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n.1.Same as Æneid.
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representations, the interpretation of history embodied in the Eneid,
The reviewer at the Theatrical Inquisitor extended the pantheon still further: "It is one of the most stupendous works of human genius, and fitted to rank with the Iliad of Homer, the Eneid of Virgil, or the Macbeth of Shakespeare" (April 1817).
The third in this trilogy of scenes, a story of aesthetic discord which Burke tries to construe as an example of the "parity" of taste, compares the man who "is charmed with Bellianis, and reads Virgil coldly," to another who "is transported with the Eneid, and leaves Don Bellianis to children" (20-21).