In some instances this is so easy and natural, that the mind is scarcely sensible of the deviation; in others it is more abrupt and ... As examples of both, we may refer to the passages in which various characters from English and from Grecian and Roman ... the amusements appropriated to Winter, such subjects as these will naturally offer themselves to the studious mind. There is another source of sentiment to the poet of the Seasons, which, while it is superior to the last in real elevation, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Memoir of John Aikin, M.D.: Critical essays on English poets. Miscellaneous pieces|
|Author||:||John Aikin, Lucy Aikin|