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" I cannot think but that the instruction and moral are much finer, where a man who is virtuous in the main of his character falls into distress, and sinks under the blows of fortune at the end of a tragedy, than when he is represented as happy and triumphant. "
Clarissa, or, The history of a young lady, by the editor of Pamela. Richardson - Pagina 260
door Samuel Richardson - 1768
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The Spectator, Volume 7

1718
...regard to 4 any Miferies that may befal him. For this reafon I ' cannot think, but that the Inftruttion and Moral are ' much finer, where a Man who is virtuous...Blows of Fortune at the end of a Tragedy, than when 1 he is reprefented as Happy and Triumphant. Such an ' Example corrects the I nfolence of Human Nature,...
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The Spectator: ...

1737
...the Inftruflion and Moral are much finer, where a Man who is virtuous in the main of his Charafter falls into Diftrefs, and finks under the Blows of...reprefented as happy and triumphant. Such an Example correfts the Infolence of human Nature, foftens the Mind of the Beholder with Sentiments of Pity and...
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The Spectator, Volume 7

1753
...regard to any Miferies that may befal him. For this reafon I cannot think, but that the Inftruaion and Moral are much finer, where a Man who is virtuous...reprefented as Happy and Triumphant. Such an Example corre&s the Infolence of Human Nature, foftens the Mind of the BehoMer with Sentiments of Pity and...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 5

1786
...in reard to any mileries that may befal him. 'or this reifem I cannot think, but that the inftrucUon and moral are much finer, where a man who is virtuous...tragedy, than when he is reprefented as happy and tiiumphant. Such an example corrects the infolcnce •f human nature, loftens the mind of th« beholder...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1802
...much finer, where a man who is virtuous in the main of his character falls into distress, and sinks under the blows of fortune at the end of a tragedy, than when he is represented as happy and triumphant. Such an example corrects the insolence of human nature, softens...
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Select British Classics, Volume 17

1803
...much finer, where a man who is virtuous in the main of his character falls into distress, and sinks under the blows of fortune at the end of a tragedy, than when he is represented as happy and triumphant. Such an example corrects the insolence of human nature, softens...
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The British Essayists, Volume 14

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...much finer, where a man who is virtuous in the main of his character falls into distress, and sinka under the blows of fortune at the end of a tragedy, than when he is represented as happy and triumphant. Such an example corrects the insolence of human nature, softens...
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The History of Clarissa Harlowe: In a Series of Letters, Volume 8

Samuel Richardson - 1811
....much finer, where a man who is virtuous in the main * of his character falls into distress, and sinks under the ' blows of fortune, at the end of a tragedy, than when he ' is represented as happy and triumphant. Such an <.x. ' ample corrects the insolence of human nature, softens...
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The British Essayists: Spectator

James Ferguson - 1819
...much finer, where a man who is virtuous in the main of his character falls into distress, and sinks under the blows of fortune at the end of a tragedy, than when he is represented as happy and triumphant. Such an example corrects the insolence of human nature, softens...
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Clarissa; or, The history of a young lady, Volume 8

Samuel Richardson - 1820
...much finer, where a man who is virtuous in the main of his character fells into distress, and sinks under the blows of fortune, at the end of a tragedy, than when he is represented as happy and triumphant. Such an example corrects the insolence of human nature, softens...
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