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By the same Author,
Into the source of the
From which is deduced, the Secret of giving Dramatic Interest to
Tragedies intended for Representation. Preceded by a Critical Examination of the various Theories adopted on the Subject by the English, French, and German Philosophers.
lo One Volume, Octavo, uniform with this work.
AUTHOR OF A LETTER TO THE REV. W. L. BOWLES, IN REPLY TO HIS LETTER TO
OF THE POETICAL CHARACTER OF POPE.
THOMAS CAMPBELL, Esq.
As an ardent admirer of that creative art which gives the most expansive scope to the refined perceptions of Taste,
and the divine associations of Genius—that art in which
you have so eminently excelled, and through which you have not only revived, but redeemed, the native spirit and chaste simplicity, the classic elegance and impassioned enthusiasm, of a more poetic and a happier age,-permit me to acknowledge the honour which I feel conferred upon me, in being permitted to prefix your name to the following work.