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“It looks like an olde-timey comick, with a few strange adverts sprinkled in and much of it printed on dull paper the quality is good, just the look is archaic.”
“A fine Example of comick Writing in this vein by Dr. Swift, may be found in The Partridge-Bickerstaff Papers.”
“There be good swag at the olde comick shoppe this day!”
“‘May-day in the morning’ — cuss me, the best comick song I ever heard.”
“To me it was highly comick, to see the grave philosopher — the Rambler — toying with a Highland beauty!”
“The ludicrousness, absurdity, and extraordinary contrast between what the fellow fancied, and the reality, was truly comick.”
“The force of his comick scenes has suffered little diminution from the changes made by a century and a half, in manners or in words.”
“Of this play the light or comick part is very natural and pleasing, but the grave scenes, if a few passages be excepted, have more labour than elegance.”
“The censure which he has incurred by mixing comick and tragick scenes, as it extends to all his works, deserves more consideration.”
“He is many times flat and insipid; his comick wit degenerating into clenches, his serious swelling into bombast.”
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