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" I did not know what to say first — and thought, and grief, and confusion, and (0 my poor head !) I cannot tell what — and thought, and grief, and confusion, came crowding so thick upon me ; one would be first, another would be first, all would be... "
Clarissa: A Novel - Pagina 182
door Samuel Richardson - 1868
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Clarissa, or, The history of a young lady, by the editor of Pamela ..., Volume 5

Samuel Richardson - 1768
...heart was full — I did not know what to fay firft — And thought, and grief, and confuuon, and (O my poor head !) I cannot tell what — And thought, and grief, and confufion, came crowding fo thick upon me; one would be. firft, another would be firft, all would be...
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The History of Clarissa Harlowe: In a Series of Letters, Volume 5

Samuel Richardson - 1811
...deal—my heart was full—I did not know what to say first—and thought, and grief, and confusion, and (O my poor head) I cannot tell what —and thought, and grief and confusion, came crowding io thick upon me ; one would be first; another would be first; all would be first; so 1 can write nothing...
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The Works of Samuel Richardson

The Rev. Edward Mangin, M.A. - 1811
...deal—my heart was full—I did not know what to say first—and thought, and grief, and confusion, and (O my poor head) I cannot tell what —and thought, and grief and confusion, came crowding Ťo thick upon me ; one would be first; another would be first; all would be first; so I can write...
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The Novels of Samuel Richardson, Esq. Viz. Pamela, Clarissa ..., Volume 2

Samuel Richardson - 1824
...heart was full — I did not know what to say first — and thought, and grief, and confusion, and (O my poor head) I cannot tell what — and thought,...upon me ; one would be first ; another would be first ; ail would be first ; so I can write nothing at all. Only that, whatever they have done to me, I cannot...
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Clarissa, ed. by E.S. Dallas, Volume 2

Samuel Richardson - 1868
...before you were. How good you have always been to me, mine own dear Anna Howe ! — But how I ramble ! and confusion, and (0 my poor head !) I cannot tell...and thought, and grief, and confusion, came crowding BO thick upon me ; one would be first, another would be first, all would be first ; so I can write...
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The works of Samuel Richardson, with a prefatory chapter of biogr ..., Volume 7

Samuel Richardson - 1883
...say first—and thought, and grief, and confusion, and (oh, my poor head) I cannot tell what—and thought, and grief, and confusion, came crowding so...first; all would be first; so I can write nothing at all.—Only that, whatever they have done to me, I cannot tell; but I am no longer what I was—in...
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Richardson's 'Clarissa' and the Eighteenth-Century Reader

Tom Keymer - 2004 - 270 pagina’s
...My heart was full - I did not know what to say first - And thought, and grief, and confusion, and (O my poor head!) I cannot tell what - And thought, and grief, and confusion, came crouding so thick upon me; one would be first, another would be first, all would be first; so I can...
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Clarissa: Or, the History of a Young Lady

Samuel Richardson - 2006 - 436 pagina’s
...my heart was full - I did not know what to say first - and thought, and grief, and confusion, and (O my poor head) I cannot tell what - and thought, and...done to me, I cannot tell; but I am no longer what I was-in any one thing did I say? Yes, but I am; for I am still, and I ever will be, Your truePlague...
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Fictive Domains: Body, Landscape, and Nostalgia, 1717-1770

Judith Broome - 2007 - 191 pagina’s
...effects a disruption of her textual production: the "mad" letters, so full of words, yet empty of memory. "And thought, and grief, and confusion came crowding so thick upon me," Clarissa writes to Anna, ". . . so I can write nothing at all — only that, whatever they have done...
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