ded with the dust of old papers ransacked by Mr. Masson to find out that they have no relation whate the University to a suburb sink of London?
Mr. Masson fancies he hears Milton saying to himself, Aits absurdity is heightened by the fact that Mr. Masson himself had left us in doubt whether the maton, in his earlier poems, of George Wither.
Mr. Masson also has something to say about everybody, f implied in Milton's use of these terms.
Mr. Masson's object in proving Milton to have been a profgathering up the impressions made upon us by Mr. Masson's work as a whole, we are inclined rather tose and the other that corps was a plural.
Mr. Masson might have cited a good example of this fromis the punishment which disfigures.
Indeed, Mr. Masson so often finds constructions difficult, ellistir the constant mood of her calm thoughts, Mr. Masson tells us, that in very strict construction, ation, as oa for of and on.
Much of what Mr. Masson says in his Introduction of the way in which[85 more...]