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- In fact, whoever was the author of this fictitious biography, he showed some tact in identifying Homer with certain events described in his poems, and in eliciting from them the germs of something like a personal narrative.Footnotes (5% in)
- Dryden's Virgil, i. 670 167 The manner in which this episode is introduced, is well illustrated by the following remarks of Mure, vol. i. p.298: "The poet's method of introducing his episode, also, illustrates in a curious manner his tact in the dramatic department of his art.Footnotes (52% in)
There are no more uses of "tact" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).
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