Kleine schriften, Band 2

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E. Weber, 1845
 

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Seite iii - VOdyssée; et dans le quatrième chant, le récit n'est pas dans le genre de celui d'Homère , où tous les jours sont marqués , où toutes les actions ont leur commencement , leur milieu et leur fin , et ne sont pas englomérées dans un récit général.
Seite vii - Atque sic a summis hominibus eruditissimisque accepimus, ceterarum rerum studia et doctrina et praeceptis et arte constare : poëtam natura ipsa valere, et mentis viribus excitar!, et quasi divino quodam spiritu inflari.
Seite 44 - Vel si sublimis fluctu consurgeret imo, Vel si interrupto nudaret gurgite pontum. Non violata vagi sileantur pascua Solis, Non amor, et fecunda Atiantidos arva Calypsus, Finis et errorum misero, Phaeacia tellus.
Seite 341 - ... and even the appearance of harshness with which at the close of this scene he cuts short the importunity of Tecmessa, is a sign of anything rather than coldness and insensibility. Again, when the fatal sword is already fixed in the ground, his last thoughts are turned to Salamis, to the grief of his father and mother, which...
Seite 553 - X) obcnfjin: quid impedit, quo minus, qui ante nonnullorum Grammaticorum Léxica contraxisset , posthac ex omnium hujus generis libris universale quoddam lexicon compilant? 3n ber £auptfad)e rid)ttg, nber aujfallcnb bie Sntjlelluna. ber ©pitóme aué 3»pt>rtoit tmb ^amp^iíoé in ben legten Sffior...
Seite ix - ... circumstances. Every traveller has confirmed what I originally stated with respect to the tradition of one of the springs being hot and the other cold. I call the Kirk Geuse one spring ; for though the water issues from a number of small orifices in the rock, yet being all so near together and forming only one large pool, it is refining far too much to suppose a poet would necessarily speak, as Shakspeare says, by the card, and count every separate crevice. To the touch when I was there, the...
Seite 155 - Atqui Aeolica dialecto usa est Corinna; Myiam Aeolicam praeter Corinnam ipsam née Suidas née ullus veterum novit : quid ergo haesitamus futeri, hanc a Grammatico intelligi? Itaque solum restât dementis testimonium , cui quam facile imposuisse potuerint poëtae et Grammatici nostram modo Myiam , modo Corinnam appellantes , non est quod pluribus ostendam. [Non magis idem his verbis Prolrept. p. 9 i¡ icßi^r...
Seite 158 - Litter. 1 p. 232, Boettigerus de Roma deo 1810. Brunckius rem in medio relinquit in Anacreonticis. Ceterum non de urbe solummodo cogitandum est, cujus quidem descriptio praevalet in carminé , usitata Deae Romae insignia vel a Minerva vt'l ab Amazone desumta ne attingente quidem , quae vero vel sic pro constant!
Seite 144 - Erinnam, quum hexámetros scripserit, ne potuisse quidem ex Sapphonis disciplina prodiisse; non potuisse etiam ideo, quod Doriensis esset, utpote Teli, ut videatur, nata ; sed Jonicae stirpis puellas Sapphonis scholam fréquentasse, quare Erinnam Teíam sive Teniam apud Suidam inter ejus familiares fuisse conjicit.
Seite ix - ... incorrect delineations of Chevalier's. You who have been on the spot, will appreciate what I did, and not wonder at what I omitted, under such circumstances. Every traveller has confirmed what I originally stated with respect to the tradition of one of the springs being hot and the other cold. I call the Kirk Geuse one spring ; for though the water issues from a number of small orifices in the rock, yet being all so near together and forming only one large pool, it is refining far too much to...

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