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" To be given up to a strange man; to be engrafted into a strange family; to give up her very name, as a mark of her becoming his absolute and dependent property... "
Clarissa, or, The history of a young lady, by the editor of Pamela. Richardson - Pagina 193
door Samuel Richardson - 1768
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Clarissa: Or, the History of a Young Lady. Comprehending the Most Important ...

Samuel Richardson - 1784 - 1308 pagina’s
...ache, with the bèft pro• fpcils, when Ihe thinks feriouuy of ' it! — To be given up to a dränge man; ' to be engrafted into a ftrange family; ' to...up her very name, as a mark ' of her becoming his ab fol u te and de« pendent property; to be obliged to • prefer this ftrange man to father, mo•...
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The Novelist's Magazine, Volume 14

1784
...thinks ferioufly of * it! — To befiven up toa dränge man j ^ to be engrafted into a ftrange family; f to give up her very name, as a mark '* of her becoming his abfolute and de' pendent propcity; to be obliged to 4 prefer this dränge mar. to father, mo4 ther — to every-body:—...
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The Works of Samuel Richardson: The history of Clarissa Harlowe

Samuel Richardson - 1883
...when she thinks seriously of it ! — To be given up to a strange man; to be engrafted into a strange family; to give up her very name, as a mark of her becoming his absolute and dependent property ; to be obliged to prefer this strange man to father, mother — to...
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Clarissa: Or, The History of a Young Lady Comprehending the Most ..., Volume 1

Samuel Richardson - 1862
...when she thinks seriously of it! — To be given up to a strange man ; to be engrafted into a strange family ; to give up her very name, as a mark of her becoming his absolute and dependent property; to be obliged to prefer this strange man to father,mother — to everybody:...
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The history of Clarissa Harlowe

Samuel Richardson - 1883
...me ? she thinks seriously of it! — To be given up to a strange man; to be engrafted into a strange family; to give up her very name, as a mark of her becoming his absolute and dependent property; to be obliged to prefer this strange man to father, mother — to...
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Works of Samuel Richardson: The history of Clarissa Harlowe

Samuel Richardson - 1883
...when she thinks seriously of it ! — To be given up to a strange man ; to be engrafted into a strange family; to give up her very name, as a mark of her becoming his absolute and dependent property; to be obliged to prefer this strange man to father, mother — to...
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The Novels of Samuel Richardson: The history of Clarissa Harlowe

Samuel Richardson - 1902
...when she thinks seriously of it!—To be given up to a strange man; to be engrafted into a strange family; to give up her very name, as a mark of her becoming his absolute and dependent property; to be obliged to prefer this strange man to father, mother—to everybody:—and...
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THE NOVELS OF MR. SAMUEL RICHARDSON

1902
...when she thinks seriously of it!—To be given up to a strange man; to be engrafted into a strange family; to give up her very name, as a mark of her becoming his absolute and dependent property; to be obliged to prefer this strange man to father, mother—to everybody:—and...
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The Novels, Volume 1;Volume 5

Samuel Richardson - 1902
...when she thinks seriously of it ! — To be given up to a strange man ; to be engrafted into a strange family ; to give up her very name, as a mark of her becoming his absolute and dependent property ; to be obliged to prefer this strange man to rather, mother — to...
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The Proper Lady and the Woman Writer: Ideology as Style in the Works of Mary ...

Mary Poovey - 1985 - 287 pagina’s
...acquiescence could be disastrously high: To be given up to a strange man; to be ingrafted into a strange family; to give up her very name, as a mark of her becoming his absolute and dependent property; to be obliged to prefer this strange man, to father, mother — to...
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