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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 Politics of Motherhood: British Writing and Culture, 1680-1760

Toni Bowers - 1996 - 262 pagina’s
...looking for the lost parental relation. She asks Mrs. Lovick to hold her in her illness "saying, She had been a Mother to her, and she would delight herself in thinking she was in her Mamma's arms" (Clarissa, 7: 412 [1351]). As Belford observes after the rape, Never having been, till very lately,...
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Clarissa: History of a Young Lady: Easyread Large Edition

Samuel Richardson - 2006 - 676 pagina’s
...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...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...
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