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" I answer: This extraordinary effect proceeds from that very eloquence, with which the melancholy scene is represented. The genius required to paint objects in a lively manner, the art employed in collecting all the pathetic circumstances, the judgment... "
The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners; with Strictures on Their ... - Page 407
1802
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Four Dissertations: I. The Natural History of Religion. II. Of the Passions ...

David Hume - 1757 - 240 pages
...from that very eloquence, with which the melancholy OF TRAGEDY. igt melancholy fcene is reprefented. The genius required to paint objects in a lively manner, the art employed in colledting all the pathetic circumftances, the judgment difplayed jn difpofing them ; the exercife,...
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The Magazine of Magazines: Compiled from Original Pieces, with ..., Volume 13

1757
...eloquence wilh which the melancholy fcene is reprei •!.[•. i!, The genius required to paint objecls in a lively manner, the art employed in collecting all the pathetic circumftances, the judgment difplayed in difpoling them ; the exercife, I fay, of thei'e noble talents,...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects

David Hume - 1758 - 539 pages
...extraordinary effect proceeds from that very eloquence, with which the melancholy fcene is reprefented. The genius required to paint objects in a lively manner, the art employed in collecting all the pathetic circumftances, the judgment difplayed in difpofing them ; the exercife, I fay, of thefc noble talents,...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects ..

David Hume - 1764
...very eloquence, with which the melancholy fcene is reprefented. The genius required to paint objefts in a lively manner, the art employed in collecting all the pathetic circurr.ftances, the judgment difplayed in difpofmg them } the exercife, I fay, of thefe noble talents,...
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Essays, moral, political, and literary

David Hume - 1768
...extraordinary effect proceeds from that veryeloquence, with which the melancholy fcene is reprefented. The genius required to paint objects in a lively manner, the art employed in collecting all the pathetic circumftancesj the judg- inent difplayed in difpofing them ; the exercife, I fay, of thefe noble talents,...
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The Philosophy of Rhetoric, Volume 1

George Campbell - 1801
...of distress and sorrow ? I an" swer: This extraordinary effect proceeds from that " very eloquence, with which the melancholy scene " is represented. The genius required to paint ob" jects in a lively manner, the art employed in col" lecting all the pathetic circumstances, the...
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The Philosophy of Rhetoric, Volume 1

George Campbell - 1808
...extraordinary effect proceeds from that very elo" quence, with which the melancholy scene is re" presented. The genius required to paint objects '* in a lively manner, the art employed in collec" ting all the pathetic circumstances, the judgment " displayed in disposing them ; the exercise,...
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Observations on the opinions of several writers on various historical ...

Gavin Young - 1817
...substance of Hume's account of the matter, in his essay on Tragedy, is contained in the following extract: "The genius required to paint objects in a " lively...*.' beauty of oratorial numbers, diffuse the highest sas> tisfaction on the audience, and excite the most de" lightful naayements. By this means the uneasiness...
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Essays, moral, political, and literary

David Hume - 1817
...symptoms of distress and sorrow ? I answer : This extraordinary effect proceeds from that very eloquence, with which the melancholy scene is represented. The...circumstances, the judgment displayed in disposing them j the exercise, I say, of these noble talents, together with the force of expression, and beauty of...
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Essays, moral, political, and literary

David Hume - 1825
...of djs»tress and sorrow ? I answer : This extraordinary .effect proceeds from that very eloquence, with which the melancholy scene is represented. The...manner, the art employed in collecting all the pathetic ch-cumstances, the judgment displayed in disposing them ; the exercise, I say, of these noble talents,...
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