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This is referable to the moon , as not shining with her own lustre , but a borrowed
one : this , too , explains the terms false and liar , frequently used in Hudibras and
in the plays . Lay hold upon him ; if he do resist , C2 19 Bra. O thou foul thief!
... ( 1 ) Having in the preceding pages explained four Plays of Shakespeare and
two poems of a later date , by a reference to the pictures exhibited by the disk of
the moon , I conceive that sufficient evidence has been adduced in proof of the
The express object of the Satire is to sliew that all mankind are mad , or , in other
words , that prototypes may be traced in the moon , that have an analogy to all
the different characters which are to be found in the world , however varied by
These four lines refer as well to the librations of the moon , as to her being ( in the
estimation of the ancients ) a planet . Ille sinistrorsům , hic dextrorsům abit ; unus
utrique Error I ? 275 Emovit veterem mirč novus, ut solet, in cor ...
... Homer is one of the oldest writers extant , and as I am about to shew that one of
his Poems is to be explained , like the pieces contained in the former volumes ,
by a reference to the characters in the moon , which are undistinguishable but by
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