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" The poets tell us, that there is a pleasure in poetic pains, which only poets know. So it may, with truth, be said, there is a labour in the historian's researches, which only historians can know: days, nay weeks, are sometimes consumed in ascertaining... "
Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress ... - Sida 268
redigerad av - 1822
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The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Volym 4

1822
...this analytical list, the Appendix contains, also, Abstract of Evidence and Reports made by a Select Committee of the House of Commons, on Steamengines...consumed in ascertaining a date, or verifying a fact. Mr. Partingtori appears to have spared no pains to render his work what he, doubtless, designed it to be,...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent ..., Volym 4

William Newton - 1822
...facts detailed, than by the quantity of letter-press. A work of so much practical importance requfred the historian's severe castigation. Much of the labour,...to have spared no pains to render his work what he, doubtless, designed it to be, and which, in truth, it is, a fair epitome of what is known relative...
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Papers of the Manchester Literary Club, Volym 1

1875
...Mr. Swinburne has given the stanza to the readers of the Fortnightly. We are told on good authority, that " there is a pleasure in poetic pains, which only poets know.• So far as we may judge from internal evidence, we should say these lines have cost Mr. Swinburne very...
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On Some of Shakespeare's Female Characters

Helena Faucit Martin (lady) - 1891
...eyes for any but Leontes. You may judge of the pleasure it was to play to audiences of this kind. As " there is a pleasure in poetic pains, which only poets know," so there is a pleasure in the actor's pains, which only actors know, who have to deal with the " high...
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Jane Austen and the Morality of Conversation

Bharat Tandon - 2003 - 305 sidor
...resolving it), oxymoronically, by resorting to ideas such as 'instructive ease', 149 and suggesting that 'There is a pleasure in poetic pains/ Which only poets know'. 150 The duplicity of the sofa affords Austen the most wicked and disturbing joke in Mansfield Park:...
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Tamilian Antiquary (1907 - 1914) - 12 Vols.

Pandit. D. Savariroyan - 2004 - 1085 sidor
...most popular. The text itself is simple and readily yields its meaning to the diligent student. But as there is a "pleasure in poetic pains which only poets know," so in this matchless piece of poetic effort, there are depths of thought and heights of moral excellence...
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