The Poetical Works Of John Milton; With Notes Of Various Authors by John MiltonThe Poetical Works Of John Milton; With Notes Of Various Authors by John Milton

The Poetical Works Of John Milton; With Notes Of Various Authors

byJohn Milton

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1826 edition. Excerpt: ...pharetras." And Callimachus, RYAQNION rotpv, Hymn. Dian. v. 81. If a person is here intended, he is most probably Hippolytus. Cydon was a city of Crete. See Euripides, Hippol. v. 18. But then he is mentioned here as an archer. Virgil ranks the Cydonians, with the Parthians, for their skill in the bow. &n. xii. 852. T. Warton. Ibid.-et ille &c. Cephalus, who unknowingly shot his wife Procris. T. Warton. Ver. 39. Est etiam nobis ingens quoque victus Orion, Orion was also a famous hunter. But for his amours we must consult Ovid, Art. Amator. i. 731. " Pallidus in Lyricen sylvis errabat Orion." See Parthenius, Erotic, cap. xx. T. Warton. Ver. 46. Nee tibi Phoebaeus porriget anguis opem. " No medicine will avail you. Not even the serpent, which Phoebus sent to Rome to cure the city of a pestilence." Ovid, Metam. xv. 742. Dixit; et, aurato quatiens mucrone sagittam, Evolat in tepidos Cypridos ille sinus. At mihi risuro tonuit ferus ore minaci, Et mihi de puero non metus ullus erat. 50 Et modo qua nostri spatiantur in urbe Quirites, " Hue se de Latia pinu Phcebeius anguis " Contulit," &c. Where see the fable at large. T. Warton. Ver. 47. Dixit; et, aurato quatiens mucrone sagittam, Evolat in tepidos Cypridos ille sinus.' Statins, Syl. I. ii. 103. " Dixerat, et tenera matris cervice pependit " Blandus, et admotis tepefecit pectora pennis." Richardson. Ibid. aurato quatiens mucrone sagittam, So, in Parad. Lost, B. iv. 763. " Here Love his golden shafts employs, here lights " His constant lamp, and waves his purple wings." Where, by the way, as Mr. Steevens has observed to me, there is a palpable imitation of Jonson, Hymencei, vol. v. p. 291. " Marriage Love's object is, at whose bright eyes " He lights his torches, and calls them his skies; " For...
Title:The Poetical Works Of John Milton; With Notes Of Various AuthorsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:122 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.26 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217364519

ISBN - 13:9780217364515

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