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Excerpt from A Grammar of Rhetoric and Polite Literature Comprehending the Principles of Language and Style; Elements of Taste and Criticism; Rules for the Study of Composition and ElouenceIn book seventh the origin and different kinds of Poetry are handled With a View to form the pupil's taste for the study of Poetry than to inspire him with the thirst of reaping fame in'the doubtful field of poetic composition Yet to those whose genius may lead them that way the principl. .