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" His pauses and broken interruptions of speech, of which he was extremely enamored, sometimes to a degree of impropriety, were at times too inartificially repeated ; nor did he give that terror to the whole which the great poet intended should predominate.... "
Dramatic Miscellanies: Consisting of Critical Observations on Several Plays ... - Strana 279
autor/autoři: Thomas Davies - 1783
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Dramatic Micellanies: Consisting of Critical Observations on Several Plays ...

Thomas Davies - 1783
...j but his voice wanted that power er and flexibility which varied paffion requires. His paufes and broken interruptions of fpeech, of which he was extremely...king were well adapted to his fine conceptions of the paffions, and efpecially thofe of the fofter kind. Had he lived till now we fhould not have regretted...
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The Works of William Shakespeare, Svazek 6

William Shakespeare - 1889
...passion requires. His pauses and broken interruptions of speech, of which he was extremelyenamoured . . . were at times too inartificially repeated ; nor did...terror to the whole which the great poet intended should predominate " (Davies, Dram. Misc. ii. 280, 281). In one or two scenes Barry was charged with...
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Edwin Booth and His Contemporaries, Svazek 1

Brander Matthews, Laurence Hutton - 1900
...requires. His pauses and broken interruptions of speech, of which he was extremely enamored, sometimes to a degree of impropriety, were at times too inartificially...terror to the whole which the great poet intended should predominate. THOMAS DAVIES : ' Dramatic Miscellanies,' vol. it., chap. 31. Spranger Barry died...
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