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" One faded cheek rested upon the good woman's bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread it with a faint, but charming flush; the other paler and hollow as if already iced over by death. Her hands, white as the lily, with her meandering veins more... "
Clarissa, ed. by E.S. Dallas - Pagina 262
door Samuel Richardson - 1868
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The history of Clarissa Harlowe

Samuel Richardson - 1883
...it, as it were ; for it seems the lady had bid her do so, saying, she had been a mother to 'the.and she would delight herself in thinking she was in her...; perhaps, she said, for the last time she should be so. One faded cheek rested upon the good woman's bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread...
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Works of Samuel Richardson: The history of Clarissa Harlowe

Samuel Richardson - 1883
...in her mamma's arms ; for she found herself drowsy ; perhaps, she said, for the last time she should be so. One faded cheek rested upon the good woman's...bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread it with a faint, but charming flush ; the other paler and hollow, as if already iced over by death. Her...
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Works of Samuel Richardson: Pamela; or Virtue rewarded

Samuel Richardson - 1883
...cry (if many novels have not exhausted all our powers of weeping) when we come to the final scene. ' One faded cheek rested upon the good woman's bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread it with a faint but charming flush ; the other paler and hollow, as if already iced over by death. Her...
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Pamela; or, Virtue rewarded

Samuel Richardson - 1883
...cry (if many novels have not exhausted all our powers of weeping) when we come to the final scene. ' One faded cheek rested upon the good woman's bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread it with a faint but charming flush ; the other paler and hollow, as if already iced over by death. Her...
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The Novels, Volume 12

Samuel Richardson - 1902
...round her neck, supporting it, as it were ; for, it seems, the lady had bid her do so, saying, she had been a mother to her, and she would delight herself...; perhaps, she said, for the last time she should be so. One faded cheek rested upon the good woman's bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread...
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THE NOVELS OF MR. SAMUEL RICHARDSON

CLARISSA HARLOWE - 1902
...arm round her neck, supporting it, as it were; for it seems the lady had bid her do so, saying, she had been a mother to her, and she would delight herself...found herself drowsy; perhaps, she said, for the last /""tune she should be so. One faded cheek rested upon the good \ woman's bosom, the kindly warmth of...
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Samuel Richardson. [Selections] by S. Kaye-Smith

Samuel Richardson - 1911
...with her left arm round her neck, supporting her, for it seems the lady had bid her do so, saying she had been a mother to her, and she would delight herself...bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread it with a faint but charming flush ! the other paler and hollow, as if already iced over by death. Her...
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The English Novel Before the Nineteenth Century: Excerpts from ...

Annette Brown Hopkins - 1915 - 794 pagina’s
...round her neck, supporting it, as it were ; for, it seems, the lady had bid her do so, saying, She had been a mother to her, and she would delight herself...bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread it with a faint, but charming flush ; the other paler, and hollow, as if already iced over by death. Her...
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Samuel Richardson

Jocelyn Harris, Jocelyn M.. Harris - 1987 - 179 pagina’s
...friends to stay away lest they make her want to live (1276-7). Morden sees Clarissa just before she dies: One faded cheek rested upon the good woman's bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread it with a faint, but charming flush; the other paler, and hollow, as if already iced over by death. Her...
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Telling Tales: The Hysteric's Seduction in Fiction and Theory

Katherine Cummings - 1991 - 298 pagina’s
...We beheld the lady in a charming attitude. Dressed, as I told you before, in her virgin white. . . . One faded cheek rested upon the good woman's bosom, the kindly warmth of which had overspread it with a faint, but charming flush. (4.113.332) For Belford, the scene is particularly "affecting." While...
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