Ben Jonson Quote

As the multitude call timber-trees, promiscuously growing, a wood or forest; so am I bold to entitle these lesser poems, of later growth, by this of Underwood, out of the analogy they hold to the Forest in my former book.


The Underwood (1640) 'To the Reader'

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As the multitude call timber-trees, promiscuously growing, a wood or forest; so am I bold to entitle these lesser poems, of later growth, by this of...

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As the multitude call timber-trees, promiscuously growing, a wood or forest; so am I bold to entitle these lesser poems, of later growth, by this of...

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As the multitude call timber-trees, promiscuously growing, a wood or forest; so am I bold to entitle these lesser poems, of later growth, by this of...

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As the multitude call timber-trees, promiscuously growing, a wood or forest; so am I bold to entitle these lesser poems, of later growth, by this of...