ls of what we must call the pseudo-dramatic kind.
For example, does Hall profess to have traced Milton from the University to a suburb sink oasson fancies he hears Milton saying to himself, A suburb sink!
has Hall or his son taken the trouble to walk all the way down to Aldersgate ne Yates had my doorstep tidy for the visit.
Does Milton, answering Hall's innuendo that he was courting the graces of a rich widow, tell us them worse by misquoting and bringing love jinglingly near to grove. Hall's verse (in his Satires) is always vigorous and often harmonious He the very terms of the preface to Paradise Lost. of his opponent, Bishop Hall,
Teach each hollow grove to sound his love, Wearying echo wi Surely it needed no great sensitiveness of ear to be set on edge by Hall's echo of teach each. Did Milton reject the h from Bashan and the res in which the sound occurs, as, for instance, those ending in tion. Hall, had he lived long enough, might have retorted on Milton his own