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" I soon found that no man was ever great by imitation. My desire of excellence impelled me to transfer my attention to nature and to life. "
The Prince of Abissinia: A Tale : in Two Volumes - Seite 66
von Samuel Johnson - 1759 - 165 Seiten
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The New [afterw.] Owen's weekly chronicle; or ..., Band 2,Ausgaben 40-91

1759
...Butlfoon found that no man was ever great by imitation. My defire of excellence impelled me to tranfer my attention to nature and to life* Nature was to be my fubjeft, and men to be my auditors: I could never defcribe what I had not fe&n:.I could not hope to...
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An Introduction to the Most Useful European Languages ..: Select Passages ...

Giuseppe Baretti - 1772 - 469 Seiten
...fufpended in the mofque of Mecca. But I foon found that no man was ever great by imitation. My deare of excellence impelled me to transfer my attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my fubjeét, and men to be my auditors. I could never defcribe what I had not feen: I could not hope to...
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The prince of Abissinia [by S. Johnson].

Samuel Johnson - 1783
...name to this illuftrious fraternity. I read all the poets of Perfia and Arabia, and was able to repeat by memory the volumes that are fufpended in the mofque...attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my fubjecl, and men to be my auditors: I could never defcribe what I had not feen : I could not hope to...
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The history of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia. The vision of Theodore. The ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...fufpended in the mofque of Mecca. But I foon found that no man was ever great by imitation. My deflre of excellence impelled me to transfer my attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my fubjeft, and men to be my auditors : I could never defcribe what I had not I feen : I could not hope...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Tales and visions: The history of ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...fufpended in the mofque of Mecca. But I foon found that no man was ever great by imitation. My dcfire of excellence impelled me to transfer my attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my lubjeft, and men to be my auditors : I could never defcribe what I had not feen: I could not hope to...
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The Novelist's Magazine, Band 23

1788
...lul'pendeil inthemcfque of Mecca. But I foun found that no man was ever great by imitation. My deiJre of excellence impelled me to transfer my attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my fubjeil, r.nd men to be my auditors : I could never defciibe what I hail not feen : I could not hope...
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The Prince of Abissinia: A Tale

Samuel Johnson - 1790 - 304 Seiten
...foon found .that no man was ever great by imitation. My defire of excellence impelled me to tranffer my attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my fubject, and men to be my auditors : I could never de• fcribe what I had not feen : I could not hope...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson.LL.D..: A dissertation upon the Greek comedy ...

Samuel Johnson - 1792
...name to this illuftrious fraternity. I read all the poets of Perfia and Arabia, and was able to repeat by memory the volumes that are fufpended in the mofque...attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my fubject, and men to be my auditors ; I could never defcribe what I had not feen : I could not hope...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose ..., Band 2

1797 - 1120 Seiten
...Arabia, and was able to repeat by memory the volumes that are fufpcndedin the mofque of Mecca. Butlfoon found that no man was ever great by imitation. My...attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my fubject, and men to be my auditors : I could never defcribe what I had not feen : I could not hope...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose, Band 2

Vicesimus Knox - 1797
...Arabia, and was able to repeat by memory the volumes that are fufpendedin themofqueof Mecca. But 1 loon found that no man was ever great by imitation. My...attention to nature and to life. Nature was to be my fubjeft, and men to be my auditors : I could never defcribe what I had not feen : I could not hope...
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