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enfeeble enfeebled enfeeblement

enfeebler enfeebles enfeebling
in the awkwardness of their own translations: this is the conduct of
Perrault in his Parallels. Lastly, there are others, who, pretending to a


fairer proceeding, distinguish between the personal merit of Homer, and
that of his work but when they come to assign the causes of the great
reputation of the Iliad, they found it upon the ignorance of his times,
and the prejudice of those that followed: and in pursuance of this

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