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By way of recreation , he occasionally composed Latin verses , translated from
the Italian authors , and wrote letters to a limited number of acquaintances . He
left Cambridge in 1738 without taking a degree , it being refused him because of
ܙܙ Gray now seems to have considered seriously the study of law and decided
to return to Cambridge for that purpose . Before reễntering the university however
, he spent the summer of 1742 at Stoke , and during that time wrote his first ...
After the latter event he turned again to poetry for comfort , and in 1754 wrote the
“ Ode to Vicissitude " and “ The Progress of Poesy , ” and began “ The Bard . ” In
1756 he removed from Peterhouse to Pembroke Hall at Cambridge , that he ...
Britain , accounts of which he wrote in a series of delightful letters . In 1771 he
planned an excursion to Switzerland , but it was not to be carried out . He was
seized on July 24 with an acute attack of gout in the stomach , which proved fatal
He associated himself with several of the writers of the period , became a
member of a literary club , wrote and published several ballads and prose
compositions , made a careful study of Pope's translation of Homer , and
translated two books ...
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Reprint of what may once have been one of the most familiar poems in English from the 18th century. At a time when few could read in England, one of its most educated sons, and the companion of Horace ... Читать весь отзыв