servile herd of imitators
can never possibly arrive at.
He was surrounded and followed by many imitators
, and it is well to remember Dryden as the greatest of them all.
Throughout the fifteenth century the leading poets (of prose we will speak later) were avowed imitators
of Chaucer, and therefore at best only second-rate writers.
The room was empty, of course; but, as he stepped in, it became filled all at once with a stir of many people; because the strips of glass on the doors of wardrobes and his wife's large pier-glass reflected him from head to foot, and multiplied his image into a crowd of gentlemanly and slavish imitators
, who were dressed exactly like himself; had the same restrained and rare gestures; who moved when he moved, stood still with him in an obsequious immobility, and had just such appearances of life and feeling as he thought it dignified and safe for any man to manifest.
You should speedily see a Historia Naturalis Americana, that would put the sneering imitators
of the Frenchman, De Buffon, to shame
Patrizi argued that the poet was not an imitator
, but a "maker," whose creative energy he equated to the poetic expression stemming from divine "furor" (50).
The line stretched a half-block down Beverly Boulevard, where a young Elvis imitator
chatted with a middle-age facsimile who sported glued-on sideburns.
Additionally, among the plays acts similar links appear, making them both inter- and intratextual, and thus strongly suggesting that the author of Edward III was no mere imitator
, nor were authors writing in collaboration.
Newport has a reputation for being an upscale imitator
of its blueblood cousin in Rhode Island, but bargains still abound in this land of pleasure craft, three-star restaurants and year-round tans.
This pursuit of alternative titles seemed not altogether beside the point, since the title as it stands does the book less than justice in more ways than one, both obscuring the argument's essential cohesiveness and suggesting a more general interest than this text bears out in stylistic decorum as well as in Spenser as imitator
In fact, clumps of California meadow sedge (Carex pansa) will remind you a lot of Mondo grass, that sea-green mainstay of the shade garden, which is also a grass imitator
, belonging in truth to the lily family.
The disease, often referred to as "The Great Imitator
,' is commonly misdiagnosed as fibrositis, skin photosensitivity and even psychosomatic illness.
They even got that incorrigible Jack Nicholson imitator
, Christian Slater, to play the tarnished wise-guy hero who proves far less savvy than he thinks he is.
But Peyroux (pronounced like the country Peru) is no imitator
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