4th Time's the Charm by Jennie Might

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QQQ A pungent satirist, of terrible crudeness, a powerful poet, of a precise and intense imagination, who still preserves something of the energy and thrill of the original inspiration. But he deliberately abuses all these gifts, and succeeds with great difficulty in concocting a piece of nonsense. Twenty times while reading him we rub our brow, and ask with astonishment, how a man could so have tormented and contorted himself, strained his style, refined on his refinement, hit upon such absurd comparisons?

QQQ We find little to admire, and nothing to love. We see that farfetched similes, extravagant metaphors, are not here occasional blemishes, but the substance. He should have given us simple images, simply expressed; for he loved and suffered much: but fashion was stronger than nature. —Alfred Welsh, Development of English Literature and Language, 1882, vol. 1, p. 413 Francis T. Palgrave (1889) Francis Turner Palgrave (1824–1897) was an oft controversial Victorian critic of both art and literature.

Whipple (1859–68) Edwin Percy Whipple (1819–1886) was a prominent American essayist and critic, one of the foremost authors on literary works of the nineteenth century. QQQ 12 John Donne Donne’s published sermons are in form nearly as grotesque as his poems, though they are characterized by profounder qualities of heart and mind. It was his misfortune to know thoroughly the works of fourteen hundred writers, most of them necessarily worthless; and he could not help displaying his erudition in his discourses.

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