SOme, indeed, of our modern Writers, think otherwise; and boldly pronounce Pleasure to be the chief End of Poetry. It cana#39;t be denied, but this Opinion is perfectly consonant to their Writings; in which they not only principally consult theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||Lectures on Poetry read in the Schools of Natural Philosophy at Oxford ... Translated from the Latin, with additional notes [by William Bowyer and William Clarke; edited by W. Bowyer].|
|Author||:||Joseph Trapp, William BOWYER (Printer.), William CLARKE (Prebendary of Chichester Cathedral.)|