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Excerpt from The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Vol. 10: Now First Collected and Edited
But because there be many men called critics, and wits, and virtuosi, that are accustomed to censure the poets, and most of them of divers judgments, how is it possible, you'll say, to please them all? Yes, very well; if the poem be as it should be. For men can judge what is good, that know not what is best. For he that can judge what is best, must have considered all those things, though they be almost in numerable, that concur to make the reading of an heroic P0391 pleasant. Whereof I'll name as many as shall come into my mind.
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