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JOHNSON'S CURSORY READING MR . ELPHINSTON talked of a new book that was much admired , and asked Dr. Johnson if he had read it . Johnson : ' I have looked into it . ' ' What ( said Elphinston ) , have you not read it through ?
Johnson . The excerpts from Johnson and from Boswell's Life are taken , where possible , from Dr. Birkbeck Hill's Oxford edition . P. 41. Rabelais . — The translation is that of Peter Anthony Motteux ( 1660-1718 ) and of Sir Thomas ...
Macaulay writes in his review of Southey's edition of The Pilgrim's Progress : ' Doctor Johnson , all whose studies were desultory , and who hated , as he said , to read books through , made an exception in favour of The Pilgrim's ...
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