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W. Greg, 1926. Reading List: "Beaumont's 'The Crowne of Thomes': A Report" by Ruth Wallerstein in Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 1954. Sir John Beaumont recommends, and himself illustrates, a style which Hobbes must later have admired: neither too prosaic, nor "dancing" ; avoiding ostentatious roughness and Metaphysical obscurities; favouring the couplet, as involving little padding; emulating the Greeks and Romans only in Pure phrase, fit Epithets, a sober care Of Metaphors, descriptions cleare, yet rare, Similitudes contracted smooth and round, Not vext by learning, but with Nature crown'd; and otherwise using normal contemporary English, with exactly referential statement rather than figurative elaboration.
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