On the Development of American Literature from 1815 to 1833; With Especial Reference to Periodicals Volume 1, Nos. 1-4

On the Development of American Literature from 1815 to 1833; With Especial Reference to Periodicals Volume 1, Nos. 1-4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...latrunt et vocibus omnia complent. et catulos blando cum lingua lambere temptant aut ubi eos iactant pedibus morsuque petentes suspensis teneros imitantur dentibus haustus, longe alio pacto gannitu vocis adulant, et cum deserti baubantur in aedibus aut cum plorantis fugiunt summisso corpore plagas (V. 1062). The discussion of the character of odors is illustrated from the hunting dog: (IV. 681, p. 171) and the deceptive quality of odors: errant saepe canes itaque et vestigia quaerunt (IV. 705). If everything did not come from a fixed seed, eifugeret canis Hyrcano de semine saepe cornigeri incursum cervi tremeretque per auras aeris accipiter fugiens veniente columba, desiperent homines, sa perent fera saecla ferarum (III. 7 In the discussion of void is found the following simile: multaque praeterea tibi possum commemorando argumenta fidem dictis conradere nostris. verum animo satis haec vestigia parva sagaci sunt per quae possis cognoscere cetera tute. namque canes ut montivagae persaepe ferai naribus inveniunt intectas fronde quietes, cum semel institerunt vestigia certa viai, sic alid ex alio per te tute ipse videre talibus in rebus poteris caecasque latebras insinuare omnis et verum protrahere inde (I. mox The hunting dog is represented as hunting in sleep: venantumque canes in molli saepe quiete iactant crura tamen subito vocisque repente mittunt et crebro reducunt naribus auras, ut vestigia si teneant inventa ferarum, expergefactique secuntur inania saepe cervorum simulacra, fugae quasi dedita cernanty donec discussis redeant erroribus ad se. at consueta domi catulorum blanda propago discutere et corpus de terra corripere instant proinde quasi ignotas facies atque ora tuantur (IV. 991). The faithfulness of dogs is shown in levisomna...show more

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  • Paperback | 114 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 218g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236757076
  • 9781236757074