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" As far as is consistent with human frailty, and as far as she could be perfect, considering the people she had to deal with, and those with whom she was inseparably connected, she is perfect. "
The history of Clarissa Harlowe - Pagina xi
door Samuel Richardson - 1883
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Zeitschrift für Deutschkunde, Volume 18

1904
...„exemplar to her Sex" barftetlen wollte unb üon ber er in ber SSor= rebe ju feinem SRoman fagt: „As far as is consistent with human frailty, and as far as she could be perfect, . . . she is perfect." SSergteiajt man ben 3nb,ait ber „9Wi| ©ara ©ampfon" mit if)ren engiifdjen...
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Gattungsprobleme des Domestic Drama im literarhistorischen Kontext des ...

Doris Feldmann - 1983 - 246 pagina’s
...zeitgenössischen Publikum hinreichend durch andere Gattungen vertraut. had to deal with . . ., she is_ perfect. To have been impeccable, must have left nothing...and carried our idea of her from woman to angel." (S. Richardson, Clarissa; or the History of a Youne Lady, [1748], The Complete Novels of "Samuel RlcViardson,...
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A New Species of Criticism: Eighteenth-century Discourse on the Novel

Joseph F. Bartolomeo - 1994 - 209 pagina’s
...those, because revered characters, whom no one else would acquit, and to those whose much greater fault her errors were owing, and not to a weak or reproachable...whom she was inseparably connected, she is perfect. 63 An admission of faults is cast in language that consciously undermines it. In the same way, in the...
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Jane Austen in Context

Janet Todd - 2005 - 467 pagina’s
...much tenderness Sc sentiment, &, not the least Wit.' She was thinking of many heroines of many novels. As far as she could be perfect, considering the people...whom she was inseparably connected, she is perfect,' wrote Richardson in the preface to the third edition (1751) of Clarissa. His heroine 'is proposed as...
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