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" It requires a reader to be in some degree acquainted with the huge folios of inanity, over which our ancestors yawned themselves to sleep, ere he can estimate the delight they must have experienced from this unexpected return to truth and nature. "
Clarissa, ed. by E.S. Dallas - Pagina xlvi
door Samuel Richardson - 1868
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First Steps in English Literature

Arthur Gilman - 1870 - 233 pagina’s
...descriptions which, in our age, would cause them to be scarcely read at all. Sir Walter Scott says, " It requires a reader to be in some degree acquainted...estimate the delight they must have experienced from this unexpected return to truth and nature." Richardson's novels are pictures of the heart, minute and truthful,...
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The American Bibliopolist, Volume 3

1871
...lay their power and the reason for their popularity. Sir Walter Scott says, in speaking of them *' It requires a reader to be in some degree acquainted...estimate the delight they must have experienced from this unexpected return to truth and nature." ROGERS, 8. Poems and Italy, with excellent impressions of the...
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The American Bibliopolist, Volume 3

1871
...Scott says, in speaking of them ** It requires a reader to be in some degree acquainted with the huee folios of inanity over which our ancestors yawned...estimate the delight they must have experienced from this unexpected return to truth and nature." ROGERS, 8. Poems and Italy, with excellent impressions of the...
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First Steps in English Literature

Arthur Gilman - 1870
...descriptions which, in our age, would cause them to be scarcely read at all. Sir Walter Scott says, " It requires a reader to be in some degree acquainted...estimate the delight they must have experienced from this unexpected return to truth and nature. 5 ' Richardson's novels are pictures of the heart, minute and...
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English Language and Literary Criticism: English prose

James Baldwin - 1883
...and the demand for the work was still undiminished. " It requires a reader," says Sir Walter Scott, " to be in some degree acquainted with the huge folios...estimate the delight they must have experienced from this unexpected return to truth and nature." Pamela is the story of a poor country girl in the service of...
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Landmarks of English Literature

Henry James Nicoll - 1886 - 460 pagina’s
...of quite a different character from any that had hitherto been published. "It requires," says Scott, "a reader to be in some degree acquainted with the...estimate the delight they must have experienced from the unexpected return to truth and nature." A spurious continuation of "Pamela" led Richardson to add...
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1730-1784

Charles Wells Moulton - 1910
...Richardson's eternal praise, did he merit no more, that he tore from his personages those painted vizors, which concealed, under a clumsy and affected disguise,...estimate the delight they must have experienced from this unexpected return to truth and nature. — SCOTT, SIR WALTER, 1821, Samuel Richardson. I do not remember...
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