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appeal
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

6 uses
  • What needs appealing in a fact so plain?
    Book 23 (63% in)
  • To deny that many corruptions and interpolations disfigure them, and that the intrusive hand of the poetasters may here and there have inflicted a wound more serious than the negligence of the copyist, would be an absurd and captious assumption, but it is to a higher criticism that we must appeal, if we would either understand or enjoy these poems.
    Introduction (72% in)
  • But, after all, the main fault in all the Homeric theories is, that they demand too great a sacrifice of those feelings to which poetry most powerfully appeals, and which are its most fitting judges.
    Introduction (79% in)
  • "(35) Can we contemplate that ancient monument, on which the "Apotheosis of Homer"(36) is depictured, and not feel how much of pleasing association, how much that appeals most forcibly and most distinctly to our minds, is lost by the admittance of any theory but our old tradition?
    Introduction (90% in)
  • If any Greek there be Who knows not Merion, I appeal to thee.
    Book 13 (35% in)
  • But even this instance is less wonderful than one as to which we may appeal to any of our readers that happened some twenty years ago to visit the town of Stirling, in Scotland.
    Footnotes (9% in)

There are no more uses of "appeal" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).

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