagant romance** : bat his intimate acquaintance with the human mind seldom or never forsakes him ; and amidst the most... | |
| Nathan Drake - 1828
...supernatural powers of his invention, his absolute command over the passions, and his wonderful knowledge of **nature. Of the structure of his stories, or the probability of his incidents, he is frequently** careless,—these he took at random from the legendary tale, or the extravagant romance; but his intimate... | |
| Nathan Drake - 1828 - 494 pagina’s
...supernatural powers of his invention, his absolute command over the passions, and his wonderful knowledge of **nature. Of the structure of his stories, or the probability of his incidents, he is frequently** careless,—these he took at random from the legendary tale, or the extravagant romance; but his intimate... | |
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