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Of common sense without a word in ! And is this not a grievous burden ? The lawyer is a common drudge , To fight our cause before the judge : And , what is yet a greater curse , 90 Condemned to bear his client's purse ; While he ...
24 over head and ears Swift characteristically takes a common figurative expression ( Tilley H268 ) and reanimates its literal sense . The phrase also occurs in Polite Conversation ( PW IV , 165 ) . 25 calenture ' a disease incident to ...
ate them before they were ultimately reconciled by their common concern for Ireland ' ( Ferguson , p . 27 ) . Frequently a Lord Justice of Ireland . ( DNB , Con , PW , JTS ) Königsmark , Philipp Cristoph , Count von ( 1665-94 ) .
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Swift's diction , syntax and control of rhythm make for a clear, precise and very different 'poetry' to what most people today think of as Poetry. I don't think one could make an argument that he was ... Llegeix la ressenya completa
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