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S. Austin Allibone, comp.  Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay.  1880.
 
Thomas Rymer
 
  Tragedy was originally with the ancients a piece of religious worship.
Thomas Rymer.    
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  Has not a poet more virtues and vices within his circle? Cannot he observe their influences in their oppositions and conjunctions, in their altitudes and depressions? He shall sooner find ink than nature exhausted.
Thomas Rymer: Tragedies of the Last Age.    
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  Nature affords plenty of beauties, that no man need complain if the deformed are cloistered up.
Thomas Rymer: Tragedies.    
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