always, consists in such a Resemblance and Congmity os Ideas as this Author mentions. I shall only add to it by way os Explanation, That every Resemblance os Ideas is not that which we call VVit, unless it be such an one that gives Delight anbsp;...
|Title||:||An Essay towards fixing the true standards of wit, humour, raillery, satire and ridicule. To which is added an analysis of the characters of an Humourist, Sir John Falstaff, Sir Roger de Coverly, and Don Quixote.-By the author of a Letter from a By-Stander (C. Morris). (An Essay concerning Humour in Comedy [by W. Congreve].).|